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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

Campus awaits the candidate that comes out on top.

VP Search Narrows to Three Finalists

Sam Whitney, Managing Editor of Content February 7, 2024

The hiring process for EvCC’s newly created Vice President of Strategic Enrollment Management and Student Success position is nearing completion, with the opening likely to be filled by the end of winter...

Baker Hall on a rainy day with rust and wear readily apparent.

Departments Shift as Development Grinds Forward

Devin Culver, Social Media Manager January 24, 2024

Across campus, most buildings are bustling with students and staff. For two buildings, Monte Cristo and Baker Hall, this is not the case. Classes and departments have gradually been moved out of the...

A summary of where EvCC gets money from.

New Budget Approved, Tuition Remains Unaffected

Sam Whitney, Managing Editor of Content November 14, 2023

Budget is served for the fiscal year of June 2023 to July 2024. The Board of Trustees approved the budget plan in October, later in the year than is typical. Usually, the budget is balanced in June...

Early schematics for the potential pedestrian bridge.

Concerns Loom for Potential Broadway Bridge as Resource Center Opens

Elizabeth Labrum, Staff Reporter November 14, 2023

Despite several years of concerns, the new 52-million-dollar Learning Resource Center (LRC) remains bridgeless, deterring access for a variety of students and pedestrians. The college has been working...

Edgar Monroy-Hernandez

EvCC Student Missing For Two Months

Daniel Combs, Staff Reporter November 13, 2023

EvCC student Edgar Monroy-Hernandez, 25, was reported missing on Sept. 21. He was a fourth-year student and near graduation, his mother said. Edgar's mother, Olmi Hernandez, said she last saw her...

Pride Center amenities are strewn about the room, just as they were left after the Sept. 13 vandalism.

Safety Concerns Linger for Pride Center after Repeat Vandalism

Roland Knatz, News Editor October 18, 2023

Pride Center staff uncovered an unwelcome suprise during the opening week of Fall Quarter. Books from the shelf, student-made decorations, pronoun buttons and hanging lights, among other things, had...

President Chemene Crawford and student speaker Vitalli Shvets at the grand opening on Sept. 28.

A New Chapter Begins Across Broadway

Sam Whitney, Managing Editor of Content October 12, 2023

After a lengthy planning and construction process which spanning a pandemic and multiple delays, the Cascade Learning Resource Center had its grand opening ceremony on Thursday, Sept. 28. “I’ve...

Mr Skarr shows a Electronic Control System

A.I. Ethics

Jeff Sass, News Editor July 10, 2023

Artificial Intelligence, commonly referred to as A.I., is now capable of generating content based on a simple phrase or image. Being a new technology, the ethics surrounding its use are still up for debate. The...

A lone figure looks into every camera lens photographing the police vehicle set ablaze by Margaret Channon.

The Clipper Remembers May 30, 2020

Rick Sinnett, Assistant Editor June 3, 2023

  “It was amazing to capture such a mix of people from different cultures standing up against systemic racism and lethal police practices. Especially during a time when people were afraid to...

Foundation Benefit Breakfast Brings Scholarships

Foundation Benefit Breakfast Brings Scholarships

Allison Ungren, Editor-in-Chief May 22, 2023

The Benefit Breakfast hosted by the EvCC Foundation raised $105,000 to support student scholarships, college programs and other financial necessities. The event was held on April 18 in the Walt Price Student...

The house fire damaged most of the building and two vehicles that were underneath the deck.

Fire Frightens Residents of Silver Lake

Jerrilyn Brower, Art Director May 8, 2023

A home caught fire on the morning of Monday, May 8. Everett Police and Fire responded to calls about the fire at 11221 East Ibberson Dr in Silver Lake. No one was inside the home at the time of the fire,...

Student Ambassador Shafiyyah Alqudsi displaying items offered at the Food Pantry.

Food Pantry Struggles With Stock and Keeping the Door Open

Jeff Sass, News Editor April 30, 2023

EvCC’s Food Pantry is experiencing a supply shortage due to infrequent donations. “The main challenge we face is getting food donations frequently that meet the needs of students,” said ASB Vice...

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