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Like a Good Neighbor…EvCC Hasn’t Been One

Adam Householder, Staff Writer
June 5, 2017
Filed under Our Stories

It’s been an issue that has plagued EvCC students, faculty and employees for decades.  It’s a serious problem, and can be a major obstacle for some.  But the parking debacle isn’t going away anytime soon. Sure, there are some resources and services available to assist and negotiate commoner...

Index Hall Gravel Parking Lot to be Converted to Green Space

Nataya Foss, Staff Writer
May 17, 2017
Filed under The Scoop

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...

Say ‘No’ To Parking Tickets

Say ‘No’ To Parking Tickets

Laura Vogt, Staff Writer
February 20, 2017
Filed under The Scoop

Every quarter students have to pay for a parking pass in order to park on campus. These parking passes have to be purchased at the Enrollment Services and cashier’s office. The students have a week to purchase the pass before parking tickets are given out. But what happens when the Enrollment Service...

Return of the Parking Woes

Return of the Parking Woes

Nathan Senff, Staff Writer
October 11, 2016
Filed under Tips and Tricks

Everett Community College’s parking lots have 2,243 parking spots for the rough estimate of 6,000 students attending, according to Head Manager of Security at Everett Charles Macklin and Sergeant Betty Fletcher. Throughout a quarter, parking can become a battle, but the EvCC security team strives to ma...

Return of the Parking Woes

Return of the Parking Woes

Nathan, Senff
October 3, 2016
Filed under Showcase, The Scoop

  Everett Community College’s parking lots have 2,243 parking spots for the rough estimate of 6,000 students attending, according to Head Manager of Security at Everett Charles Macklin and Sergeant Betty Fletcher. Throughout a quarter, parking can become a battle, but the EvCC security team strives to make it easier fo...

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
Filed under The Scoop

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...

Parking; Nightmare on Broadway

Sergio Huacuja, Staff Writer
November 3, 2015
Filed under Uncategorized

So far this Fall Quarter, there has been many student complaints regarding parking. Parking is not an easy issue for EvCC due to the fact that adding parking is expensive and it’s not funded by The Community Higher Ed of Education , as well as starting the process of the city agreeing to allow EvCC...

Parking : What’s Happening and How to Be on Time

Parking : What’s Happening and How to Be on Time

Cassylee Mead, Online Editor
September 18, 2015
Filed under News & Features, Opinion, Showcase

As fall quarter hits, EvCC will be seeing some big changes in parking, due to the new University Center construction across Broadway. Jennifer Howard, Vice President of Administrative services, informed The Clipper of some very big changes and a couple tips to help you on your first day. So here’s...

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