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EvCC International Club

 a sphere decorated by many national flags, it shows diversity on the earth

Toshiki Yanagiya, Staff Writer

February 21, 2017

The Lunar New Year event ended in great success with a large audience and performers hosted by EvCC’s International Club. The International Club is organized by a group of international students.  They plan events through the meeting by themselves to deepen understanding of each culture and introduc...

There is More to Winter than Christmas

Htun celebrating cleansing winter holiday to ring in the new year dressed in traditional Burmese attire.

Nathan Senff, Staff Writer

November 28, 2016

The sun rises on a beautiful winter day in Myanmar. The day goes like this for George Htun, a Burmese student at EvCC. Splashing of water hits the traditional clothing of the people and loud singing and screaming arises from down the street. The whole city seems to be awake, ready to start the day off with a party. The party that starts today is a wint...

War on Poverty

Kesia Ceniceros-TRiO Associate Dean. Ceniceros is an alumni of TRiO Support Services at Northern Arizona University. She worked with TRiO for nine years.

Janice Hamilton, Staff Writer

October 28, 2016

  The TRiO program was the product of Lyndon B. Johnson’s war on poverty. Here at EvCC, TRiO launched its 2016-17 fiscal year with a meet and greet, games, gifts and food this past September.  There are currently 260 members benefiting from the TRiO program. “TRiO is an amazing group...

Finding the Help you Need

The Pride Center located in Parks Student Union near the cafeteria.  They have resources for all students, specifically centered around the LGBTQIA+ community

Alexis Jones, Managing Editor-Digital

October 12, 2016

Getting the help you need to thrive in college is important to being successful. Around campus there are many places offering help to people from all walks of life. The Diversity and Equity Center and The Pride Center, located in Parks Student Union, are two places always looking to offer a helping hand...

Large Crowds of EvCC Students Attend Trump Rally in Lynden

Jose Sierra (left) Jaime Zaragoza, Jose Mariscal and Juan Carlos Macias hold signs of protest at the Trump rally in Lynden, WA on May 7, 2016.

Sergio Huacuja, Staff Writer

May 30, 2016

Donald Trump brought out many supporters and protesters on May 7 in Lynden, Washington. Lynden was Trump’s last stop in Washington, after being in Spokane earlier that day for another rally.   Three protesters were arrested while blocking a road in an attempt to prevent Trump from arriving...

JAMAF: Highlights of the Festival

  Zack Davisson’s comic, “Narrow Road”. This is a collaboration between Mark Morse, an artist, and Davisson. According to www.thegatelessgate.com, “Their goal is to blend these traditions of philosophy, folklore, and storytelling into an exciting journey of two friends.”

Abby Tutor, Staff Writer

May 23, 2016

EvCC students took advantage of a  tour of the Nishiyama garden, Japanese tea tastings, a cosplay parade and more at this past weekend’s Japanese Anime and Manga Arts Festival. The festival was in the Jackson Center, Gray Wolf Hall and the Nippon Business Institute which is located near Wetmore...

Burning Bras Done Right

Student Jose Sierra showing his support to the feminist cause and his friends.

John Gallagher, Staff Writer

May 12, 2016

Burning bras is so cliché, that’s why "Speak Like a Girl" burns tampons instead. A feminist poet duo that calls themselves "Speak Like a Girl" came to EvCC in April, and they came with a message. The two poets, Megan Falley and Olivia Gatwood, do an hour-long, interactive, feminist show t...

Cinco de Mayo, Not Drinko de Mayo

Sergio Huacuja, Staff Writer

May 5, 2016

Cinco de Mayo, for many Americans, is a time to drink and make merry. Controversy aside, just what is Cinco de Mayo? For starters, it is not, as some revelers think, Mexico's equivalent to the American Fourth of July. Cinco de Mayo, or May 5, commemorates the Mexican Army’s 1862 victory over...

Students of Color Conference

Monica Aguilera, Managing Editor-Print

April 19, 2016

40 students from EvCC will join other community college students at the Students of Color Conference in Yakima, Washington on April 21-23. This year’s theme is “this is our time, truth redefined.” At this conference, students will have the chance to attend a variety of workshops focused on five...

Foreign Film and Philosophy Festival

John Gallagher, Staff Writer

April 19, 2016

The Humanities Alliance, with support of the Global Education Initiative, is hosting a screening of international lineup of films, over the next five Tuesday evenings, with philosophy instructor Mike VanQuickenborne. After each film there will be discussions of what you watched. The event is free...

Protests, Sleep Deprivation and Community

The EvCC MEChA Family. Top Row: Irvin Enriquez, Jose Martinez (Adviser), Sergio Barrera, Alfredo Diaz, Ruben Valdillez, Sergio Huacuja, Jaime Zaragoza. Bottom Row: Miriam Zaragoza, America Martinez, Jessica Ordaz, Kaya George, Leticia Aparicio.

Sergio Huacuja, Staff Writer

April 18, 2016

Waking up early, arriving two hours prior to depart, still missing the flight because we waited in line for more than one hour and a half to check in.   This is a recount of my journey to MEChA's National Conference in Tucson, Arizona.  MEChA de EvCC is "a student-led organization that promotes higher...

R.I.S.E of Education Done Differently

Conference attendants and presenters eating lunch and talking during the break.

John Gallagher, Staff Writer

April 14, 2016

One of this world’s greatest gifts is the gift to learn. But, sometimes that is easier said than done, and not everyone can take the same route to further their education. That’s why the students of EvCC took action. EvCC held the third annual Resilient Intellectuals Seeking Equity (R.I.S.E) Conference...