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Animal Crossing: New Horizons – More Than Just a Game

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 the projected number of lifetime sales. In six years, Animal Crossing: New Leaf for the Nintendo 3DS s...

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

Review of

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 movies in The Marvel Cinematic Universe with more on the way, and who-cares-how-many in the DC Ext...

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

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.

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 Tiger King. OPINION: An enthralling television show about colorful, vicious and crue...

Studying and Music: Finding Balance

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

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. Look up, chances are there are several people around wearing some form of headphones.  Most s...

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

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

Colin Burns, Assistant Editor

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, and wonder: is it right for me to eat meat? As hundreds of articles flood your Twitter f...

Dick’s Drive-In Celebrates 65 Years: A Photojournalist’s Experience

Dick's Drive-In celebrated it's 65 birthday on Tues. Jan. 29.

Simon Krane, Staff Photographer

January 30, 2019

Name: Dick’s.  Age: 65 years old. Appearance: As slovenly and as edible as any fast food. Hey now, Dick’s is a national Seattle chain with great food. And great at making a basic burger for the masses.  Simon Krane At a pretty good price, too. And Jan. 29 was a specially-priced day as...

Students React to Campus Assaults

EvCC student, Janine Lee

Nathan Blackwell, Staff Writer

November 16, 2018

Clipper Staff Writer Nathan Blackwell asks EvCC students for their reactions to the recent campus assaults. To read the original article about the campus assaults, click here.   Are you aware of the sexual assaults that happened on campus earlier this quarter? "I've actually only heard o...

Listen Up! A Review: Miley Cyrus’s “Younger Now”

Katja Wahl, Managing Editor of Visual

October 22, 2017

With such a strong past in the media’s spotlight, Miley Cyrus has evolved in front of our eyes. In 2001 Miley hit the screen alongside her dad in the television series “Doc”. Her father, Billy Ray Cyrus, was originally cast on the show which is what led Miley to want to act and obtain her firs...

Fenty Beauty: Is it Worth the Hype?

Student Lilas Mekinawe wearing the primer, foundation in “450” and highlighter in “Trophy Wife”

Anthony Murray, Staff Writer

October 6, 2017

Unless you’ve been living under a rock this past month, you probably know that Rihanna launched her own makeup line called Fenty Beauty (Fenty is her last name) on September 8th. Since its announcement earlier this year, Rihanna fans and beauty gurus alike were ecstatic to see what kind of products th...

This is Not About Politics

Adam Householder is a former Army Sargent and Iraq War combat Veteran.

Adam Householder, Staff Writer

June 1, 2017

The appointment of Retired Army General H. R. McMaster to the position of U.S. National Security Advisor was a decision that had been applauded by members spanning the entire political spectrum, and rightfully so.  McMaster has a long, illustrious and honorable military career.  One, by every measure, of impermeable qualificat...

The Cohen Brothers are Back: “Hail, Caesar!”

George Clooney as Baird Whitlock and company bring a refreshing performance as actors playing actors

Nathan Milburn, Staff Writer

February 18, 2016

The Cohen brothers are back in action with their newest film in their impressive resume "Hail, Caesar!" Josh Brolin, George Clooney and a lengthy list of star studded actors are playing actors in the in this love letter to 1950’s cinema. "Hail, Caesar!" is about a star actor being kidnapped by one...

Panic! at the Disco’s newest album “Death of a Bachelor.”

Brendan Urie channels his inner demon in the electric song “Emperor’s New Clothes.

Nathan Milburn, Staff Writer

February 18, 2016

Where to even begin with this? To set the stage in the last year, two more members have left Panic! at the Disco, leaving only the lead vocalist Brendon Urie remaining. With bands (even the great ones) having a spotlight shelf life, many were skeptical as to what direction Panic! would head towards....