Kevin Craft: The Written Art of Poetry

EvCC's Written Arts Coordinator, Kevin Craft, holding his poetry book,

Dongmei Liang, Staff Writer

February 14, 2020

“In a field / I am the absence / of field.” This is a poem that Kevin J. Craft posted on his Instagram on Jan. 18, 2020, attached to the Mazama mountain snow scenes. “I am always interested in landscapes. I get inspired from nature,” Craft states. Craft is an English instructor and directs...

Lessons from Space

Lessons from Space

Amy Gilbert McGrath, Staff Writer

November 27, 2019

(Editor's note: The writer of this story gathered further information on this subject, so this web edition includes additional material that was not featured in the print edition.) In zero gravity, inside the International Space Station (ISS), Dr. Soyeon Yi learned the power of mindfulness while gazing at Earth during an 11 day mission to space in April 2008. Dr. Yi taught phy...

Artist Spotlight: Q&A with Jack Rosadiuk

Jack Rosadiuk, an EvCC art student, enjoys the college's diversity and creative minds.

Helene Martin, Managing Editor of Print

November 27, 2019

Jack Rosadiuk, a member of EvCC’s studio art program, specializes in digital art and has a passion for creating creature concept designs. Rosadiuk enjoys EvCC’s creative environment and hopes to inspire others with his eccentric work. At what age did you know you wanted to be an artist? Since I w...

Narrowing Down The List

A copy of Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte, a personal favorite of EvCC librarian Heather Uhl.

Colin Burns, Assistant Editor

November 7, 2019

The Everett Community College Library and Media Center is home to 60,000 books in print, 180,000 e-books, 8,500 media items and 53,000 periodicals. In addition, students may request an interlibrary loan to have access to books and articles not currently in the library. To manage the development of this...

Q&A with Daria Willis

President Daria Willis, in her office located in Olympus Hall, shares her vision for the college. Willis says she wants to shift the college to implementing a shared governance model.

Sona Porter, Assistant Editor

November 7, 2019

Although she’s only been president for four months and at the helm of her presidency, Dr Daria Willis has already set the bar high with big goals for the college.  Besides going around campus, meeting and interacting with students, faculty and staff, she has a vision of attaining a higher graduation r...

Artist Spotlight: Student Musician

Rebecca Robinson (Killinsworth), sports a spiked collar choker and a heart-shaped padlock necklace to express her edgy style.

Daniel Albert, Editor-in-Chief

November 5, 2019

Sitting there in her neon-pink pumps, a spike collar choker and a heart shaped padlock necklace, 18-year-old EvCC student Rebecca Robinson projected confidence. To some people her style might be a little different, but for Robinson, it's a way to express herself. Two years ago, Robinson saw something...

Thomas Family Farm: Your Chill Is Their Thrill

Thomas Family Farm scare actor in character as the

Caleb Cole, Staff Writer

November 4, 2019

*WARNING: This video may potentially trigger seizures for people with photosensitive epilepsy. Viewer discretion is advised.* Have you ever been to a haunted house? Have you ever considered what it is like to be that monster sitting in the dark corner waiting for the next victim to haunt? To you th...

Local Entertainment: Bob’s Corn and Pumpkin Farm

Map of Bob's Corn and Pumpkin Farm shows the location of their many amenities. Activities at Bob's include a corn maze, hay rides, and a cozy county story on site.

Colin Burns, Assistant Editor

October 29, 2019

For 131 years, Bob Ricci’s family has owned the land that is known now as Bob’s Corn and Pumpkin Farm in Snohomish. “The farm has changed. It started off as an orchard, then it turned into a dairy farm. I turned it into agrotourism,” says Ricci. In hopes of learning more, we talked to Ricci, as we...

Artist Spotlight Q&A: Kayshawn Mounarath

Kayshawn Mounarath poses outside of Whitehorse Hall.

Jacob Dickson, Staff Writer

October 17, 2019

Kayshawn Mounarath is an EvCC photography student, and the focus of this edition's Artist Spotlight.  Mounarath talked about his work, and how he hopes to make other people feel good about themselves through his photography. What inspires you to do your work? Most of my inspiration comes from film,...

Sharing Wheels

David Fox, a volunteer at Sharing Wheels working on a bike.

Sona Porter, Assistant Editor

October 17, 2019

For 17-years, Sharing Wheels has been a community bike shop in Everett that has provided used bikes and affordable repairs to thousands. Their mission is to get bikes out of the landfill and affordably keep people on bikes. Sharing Wheels (SW) is a nonprofit organization that started in 2002. Since...

Opportunities Abroad

EvCC men's soccer team 
 line up to begin a match against Shoreline.

Connor Roestel, Staff Writer

October 17, 2019

Mamadi Sarr is a sophomore midfielder from Banjul, Gambia. Jorge DeFreitas is a freshmen defender from Jundidai, Brazil. What’s brought them to Everett Community College is the academic and athletic opportunities far from home. Sarr recalls playing soccer as early as five, but opportunities as he got o...

Now Showing at Russell Day Gallery: Material Tension by Henry Jackson-Spieker

EvCC students observing Henry Jackson-Spieker's art exhibit.

Caleb Cole, Staff Writer

October 12, 2019

Material Tension, a gallery by Henry Jackson-Spieker, will be on display at the Russell Day Gallery from Sept. 23 – Oct. 31. Jackson-Spieker connects tension, balance and symmetry by working with materials including glass, bronze, steel and wood.  According to the new Russell Day Gallery director Miles Labitzke...