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

I think that every social media platform has their downfalls and their pros, said student Makaelyn Canell.

TikTok goes the clock for Gen Z’s favorite app

Hailey Warren, Managing Editor of Digital May 20, 2024

It’s no secret that Americans love bite-sized content delivered in personalized feeds. Whether it’s cat videos, live protest footage, fashion inspiration, live debates between average joes or a...

Annabell Elliot Tosses Pie at Flor and Jose Reyes

LSU members take pies to the face for dough

AJ Barrett, Staff Reporter February 7, 2024

Would you take a pie in the face for a good cause? The Latinx Student Union (LSU) took this initiative for their Pie Throwing Fundraiser on Jan. 30 and 31, fundraising for a leadership conference they...

From left to right: Jacob So, Andy Vu, Justin Phengmuang, (unnamed), Manrit Dhaliwal, and Tommy Hong enjoy a friendly game of volleyball.

Enthusiasm lacking for Intramural Sports

Jeff Sass, News Editor January 24, 2024

The word does not seem to be out on intramural sports. Very few students have shown up to the Walt Price Fitness Center to participate in the two hour window set aside each day for intramural (or community)...

The view from outside of the Learning Center. The Learning Center is located across the street from the Walt Price Fitness Center

CCAMPIS Grants Available for EvCC Student Parents

Nefertiti Gilbert, Staff Reporter October 31, 2022

Childcare can be hard to come by. If, by some miracle, you find an opening, the cost is outrageous. To help with both burdens, Everett Community College has multiple grants and programs available for parents...

The CTCLink dashboard that students will see once registered.

CTCLink: Better Than Dial-Up

Kyle Ogle and Joshua Amick November 4, 2021

ctcLink is an update to the backend of college web services that will replace the current infrastructure’s compilation of services. At-present, community colleges rely on a HP (Hewlett-Packard) system...

The Clipper Wins Historic 23 PNAJE Awards

The Clipper Wins Historic 23 PNAJE Awards

Nichole Bascue, Editor-in-Chief June 14, 2021

The Clipper is deeply honored to announce that the Pacific Northwest Association of Journalism Educators has awarded our organization 23 awards for the 2021 PNAJE competition.  This is the most awards...

Educational Paradigm Shift and Its Potential for Growth

Educational Paradigm Shift and Its Potential for Growth

Elena Cervantes, Staff Writer June 14, 2021

While the online educational platform isn’t always looked at with the same collegiate recognition it deserves, the online forum provides ample opportunities for students. When education is evaluated...

Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

Resources and Support for Veterans at EvCC

Joshua Amick, Editor in Chief June 13, 2021

As a veteran, I know how difficult it is to find the answers to your questions when dealing with the The United States Department of Veteran Affairs.  After being at the school for a year now, my firsthand...

Pride celebration from 2017.

Pride Month: History, Allyship and Local Celebrations

Madelyn Olson, Managing Editor Of Digital June 9, 2021

June is LGBTQIA+ Pride Month, and virtual and select in-person events are taking place all month to celebrate and recognize the impact queer individuals have had on history and culture.  History While...

On-Campus Personal Safety Guide

Nichole Bascue, Editor-in-Chief June 3, 2021

As EvCC transitions to more in-person classes, personal safety goes beyond COVID-19 protocols. All campuses can experience crime, and EvCC is no different. One of the best defense tools for students is...

Malcolm X during at interview for civil rights on Jan. 1, 1964.

Malcolm X Day Through A Modern Lens

Matthew Dollison, Staff Writer May 21, 2021

Popular civil rights activist Malcolm X is celebrated with a holiday on May 21. Our diversity and equity center inspired by him will hold a black excellence commemoration featuring guest speaker David...

City Of Everett Firefighters take a rest from fighting the fire.

Clipper Flashback: 1987 Fire

Kyle Ogle, Editor May 1, 2021

On Feb. 16, 1987 a 3-alarm fire broke out in Cascade Hall at Everett Community College. Hours after the fire had started a security guard felt guilt for not closing a window in the library, where the fire...

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