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Emerald City Comicon

Emerald City Comicon

Katja Wahl, Managing Editor-Visuals
March 14, 2017
Filed under Our Stories

Nerds, geeks and cosplayers, oh my! During four days in early March, this is all the eye could see in downtown Seattle near the convention center. Why, you ask? The yearly event known as Emerald City Comicon (ECCC) is the reason. Throughout the years, people of all age, race and background have gathe...

Dakota’s Tattoo Journey

Dakota’s Tattoo Journey

Nathan Senff, Staff Writer
March 14, 2017
Filed under Our Stories, Showcase

The Seattle skyline and never-ending horizon of Evergreen trees make for an iconic scene. On Dakota Williams, it’s something more. The 21-year-old EvCC student has tattoos that were thought of back in middle school. Growing up, Williams watched his uncle get several tattoos, inspiring him to ...

Model and Student

Model and Student

Joanne Wu, Staff Writer
March 7, 2017
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When EvCC student, Charlee Pilon, showed up for her high school track meet at 14 years old, she didn’t plan on being recruited by a modeling agency. But a flight to Los Angeles later, Pilon began the modeling career that would lead her to agencies such as Wilhelmina in New York, Photogenics i...

EvCC Students’ Style

EvCC Students’ Style

Joanne Wu, Staff Writer
March 2, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Our Stories

To some, fashion isn’t that important to them. But to others, fashion is a way of expression and an art form. There’s also no right or wrong answer when it comes to fashion. So, with that in mind, I found three fashionable EvCC students 0n campus and asked them the same five questions, to whi...

CRU Club

CRU Club

Michelle Hecker, Staff Writer
February 23, 2017
Filed under Our Stories

Joining a club can be beneficial to making friends, feeling connected and having a constructive place to put your down time. That feeling of belonging can relieve stress and let’s be honest, having club activity on your college resume doesnt look so bad either. Crusaders for Christ – CRU for short -...

Getting to Know Presidents Day at EvCC

Nathan Senff and Michelle Hecker
February 20, 2017
Filed under Our Stories

February has Valentine’s Day, but it also has a political holiday that Americans celebrate by getting a good price or deal on furniture or a day off of school. The holiday is President’s Day. This year it falls on Feb. 20, 2017. As we get closer to the holiday, two staff writers at The Clippe...

Singles Awareness Day

Singles Awareness Day

Natalea Riffle, Staff Writer
February 13, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Our Stories, Showcase

Some of us look forward to the yearly celebration of love and romance with anticipation and giddy. Others groan with displeasure or beat back Cupid with their textbooks. Valentine’s Day is upon us again, but what can be a day of love, joy and romance for a couple may leave singles feeling left out,...

Booming East County Campus in Monroe

Michelle Hecker, Staff Writer
February 3, 2017
Filed under Our Stories

Yes, EvCC does have another location in Monroe that has been there for roughly a decade now. They have three large classrooms, a computer lab, Student Life and a “chill spot” for students to hang and study on the top floor, with the main office on the second floor. Not many “main campus” EvCC students kno...

A New Community for International Students

A New Community for International Students

Toshiki Yanagiya, Staff Writer
January 30, 2017
Filed under Our Stories

Half a year has already passed since Mountain View Hall was built. Recently, the numbers of foreign students are steadily increasing here. In tandem, EvCC has built Mountain View Hall last September and is currently building  Cedar Hall. The dorm has 120 private rooms so students can have t...

“We Got Your Back”

“We Got Your Back”

Janice Hamilton, Staff Writer
November 28, 2016
Filed under Our Stories

Many students don’t know about services that could help them at EvCC. A disability, defined by federal government law, is a sufficient limitation in major life activities. The Center for Disability Services (CDS) is one of the resources available on campus for those with disability in need of ass...

It Could Happen in a Matter of Seconds

It Could Happen in a Matter of Seconds

Laura Vogt, Staff Writer
November 21, 2016
Filed under Our Stories, Showcase

The pain. That’s what hits you first. Like hitting a brick wall at full speed your body goes from in-motion to suddenly stopped. Now notice the dancing lights of the other drivers around you, the lights switching between being fuzzy and focused. Shattered glass speckles the ground within 2...

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