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Insta-Famous

Insta-Famous

Rachel Seitz, Staff Writer
November 2, 2015
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“I work at Taco Time Northwest; I roll burritos for a living.” But there is way more to Amelia Asprey then just rolling burritos. Born in Spokane, Washington, Asprey quickly fell in love with the mountains of this state.  Now as a hobby, she captures the beauty in pictures. But before she landed...

Remembering MPHS: One Year Later

Remembering MPHS: One Year Later

Ricky Hester, Staff Writer
October 15, 2015
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What happened on the morning of October 24th, 2014 was a terrible tragedy, and makes everyone think of the four victims who lost their lives on that horrible day, along with the numerous people at Marysville Pilchuck whose lives had been changed forever. Not only did that day affect the Marysville...

Diversity and Equity Center Welcomes Omar Marquez

Diversity and Equity Center Welcomes Omar Marquez

Diana Pinon, Staff Writer
October 12, 2015
Filed under Identity, Our Stories

Everett Community College welcomes new Diversity and Equity Center Program Manager, Omar Marquez. Marquez has been working on campus since the beginning of September, and has been to adapting to the Trojan life since. Marquez's family lured him into moving to this area about a year ago. While looking...

High School to College; A New Beginning

Sergio Huacuja, Staff Writer
October 12, 2015
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The month of June is an exciting time for high school seniors, walking across stage, receiving their diploma feeling accomplished they have completed their four years of high school and excited to move on to the college life. College can be a very scary environment for new students, often others feel...

EvCC Nursing Students Go Global: Nursing Students Volunteer Giving Medical Aid in the Dominican Republic

EvCC Nursing Students Go Global: Nursing Students Volunteer Giving Medical Aid in the Dominican Republic

Rebecca Boehm, Staff Writer
June 2, 2015
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Two cultures can come together in what nursing faculty Candace Whedon calls an “eye opening experience.” For the past six years, EvCC has sent a team of around 20 nursing students down to the Dominican Republic, partnering with the organization Foundation for Peace to provide medical...

Tattoo Talk: The Stories Behind the Ink

Tattoo Talk: The Stories Behind the Ink

Haylee Mann, Staff Writer
May 12, 2015
Filed under Our Stories, Showcase

reciating art since the dawn of time; it tells a story about the time is was created, the person who created it and, in some cases, the person wearing it. People from all cultures and all parts of the world have been getting tattoos for centuries; some were symbolic, others were marks of status, and...

The social efforts of Jerod Grant get recognized by the NAACP

The social efforts of Jerod Grant get recognized by the NAACP

Taylor Drake, Staff Writer
April 22, 2015
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When a name is called  at an award ceremony, the recipient usually has to pause for 3 or 4 second moment,  because they don't expect it. That was he reaction of Jerod Grant, Director of the Diversity and Equity Center at EvCC, who became co-recipient of the President's Award along with Whittier Elementary...

EvCC Teacher Writing Book about “The Others”

EvCC Teacher Writing Book about “The Others”

Cassy Mead, Staff Writer
April 21, 2015
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Throughout history, numerous groups have had their rights trampled on in America and now, history teacher, Jeffery Gentry, plans to tell you exactly how it happened in his upcoming book entitled “The Others; Marginalized Americans and Their Constitution.” His book is a historical non-fiction about...

6 Majors to 4 Hooves

Cassylee Mead, Staff Writer
April 21, 2015
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Kim McClelland changed her major six times, went to four different schools, including EvCC and never actually received any official degree. Hopefully most of us will find our niche, but as a young adult it can be confusing deciding what to do with the rest of your life. However, it’s important to remember...

EvCC’s School of Cosmetology: A Day at the Spa Ladies Edition

EvCC’s School of Cosmetology: A Day at the Spa Ladies Edition

Brittanie Pervier, Online Editor
November 10, 2014
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“Marysville’s best kept secret,” that’s the way Tina Evans, director of the cosmetology program described it and she was right.  The building is discretely tucked away just to the left of the Marysville Goodwill.  If I hadn’t been told to pull into the Goodwill parking lot I would have missed it complet...

EvCC’s School of Cosmetology: A Day at the Spa Gentlemen’s Edition

EvCC’s School of Cosmetology: A Day at the Spa Gentlemen’s Edition

Taylor Drake, Staff Writer
November 6, 2014
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The smell of hair care products, mixed with the essence of flowers was as wonderful as the skills of the students there. The Clipper went to review EvCC’s School of Cosmetology in Marysville. During the course of my appointment I had a scalp treatment, along with a manicure/pedicure. The closest...

Zack Davission Brings Tales of Japanese Ghosts to EvCC

Zack Davission Brings Tales of Japanese Ghosts to EvCC

Stephanie Davey, Staff Writer
November 5, 2014
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Halloween is in the air, and houses are decorated with ghosts made of white sheets with black eyes. Yūrei, Japanese ghosts, are not like these ghosts of the western world, yūrei are real. On Oct. 29, Zack Davisson came to EvCC to speak about his new book, Yūrei, the Japanese Ghost. “Yūrei have very specifi...

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