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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

Lilyana Salazar and Danah Marouf lead students in a Palestinian solidarity protest march.

Walkout for solidarity with Palestine

Clipper staff May 16, 2024

Max Mcclintock “I fully believe in and support Palestine's liberation, I always have for many years. I was looking for opportunities to support here on campus and glad for the opportunity.” Omar...

Welter is now 2-2 with a 3.72 ERA over 36.1 innings.

Trojans win the North after split with Skagit Valley

Sam Whitney, Managing Editor of Content May 14, 2024

For the third time in four seasons, the Trojans have secured a North Region title, and with it a trip to the NWAC Championship Tournament. In a tense weekend series, the team’s first three games against...

(left to right) ASB Senate members Gary Norris, VP of Administration Viola Nguyen and VP of Student Engagement Zoey Rhodes staying behind to help rearrange the classroom.

ASB meets, encourages students to speak up

Jeff Sass, News Editor May 1, 2024

Sitting in on a student government meeting doesn’t sound like a whole lot of fun. However, it can be quite informative about how certain aspects of the campus are managed. The April 19 meeting began...

Student Haile Telford potting their complementary succulent.

Succulent sensation takes over the Index Lawn

Lucien Sevilla, Staff Reporter May 1, 2024

Succulent Success, a celebration for Earth Day organized by the Trojan Activities Board (TAB), had students lining up under the sun on Tuesday, April 23. “A lot of them don’t know about Earth Day…...

Jamie Curtismith with the colorful centerpiece of her mixed media showcase.

Jamie Curtismith jumps “Off the Frame” in Russell Day Gallery showcase

Stevy Kama, Staff Reporter April 23, 2024

“Off the Frame” is one of the themes of artist Jamie Curtismith’s showcase gallery, currently available for viewing at the Russell Day Art Gallery inside the Cascade Learning Resource Center Mondays...

Devinney is 1-1 in eight games (three starts) with a 3.33 ERA over 27 innings.

Trojans split with Bellevue, secure tiebreaker

Sam Whitney, Managing Editor of Content April 23, 2024

Last month, during a stretch of weekends when Everett played each of their regional opponents twice, they went 8-0. Last weekend, their previous wins paid off. “Having a tiebreaker over every team...

The Trojans offense scored 30 runs on 42 hits over the weekend.

Win streak stretches to eight as Trojans continue regional romp

Sam Whitney, Managing Editor of Content April 8, 2024

The Trojans outhit, outpitched and outplayed their opposition over the weekend, sweeping doubleheaders from Edmonds at home and Skagit Valley on the road. Game one versus Edmonds was as much a showcase...

Campus awaits the candidate that comes out on top.

VP search narrows to three finalists

Sam Whitney, Managing Editor of Content February 7, 2024

The hiring process for EvCC’s newly created Vice President of Strategic Enrollment Management and Student Success position is nearing completion, with the opening likely to be filled by the end of winter...

Pride Center amenities are strewn about the room, just as they were left after the Sept. 13 vandalism.

Safety concerns linger for Pride Center after repeat vandalism

Roland Knatz, News Editor October 18, 2023

Pride Center staff uncovered an unwelcome suprise during the opening week of Fall Quarter. Books from the shelf, student-made decorations, pronoun buttons and hanging lights, among other things, had...

President Chemene Crawford and student speaker Vitalli Shvets at the grand opening on Sept. 28.

A new chapter begins across Broadway

Sam Whitney, Managing Editor of Content October 12, 2023

After a lengthy planning and construction process which spanning a pandemic and multiple delays, the Cascade Learning Resource Center had its grand opening ceremony on Thursday, Sept. 28. “I’ve...

A lone figure looks into every camera lens photographing the police vehicle set ablaze by Margaret Channon.

The Clipper Remembers May 30, 2020

Rick Sinnett, Assistant Editor June 3, 2023

  “It was amazing to capture such a mix of people from different cultures standing up against systemic racism and lethal police practices. Especially during a time when people were afraid to...

HealthCare Job Fair

HealthCare Job Fair

Samuel Cooley, Managing Editor of Digital June 1, 2023

The Healthcare Job Fair, located in Liberty Hall, was held on May 10, 2:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. The event was open to all Everett Community College Students and graduates with free admission: no registration...

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