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Not Just the Computer Guy: A Profile on Fred Gilbert

Not Just the Computer Guy: A Profile on Fred Gilbert

Alexis Jones, Staff Writer
February 15, 2016
Filed under Our Stories, Showcase

You might know him as, the guy who came in to fix the computer or the guy who you check out equipment from. Fred Gilbert is much more; he is a photographer, a foster parent and an EvCC staff member of 16 years. In his 30’s, Gilbert’s main job was being a stay-at-home dad, with a part time job...

 Mazzawi, A Passionate Math Teacher At EvCC

 Mazzawi, A Passionate Math Teacher At EvCC

Michelle Hecker, Staff Writer
February 11, 2016
Filed under Our Stories

The math department at any school isn’t really known for being the life of the party, let’s be honest, and EvCC is no exception. Thick Arabic accent, warm welcoming personality and the unmistakable ability to push you to do your best are all things Mrs. Mazzawi’s students, present and past,...

“Feel The Bern” At This New Club

“Feel The Bern” At This New Club

Abby Tutor, Staff Writer
February 11, 2016
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With the presidential election coming up in November, the media is buzzing with updates on candidates. You might be thinking, who am I going to vote for? Here at EvCC, there were no political clubs until recently. As of Jan. 28, a new “Students for Bernie” club was formed thanks to Justyce Wr...

Sharper Than the Sword: EvCC’s Writing Club

Sharper Than the Sword: EvCC’s Writing Club

Emma Kilgore, Staff Writer
February 8, 2016
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Frank Dunn, EvCC alumni reads aloud his poem as other students follow on the handouts. “I see an eagle soaring,” he says. “What does this freedom bird think as it is exploring?” He finishes and listens as his peers give their responses. One asks about the true meaning and Dunn replies with...

Shane and Emily Live on Campus

Shane and Emily Live on Campus

Monica Aime Aguilera, Managing Editor of Print
February 4, 2016
Filed under Our Stories

Known for their quirky and fun personalities on stage, Shane Anderson and Emily Grace drove from Tampa, Florida to perform at EvCC. If you look at The Clipper twitter feed (@everettclipper) you’ll find a few short clips of the duo singing on stage, they performed a few cover songs and mash ups that g...

Pacific Pipeline

Pacific Pipeline

Ricky Hester, Sports Editor
February 1, 2016
Filed under Our Stories, Sports

The most typical description of Hawaii to most people, whether it be in the movies or on TV,  is a place where people want to go and relax in the nice warm sun, along with the beautiful sandy beaches, in the warm weather. Crystal clear water for miles with nothing but the sea in front of them. ...

 New Quarter Resolutions:  New Year, New Quarter, New You

 New Quarter Resolutions:    New Year, New Quarter, New You

Michelle Hecker, Staff Writer
January 28, 2016
Filed under Our Stories

New Years resolutions are old news and people aren’t really doing them anymore, or are they? Well, not in the same traditional sense but people do still set goals at the beginning of something new to improve themselves, to do better and ultimately to be more happy. Students at EvCC are looking to...

Break Down Stress by Breaking It Down on the Dance Floor: The EvCC Dance Club

Break Down Stress by Breaking It Down on the Dance Floor: The EvCC Dance Club

Miles Jones, Staff Writer
January 25, 2016
Filed under Our Stories, Showcase

Balancing work and life can get stressful at times, but it’s important to remember to still have fun and not let too much stress build up. Luckily at EvCC, there are many different clubs and events where students can meet new people and have a good time, one of which being the Dance Club. At the EvCC...

Daisy Patton: Multiple Sclerosis Art at Russell Day

Daisy Patton: Multiple Sclerosis Art at Russell Day

Mikayla Grill, Staff Writer
January 25, 2016
Filed under Our Stories

Daisy Patton puts her degenerative disease, Multiple Sclerosis, on display when she turns her brain scans into art she calls “Deterioration” at EvCC. On Jan. 21,  2010, Patton was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). MS is a progressive disease that causes many physical disabilities over time. ...

 SEA Club: Taking Action to Sustain Our Environment

 SEA Club: Taking Action to Sustain Our Environment

Alexis Jones, Staff Writer
January 18, 2016
Filed under Our Stories, Showcase

The Students for Environmental Action club originally began in the 1970’s. It was inspired by the first official Earth Day, according to Laura Wild, one of the club advisors. After a few years the club diminished. But about five years ago, a few students who were interested in saving the environment...

Frank Dauncey: Two-Time Regional Coach of the Year

Frank Dauncey: Two-Time Regional Coach of the Year

Ricky Hester, Staff Writer
December 1, 2015
Filed under Our Stories

It may be hard to meet a more dedicated and genuine coach than EvCC Cross Country Coach Frank Dauncey, who is now a two-time Regional Coach of the Year recipient. The amazing thing about these awards Dauncey has received, is that he is only in his third year of coaching Cross Country at EvCC....

Hayley Statema; EvCC Alumni and WSU Leader

Hayley Statema; EvCC Alumni and WSU Leader

Diana Pinon, Staff Writer
November 30, 2015
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At some point in our EvCC journey, we all ask ourselves ,“what is coming next?”  For Hayley Statema it was no exception. Statema with her two years of Running Start and one more year at EvCC after that, moved on to the WSU Integrated Communications Program through the University Center here in Everett. Statema...

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