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

The student news site of Everett Community College in Everett, Washington

The Clipper

The Finest Feast On Campus

The Finest Feast On Campus

Gerard Millman, Social Media Manager May 13, 2022

Bellowing from the depths of Monte Cristo Hall, a frenzied summoning of culinary deliciousness was taking place. Like a plume of spice and smoke, the spellbinding scent of Eastern European cooking spewed...

Students, Faculty and Everett community members gather in the common space of Whitehorse hall at EvCC for the 2022 Plant Swap put on by the sustainability team and the green fee committee of EvCC.

Earth Week

Benjamin Eyman, Staff Writer May 3, 2022

Over the third week of April, students of Everett Community College and members of the Everett community gathered together to take part in a string of Earth Week activities put on by the members of the...

No mask, what does that mean?

No mask, what does that mean?

Monica Mora, Staff Writer May 1, 2022

Across Washington, mask mandates are being lifted and EvCC went forward with the decision to lift their mask mandate, confirming as of March 19 they are voluntary. This decision comes with new Washington...

Emerson at Phi Theta Kappa event (Courtesy of PTK)

Calvin Emerson: Honors Society Vice President

Roland Knatz, Staff Writer April 30, 2022

After years of advocacy, a lifetime of self-reflection and one letter of invitation, EvCC’s chapter of the International Honor Society has elected Calvin Emerson as a Division 4 Vice President of the...

MLK I Have A Dream and Everett Trojan banner in the Diversity and Equity Center (Courtesy of EvCC)

Diversity on the Job

Aiden Luhr, Staff Writer April 29, 2022

Established in 2016 at Everett Community College (EvCC), the Diversity and Equity Center aspires to promote social justice. The D&E Center provides students with one-on-one student services, work study,...

Michael Rhodes tests a camera that was recently returned to the Equipment Room by a student

Michael Rhodes Spotlight

Jordan Mowday, Staff Writer April 23, 2022

Don’t let the tattoos, shaved head and graying ginger beard scare you off from saying hello to EvCC’s self-appointed “social butterfly,” Michael Rhodes. Despite the mimicries of his appearance,...

A tattoo shop in Caldas da Rainha, Portugal.

What Do Tattoos Mean To You?

Logan Bruss, Staff Writer April 20, 2022

The stimulus behind tattoos has always been heavy. Parents beg their teens not to partake in the art form, jobs don’t hire based on them, and many leer at those adorned with them as impromptu decisions...

A healthy meal comes in many shapes and sizes, but you can never go wrong with leafy greens and fresh vegetables!

How Does Starting School Affect Students Diets

Logan Bruss, Staff Writer January 31, 2022

As a college student, you will constantly find yourself running out the door to get to class, followed by work, athletics, clubs, or any other activity you may be involved in. Time consuming events that...

The Madrigal Family (Taken 
 from Disney+)

Encanto – A Movie About Generational Trauma (a Review)

Baydaa Alshatee, Staff Writer January 29, 2022

Finding something for adults and kids to enjoy during a movie night is a time consuming task. Encanto was released on Disney+ on Christmas Eve and since then TikTok and other social media platforms have...

Covid Concern: Omicron spikes and EvCC prepares for more cases

Covid Concern: Omicron spikes and EvCC prepares for more cases

Benjamin Eyman, Staff Writer January 28, 2022

“[Omicron] will find just about everybody,” said Dr. Anthony Fauci in a recent interview on ABCs This Week. The new variant which has been more contagious than previous variants of COVID-19 has caused...

Liberty Hall, EvCCs Nursing Program

The Student Nursing Organization: Surviving As a Community

Gerard Millman, Social Media Manager January 27, 2022

The Everett Community College campus was once vibrant with student club activity. Due to COVID-19, it’s now a ghost town with pre-pandemic flyers still taped to the public bulletin boards. Of the 30+...

Center for Disability Services Office in the Parks Student Union Room 268

Students with Disabilities Missing Out on Accommodations that Help Them Succeed

Kyle Marboe, Staff Writer January 25, 2022

More students with disabilities are choosing to attend college than ever before, yet few are taking advantage of the accommodations available to them that can make the difference between success and failure...

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