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Diversity: Getting to Know the Students of EvCC

Diversity: Getting to Know the Students of EvCC

Jane Bowman, Staff Writer

October 31, 2018


Filed under Culture, Identity, Lifestyle

Jiyoon Hwang, 28, who prefers to be called Jenny, is on her second year as a mechanical engineering student at Everett Community College. Born and raised in South Korea, Jenny traveled to different Asian countries before coming to the U.S. She stayed in the Philippines for three months and in Mala...

Diversity: Getting to Know the Students of EvCC

Diversity: Getting to Know the Students of EvCC

Jane Bowman, Staff Writer

October 11, 2018


Filed under Culture, Identity, Lifestyle, Recent Stories

Clipper staff writer, Jane Bowman, sits down for a Q & A with EvCC student, Allisya Khairil Annuarby.   Name: Allisya Khairil Annuar  Major: Biomedical Engineering  Country of Origin: Malaysia JB: What languages do you speak? AA: Malay, English JB: When did you learn the Englis...

Ramadan at EvCC

Ramadan at EvCC

Emely Salvador, Staff Writer

May 22, 2018


Filed under Culture, News, Recent Stories

For the first time on May 21st, the Muslim Student Association (MSA)  hosted a Ramadan event for students and staff at EvCC. Guests were given the opportunity to learn more about what Ramadan is about, women’s rights in Islam, and were able to participate in a Q and A. “We want to inform peop...

African Diaspora Club at EvCC Releases Statement on Slave Trade in Libya

African Diaspora Club at EvCC Releases Statement on Slave Trade in Libya

John Yeager, Editor-in-Chief

January 23, 2018


Filed under Culture, News, Recent Stories

The African Diaspora Club (ADC) at EvCC has released a statement in response to the immigrant slave trade occurring in Libya. The ADC detailed there stance by saying, “We…strongly condemn the heinous acts of slave trading happening in Libya. This cannot be happening in the 21st century.” ...

Generating Awareness: Coffee, Cake, & Islam

Laura Campbell, Social Media Manager

October 29, 2017


Filed under Culture, Identity, News, Recent Stories

The Humanities Alliance sponsored an event Thursday, October 26, opening up a conversation about Islam and how the religion is represented. The event covered The Eleven Points, which are eleven principles that True Islam uses to illustrate the peaceful nature of the religion and combat Islamophobia. ...

Starbound is Massively Entertaining

Starbound is Massively Entertaining

Levi Juchau, Staff Writer

April 21, 2015


Filed under Culture

Explore an open world galaxy teeming with life and adventure in the early access for “Starbound.” “Starbound” is in early access, meaning the game isn’t finished yet, but players are being invited to play it anyway and help the developers come up with new content and ultimately shape the way...

Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail

Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail

Samantha Chapman, Culture Editor

April 20, 2015


Filed under Culture, Showcase

Taking place primarily on the beautiful and vast Pacific Crest Trail, Wild is an amazing and real adventure story. Wild, written by Cheryl Strayed, is her first hand account of how she hiked the PCT, a trail that begins in Mexico and runs through the Sierra and Cascade mountain ranges, ending in Canada. The...

First jazz experience: A novice review of the John Coltrane’s Giant Steps

First jazz experience: A novice review of the John Coltrane’s Giant Steps

Sunjin Yun, Staff Writer

March 10, 2015


Filed under Culture

Personally, I am very new to jazz. Giant Steps by John Coltrane is actually the first jazz album I have ever listened to. The first reaction to this album is that the musical instruments are forming a very good harmony all together. I hear the saxophones the most because they make a strong melodic line;...

The New 3DS is Totally Worth it

The New 3DS is Totally Worth it

Levi Juchau, Staff Writer

February 17, 2015


Filed under Culture

The new Nintendo 3DS came out on Feb. 13 and many of its features have gamers excited. For those that don’t already know, the 3DS is a very successful handheld gaming device released by Nintendo that is currently dominating the handheld gaming market. The 3DS has been around for almost four years...

Sunset Overdrive: Awesome, Zombie-Killing Extravaganza

Sunset Overdrive: Awesome, Zombie-Killing Extravaganza

Levi Juchau, Staff Writer

February 17, 2015


Filed under Culture, Showcase

“Sunset Overdrive” delivers a visually stunning orgy of zombie-killing adrenalin-fueled insanity to gamers in desperate need of diversity. Who remembers “Jet Set Radio Future?” What about “Crash Bandicoot?” Well, developers of the latter recently released a game that’s very similar, with...

Azrael Howell : ASB President by Day, MC by Night

Azrael Howell : ASB President by Day, MC by Night

Taylor Drake, Staff Writer

February 17, 2015


Filed under Culture, Showcase

Correction: This article initially stated the name of Howell's band inaccurately; the correct name is "What Have May." A copy of Gza’s Liquid Swords, an angelic seal around his neck, and a few ideas of how to make a student successful. These are the ingredients of Azrael Howell. Before becoming ASB stud...

Sex Week At EvCC

Haylee Mann, Staff Writer

February 17, 2015


Filed under Culture

Sex. American culture has placed a taboo on anything related to sex. Most people talk about it in hushed voices, behind closed doors—or not at all. This is not the case at Everett Community College. EvCC celebrated Sex Week from February 9th to the 12th, holding seminars on controversial topics...

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