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“We have not done any bible distributions; however, we are hoping to have one in the future!” – Nick Sorgen, club member.
'Winning People for Christ'
February 23, 2017

Joining a club can be beneficial to making friends, feeling connected and having a constructive place to put your down time. That feeling of belonging can relieve stress and let’s be honest, having...

Getting to Know Presidents Day at EvCC

February 20, 2017

February has Valentine’s Day, but it also has a political holiday that Americans celebrate by getting a good price or deal on furniture or a day off of school. The holiday is President’s Day. This...

Singles Awareness Day

Buy an attractive bouquet for yourself or spread the love by picking up a dozen roses to hand out to close friends, family, coworkers or strangers.
The Celebration of You
February 13, 2017

Some of us look forward to the yearly celebration of love and romance with anticipation and giddy. Others groan with displeasure or beat back Cupid with their textbooks. Valentine’s Day is upon us again,...

Booming East County Campus in Monroe

February 3, 2017

Yes, EvCC does have another location in Monroe that has been there for roughly a decade now. They have three large classrooms, a computer lab, Student Life and a “chill spot” for students to hang and...

A New Community for International Students

A dormitory in Everett Community College. It has 120 private rooms and they are almost full.
January 30, 2017

Half a year has already passed since Mountain View Hall was built. Recently, the numbers of foreign students are steadily increasing here. In tandem, EvCC has built Mountain View Hall last September...

“We Got Your Back”

Marisa Hackett is the program specialist; she handles student-intake, problems with accommodation, ASL incorporation, captioning and alternative formats.
Center for Disability Services
November 28, 2016

Many students don’t know about services that could help them at EvCC. A disability, defined by federal government law, is a sufficient limitation in major life activities. The Center for Disability...

It Could Happen in a Matter of Seconds

A car crash in Ljulijana, Slovenia on February 7, 2013. According to Slovenia Tourist Board’s official travel guide, the maximum blood alcohol percentage is .05 percent for drivers as long as their driving is unimpaired.
The Truth about Driving Under the Influence
November 21, 2016

The pain. That’s what hits you first. Like hitting a brick wall at full speed your body goes from in-motion to suddenly stopped. Now notice the dancing lights of the other drivers around you,...

Why Do They Do It?

Running Start students tell their stories
November 21, 2016

Running Start students make up about 10 percent of EvCC’s campus. They’re ahead of the game and much younger than the rest of the school body, so, how do they do it? There is a wide spectrum of opinions...

College Student by Day, Body Builder by Night

College Student by Day, Body Builder by Night
November 1, 2016

From average 19-year-old college student to competitive female bodybuilder, Kaile Guzman created her own path. In August, Guzman began lifting and soon realized she wasn’t working towards anything....

Blood Drive Save Lives

Blood Drive Save Lives
October 31, 2016

A boy is a victim in a car accident and is rushed to the nearest hospital in need of a surgery. During that surgery, the child will need a blood transfusion to save his life. The doctor reaches into...

Remembering Professor David Walker

This describes Walker in a nutshell as inspiring, enthusiastic, and good-natured.
October 27, 2016

  The days pass on. The wind rolls over the mountains, the peaks burst through the clouds and all is still. David Walker, geoscience professor at EvCC, used to love scenes like this...

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