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The student news site of Everett Community College in Everett, Washington

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Barry Keoghan as main character Oliver Quick plotting at a dinner party in Saltburn.

Saltburn: Visually Interesting, Shocking?

Hailey Warren, Managing Editor of Digital February 7, 2024

For anyone who's seen a horror movie or a season of "American Horror Story," "Saltburn" could be considered tame. Writer and director Emerald Fennell’s “Saltburn” (2023) follows Oxford student...

The average Stanley mug costs around $40. However, some limited edition mugs have posted online for more than $400.

Should We ‘Stan’ the Stanley?

Hailey Warren, Managing Editor of Digital January 24, 2024

Trends pour in and out of our lives like water, and one trendy product that keeps shifting form is, incidentally, the container we use to hold water. Trending cups have included the classic Starbucks...

Fighting Global Warming-PNW Style.

Early Season Heat Wave Grips Western Washington

Roland Knatz, News Editor May 25, 2023

Students and Staff have found a good reason to escape the classroom this month with sunny weather, an average weekly temperature of 78 degrees and 88 degree highs half way through the month of May. Besides...

Squid Games guards, shown here in loud pink jumpsuits, are treated just as disposably as its players.

REVIEW: Squid Game Is Really Clever Until It Isn’t

Colin Burns, Staff Writer November 17, 2021

It’s ten minutes into Squid Game. Seong Gi-hun has his back to the wall between two yellowed urinals, and a creepy money-lender is holding a bowl to his nose while threatening to harvest blood from his...

The Clipper Tries: Everett Coffee Crawl

Sydney Jackson, Managing Editor of Content January 13, 2021

Owning a small business in 2020 was challenging, with pandemic hurdles around every corner. Many business owners hemorrhaged money out of their own pockets to keep their companies afloat while brainstorming...

Borat is back with some new costumes- and a daughter!

Review of “Borat Subsequent MovieFilm”

Colin Burns, Staff Writer November 2, 2020

Do you remember “Borat”? Of course you do, and so do I. It was one of the most memorable films of my childhood despite being something that a child should probably not be watching. It was one of the...

Wendy (left) and Marty (right) Byrde, played by Laura Linney and Jason Bateman, meet with local law enforcement. The police are onto the Byrdes as soon as they arrive in the Ozarks.

A Review of Netflix’s Dark Crime Drama “Ozark”

Colin Burns, Staff Writer June 11, 2020

Here is another installment of the Clipper’s entertainment column, Quarantine Curator, devoted to finding entertainment to consume while stuck self-quarantining at home.  OPINION: “Ozark”...

Animal Crossing: New Horizons – More Than Just a Game

Crystin Clouser, Staff Writer May 20, 2020

In just a matter of 6 weeks after its release, Animal Crossing: New Horizons has outsold all other Animal Crossing games. Nintendo President Shuntaro Furukawa stated that New Horizons has already surpassed...

Review of The Boys and Watchmen: The Heroes We Deserve

Review of “The Boys” and “Watchmen”: The Heroes We Deserve

Colin Burns, Staff Writer May 18, 2020

Here is another installment of the Clipper’s entertainment column, Quarantine Curator, devoted to finding entertainment to consume while stuck self-quarantining at home.  OPINION: There’s 23...

Joe Exotic, sitting on a throne next to a portrait of himself. According to Joe, his Garold Wayne Exotic Memorial Park in Oklahoma held 176 tigers in captivity.

Liars, Tigers, and Binge-watching, Oh My: A Look at Netflix’s Tiger King

Colin Burns, Staff Writer April 27, 2020

This is the first installment of the Clipper’s new entertainment column, Quarantine Curator, devoted to finding entertainment to consume while stuck self-quarantining at home. First on the list is Netflix’s...

EvCC student, John Roberts, listening to music on his smartphone via headphones on the second floor of White Horse Hall.

Studying and Music: Finding Balance

Emily Larson, Staff Writer February 13, 2020

OPINION: With laptops and tablets, it’s possible to see students studying without paper. Even more normal, however, is to see students studying with headphones.  Audio is a huge part of life today....

“Think” by Simon Blackburn is an example of a book that could be an introduction to philosophy.

Philosophy: The Big Questions and Why You Ought To Ask Them

Colin Burns, Staff Writer November 26, 2019

OPINION: The act of living raises questions that are hard to think about. On a cold fall morning you might look at the warm bacon from the café on your breakfast plate, your delight might turn to discomfort,...

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