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Style Profile: Charles Caltado from the WHI Equipment Room (Video)

Style Profile: Charles Caltado from the WHI Equipment Room (Video)

Emely Salvador, Staff Writer

April 18, 2018


Filed under Features, Recent Stories, Video

Charles Cataldo, a 24-year old employee and alumni at EvCC, has been at EvCC since his Junior year of high school when he enrolled in the Running Start program. After being at Everett as a student, he continued using the computer lab in Whitehorse Hall to edit his photographs. Eventually, Fred Gilbert, t...

Wired In: The Music Project

Wired In: The Music Project

Laura Campbell, Social Media Manager

March 13, 2018


Filed under Features, Recent Stories

As each student goes about their day, they create their own little worlds to tune everything out.  They fold themselves into corners, sprawl their midterm essays out on desks and work quietly in nooks all around campus.  The second their earbuds are adjusted, their surroundings don’t exist. So what are students listening to o...

AWD in the PNW

AWD in the PNW

Katja Wahl, Managing Editor of Visuals

March 12, 2018


Filed under Features, Recent Stories, Showcase

Full parking lots are a common occurrence at EvCC. Within those lots lies a culture all its own; the Subaru family.  Subaru has managed to build an entire culture surrounding the brand, making it a fascinating community to be a part of. Aaron Bodenstab, a second-quarter electrical engineering major, j...

Mental Health: Out of Sight, Out of Mind

Mental Health: Out of Sight, Out of Mind

Kate Agbayani, Staff Writer

March 12, 2018


Filed under Features, News, Recent Stories

Suicide is the third leading cause of death among those between the ages of 10 and 24 in the United States, with depression being the first leading cause of disability worldwide, according to the National Alliance on Mental Health. Joel Henry, a current student at EvCC, has experienced this fir...

Gun Control: The False Divide

Gun Control: The False Divide

Michael Sparacio, Staff Writer

March 12, 2018


Filed under Features, Recent Stories

The heavily divisive debate between gun rights and gun control rages on after the tragic loss of life at Stoneman Douglas High School, in Florida. However, as bleak as the discussion around guns may seem at times, it may be surprising to learn that the gun debate is not as partisan as it appears. At ...

Through Their Eyes

Through Their Eyes

Emely Salvador, Staff Writer

March 8, 2018


Filed under Features, Recent Stories

Students of EvCC are as diverse culturally as they are in their experiences. Here are a few of the diverse perspectives that make up our student body. Virginia Bezait Garcia: Growing up in a home where a foreign language is spoken can seem like a blessing. For Virginia Garcia, a 17-year-old Running St...

One EvCC Student’s Struggle with Food Insecurity

One EvCC Student’s Struggle with Food Insecurity

Nataya Foss, Managing Editor of Digital

March 7, 2018


Filed under Features, Recent Stories, Showcase

Gabi Lecusay, an EvCC student, has $20 to spend on food each month. To put this number into perspective, that’s roughly four lattes from Bargreen’s. A month. Before moving to Snohomish, WA, Lecusay lived in her car for three months in Miami, Florida. To make ends meet while she was homeless, sh...

Sharpshooter’s Road to EvCC

Sharpshooter’s Road to EvCC

Connor Roestel, Sports Editor

February 21, 2018


Filed under Features, Recent Stories, Sports

He is cool and composed off the court, but once he steps on to the hardwood, his killer scoring instinct is revealed. In only his freshman season, Markieth Brown Jr. has taken the NWAC by storm. Brown is an integral part of the EvCC Men’s Basketball team. He has played in every single game t...

EvCC Instructor’s Adventurous Past

EvCC Instructor’s Adventurous Past

Tristan Newsome, Staff Writer

February 20, 2018


Filed under Features, Recent Stories

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 (Video)

Japanese Garden: A Piece of Japan at EvCC (Video)

Kate Agbayani, Staff Writer

February 20, 2018


Filed under Features, Recent Stories, Spotlight, Video

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


Filed under Features, Recent Stories

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, Managing Editor of Print

February 20, 2018


Filed under Features, Recent Stories, Showcase

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-...

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