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The Religious Advocates Outside Gray Wolf Hall

Nataya Foss, Staff Writer
June 5, 2017
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You may have wondered who the people are that stand out front of Gray Wolf Hall with their wheeling carts full of infographics and pamphlets. At least one of the groups that occupies that space on Thursdays are Jehovah’s Witnesses. Sidney Sivik, a volunteer for her church, said on other days of the week volunteers...

Man On Meth with Bamboo Pole Breaks PSU Door

Man On Meth with Bamboo Pole Breaks PSU Door

Rilee Louangphakdy, Staff Writer
June 5, 2017
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A man on methamphetamines was arrested after breaking a Parks Student Union door on May 9. Around 4:20 pm, campus security received reports of a suspicious man carrying around a large bamboo pole of about six feet long. When the security officer arrived at Cedar Hall and tried to make contac...

New On-Campus Housing Opening Fall 2017

New On-Campus Housing Opening Fall 2017

Nataya Foss, Staff Writer
June 5, 2017
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After the success of Mountain View Hall, there’s now more student housing, and this time there’s more variety. Cedar Hall, the new student housing on campus, has been in the works for several years now. It is being developed and owned by two private developers. One of the key differences between...

EvCC Graduation to be Held in Walt Price Student Fitness Center

Emilee Kyle, Staff Writer
June 5, 2017
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EvCC’s graduation is coming up on June 16 in the EvCC Walt Price Student Fitness Center at 7 p.m. You can also watch from the comfort of your own home on an online livestream at: livestream.com/evcc/2017Graduation starting at 6:30 p.m. on June 16. The Jackson Center will also be a viewing center for gu...

Calling All Artists

Calling All Artists

Morgan Hoyt, Features Editor
May 31, 2017
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EvCC will showcase students’ artistic talents in the bi-annual student art sale. The event, held in the Whitehorse Hall Critique Space on June 8, is open to all. The sale runs from 10 a.m to 6 p.m. Artwork for sale includes ceramics, paintings, sculpture, photography and more. 10% of the pr...

Index Hall Gravel Parking Lot to be Converted to Green Space

Nataya Foss, Staff Writer
May 17, 2017
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The gravel parking lot in front of Index Hall will cease to exist after June 19, when the area will be converted to green space. The parking lot was constructed as temporary parking as part of the WSU building construction project in order to provide spaces while property was acquired and permanent p...

A Peak at Vibrations Magazine

Morgan Hoyt, Features Editor
May 15, 2017
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Every year since 1963, EvCC has showcased students’ creativity in Vibrations Magazine. The publication features graphic design, creative writing, fine arts, photography, theater and music. Glory Tshokama is the editor of the student-run publication. “My goal is to inspire creators by connecting...

Yesterday’s News-May

Yesterday’s News-May

Emma Kilgore, Managing Editor-Print
May 15, 2017
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In Our Neck of the Woods   What: Small plane crash-lands When: May 2 Where: Mukilteo Source: MyNorthwest.com Despite crashing at Harbour Point Boulevard Southwest and Mukilteo Speedway, there were no injuries and State Route 525 was re-opened after 90 minutes. Snohomish County PUD r...

This Per-Credit Fee Promises EvCC Students A More Eco-Friendly Campus

Annie Loomis, Staff Writer
May 15, 2017
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From solar panels to student-run gardens, EvCC places a high level of importance on sustainability and green-friendly projects. Being the recipients of three LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) awards for several buildings across campus, EvCC advocates for sustainability are looking for future ways to...

A Sense of Injustice: Holocaust Forum

A Sense of Injustice: Holocaust Forum

Morgan Hoyt, Features Editor
May 11, 2017
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  As many as six million Jewish people were murdered during the Holocaust. However, some survived with the aid of people like Ingrid Steppic-Kanis and her family. They sheltered 38 Jewish people in hiding. On April 26, Steppic-Kanis came to EvCC to tell her family’s story. The Kanis family moved...

Fast Fashion: What’s It Really Doing to You?

Fast Fashion: What’s It Really Doing to You?

Joanne Wu, Staff Writer
May 1, 2017
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Everyone likes a bargain. Especially when you’re a college student in debt. But what’s the price you truly have to pay when you’re constantly buying low costing, poor quality clothing items in quantities each week? Sure, that top was only $10. But so was that other top, and that $15 swea...

Spring Quarter Blood Drive

Austin Treherne, Staff Writer
April 27, 2017
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Spring Quarter Blood Drive is being held at Bill deller Plaza on Wednesday, April 26 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Sign-ups for the blood drive are online and can be located using this link: https://goo.gl/vOHpFX. There will also be signup sheets in front of PSU 209 on Thursday, April 20 and Tuesday A...

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