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

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...

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...

Emerson at Phi Theta Kappa event (Courtesy of PTK)

Calvin Emerson: Honors Society Vice President

Roland Knatz, Staff Writer April 30, 2022

After years of advocacy, a lifetime of self-reflection and one letter of invitation, EvCC’s chapter of the International Honor Society has elected Calvin Emerson as a Division 4 Vice President of the...

New Interim President Dr. Darrell L. Cain  stands with the EvCC Girls Basketball Team.

EvCC Meets Interim President Dr. Darrel L. Cain

Benjamin Eyman, Editor In Chief March 17, 2022

Everett Community College’s new interim president, Dr. Darrell L. Cain, has taken office and is looking to make an impact right away. Dr. Cain joins EvCC from Pierce College Puallyup and will serve in...

Snohomish County tries to ensure that the ELC will not be closed.

Breaking News: Snohomish County Seeks To Prevent ELC’s Closure

Calvin Emerson, Staff Writer February 15, 2022

Snohomish County has offered to provide funding to the Early Learning Center, according to recently uncovered letters sent to both former president Daria Willis and current acting president Joseph Whalen....

Cedar Hall, following the automobile incident that occurred on February 7th, 2022. Red tape protects a scene on carved-up dirt and trampled trees.

Breaking News: Automobile Incident Disrupts Life At Cedar Hall

Calvin Emerson, Staff Writer February 10, 2022

Monday evening, an automobile crashed into the front entrance of EvCC’s Cedar Hall. Thankfully, nobody was injured in the incident, but due to structural damage to the building’s exterior, Cedar Hall’s...

Cascade Learning Resource Center Makes Tangible Progress

Cascade Learning Resource Center Makes Tangible Progress

Calvin Emerson, Staff Writer January 23, 2022

If you end up taking a leisurely walk to the east side of campus anytime soon, you’ll likely end up spotting a large cube of intertwining metal in the distance, with a gigantic yellow crane looming over...

Breaking News: New EvCC Interim President

Breaking News: New EvCC Interim President

Lilyan Beck, Manager of Content January 19, 2022

At the Jan. 18 Board of Trustees meeting, it was announced that EvCC’s new interim president would be Dr. Darrell Cain. Since Dr. Daria Willis left EvCC to join the Howard Community College team,...

A pro-union sign, protesting the proposed closure of ELC, at the on-campus rally on November 30th.

Breaking News: Staff Unions Rally Against ELC Outsourcing

Calvin Emerson, Staff Writer December 2, 2021

EvCC’s staff and faculty members gathered on-campus yesterday evening at the Jackson Center to represent the union known as the “American Federation Of County Municipal Employees” (AFCME) and to...

EvCC Campus

Breaking News: Sexual and Physical Assault on Campus

Lilyan Beck, Managing Editor of Digital November 6, 2021

An early morning alert was sent out to the students of EvCC on Nov. 3, regarding a reported sexual and physical assault. The assault was alleged to have happened in the early morning of Oct. 25 around...

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...

Patient getting bandage from health care professional after getting an injection.

Mandatory Vaccines VS EVCC Faculty

Nate Feaster, Staff Writer October 29, 2021

Oct. 18 marked the deadline for many state and higher education employees including Everett Community College faculty to be fully vaccinated and apply for exemption, or risk losing their job. It has...

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