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Yellow Ribbon Ceremony: Check Out How EvCC Honors Veterans

Yellow Ribbon Ceremony: Check Out How EvCC Honors Veterans

Michael Rhodes, Visual Editor
November 30, 2015
Filed under Showcase, The Scoop

Veterans, students and faculty alike gathered around on a regular Northwest Nov. 10th day; rainy and overcast with yellow ribbons in tow. The ribbons are adorned names of Veterans, past and present from military conflicts ranging from WWII all the way up to Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freed...

Where are you Going? Transfer Tips for the Community College Student

Where are you Going? Transfer Tips for the Community College Student

Sungjin Yun, Staff Writer
November 19, 2015
Filed under The Scoop

On Nov. 4, 2015, from 2-4 p.m., a university fair was held at Jackson Center and Gray Wolf Hall in order to provide opportunities for students who are considering to transfer to a 4-year university to talk to admissions representatives from more than 80 schools. The representatives had come all the way...

Jet City Comic Show 2015

Katja Wahl, Staff Writer
November 10, 2015
Filed under The Scoop, Video

The annual Jet City Comic Show was help Oct. 31– Nov. 1 at the Tacoma Convention Center. Cosplayers, artists, nerds and geeks from around the state gathered for this two day long back-to-the-basics event to celebrate geek culture and it’s roots.

Preparing for the Unpredictable; EvCC Holds Active Intruder Training after Recent College Campus Scares

Ricky Hester, Staff Writer
November 4, 2015
Filed under The Scoop

Safety at schools is a major concern for students, faculty, and parents. So the lockdown procedures, along with the effectiveness in which these procedures work is very important. Especially considering that EvCC just went into lockdown on Oct. 15, 2015. There were plenty of good things that happened...

EvCC Alum Hosts Punk Show

EvCC Alum Hosts Punk Show

Katja Wahl, Staff Writer
November 4, 2015
Filed under The Scoop

Punk bands and church owned coffee houses, a perfect pairing. On Sept. 24 local radio station KSER and the Stereo Wire, hosted by Henry Yarsinske Jr., previously The Clipper Editor-in-Chief in 2013-14,  held an indie punk show. Four local bands, spanning from Marysville to Seattle, played from 6-1...

New Student Housing: Breaking Ground

Sergio Huacuja, Staff Writer
November 4, 2015
Filed under The Scoop

  In the fall of 2016, an $11 million dormitory will be a choice of housing for EvCC students. EvCC has partnered up with Kōz Development of Snohomish County to build new student dorms right across from the school, behind the new Starbucks on the corner of Broadway. Kōz Development,will...

EvCC Prepares for the Unpredictable

Ricky Hester, Staff Writer
November 3, 2015
Filed under The Scoop

Safety at schools is a major concern for students, faculty, and parents. So the lockdown procedures, along with the effectiveness in which these procedures work is very important. Especially considering that EvCC just went into lockdown on Oct. 15, 2015. There were plenty of good things that happened...

EvCC’s Pumpkin Carving Contest and Origins of Jack-O-Lanterns

EvCC’s Pumpkin Carving Contest and Origins of Jack-O-Lanterns

Sungjin Yun, Staff Writer
November 2, 2015
Filed under The Scoop

In the fall spirit and with Halloween so recent, EvCC's International Club hosted a Pumpkin Carving Contest. This contest was held on Oct. 28, 2015 and the winners received a Starbucks gift card as a prize. Costumes were not mandatory to enter and admission was free if students brought food to share...

eLearning; Where Your Online Classes Come From

eLearning; Where Your Online Classes Come From

Diana Pinon, Staff Writer
November 2, 2015
Filed under The Scoop

eLearning has been a part of EvCC for approximately ten years. According to Jeff Iannone, Interim Director of eLearning and Instructional Design, "eLearning is a lot of different things, if we were to break it down, the first thing is that we provide assistance for faculty and students with the usage...

Things That Remain; Clothesline Project at EvCC

Things That Remain; Clothesline Project at EvCC

Michael Rhodes, Michael Rhodes
October 22, 2015
Filed under Showcase, The Scoop

At the end of a busy school day, when all the laughter and students have left; these reminders of domestic violence are still here. The Clothesline Project is currently on display in the hall of the Student Union building and sets a sobering scene for anyone willing to take a brief moment to read what ...

Dear Clipper: Questions about EvCC

Dear Clipper: Questions about EvCC

Sungjin Yun, Staff Writer
October 12, 2015
Filed under The Scoop

During first couple of days at EvCC, students get academic help from ambassadors at the orientation. However, it is natural to be curious about trivial things that instructors and peers do not usually say. To help out students with this, The Clipper has taken questions from EvCC students, especially from new...

Fall Fun: Family Farms

Katja Wahl, Staff Writer
October 12, 2015
Filed under The Scoop

In Snohomish County, there are various family farms that open specifically for fall, and fall only. Each farm has attractions, and specializes in a particular area. The highest recommended farms in Snohomish County by EvCC students were Carlton’s, Stocker Farm, Thomas Family Farm, and Bob’s Corn. Starting...

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