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Students Work Spreading DUI Awareness

Samantha Chapman, Editor-In-Chief
March 7, 2016
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A group of EvCC students enrolled in CMST 230, or Small Group Communications class taught by Jo-Ann Sickles, has created a video that they would like to share with the public. Their project is called SADUI or Students Against DUIs. They plan on “spreading awareness of DUIs to young teens in the community...

1st Annual Mentoring Conference Coming to EvCC

Diana Pinon, Staff Writer
March 7, 2016
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The 1st annual Mentoring Conference is arriving to EvCC in April. According to Alanna Yang, Associate Faculty, Transitional Studies twelve teachers, staff, and administrators attended a mentoring conference in New Mexico in October. This is what inspired them to create a conference to bring those skills...

Winter Quarter Survival Guide

Winter Quarter Survival Guide

Michelle Hecker, Staff Writer
March 7, 2016
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Dark mornings, cold weather and constant deadlines with a distant light at the end of the tunnel makes EvCC students wonder, “Will winter quarter ever be over?” Students seem to be losing steam and fast on campus, no matter their major of study. Students are expressing their lack of sleep and...

Manufacturing the Future: AMTEC Job Fair

Manufacturing the Future: AMTEC Job Fair

Emma Kilgore, Staff Writer
March 7, 2016
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Planes, trains and automobiles. What do they have in common? They were made by manufacturers. EvCC’s Advanced Manufacturing Training and Education Center (AMTEC) opened October 2014. The center offers stackable certifications that build towards obtaining jobs in the manufacturing industry. AMTEC...

Public Hearing

February 25, 2016
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Sen. Cantwell Visits EvCC to Discuss College Affordability

Sen. Cantwell Visits EvCC to Discuss College Affordability

Nathan Thomas, Staff Writer
February 25, 2016
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Sen. Maria Cantwell had a round table Q&A with students in Grey Wolf Hall this past Friday, Feb.  19.  STEM students and ASB members from EvCC and the WSU North Puget Sound shared how tuition costs and a “complicated” federal aid system have caused set backs in their education.   One...

Your Corner of EvCC: Finding Your Perfect Study Place

Your Corner of EvCC: Finding Your Perfect Study Place

Alexis Jones, Staff Writer
February 22, 2016
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Finals will be here before you know it. It’s time to get your study on.   Finding the perfect study place is key to having a successful study session. Many EvCC students have their favorite study place on campus, do you have yours?   Everyone is different when it comes to finding...

How is Class Scheduling Determined?

How is Class Scheduling Determined?

Miles Jones, Staff Writer
February 22, 2016
Filed under Showcase, The Scoop

The weather is slowly beginning to improve, and most students have just made it through their midterms. Spring quarter is creeping up and for students that aren’t graduating, it’s almost time to sign up for next quarter’s classes. As many might notice when signing up for classes, the majority...

New Student Housing at EvCC Update

New Student Housing at EvCC Update

Mikayla Grill, Staff Writer
February 18, 2016
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EvCC is now taking applications for students to live in the new student housing building that will be opening in fall of 2016. Due to the outstanding number of students who had applied to student housing in the past and the low amount of spaces available, EvCC is providing more student housing to...

How To Become ASB President

How To Become ASB President

Diana Pinon, Staff Writer
January 25, 2016
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ASB President In order to apply for ASB President, the candidate must meet certain criteria. The applicant has to be enrolled in a minimum of ten credits, and have a GPA of 2.5  minimum either quarterly or cumulatively. He/she needs to maintain that GPA while holding the position, he/she will have to work ...

What’s Everyone Wearing: The New Age of Runners

What’s Everyone Wearing: The New Age of Runners

Andrew Hines, Staff Writer
January 25, 2016
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  From dress shoes to Jordan’s, runners are the must have sneaker for the foreseeable future. For those of you who may not know, runners are essentially running shoes with a lifestyle twist. Since the birth of the Nike Roshe Run, the appeal of a sleeker, lighter, and more comfortable sneaker has only grown. Besides Nike developing multiple runner mode...

Student on the Street: A Short Report on Campus Traffic Etiquette

Student on the Street: A Short Report on Campus Traffic Etiquette

Nathan Thomas, Staff Writer
December 1, 2015
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An estimated 20,000 students and upwards of 400 faculty members make their way through EvCC campus each year. Most of these people drive cars, poorly... Let’s say that 70% of the 20,400 people who spend time on campus, drive here in a Prius (an average weighing car). A 2012 Toyota Prius weighs...

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