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Michelle Geiszler

Michelle Geiszler

Abby Tutor, Staff Writer
May 30, 2016
Filed under Our Stories

Home school to Sequoia High School to Cascade High School and now finally to EvCC, Michelle Geiszler is graduating with honors at 18 years old. Geiszler enrolled at EvCC as a Running Start student, “I’ll be graduating from Cascade High School after I get my AA,” she said. Geiszler said ...

EvCC’s Student Nursing Organization Volunteers Abroad

EvCC’s Student Nursing Organization Volunteers Abroad

Amy Hamilton, Staff Writer
May 30, 2016
Filed under Our Stories

EvCC Nursing student Robin Cully remembers the exact words he spoke last year as he examined fifty families a day in the more impoverished regions of the Dominican Republic: “What brings you here today? Como Estas?” Some ailments are easy to treat with over the counter medications. Fev...

Son of a Survivor

Son of a Survivor

Emma Kilgore, Staff Writer
May 5, 2016
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No. 325. That was what Herbert Friedman wore around his neck aboard the Kindertransport, one of the ten trains that transported about 10,000 Jewish children to the United Kingdom. Ron Friedman, son of Herbert Friedman, spoke at the second Holocaust Survivor Forum on April 27, presented by the Huma...

Executive Vice President of Instruction Resigns

Executive Vice President of Instruction Resigns

Emma Kilgore, Staff Writer
May 5, 2016
Filed under Our Stories

Alison Stevens, the executive vice president of instruction and student services at EvCC is resigning. Stevens supervises all faculty, staff and administrators. “In my words, I’m responsible for assuring continuous improvement for the student experience,” Stevens said. The system works...

How They Got Here

How They Got Here

Abby Tutor, Staff Writer
April 25, 2016
Filed under Our Stories, The Scoop

You only see them for an hour a day in the classroom, but there is so much more to your teacher than what you learn in that time. If you’re a student, you might be so caught up with the assigned homework and studying that you have no idea who your teacher actually is. EvCC offers about 115 d...

Holocaust Survivor Visiting EvCC

Cassylee Mead, Managing Editor-Digital
April 19, 2016
Filed under Our Stories

  As the second installment in the Holocaust Survivor Forums, Ron Friedman will be speaking at EvCC. Ron Friedman is the son of Herbert Friedman whom was one of 10,000 children who escaped Vienna via the first kindertransport train after Austria was invaded 1938. This event is a part of humanities...

Slam Poet Hits Campus

Slam Poet Hits Campus

Emma Kilgore, Staff Writer
April 18, 2016
Filed under Our Stories, The Scoop

Neil Hilborn stepped up to the microphone, breathed in and said, “the first time I saw her, everything in my head went quiet.” On April 6, EvCC hosted The Spoken Word featuring poet Hilborn. His opening lines were from “OCD”, the most popular slam poem on YouTube at 11 million views. Since ...

The Artistic Community: EvCC Students Share their Love for the Arts

The Artistic Community: EvCC Students Share their Love for the Arts

Alexis Jones
March 7, 2016
Filed under Our Stories

EvCC has an extensive art program and the artistic community on campus continues to grow. The students involved in the arts on campus are involved for many different reasons; some want to be able to open up their own art studio, while others find it great stress reliever. EvCC offers so many opportunities...

Now Showing at Russell Day Gallery: Paul Vexler

Now Showing at Russell Day Gallery: Paul Vexler

Mikayla Grill, Staff Writer
March 3, 2016
Filed under Our Stories

In a room filled with giant wood sculptures and art swinging from the ceiling, students find themselves in awe of the larger than life art pieces created by artist Paul Vexler. Vexler uses wood to make suspended sculptures for certain sites, and gallery shows or collections. His art is currently on...

Stachio Glowaski: Whitehorse’s Favorite Barista

Stachio Glowaski: Whitehorse’s Favorite Barista

Abby Tutor, Staff Writer
February 29, 2016
Filed under Our Stories

You walk down to the first floor of Whitehorse Hall, turn the corner and hear some mellow music playing. You will likely be greeted by the barista at the Bargreen’s coffee stand with something like, “Hi my friend, what can I get for you today?”. That barista is none other than Stachio Glowaski,...

From Childhood Dreams to College Majors

Emma Kilgore, Staff Writer
February 29, 2016
Filed under Our Stories

Ever had a childhood dream? It didn’t have to be specific or realistic. Some kids want to be a superhero or police officer. Others, a trampoline maker or a doctor. Others just want to be make people happy. So think back to what you wanted to be growing up. Do you have it in mind? Good. What are...

PROPELS: Peers Mentoring Each Other

Monica Aguilera, Managing Editor of Print
February 25, 2016
Filed under Our Stories

PROPELS stands for “peers reaching out promoting educational learning success,” yes that is definitely a mouthful, but what does this really mean? Fellow students volunteer to help out incoming students, no matter what background anyone comes from. PROPELS recognizes that EvCC has a wide range...

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