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

Black Friday 2021, What to expect?

Black Friday 2021, What to expect?

Chehayle Chandran, Staff Writer November 23, 2021

In 2020, Black Friday was canceled due to COVID. This year, shoppers are excited to return to this shopping extravaganza while following the CDC and store guidelines of masks and social distancing. Deals Closest...

The Diversity and Equity center celebrating Dia de los Muertos back in 2019.

Dia de Muertos at EvCC

Victoria Martinez, Staff Writer November 2, 2021

October was Hispanic Heritage Month, and now with the coming November, Latino students and staff have even more reasons to celebrate. Nov 1 through Nov 2 is “Dia de Los Muertos” which translates to...

Participants walk at Snohomish Countys Making Strides event in 2019.

Easy Ways to Contribute to Breast Cancer Awareness in the Era of COVID-19

Hannah Ochs, Editor October 25, 2021

Even as Breast Cancer Awareness Month comes to a close, there’s still a plethora of opportunities you can do to engage in awareness. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, cancer awareness has seemingly been...

Water tower at Bobs Corn & Pumpkin Farm (Taken by Monica Mora)

Top Farms to Visit in Fall

Monica Mora, Staff Writer October 16, 2021

The days are becoming shorter, the weather chillier, and fall colors are emerging all around us. Fall is here and EvCC students are preparing for their favorite activities during the seasonal change....

Papel picado: This type of folk art decoration is made out of tissue paper, the air will be moving the papel picado, making them feel like they’re there.

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...

Diedrich Espresso truck

The Best Everett Restaurants, According to EvCC Students and Staff

Hannah Ochs, Editor 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...

Henry Yarsinske Jr, playing bass along side band mate Mary Adams during their set at Lucky Dime for Fishermans Village Music Festival 2021.

Concerts Back in Everett

Nate Feastereytchiso, Staff Writer October 5, 2021

Just a year ago around this time, the streets and businesses of Everett, and many other cities across the world seemed like ghost towns in the evening. The recent loosening of COVID-19 restrictions have...

How Our Pets Relieve Stress

How Our Pets Relieve Stress

Lilyan Beck, Manager of Content June 11, 2021

With the rise in poor mental health levels due to the pandemic, many students and teachers have turned to their pets for support.  Beverly Farb, EvCC program advisor for the Psychology and Sociology...

Voting YES! Members of the AAUW Edmonds SnoKing Branch gather in preparation for statewide Lobby Day. A day where members advocate for women focused legislation to Washington State’s elected officials. Photo courtesy of Mary Ross, AAUW Edmonds SnoKing Branch member.

Women Supporting Women

Elena Cervantes, Staff Writer May 22, 2021

The American Association of University Women, the AAUW, was founded in 1881. Its advocacy for equity has impacted every woman in the United States but many people have likely never heard of AAUW or its...

Marshall Law Band laying everything on the line at Field of Dreams II.

Everetts Post-Pandemic Line Up

Xavior Crowley, Staff Writer May 22, 2021

Roaring crowds, pulsing venues, and blaring speakers all blurred to static as the pandemic shrouded the music scene early last year. As festivals were canceled and music venues closed, gatherings and celebrations...

The Black Lives Matter movement has been at the forefront of conversations about police violence.

The Voices of a Movement: Young Activism and Social Justice

Patrick Haenelt, Staff Writer May 5, 2021

With the modern world in the midst of a serious health crisis and the public conversation about police violence becoming feverish at times, there is one young activist from Everett who hopes to be a positive...

3 Basic Rules to follow for recycling, all information from Waste Management.

Loving the Earth on a Budget

Mikayla Finnerty, Staff Writer May 5, 2021

1. When You Can't Always Afford Organic  Regenerative agriculture, a more sustainable alternative to organic, is on the rise within the agriculture community and currently finding its way in the business...

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