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

The student news site of Everett Community College in Everett, Washington

The Clipper

Students take a picture with the EvCC Trojan mascot.

EvCC Student Life Hosts Trojan Kick Off Event

Benjamin Eyman, Editor In Chief September 30, 2022

The sounds of a DJ playing music, group photos, and students playing volleyball returned to EvCC on Tuesday, September 27th when EvCC student life hosted its quarter kick-off event.  Students gathered...

Fish Oil is a vital omega-3 fatty acid need in our daily diet.

Are EVCC Students Getting Enough Vitamins?

Logan Bruss, Staff Writer June 16, 2022

Vitamin deficiency is far more common than one might believe. A study done by the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition analyzed the diets of multiple athletes and it was found that...

Man holding Pride flag at Capitol Hill Seattle WA

What is pride month and why is it important

Monica Mora, Staff Writer June 15, 2022

June 1st through 30th is a time used to celebrate pride month, not only to celebrate pride but to also honor the uprising of Stonewall. LGBTQ+ individuals and allies come together to celebrate love and...

Ken Johnson, medal-winning wheelchair athlete

Athletic Hall of Fame dinner

Sam Cooley, Staff Writer June 14, 2022

EvCC celebrated the Athletic Hall of Fame for 2020, 2021 and 2022. Athletes and coaches were inducted at a dinner on Thursday, June 9, 2022 and was held at Walt Price Student Fitness Center on campus from...

Outside Lake Tye Building

What’s Next for EvCC’s East County Campus

Sam Cooley, Staff Writer May 24, 2022

EvCC’s East County Campus is something that many don’t even know exist. Though it’s been closed for a while now, it’s important for students to know all of their options for where to take classes....

Capital Projects Timeline

Capital Projects Timeline

Roland Knatz, Staff Writer May 21, 2022

EvCC announced major construction projects. With additional plans of demolishing two landmark buildings changing the landscape of campus for 2022 and 2023. Cascade Learning Center Projects announced...

Parks Café sits empty, awaiting the return of food services.

Campus Cafés Face Challenges Reopening

Jordan Mowday, Staff Writer May 20, 2022

Touted on the campus website as “an airy cafeteria with large windows, an espresso stand, and seating for more than 300 to eat, study, and socialize,” what is Parks Café being used for as of late?...

Index Hall before its demolition. The location of where the proposed greenhouse was originally supposed to be.

All you Need to Know About the Greenhouse Project

Aiden Luhr, Staff Writer May 18, 2022

A greenhouse was scheduled to be implemented this year at EvCC. Unfortunately it has been postponed until 2023, but what exactly prompted this decision? Dean of Student Development Jennifer Rhodes’...

I’m Stressed, Help!

I’m Stressed, Help!

Monica Mora, Staff Writer May 14, 2022

Across the nation there is a growing issue of stress affecting students, according to the American Institute of Stress eight in 10 college students experience frequent bouts of stress and ​​it was...

The Finest Feast On Campus

The Finest Feast On Campus

Gerard Millman, Social Media Manager May 13, 2022

Bellowing from the depths of Monte Cristo Hall, a frenzied summoning of culinary deliciousness was taking place. Like a plume of spice and smoke, the spellbinding scent of Eastern European cooking spewed...

Threatening emails have been sent to four different local colleges

Emailed Threat Leads to EvCC Closure

Lilyan Beck, Manager of Content May 10, 2022

Early Monday morning a threatening email sent to multiple EvCC offices caused a campus lockdown and closure. The lockdown began around 7:30am and was lifted by 9:30am. All classes and activities were canceled...

Online Zoom meetings are still an option for students who prefer to stay home.

How Have Online Classes Become Preferred Over In Person?

Logan Bruss, Staff Writer May 4, 2022

Two years ago, online school was viewed as more of an inconvenience, many students had grown accustomed to a routine without school. They’d gotten jobs, hung out with friends, and started to explore...

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