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Garbage Can Fire Burns Baker Hall

Garbage Can Fire Burns Baker Hall

Daniel Albert, Editor-in-Chief

June 25, 2019


Filed under News, Recent Stories, Showcase

BAKER HALL -  A fire broke out in a garbage/recycle bin on Saturday June 22, outside Baker Hall charring a section of the brick wall.   According to EvCC Media Relations, Campus Security Officers Ben Thompson and Noah Norfleet responded to the fire alarm call around 4:40 p.m outside Baker Hall ro...

New Abortion Laws Causing Civil Unrest: Know Your Options in Washington State

New Abortion Laws Causing Civil Unrest: Know Your Options in Washington State

Adrienne Plummer, Staff Writer

June 12, 2019


Filed under Community News: Beyond Campus, News, News & Features, Recent Stories, Showcase

Current abortion laws are being overturned in multiple states now and their replacements are creating civil unrest and public backlash across the United States. Washington state has fairly left-of-center abortion laws. Governor Jay Inslee stated in a tweet, “Here are the facts: Reproductive righ...

How Much Does Your College President Make and Why?

How Much Does Your College President Make and Why?

Adrienne Plummer, staff writer

May 23, 2019


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Dr. Daria Willis has been approved for a three-year contract as President at EvCC. Her salary will be $241,000 per year. Presidential salary can vary greatly between different colleges, as shown in the graphs. According to a survey of community college presidents lead by the American Association of Co...

Community Reacts to New Commercial Flights at Paine Field

Community Reacts to New Commercial Flights at Paine Field

Jane Bowman, Staff Writer

May 22, 2019


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It has been over two months since the first commercial flight took off from Paine Field Snohomish County airport. On March 4, 2019, Alaska Airlines boarded one of its Embraer 175 jets with passengers bound for Portland, Oregon. Run by Propeller Airports, the world-class two-gate terminal was designed ...

Mukilteo/Clinton Ferry Terminal Construction Underway: $167 million Allocated to Improve Safety

Mukilteo/Clinton Ferry Terminal Construction Underway: $167 million Allocated to Improve Safety

Sona Porter, Assistant Editor

May 22, 2019


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The Mukilteo/Clinton Ferry service, one of the busiest ferry routes in the state, is getting a new terminal. The ferry service has been around for decades and, according to the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT), serves more than 4.2 million riders every year. The new construction, ...

ASB Votes to Approve New S&A Budget with 2% Increase in Student Fees

ASB Votes to Approve New S&A Budget with 2% Increase in Student Fees

Colin Burns, Staff Writer

May 9, 2019


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The ASB Senate approved a new Services and Activities (S&A) budget last Friday, which would raise student fees and provide more funding for programs like intercollegiate athletics, clubs, and student jobs. ASB VP of Budget Madison Gilbert presented the increase, recommended by the S&A Fee...

Upcoming Projects to Alleviate Snohomish County Traffic

Upcoming Projects to Alleviate Snohomish County Traffic

Rebecca Duffy, Staff Writer

May 1, 2019


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Solutions to traffic congestion on I-5 and other problem areas are in the works here in Snohomish County. Roads will be made safer and bumper-to-bumper traffic will become less of a daily struggle for local commuters when road work is finished. According to the Washington State Department of Transportation c...

Position Filled! Dr. Daria J. Willis Offered Role of New President

Position Filled! Dr. Daria J. Willis Offered Role of New President

Sarah D. Zimmerman, Assistant Editor

April 30, 2019


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Presidential candidate Dr. Daria J. Willis was offered the college presidency by the EvCC board of trustees in a unanimous vote Monday evening during a special board meeting session. The session went into overtime as the board of trustees debated on whom to pick from the candidates, finally decidin...

Index Coming Down, Green Space Going Up

Index Coming Down, Green Space Going Up

Jacob Dickson, Staff Writer

April 28, 2019


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  The Index Hall building will be demolished after the end of this summer quarter. The area Index Hall currently occupies will be seeded for additional grass space and will again be a thriving part of the campus by next spring quarter. This is part of an effort to increase the amount of green space,...

Who Will Be the Next President of the College?

Who Will Be the Next President of the College?

Adrienne Plummer, Staff Writer

April 28, 2019


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After the last of the presidential forums, the board of trustees has a decision to make. Who will be the next president of Everett Community College? Students were given a chance at the forums to ask questions of each candidate and get a feel for how they would lead the school. Dr. Karin E...

Presidential Candidates Visit Campus This Week

Presidential Candidates Visit Campus This Week

Adrienne Plummer, Staff Writer

April 17, 2019


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EvCC is in the final stretch of selecting a new president to replace the retiring President Beyer. EvCC’s board of trustees has done a nationwide search for candidates and has narrowed it down to three potential hires, Dr. Karin Edwards, Dr. Warren Brown, and Dr. Daria J. Willis. ...

Trojans Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach Fired

Brent Pratley, Staff Writer

April 7, 2019


Filed under News, Sports

After two seasons as assistant coach of the women's basketball team, Rob Balderas has been fired. This season was tough for the team. Before the season had started, multiple players had walked away, forcing the Trojans to play with only six players on the roaster. The Clipper was unable to reach any of the p...