Women’s Equality: 100 Years in the Making

BRIDGES President Ruqaiyah Alaji outside of Olympus Hall on Feb. 26, 2020.

Melody Ripsom, Staff Writer

March 11, 2020

It’s Mar. 3, 1913; live music echoes through Pennsylvania Avenue as a parade of suffragists march from the Capitol demanding liberty for women. The inauguration of President Woodrow Wilson is tomorrow. Seven years later, he’ll sign the amendment granting American women the right to vote. Intern...

EvCC Student Contracts COVID-19 (novel coronavirus)

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Daniel Albert, Editor-in-Chief

March 5, 2020

Updated: Mar. 6, at 12:41 a.m. A Rave Alert was sent out at 11:41 a.m. this morning to update students and staff on the student who tested positive yesterday for COVID-19 (novel coronavirus). The alert shared that the student last attended class on Feb. 27, “We know that there are no Running Start s...

Everett Events: March 4-9

Everett events graphic.

Jessica Kupcake, Staff Writer

March 4, 2020

Free Events: Wednesday, Mar. 4 Free Trivia // 6:30 p.m. at Middleton Brewing (FREE) Intro to Sign Language // 7 p.m. at Sno-Isle Food Co-op (FREE) Thursday, Mar. 5 Free Museum Thursday // 2 p.m. at Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum (FREE) American Creed: Film Screening & Community Conversation ...

Congressman Rick Larsen Visits EvCC

Congressman Rick Larsen  (Middle) stands next to President Willis (Left) and members of ASB in front of the Feather Star outside of the Parks Student Union after meeting to discuss Open Educational Resources, textbook prices and food insecurity on Tuesday Jan. 21.

Helene Martin, Managing Editor of Print

January 21, 2020

Congressman Rick Larsen visited Everett Community College today to speak with the student government, as well as President Daria Willis, regarding issues that students face. Topics included everything from food insecurity among college students to the cost of textbooks.   Madi Gilbert, the Associated Student Body Vi...

737 Max Investigation

The prototype 737 sits on static display at The Museum Of Flight  located in Tukwila Washington at the south end of King County International Airport. Since it’s first flight back in 1967, the 737 has been Boeing’s most-sold airplane in the company’s commercial sector.

Sona Porter and Connor Roestel

November 27, 2019

Many students have traveled over the holiday breaks by airplane this past year to go on vacation or visit family. Most students will be flying on a variety of different planes, but one jet that’s not flying to an airport near you is the Boeing 737 MAX. After two crashes within a six month period of ea...

Students React to Hong Kong Protests

Hong Kong flag

Drew Jelinek, Staff Writer

November 26, 2019

Thousands of miles away, the citizens of Hong Kong are standing up for what they believe in for what is being called “the revolution of our time” by many news organizations. However, you don’t have to fly all the way to Asia to find supporters. Everett’s own international department has several students...

Crime on and off Campus

Everett Police Department’s Public Information Officer, Aaron Snell stands next to his patrol car and explains the close work between the EvCC’s Security Office and the Everett Police Department outside of White Horse Hall on Wednesday, Oct. 30.

Daniel Albert, Editor-in-Chief

November 8, 2019

Crime in Everett is nothing new to anyone who has been outside and looked around. But sometimes the crimes occur closer to campus than people think. Every year the Everett Community College Campus Safety and Security team releases the Campus Safety and Security Clery Report. A Clery Report is a ye...

Local Entertainment: Bob’s Corn and Pumpkin Farm

Map of Bob's Corn and Pumpkin Farm shows the location of their many amenities. Activities at Bob's include a corn maze, hay rides, and a cozy county story on site.

Colin Burns, Assistant Editor

October 29, 2019

For 131 years, Bob Ricci’s family has owned the land that is known now as Bob’s Corn and Pumpkin Farm in Snohomish. “The farm has changed. It started off as an orchard, then it turned into a dairy farm. I turned it into agrotourism,” says Ricci. In hopes of learning more, we talked to Ricci, as we...

New Abortion Laws Causing Civil Unrest: Know Your Options in Washington State

New Abortion Laws Causing Civil Unrest: Know Your Options in Washington State

Adrienne Plummer, Staff Writer

June 12, 2019

Current abortion laws are being overturned in multiple states now and their replacements are creating civil unrest and public backlash across the United States. Washington state has fairly left-of-center abortion laws. Governor Jay Inslee stated in a tweet, “Here are the facts: Reproductive righ...

Community Reacts to New Commercial Flights at Paine Field

Alaska Airlines is operating 18 nonstop daily flights at Paine Field Snohomish County Airport.

Jane Bowman, Staff Writer

May 22, 2019

It has been over two months since the first commercial flight took off from Paine Field Snohomish County airport. On March 4, 2019, Alaska Airlines boarded one of its Embraer 175 jets with passengers bound for Portland, Oregon. Run by Propeller Airports, the world-class two-gate terminal was designed ...

Everett Farmers Market Opens: How Shopping at Local Markets Can Better the Community

Locals shop for farm-fresh produce at the Everett Farmers Market.

Eve Chamberlin, Contributing Writer

May 22, 2019

By shopping at local farmer markets and co-ops, students promote sustainability that could result in a healthier planet. One prime example of a good place to shop would be the Everett Farmers Market- a series of stands and tents that vendors bring to share their goods with the public. It is close t...

Mukilteo/Clinton Ferry Terminal Construction Underway: $167 million Allocated to Improve Safety

The new Mukilteo/Clinton terminal will improve safety and accessibility for ferry passengers.

Sona Porter, Assistant Editor

May 22, 2019

The Mukilteo/Clinton Ferry service, one of the busiest ferry routes in the state, is getting a new terminal. The ferry service has been around for decades and, according to the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT), serves more than 4.2 million riders every year. The new construction, ...