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Expeditions Abroad: EvCC’s Study Abroad Program

Expeditions Abroad: EvCC’s Study Abroad Program

Michael Sparacio, Staff Writer

February 12, 2018


Filed under Features, News, Recent Stories, Showcase

Humanity has conquered the globe. Over every continent on our little blue planet, you will find monuments to the skill and cunning of our ancestors. The best way to witness the brilliance of humanity is simple: See it for yourself, with the EvCC Study Abroad program. In the past, EvCC has offered a variety of e...

EvCC Students Gather to Create Fishnet Knotting Art

EvCC Students Gather to Create Fishnet Knotting Art

Tristan Newsome, Staff Writer

January 27, 2018


Filed under Features, News, Recent Stories

Students gathered at Whitehorse Hall on Wednesday, Jan. 24th to learn the art of Japanese fishnet knotting from nationally recognized Japanese artist Nitta Koyoko. It was all smiles and busy hands as the students were engaged and excited to be learning the art of fishnet knotting. “(Fishnet knotti...

African Diaspora Club at EvCC Releases Statement on Slave Trade in Libya

African Diaspora Club at EvCC Releases Statement on Slave Trade in Libya

John Yeager, Editor-in-Chief

January 23, 2018


Filed under Culture, News, Recent Stories

The African Diaspora Club (ADC) at EvCC has released a statement in response to the immigrant slave trade occurring in Libya. The ADC detailed there stance by saying, “We…strongly condemn the heinous acts of slave trading happening in Libya. This cannot be happening in the 21st century.” ...

The Humanities Alliance Presents: What is Reality?

The Humanities Alliance Presents: What is Reality?

Derek Williams, Staff Writer

January 23, 2018


Filed under News, Recent Stories

Ever wonder what reality actually is? Well, with the help and support from the office of the Executive Vice President of Instruction and Student Services, the Humanities Alliance will be presenting a series of faculty lectures located in GWH 386-388 from 12:20 - 1:20pm during the following dates: ...

Everett’s Pop Culture Heaven

Everett’s Pop Culture Heaven

Laura Campbell, Social Media Manager

November 30, 2017


Filed under Features, News, Recent Stories, Showcase

The worlds of pop culture combine on Wetmore Avenue. In one room, Godzilla terrorizes the city of Tokyo. Across the way, Deadpool sells chimichangas from his food truck. Radar signals and the deep breathing of Darth Vader can be heard next door on the icy planet of Hoth. Disney princesses surround ...

5 Changes On EvCC’s Horizon

5 Changes On EvCC’s Horizon

John Yeager and Derek Williams

November 30, 2017


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The mid-range and long-range Master Plan is a plan regarding future developments of EvCC’s campus. The plan was adopted in 2014. 1. Learning Resource Center The most hotly debated portion of the Master Plan is the Learning Resource Center (LRC). The center will be available to students for help wit...

EvCC Soccer Makes Playoffs First Time In Five Years

EvCC Soccer Makes Playoffs First Time In Five Years

Connor Roestel, Staff Writer

November 30, 2017


Filed under News, Recent Stories, Showcase, Sports

For the first time in five years, the EvCC Men’s Soccer team qualified for the playoffs. Head Coach Erik Cruz was only in his second year coaching the program. “You could tell from day one these guys were focused. They were on it, and their passing was great,” said Cruz. Cruz had his sights set m...

Why We Can’t Have a Parking Garage

Why We Can’t Have a Parking Garage

Nataya Foss, Managing Editor of Digital

November 28, 2017


Filed under News, Recent Stories

Chances are that if you drive to EvCC, you probably hate parking. Because of this, EvCC students often suggest the idea of a parking garage as a solution to the current problems we have with parking on campus. It might sound like a feasible solution, but it’s not as easy as it seems. To finan...

Reality Check: How Safe Is EvCC?

Reality Check: How Safe Is EvCC?

Kate Agbayani, Staff Writer

November 1, 2017


Filed under News, Recent Stories, Showcase

A student was taken to Providence Hospital the evening of October 5 after sustaining life-threatening injuries which occurred at the intersection of Tower and Waverly Street. A post on Facebook expressed concerns that the injuries sustained may have been caused by a mugging. However, the Everett Polic...

Generating Awareness: Coffee, Cake, & Islam

Laura Campbell, Social Media Manager

October 29, 2017


Filed under Culture, Identity, News, Recent Stories

The Humanities Alliance sponsored an event Thursday, October 26, opening up a conversation about Islam and how the religion is represented. The event covered The Eleven Points, which are eleven principles that True Islam uses to illustrate the peaceful nature of the religion and combat Islamophobia. ...

EvCC Meme Goes Viral: Are Textbook Costs Too High?

EvCC Meme Goes Viral: Are Textbook Costs Too High?

Nataya Foss, Managing Editor of Digital

October 18, 2017


Filed under News, Recent Stories

A meme based on an advertisement at EvCC went viral last week. With over 29,000 shares on one Facebook page and shares on countless other sites, its header comment wrote, “Capitalism be like: Trade blood for access to knowledge” and “This is some dystopian sh*t.” The advertisement, on one of Th...

EvCC Food Pantry Now Open

EvCC Food Pantry Now Open

Nathan Oberg and Nataya Foss

October 12, 2017


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Hungry? EvCC now has its very own food pantry for food-insecure students, staff, and faculty members. The food pantry opened October 3rd. The project was spearheaded by Tina Te, EvCC’s ASB President, and EvCC’s student government division, ‘The Associated Students of Everett Community Coll...

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