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

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 same concept as biodiversity....

(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 April 19 meeting began...

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 Just Baked and Smart Market brand...

Student Haile Telford potting their complementary succulent.

Succulent sensation takes over the Index Lawn

Lucien Sevilla, Staff Reporter May 1, 2024

Succulent Success, a celebration for Earth Day organized by the Trojan Activities Board (TAB), had students lining up under the sun on Tuesday, April 23. “A lot of them don’t know about Earth Day…...

Clayton Smith, the president of EvCCs Veterans Club.

Veterans Club awaits new meeting place, new members

Junghyun Hur, Staff Reporter April 23, 2024

The start of spring quarter has brought students back to campus. Most clubs are trying to get members to join, but one club has been struggling with getting students involved. EvCC’s Veterans Club...

Cedar Hall.

Student housing seeks Resident Assistants

Cam Beagle, Staff Reporter April 23, 2024

Student housing Resident Assistant (RA) applications are open, and RAs are paid for their effort with free housing! Amidst the pressure of pages of homework and long exams, students living in student...

Trojan photographer Braydin Rose.

Artist Spotlight: Braydin Rose

Rob Ziegler, Photo Editor April 23, 2024

This Artist Spotlight shines on running start student Braydin Rose. Rose is a photography major who hails from the local Everett area. He draws inspiration from the creative minds in his circle of friends...

Jamie Curtismith with the colorful centerpiece of her mixed media showcase.

Jamie Curtismith jumps “Off the Frame” in Russell Day Gallery showcase

Stevy Kama, Staff Reporter April 23, 2024

“Off the Frame” is one of the themes of artist Jamie Curtismith’s showcase gallery, currently available for viewing at the Russell Day Art Gallery inside the Cascade Learning Resource Center Mondays...

“Asking a librarian their favorite book is like asking a painter what their favorite color is. Too many gorgeous hues to choose from, said Librarian for Cataloging and Acquisition, Heather Jean Uhl.

Dewey really know what the library has to offer?

Daniel Combs, Staff Reporter February 20, 2024

By now, most are aware of the library's move across Broadway to the Cascade Learning Resource Center (CLRC). That said, few people seem to know what the staff offers in terms of aid and library services. Marianne...

Lijiao Serven answering questions during New Year trivia.

EvCC welcomes Year of the Dragon

Devin Culver, Social Media Manager February 20, 2024

The walls were decorated with red banners and branches of yellow peach blossoms with red envelopes tied to them. Students and their families gathered around tables covered by red and yellow tablecloths....

Ole Borstad & Isaac Buse eating Vietnamese pho at the Feasts of Asia event.

Building community in the kitchen

Scott Bowhall, Staff Reporter February 7, 2024

In a celebration of cultural diversity and culinary excellence, the Community Kitchen Club recently held an event called "Feasts of Asia” that aimed to bring students and staff together over fresh cooked...

Textbooks, 12-step program literature and coins that represent time spent in recovery.

Second chances through recovery

Daniel Combs, Staff Reporter February 7, 2024

The opioid crisis is all around us. It’s in the streets outside the school, it’s in the alleyways behind the places we shop, and it’s scattered throughout the neighborhoods where we live. At times,...

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