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Three Beginner Meals for College Students

Three Beginner Meals for College Students

Vicky Martinez, Staff Writer February 21, 2021

As college students, we are learning how to be more independent and take care of ourselves. Cooking is an essential part of growing up, and it can take our minds off this pandemic to do something fun. “I...

Derek DelGaudio's In and Of Itself.

The Magic of Storytelling

Xavior Crowley, Staff Writer February 19, 2021

An old home VHS tape plays, a scene with bustling and boundless youth at school. It takes you back. It cuts abruptly and pans across a wall of cards, all labeled with “I AM” and a different role of...

Leeanna Digruccio, an EvCC Student, is playing games on her Nintendo Switch in a darkly lit room.

The Cost of COVID-19

Calvin Emerson, Staff Writer February 18, 2021

It's a common mistake. Whether you went to a public place or went mask-less around your friends, you’ve probably succumbed to pandemic fatigue and went against COVID-19 guidelines. When we’re all collectively...

The Art of Self Acceptance

Madelyn Olson, 2020-2021 Managing Editor of Digital February 11, 2021

I studied myself in the AOC makeup tutorial video, comparing the strange angles to what I see in the mirror. It doesn’t match up. Poisonous criticisms maddeningly swirled around my head to the point...

Out with the Old, in with the New Traditions

Out with the Old, in with the New Traditions

Madelyn Olson, 2020-2021 Managing Editor of Digital January 12, 2021

After a bout of self-pity, spending New Year’s Eve without that coveted midnight smooch was all worth it when my mom's face lit up at the array of balloons and gold decorations my sister and I surprised...

Cynthia Clarke, pictured walking into the tropical foliage.

EvCC Remembers Cynthia Clarke: “A Promethean Force”

Rick Sinnett, Assistant Editor November 25, 2020

On Nov. 16, Cynthia Clarke, beloved head of EvCC’s anthropology department, died at 63 years old due to a reoccurring battle with cancer. Preferring to be called Cynthia rather than Ms. or Professor...

In addition to singing, Ruby Rosario-Méndez also plays the violin.

Facing the Music: Female Empowerment in a Male-Dominated Industry

Madelyn Olson, 2020-2021 Managing Editor of Digital November 18, 2020

Ruby Rosario-Méndez found her voice at 3 years old and hasn’t stopped singing since.  Her father noticed her talent when she was toddling around the house singing into her little plastic microphone....

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

The Life of the Notorious R.B.G.

Rick Sinnett, Assistant Editor October 8, 2020

On Sept. 18, 2020, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, one of our nation's most influential people in advancing civil rights and equality, succumbed to complications from pancreatic cancer at 87...

Dr. Chris Spitters, the Snohomish County Health District’s top healthcare officer spoke over the phone with members of the press Friday and believes contact tracing and testing isn’t where it needs to be to control a major outbreak.

Snohomish County Unlikely To Enter Phase 2

Daniel Albert, Editor-in-Chief May 23, 2020

The Snohomish County Health District is doubtful the county will enter into phase 2 of Washington State Gov. Jay Inslee’s “Safe Start” plan beginning Jun. 1.  According to the Everett Herald,...

A selfie of EvCC student and artist, Fiona Bowen, taken in her home during quarantine.

An Artist in Quarantine

Melody Ripsom, Staff Writer May 21, 2020

Fiona Bowen was featured last November for The Clipper's "Artist Spotlight", and since the implementation of the Washington state “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order, she still finds ways to channel her...

The Clipper Wins 21 PNAJE Awards

The Clipper Wins 21 PNAJE Awards

Daniel Albert, Editor-in-Chief May 18, 2020

We are honored to announce that the Pacific Northwest Association of Journalism Educators (PNAJE) have informed us that this year’s Clipper staff has earned 21 awards in the 2020 PNAJE awards competition. The...

EvCC To Reopen A Limited Number Of In-Person Classes

Daniel Albert, Editor-in-Chief May 6, 2020

Yesterday at 7:31 p.m., EvCC President Dr. Daria Willis announced that the school has been approved to resume a limited number of in-person courses beginning today, May 6. According to the announcement,...

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