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Valentine’s Day: Easier Than You Think

Valentine’s Day: Easier Than You Think

Emma Kilgore, Staff Writer

January 25, 2016

Smells like chocolate. And romance. But mostly chocolate. Valentine’s Day is steadily approaching and the hopeless romantics are gearing their talents to win over their sweethearts. Candy, flowers. Fluffy teddy bears and velvet heart pillows. You’ve seen them all, maybe given them all. But...

Tight Budget Fixes: Thrifting Your Way to Fashion

Tight Budget Fixes: Thrifting Your Way to Fashion

Katja Wahl, Staff Writer

January 18, 2016

Tight budgets and hard choices. Should you buy the $3 shirt or the $10 pair of pants? These are the everyday questions of the oh-so-common broke college student. Fear no more, there is a solution to your money woes, or at least, a partial solution. In the last few years thrift and consignment shop...

The Dark Side

The Dark Side

Abby Tutor, Staff Writer

January 14, 2016

It seemed like everyone was excited for its arrival to theaters and was going to see it as soon as they could. But if you worked at a movie theater like myself, you were dreading "Star Wars" altogether. "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" is the second highest grossing movie of all time in the U.S. according...

College Beauty Hacks

Rachel Seitz, Staff Writer

November 3, 2015

College students across the world struggle with waking up early and being on time,  and a lot of times that cuts time out in the morning to get ready. Here at Everett Community College we want to help you make the most of your time in the morning, while getting as much sleep as possible! So here are...

Rides, Weiners, Beer and More; What Sausage Fest Had to Offer

Rides, Weiners, Beer and More; What Sausage Fest Had to Offer

Diana Pinon, Staff Writer

October 12, 2015

Friday through Sunday, during the first weekend of October, the 39th annual Sausage Festival took place in the Our Lady of Perpetual Help church grounds.  Charles Jacobs, one of the co-chairs for Sausage Fest, explained that Sausage Fest “started as a necessity, they were about to lose the school...

Listen Up! A Review: Meg Myers “Sorry”

Listen Up! A Review: Meg Myers “Sorry”

Katja Wahl, Staff Writer

October 8, 2015

  Tennessee born Meg Myers is an alternative indie rock artist. In September she released her first full length album “Sorry”. With a music style so unique it’s hard not to either fall in love with her music, or absolutely hate it. Meg’s music style is heavily influenced by her not-so-gr...

Poltergeist: Then and Now

Poltergeist: Then and Now

Brittanie Pervier, Web editor

June 2, 2015

  The original Poltergeist is like a family comedy from the early eighties, only with a haunted house and a tree that eats people. The movie opens with a friendly neighborhood scene and quickly moves into the classic “Hey is my kid having conversations with dead people?” stuff. The effects...

Tomorrowland Brings Visions of Hope For The Future

Tomorrowland Brings Visions of Hope For The Future

Nathaniel Lynch, Visuals Editor

June 2, 2015

Tomorrowland is one of those rare original films to come out of Hollywood in the past couple of years. I went into the theater not knowing what to except, having only seen random photographs of boxes from the Disney archives and confusing description released online. I was very impressed by the film...

B.J. Blazko is Back to Kill Nazis

B.J. Blazko is Back to Kill Nazis

Levi Juchau, Staff Writer

June 2, 2015

Get ready to kill some Nazis in Blazkowicz’s glorious return to castle Wolfenstein in the prequel “Wolfenstein: The Old Blood”. Everybody’s favorite sociopathic Nazi killing nightmare William “B.J.” Blazkowicz is back and he’s got a whole new game for you to feel like a god damn patriot...

The Eternal Pillars of Gaming

The Eternal Pillars of Gaming

Levi Juchau, Staff Writer

June 2, 2015

Game developer Obsidian returns to their roots with a classic isometric RPG. Remember the days of the original “Fallout”, “Neverwinter Nights” and “Baldur’s Gate”? Well the developer that brought you “Neverwinter Nights 2”, as well as “Fallout New Vegas”, recently released a game...

A Touching Tale of Platforming

A Touching Tale of Platforming

Levi Juchau, Staff Writer

May 12, 2015

“Ori and the Blind Forest” brings us back to the days of “Metroid” and “Castlevania” with classic platforming action and a heart wrenching storyline. Moon studios (with the help of Microsoft) recently released a game so beautiful and touching, that it transcends the traditional boundaries...

Dance For Your Life

Dance For Your Life

Levi Juchau, Staff Writer

May 12, 2015

“Crypt of the Necrodancer” puts a little “unh tss” into your dungeon crawl. “Crypt of the Necrodancer” is finally out of beta! That means more levels, more items, more characters and more “wub wub” then your poor little ears can handle without turning to jelly. “Crypt of the Necrodancer”...