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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

A beautiful Christmas display, with multi-colored lights covering a vast, suburban front yard.

The Holiday Stories of EvCC Students

Calvin Emerson, Staff Writer November 24, 2021

There’s something special about the holiday season. It’s these extravagant three months of time where a new celebration is always looming over the horizon. Once the costumes are put away, we’re already...

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...

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The “New Normal” Holidays

Monica Mora, Staff Writer November 20, 2021

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention recently released a holiday guideline for this year's holiday season celebrations and travel; so how are holiday celebrations going to look this year? Last...

Squid Games guards, shown here in loud pink jumpsuits, are treated just as disposably as its players.

REVIEW: Squid Game Is Really Clever Until It Isn’t

Colin Burns, Staff Writer November 17, 2021

It’s ten minutes into Squid Game. Seong Gi-hun has his back to the wall between two yellowed urinals, and a creepy money-lender is holding a bowl to his nose while threatening to harvest blood from his...

The 21-22 EvCC Volleyball Team together, pledging towards the national anthem, during the Sept 24th game against the Shoreline Dolphins.

EvCC Volleyball Retrospective

Calvin Emerson, Staff Writer October 29, 2021

There’s nothing quite like watching sports live. After a pandemic without these events, more people than ever are grateful for the experience of watching a team of passionate athletes give their all,...

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....

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...

(L-R) Maya Rudolph, Abbi Jacobson, Michael Rianda and Danny McBride as the Mitchell family in The Mitchells Vs. The Machines, directed by Michael Rianda and Jeff Rowe. Netflix International, Columbia Pictures & Sony Pictures Animation (2021).

Review Of “The Mitchells Vs. The Machines”

Calvin Emerson, Staff Writer June 2, 2021

There are few filmmakers who are lucky enough to become famous for their creations. There’s even fewer in the world of animation. With so many talented artists and animators behind any one movie, it’s...

Promotional Art for the 2021 Academy Awards.

The Oscars Pt.2: Reviewing the Nominees

Calvin Emerson, Staff Writer April 24, 2021

Tomorrow’s the 93rd annual Oscars, where Hollywood’s most prestigious names will come together under two, socially distanced roofs to see which flick will win big. As always, the biggest prize is Best...

Promo Image from The 86th Annual Academy Awards.

The 2021 Oscars: Reviewing The Hopefuls

Calvin Emerson, Staff Writer March 12, 2021

Here’s a recap. Over the last three years, the Oscars have handed their highest honor to a Cold War romance involving a sea monster, a buddy-buddy road trip with a white savior narrative and a scathing...

Anya Taylor-Joy stars as Elizabeth Harmon in The Queens Gambit. (Netflix, 2020)

Review of “The Queen’s Gambit”

Colin Burns, Staff Writer March 11, 2021

When I was nine years old, I was in a car accident much like the one that orphaned Elizabeth Harmon, the protagonist of “The Queen’s Gambit,” at the same age. It was late at night, and the rain pattered...

Theres no shortage of style in 1813, as shown by Page.

Review of “Bridgerton”

Colin Burns, Staff Writer February 14, 2021

Listen, I know: I’m not Bridgerton’s target audience. I’m a four-eyed, pretentious man in his early twenties who has as much experience with romance novels as he has with actual romance: none. I’m...

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