The student news site of Everett Community College in Everett, Washington

The Clipper

The student news site of Everett Community College in Everett, Washington

The Clipper

The student news site of Everett Community College in Everett, Washington

The Clipper

I think that every social media platform has their downfalls and their pros, said student Makaelyn Canell.
TikTok goes the clock for Gen Z's favorite app
Hailey Warren, Managing Editor of Digital • May 20, 2024

It’s no secret that Americans love bite-sized content delivered in personalized feeds. Whether it’s cat videos, live protest footage, fashion inspiration, live debates...

Dakota Johnson stars as the grumpy paramedic-turned-clairvoyant, Cassie Webb.
Madame Web: Quick! Get the Raid!
Hailey Warren, Managing Editor of Digital • April 23, 2024

When a car is on fire on the side of the road, if at a safe distance, people tend to slow down and watch it burn. It can be assumed that this same phenomenon is what allowed...

Barry Keoghan as main character Oliver Quick plotting at a dinner party in Saltburn.
Saltburn: Visually interesting, shocking?
Hailey Warren, Managing Editor of Digital • February 7, 2024

For anyone who's seen a horror movie or a season of "American Horror Story," "Saltburn" could be considered tame. Writer and director Emerald Fennell’s “Saltburn”...

Concert coming to Conference Center
Concert coming to Conference Center
Devin Culver, Social Media Manager • January 27, 2024

Artist Eems will be performing in the Jackson Conference Center at 3 p.m. this coming Wednesday, Jan 31. Eems is a live loop artist, meaning he plays just one part of the...

Minardi performs in Parks Café on Oct. 3.
Max Minardi serenades Parks Café
Hailey Warren, Managing Editor of Digital • October 12, 2023

Singer/songwriter Max Minardi brought talent and enthusiasm to the stage when he performed a one-hour set in Parks Café on Tuesday, Oct. 3. The show started at 1 p.m. and...

A tattoo shop in Caldas da Rainha, Portugal.
What Do Tattoos Mean To You?
Logan Bruss, Staff Reporter • April 20, 2022
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Welter finished the season with a 3.59 ERA over 42.2 innings with 38 strikeouts.
Welter's strong outing not enough in 13-inning loss
Sam Whitney, Managing Editor of Content • May 28, 2024

Facing Spokane Saturday afternoon, the Trojans needed a win to keep their championship hopes, and their season, alive. After a scoreless top of the first from freshman...

Hubbell has pitched to a 1.16 ERA over 77.2 innings with 79 strikeouts.
Trojans fall to reigning champion Roadrunners in walk-off fashion
Sam Whitney, Managing Editor of Content • May 25, 2024

Going into Friday’s game against the reigning NWAC champion Linn-Benton Roadrunners, the Trojans knew it wasn’t going to be easy. Playing as the away team, Everett...

Queen got the winning decision on Thursday, building on his 8-1 regular season record.
Trojans secure first-round win, advance to face Linn-Benton
Sam Whitney, Managing Editor of Content • May 23, 2024

Facing Blue Mountain to open their half of the NWAC championship bracket, the Trojans looked no different than they did in the regular season. That is to say, they leaned...

Welter is now 2-2 with a 3.72 ERA over 36.1 innings.
Trojans win the North after split with Skagit Valley
Sam Whitney, Managing Editor of Content • May 14, 2024

For the third time in four seasons, the Trojans have secured a North Region title, and with it a trip to the NWAC Championship Tournament. In a tense weekend series, the...

Wyatt Queen leads the team with eight wins, and has a 1.05 ERA over 51.1 innings
After split with Edmonds, Trojans one win from North Region title
Sam Whitney, Managing Editor of Content • May 8, 2024

A dark, gloomy rain-soaked evening is not typically the setting of an intense pitchers duel with a playoff spot at stake, but that’s exactly what happened at Funko Field...

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EvCC Financial Aid office awaiting a possible rush for summer classes.
2024-25 FAFSA delays raise concerns among students
Jeff Sass, News Editor • May 23, 2024

With delays resulting from complications on next year's Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form, EvCC students relying on this financial aid are nervous about...

Lilyana Salazar and Danah Marouf lead students in a Palestinian solidarity protest march.
Walkout for solidarity with Palestine
Clipper staff May 16, 2024

Max McClintock “I fully believe in and support Palestine's liberation, I always have for many years. I was looking for opportunities to support here on campus and glad...

Dr. Brown said between 11% and 30% of college students are neurodivergent.
Recognizing neurodiversity on campus
Stevy Kama, Staff Reporter • May 5, 2024

Dr. Diane Brown began EvCC’s Neurodiversity 101 event on April 25 by defining the word neurodiversity. The term was coined by Judy Singer in 1999 and is based on the...

(left to right) ASB Senate members Gary Norris, VP of Administration Viola Nguyen and VP of Student Engagement Zoey Rhodes staying behind to help rearrange the classroom.
ASB meets, encourages students to speak up
Jeff Sass, News Editor • May 1, 2024

Sitting in on a student government meeting doesn’t sound like a whole lot of fun. However, it can be quite informative about how certain aspects of the campus are managed. The...

New vending machines in Parks Cafe, located in Parks Student Union.
New vending machines are in!
Junghyun Hur, Staff Reporter • May 1, 2024

Are you starving from a long day of studying and assignments? You can now purchase hot, fresh food and cold drinks from newly installed vending machines! There are now...

Cedar Hall.
Student housing seeks Resident Assistants
Cam Beagle, Staff Reporter • April 23, 2024
Campus awaits the candidate that comes out on top.
VP search narrows to three finalists
Sam Whitney, Managing Editor of Content • February 7, 2024
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