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

New Editor-in-Chief, Josh Amick, 2021-22.

Letter From the Incoming Editor-in-Chief

Joshua Amick, Staff Writer June 18, 2021

With the spring quarter coming to an end, I am honored to be named the new Editor-in-Chief. After spending this last year in an online-only class setting, I am looking forward to returning to campus in...

Editor-in-Chief, Nichole Bascue

Outgoing Letter From the 2020-21 Editor-in-Chief

Nichole Bascue, 2020-2021 EIC June 18, 2021

Is it harder to say hello or good-bye? Writing my incoming editor letter, I was still in awe at getting the position and nervous about continuing the level of excellence and care previous Editor-in-Chief’s...

2020-21 Managing Editor of Digital Madelyn Olson.

Outgoing Letter From 2020-21 Managing Editor of Digital

Madelyn Olson, 2020-2021 Managing Editor of Digital June 18, 2021

I entered my second year on The Clipper unsure. Unsure of my abilities, unsure of this career path, and unsure of who I was. Throughout the year as I delved into writing articles on women's issues,...

The Clipper Wins Historic 23 PNAJE Awards

The Clipper Wins Historic 23 PNAJE Awards

Nichole Bascue, 2020-2021 EIC 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...

Masking for a Friend

Masking for a Friend

Xavior Crowley, Staff Writer June 12, 2021

Across the country vaccinations are rising and states are lifting mandates following the CDC’s safety update. With enthusiasm of seeing the light of the pandemic coming to an end, the opportunity to...

EvCC Resources for Navigating the Workforce

EvCC Resources for Navigating the Workforce

Matthew Dollison, Staff Writer June 11, 2021

An uneasy job market, due in part to COVID-19, has left current graduates staring down an unpredictable economic future.  “College graduates are seeing a dramatic loss in opportunity,” says...

Pride celebration from 2017.

Pride Month: History, Allyship and Local Celebrations

Madelyn Olson, 2020-2021 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...

Students expressed feelings of stress and being overwhelmed.

Science Students Left Behind, Teachers Blame the Online Learning

Patrick Haenelt, Staff Writer June 9, 2021

As this first full school year during the Covid era finishes, we are presented with a chance to look back on how everything went during these unprecedented times.  One of the main things that stands...

On-Campus Personal Safety Guide

Nichole Bascue, 2020-2021 EIC 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...

The Gary Parks firefighter memorial near EvCC's Parks Student Union building.

Truth Survives the Flames

Colin Burns, Staff Writer May 12, 2021

Some secrets can be uncovered, but others are lost forever. For 34 years the identity of the arsonist responsible for the destruction of a life and a community’s heart remained a secret to the general...

One Everett campaign to spread positivity and encouragement.

Support at the Storefront

Xavior Crowley, Staff Writer May 4, 2021

County and city leaders, and patrons weigh-in on supporting small businesses as Snohomish County faces possible regression to Phase-2 restrictions. Fluctuating limitations are impacting all communities,...

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