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EvCC Instructor’s Adventurous Past

EvCC Instructor’s Adventurous Past

Tristan Newsome, Staff Writer

February 20, 2018


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Every teacher at EvCC began their journey with school, somewhere, studying something, with an ultimate goal in mind. Not every journey though, will compel an individual to survive on melted peanut butter, witness volcanic eruptions or hike for miles on end within a WWII nuclear blast zone like Harold “H...

Japanese Garden: A Piece of Japan at EvCC

Japanese Garden: A Piece of Japan at EvCC

Kate Agbayani, Staff Writer

February 20, 2018


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Greeted by the lush greenery, clean air and the peaceful sound of water flowing through a stream, you’re transported across the world to Japan. Built on donations and grants, the Nishiyama Japanese Garden is discreetly tucked away in the corner of campus, waiting to be seen by those who eagerly look ...

Challenges for Women in STEM

Challenges for Women in STEM

Emely Salvador, Staff Writer

February 20, 2018


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In the U.S. and other parts of the world, there continues to be a gender gap in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). According to the Pew Research Center, “Women remain underrepresented in engineering (14%), computer (25%) and physical science (39%) occupations.” 19-year-old Madiso...

Student Parents: A Balancing Act

Student Parents: A Balancing Act

Morgan Hoyt and Laura Campbell

February 20, 2018


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Balancing the full-time job of being a parent with the hectic life of a student may seem impossible to some, but these EvCC students manage to find a way. “It's a challenge for sure, going back to school and trying to fit college and homework into all the other things you have going on,” said Rebekah Thompson, a 36-year-old EvCC student. She has two kids: 15-year-...

Within an Hour: Stanwood & Camano Island

Within an Hour: Stanwood & Camano Island

Laura Campbell, Social Media Manager

February 20, 2018


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Within An Hour is perfect for students that want an adventure, but don’t know where to find it. This is a guide to everything you can do within an hour of driving from the Everett Community College Campus. The Spare Room Vintage Flea Market On the North side of 1215 State Highway 532, there are two little ...

Musicians at EvCC (Video)

Musicians at EvCC (Video)

Derek Williams, Staff Writer

February 15, 2018


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Robert French was born into a small military family, which would help define his life. At the age of 15, French picked up the guitar and hasn’t put it down since. French self-taught himself how to write and produce his own music. Shortly after high school, French joined the military although it put...

Expeditions Abroad: EvCC’s Study Abroad Program

Expeditions Abroad: EvCC’s Study Abroad Program

Michael Sparacio, Staff Writer

February 12, 2018


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Humanity has conquered the globe. Over every continent on our little blue planet, you will find monuments to the skill and cunning of our ancestors. The best way to witness the brilliance of humanity is simple: See it for yourself, with the EvCC Study Abroad program. In the past, EvCC has offered a variety of e...

Dorm Living in Mountain View (Video)

Dorm Living in Mountain View (Video)

Morgan Crosby, Staff Writer

January 29, 2018


Filed under Features, Recent Stories, Showcase, Spotlight, Video

Most students spend their mornings driving into EvCC, leaving their homes early to find a good parking spot to get to class on time. But for some, this is not the case. All they do is walk out of their front door and onto campus. Easy enough, seeing as the campus is their home. Students who live in the...

EvCC Students Gather to Create Fishnet Knotting Art

EvCC Students Gather to Create Fishnet Knotting Art

Tristan Newsome, Staff Writer

January 27, 2018


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Students gathered at Whitehorse Hall on Wednesday, Jan. 24th to learn the art of Japanese fishnet knotting from nationally recognized Japanese artist Nitta Koyoko. It was all smiles and busy hands as the students were engaged and excited to be learning the art of fishnet knotting. “(Fishnet knotti...

Why Do International Students Come to EvCC?

Why Do International Students Come to EvCC?

Nataya Foss, Managing Editor of Digital

January 26, 2018


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If you’ve ever spent much time on campus, you know that you can bump into an international student just about anywhere at Everett Community College. And while international students have a rather large presence at EvCC, you might be surprised to learn that they only make up 3% of the total annual sc...

International Students’ Perspectives of America

International Students’ Perspectives of America

Michael Sparacio, Staff Writer

January 26, 2018


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Next time you’re walking around EvCC’s campus, take a moment to look at the people around you. It shouldn’t take long to notice a wide array of people with different cultural backgrounds. If you sit still for just a few minutes on a busy day, you will likely see dozens of unique individuals, each with the...

DACA Students Tell Their Stories

DACA Students Tell Their Stories

Emely Salvador, Staff Writer

January 26, 2018


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Immigrants have been called many thing such as rapists, thieves, and criminals. Some people choose to believe that all of this is true. To the children and families of some of these immigrants, they’re just people looking for a better life for themselves and their families. In Latin America, many countrie...

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