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Modern Séance: Searching for a Connection

Séances are believed to be most effective in the dark, with candles an only source of light.

Sydney Jackson, 2020-2021 Managing Editor of Content

October 30, 2020

Séances gained popularity in mid-19th century America during the Spiritualist Movement, when many people were open to contacting their loved ones in the afterlife. Mediums claimed to have the ability to communicate with spirits and demonstrate signs of proof: messages from the spiritual realm, levit...

Fighting Procrastination with Dr. Farb

Fighting Procrastination with Dr. Farb

Matthew Dollison, Staff Writer

October 29, 2020

As deadlines creep closer and closer with no one to hold you accountable, it can be easy to let laziness get the upper hand. Fighting the inner resistance to meet your goals can be exceptionally difficult, but fortunately for us, EvCC’s Dr. Beverly Farb of the Communication and Social Sciences Divisio...

Cannabis and College Students: Help or Hindrance?

Cannabis and College Students: Help or Hindrance?

Madelyn Olson, 2020-2021 Managing Editor of Digital

October 28, 2020

It appears that cannabis is here to stay. With states continuing to put legalization on the ballot, the green wave is sweeping the country. College students specifically can’t get enough of the plant: In a report from 2018, the University of Michigan found that cannabis use among U.S. college students...

Update: Vice President of Student Services No Longer with EvCC

Dr. Robert Hill

Nichole Bascue, 2020-2021 EIC

October 15, 2020

Oct. 23 Update:  At the Oct. 16 Trojan Talk, President Daria Willis discussed how EvCC is facing difficult economic circumstances due to previous administration budget decisions exacerbated by COVID-19. One of the effects of this has been a multitude of layoffs throughout the college.  During...

Fall Quarter Q&A With President Willis

President Dr. Daria Willis.

Nichole Bascue, 2020-2021 EIC

October 11, 2020

As EvCC President Willis enters into her second school year she has much to celebrate and even more accomplished. In Spring quarter, President Willis successfully moved nearly all EvCC classes to an online-only format as a safety measure to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Her quick response led to EvCC ...

The Balancing Act

The pandemic has caused both campus and local businesses to close down, leaving students to struggle with uncertainty.

Matthew Dollison, Staff Writer

October 10, 2020

COVID-19 has completely flipped the world on its head. While all students are suffering from the challenges and consequences of trying to adapt to a completely new way of learning, college students, in particular, are struggling with the difficulties of paying for it. The beating the economy has tak...

The Scoop on Student LIFE

The Scoop on Student LIFE

Madelyn Olson, 2020-2021 Managing Editor of Digital

October 9, 2020

The Life of the Notorious R.B.G.

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Rick Sinnett, Assistant Editor

October 8, 2020

On Sept. 18, 2020, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, one of our nation's most influential people in advancing civil rights and equality, succumbed to complications from pancreatic cancer at 87 years old. Her fans knew her as "The Notorious R.B.G." a nickname bestowed upon her in 2013 by ...

Net Gain: Snohomish County Awarded Funds for Salmon Restoration

Small Chinook Salmon swim inside a spawning tank at Harvey Creek Fish Hatchery.

Kyle Ogle, Staff Writer

October 7, 2020

History Washington’s rivers and Puget Sound are home to a fish that defines Western Washington: Salmon. From art at EvCC to the famous fish throwers in Seattle’s Pike Place Market, salmon are an icon for any town located near the Puget Sound. Indigenous people of the Puget Sound region fished for salmon...

Breaking News: Student in EvCC’s Aviation Maintenance Technology Program Tests Positive for COVID-19

Breaking News: Student in EvCC’s Aviation Maintenance Technology Program Tests Positive for COVID-19

Sydney Jackson, 2020-2021 Managing Editor of Content

October 6, 2020

An EvCC student taking in-person classes has tested positive for COVID-19. The student, anonymous, is enrolled in the Aviation Maintenance Technology program hosted at Paine Field, Snohomish County’s airport. “The student last attended class on Thursday, Oct. 1.The student did not attend classes ...

The Clipper’s Declassified Online School Survival Guide

The Clipper's Declassified Online School Survival Guide

Madelyn Olson, 2020-2021 Managing Editor of Digital

September 24, 2020

School is much different than years past, and with the confirmation that EvCC is going to continue remote learning until at least spring, students are finding they need to adjust how they study and learn.  Online classes can be tricky, and there is no shame in relying on advice from peers and frie...

What’s the Deal with Mail-In Voting?

What’s the Deal with Mail-In Voting?

Sydney Jackson, 2020-2021 Managing Editor of Content

September 22, 2020

Today marks National Voter Registration Day, and there is a strong push to make sure you are registered to vote. It may seem as if the reminder looms in every task, from checking social media to glancing at the SUV covered in chalk paint driving by. With the 2020 presidential election nearing, it is almost ...