Remembering Professor David Walker

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

Hearts on Sleeves

A side view of the clothesline in Parks Union. Chapman oversaw the event, and the most challenging ordeal she faced was actually hanging up the shirts. “It’s very heartbreaking, seeing the stories on the shirts. But that message needs to be spread.”
Emma Kilgore, Managing Editor-Print October 27, 2016

Election 2016

Donald Trump, the Republican nominee for president, is shown here at one of his rallies, which are infamous for the unscripted speeches that accompany them.
John Yeager, Staff Writer October 11, 2016

Faculty Member Saves Students Thousands

Bow Tie Day, Mike Nevins and members of the tutorial staff, from left to right.  Mike Nevins professor, Ho Tin Li student tutor, Chase Waldo peer tutor, Jerry Weibel Professor and tutor, bottom row David Adams student, Eric Nitardy staff tutor, Candace Ronhaar staff tutor, Jon Woods Professor tutor.
Janice Hamilton, Staff Writer October 11, 2016

Letter from the Editor-in-Chief

Letter from the Editor-in-Chief
Abby Tutor, Editor-in-Chief October 11, 2016

What are you going to college for?

Michelle Hecker, Staff Writer October 11, 2016

From Homeless to Hope

”I really love Housing Hope and their mission and values, and the work they do in this community is pretty awesome,” Jorgensen said. “They have this ballistic approach to helping a family. Not just the parent, not just the child. The entire family. They’re setting them up for success and with an outlook on the generations to come. So not just now, today, but for the future.”
Emma Kilgore, Staff Writer May 31, 2016

Nathaniel Hebert: Tiny House Master

Putting up the walls took Hebert about  a few days.
Diana Pinon, Staff Writer May 31, 2016

A Note from the Graduating Class

Katie Ellis, an EvCC graduate, says has been a lifesaver for her over her time at EvCC.
Alexis Jones, Staff Writer May 31, 2016

Michelle Geiszler

Michelle Geiszler’s senior picture for Cascade High School, she will be receiving her high school diploma as well as an associate degree from EvCC.
Abby Tutor, Staff Writer May 30, 2016

EvCC’s Student Nursing Organization Volunteers Abroad

No patient is turned away when EvCC Nursing students provide care. Sheets are used to create partitioned make-shift exam rooms where families of five are examined and treated with the medical treatment each individual requires.
Amy Hamilton, Staff Writer May 30, 2016

Son of a Survivor

“We were scared because we knew life would no longer be the same,” Friedman described how Jews felt when German forces entered Austria.
Emma Kilgore, Staff Writer May 5, 2016
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