Staying Focused and Motivated: EvCC Students Share Advice

Staying Focused and Motivated: EvCC Students Share Advice

Sydney Jackson, Staff Writer

May 22, 2020

No matter the educational pathway, most EvCC students share a goal: graduating from college. School-life balance can be difficult to achieve, especially with elements outside one’s control. The ability to complete schoolwork is imperative to success and students are coming up with creative, person...

EvCC Students Cut Back on Screen Time

EvCC Students Cut Back on Screen Time

Nichole Bascue, Staff Writer

May 21, 2020

With social distancing continuing in Washington, EvCC students seem unable to get away from screens even when they want to. For some students fortunate enough to still be working, they may be doing so remotely. They’re communicating with their family and friends via Zoom and trying to entertain th...

Breastfeeding in Public

“We’re thrilled to support breastfeeding mamas at Everett Community College,” says Mamava Co-founder and CEO Sascha Mayer.

Daniel Albert, Editor-in-Chief

March 4, 2020

Last quarter a $23,000 state-of-the-art lactation space was installed on the first floor of White Horse Hall (WHH). The newly designed lactation pod was built and installed by the company, Mamava. Based out of Burlington, Vermont, Mamava celebrates and supports the 21st century breastfeeding mama on-the-g...

Eating Cheap and Healthy: Three Recipes for College Students

Eating Cheap and Healthy: Three Recipes for College Students

Dayna Strecker, Staff Writer

February 27, 2020

This video shows how to make three different easy, cheap, and healthy recipes. 1) PEANUT BUTTER CHOCOLATE OVERNIGHT OATS Ingredients 3/4 cup dairy free milk 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract 1/2 tablespoon maple syrup (add more if you'd like it a little sweeter) 1 tablespoon peanut butter ...

Scenic Parks and Trails

The Everett Arboretum and Gardens sits on 3.5 acres. It features 10 themed gardens with trees, sculptures and a gazebo.

Jessica Kupcake, Staff Writer

February 25, 2020

The new year brings new goals and new resolutions for a healthier lifestyle. “The past 15 years of exercise science has demonstrated that the most profound aspects of physical activity are in the ways that physical activity affects the brain and the entire nervous system,” said Dr. Dennis Dilday, chiropr...

Food Therapy for the Flu

Ginger cola and ginger tea with honey are common home remedies in China for the flu.

Dongmei Liang, Staff Writer

February 21, 2020

Winter is a season of frequent colds. For international students living alone, getting sick can be a very serious matter. Instead of running to the pharmacy to read about side effects on the back of a box of cold medicine, many international students turn to the comfort of the cold remedies that they gre...

Owning Your Sexuality

EvCC student Payton Knudson says, “High school was a time of testing the waters for most kids.”

Madelyn Olson, Assistant Editor

February 20, 2020

It’s scribbled on the doors of bathroom stalls. It’s carved into desks. It’s passed through high school hallways in whispered tones. It grabs hold of reputations and rips them to shreds. It is used to shame women for their sexuality. It is the word slut and the idea that girls can’t be sexu...

Sustainability Projects Made Possible by the Green Fee

Recycle and landfill waste bins can be located throughout EvCC campus.

Maxwell Morgan, Staff Writer

February 13, 2020

Everett Community College’s Green Fee Committee is currently reviewing proposals to fund student led sustainable projects on campus.  Molly Beeman, EvCC’s Sustainability and Space Manager, writes in a post from the EvCC Sustainability blog that the student Green Fee budget was approved by the ASB senate ...

Recycled Fashion: The Thrifting Trend

The interior of Value Village thrift store located in Lynwood off of State Route 99.

Dzenita Musabegovic, Social Media Manager

February 11, 2020

By now, everyone has heard the phrase “thrifting” and about how it’s good for saving money and finding some great, unique pieces. However, we fail to talk about how good it is for the environment as well.   Fast fashion is just one of the major causes of pollution around the world. Accordin...

Lime Scooters: Alternative Transportation in Everett

Lime scooters parked on the corner of Colby and Hewitt in Everett. “They are heavier than I expected and a little wobbly at first but I really like Lime scooters,” said Madison Efaw, an EvCC nursing student.

Jane Bowman, Staff Writer

November 27, 2019

They are parked along curbs, along the streets, near bus stops, businesses and recently, they can be found near the campus of Everett Community College. They are the green dockless electric scooters for rent, owned by a micro-mobility company named Lime. Earlier this year, 100 scooters arrived in E...

Holiday Cooking with an EvCC Student

Holiday Cooking with an EvCC Student

Madelyn Olson, Assistant Editor

November 21, 2019

On a Budget: Saving Money While in College

EvCC math instructor, Debby Casson, sits at her desk while sharing tips on how college students can save money.

Daniela Lopez, Staff Writer

November 20, 2019

When handling money, students have a decisive factor in meeting their daily needs, facing unexpected emergencies, and in taking advantage of the opportunities presented to them. Being a college student implies having a great responsibility, especially when decisions are made to study far from home. The...