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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

Rendering of the LRC in the 2020 LRC presentation

EvCC Learning Resource Center Breaks Ground

Kyle Ogle, Editor October 17, 2021

Origins The LRC began as a way to add more space to EvCC’s now somewhat small and hard to find library. The library houses thousands of books and periodicals, several private workspaces, about...

Papel Picado (Photo by Filip Gielda of Unsplash)

Hispanic Heritage Month at EvCC

Victoria Martinez, Staff Writer October 16, 2021

At EvCC there is so much diversity on campus, especially the ways students celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. This month is an annual celebration for many to recognize and learn about their rich ethnic...

The girls are ecstatic after a great game

The Struggles of Juggling it all as a Student Athlete

Chehayle Chandran, Staff Writer October 12, 2021

As the school year starts students are rushing to turn in assignments and adjust to life on campus, all while juggling part time jobs to make ends meet. For student athletes the balancing act requires...

Diedrich Espresso truck

The Best Everett Restaurants, According to EvCC Students and Staff

Hannah Ochs, Staff Writer October 12, 2021

If you’ve been wondering where to eat around EvCC, consider these three local restaurants recommended by EvCC students and staff, who attest to their conveniency, speedy service, and good inexpensive...

Calvin J. Emerson

Student LIFE Kickoff: A Year in the Making

Calvin Emerson, Staff Writer October 7, 2021

EvCC’s Student LIFE Kick-Off: After a year and a half of laying dormant, the Jackson Center Courtyard, at the heart of the EvCC campus, lit up in a big way. There were a plethora of excited and lively...

Coach Cheryl Sorenson (white) in a pre-game huddle before tip off of the first game of the season at Peninsula CC on April 3, 2021. EvCC won 48-43.

2020-21 End of Sports Season Recap

Taras McCurdie, Staff Writer June 13, 2021

After a whole year of dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic and having to postpone sports until the spring, the 2020-21 sport season has finally come to an end. With COVID-19 tests, frequent changes in the...

The Year No Freshman Expected

The Year No Freshman Expected

Hollee Seaward, Social Media Manager June 12, 2021

onFrom graduating high school in spring quarter of 2020 to now transitioning into their sophomore year of college, EvCC’s 2020-2021 freshman class has faced it all during this pandemic. At the beginning...

Masking for a Friend

Masking for a Friend

Xavior Crowley, Staff Writer June 12, 2021

Across the country vaccinations are rising and states are lifting mandates following the CDC’s safety update. With enthusiasm of seeing the light of the pandemic coming to an end, the opportunity to...

Pictured is one students plate before we all sat down to eat outside. On the plate is the salmon fish tacos, clam pasta, and nicoise salad.

Nutrition 180 Welcomes Students Back to In-Person Cooking Labs

Mikayla Finnerty, Staff Writer June 10, 2021

The smell of fresh seafood wafted through the halls of Everett Community College last Thursday, as students got the chance to cook in-person for their sustainable food systems class. This was the first...

Resources and Step-by-Step Guide to Running Start

Resources and Step-by-Step Guide to Running Start

Lily Beck, Staff Writer May 20, 2021

Running Start is a program here at EvCC that allows high school students in their junior and senior years to take college classes tuition-free. They are allowed to take up to 15 credits, and these credits...

Graduate smiling onto her future.

2021 Graduation: Virtual Ceremony and Car Parade

Lily Beck, Staff Writer May 4, 2021

Graduation is fast approaching here at EvCC and many people have been wondering what’s going to happen with the 2021 celebration. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, large indoor gatherings have been discouraged...

Fewer students, masks required, plexiglass partitions and hand sanitizer on each table are just a few of the COVID-19 safety protocols in place. Sam Weiland (center), I feel safe with everything thats in place and like the small class size.

EvCC Ceramics Program Granted In-Person Learning for Spring 2021

Elena Cervantes, Staff Writer May 2, 2021

On March 5, 2020 EvCC’s ceramics studio went from organized chaos to utter silence. No longer could you hear the purring of the potter’s wheel, the slab roller squeaking or the uproarious banging the...

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