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Like a Good Neighbor…EvCC Hasn’t Been One

Adam Householder, Staff Writer
June 5, 2017
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It’s been an issue that has plagued EvCC students, faculty and employees for decades.  It’s a serious problem, and can be a major obstacle for some.  But the parking debacle isn’t going away anytime soon. Sure, there are some resources and services available to assist and negotiate commoner...

First Nations Club Holds Ceremony for New Indigenous Garden

First Nations Club Holds Ceremony for New Indigenous Garden

Morgan Hoyt and Nataya Foss
June 5, 2017
Filed under Our Stories

Members of the Tulalip tribe joined EvCC’s First Nations Club to celebrate the planting in the new indigenous garden on on May 31. According to Erik Sanchez, a member of the First Nations Club, the garden is “a celebration to earth and an honoring to the land.” The First Nations club held a comm...

This is Not About Politics

This is Not About Politics

Adam Householder, Staff Writer
June 1, 2017
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The appointment of Retired Army General H. R. McMaster to the position of U.S. National Security Advisor was a decision that had been applauded by members spanning the entire political spectrum, and rightfully so.  McMaster has a long, illustrious and honorable military career.  One, by every measure, of impermeable qualificat...

Fashion Through the Years at EvCC

Fashion Through the Years at EvCC

Joanne Wu, Staff Writer
May 17, 2017
Filed under Our Stories, Showcase

Begin with the End in Mind

Begin with the End in Mind

Rilee Louangphakdy, Staff Writer
May 15, 2017
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If you plan on transferring after graduation, then you’re part of the outnumbered crowd at EvCC. “Of new students who come into EvCC seeking a transfer degree, roughly 24% end up transferring to a four-year institution within four years.” This statistic, provided by Sean Gehrke, Director of...

Ideological Diversity Thrives at EvCC Republican Club

Ideological Diversity Thrives at EvCC Republican Club

Nataya Foss, Staff Writer
May 15, 2017
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Americans are more polarized today than any time since the Civil War, and that was 150 years ago. It’s no secret that Seattle and the surrounding area is well-known for its liberal policies and championing the U.S. as far as social- and economic- issues. Forefront examples include Seattle being the first to estab...

A Look Inside this Spring’s Drama Production

A Look Inside this Spring’s Drama Production

Candice Day-Darby, Staff Writer
May 15, 2017
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College students everywhere constantly make excuses everyday about why they didn’t do their assignments or for why they missed class multiple days in a row and little do they know, but they are acting; acting out scenarios that may or may not have happened. Well, Beth Peterson puts together a stude...

Nursing Students Getting Ready for Medical Relief Trip

Nursing Students Getting Ready for Medical Relief Trip

Candice Day-Darby and Nataya Foss
May 15, 2017
Filed under Our Stories, Uncategorized

Every year, a group of 22 EvCC nursing students and three nursing instructors venture to the Dominican Republic to provide medical relief for local communities. The nursing students spend a week inside a church where they provide vitamins, medicine and comfort to the local civilians who need medical...

Retail Horror Stories

Retail Horror Stories

Joanne Wu, Staff Writer
May 9, 2017
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We’ve all been there. Either you’ve had to deal with an angry mom or you were the angry mom, and it’s no fun either way. But regardless of whether you’re a former retail worker, current retail worker or just a shopper of retail stores, here are a few horrific retail stories from some EvCC...

Chloe Downs, EvCC Student and Cancer Survivor

Chloe Downs, EvCC Student and Cancer Survivor

Emilee Kyle, Staff Writer
May 8, 2017
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  Three days before her high school graduation, Chloe Downs was diagnosed with stage four cancer. Downs had already completed two years of college at EvCC and was ready for her future. However, her big plans had to be put on hold.   After realizing her high school courses weren’t c...

An Insider’s Look at the Servers Behind Your Lunch

An Insider’s Look at the Servers Behind Your Lunch

Rilee Louangphakdy, Staff Writer
April 24, 2017
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'The Snohomish Bakery is the food service provider that cooks, sells, and serves food to EvCC students in the Parks Student Union building. Among the staff, a few of the workers are fellow EvCC students; they spend their time on campus attending classes or working in the bakery. Juno Valencia has worked...

Spring On Campus

Spring On Campus

Emilee Kyle, Staff Writer
April 24, 2017
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It's been a rough and long winter for Washingtonians. EvCC students have seen a mix of rain, hail, snow, thunder, and just about everything, sometimes even all in one day. At EvCC, the walk from the parking lot to class can seem like an eternity when it's pouring rain or freezing cold. Some days it feels...

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