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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

Switch-hitting catcher Nate Davis has appeared in seven of the teams first eight games.

Trojans Stumble at Home Versus Sasquatch

Sam Whitney, Managing Editor of Content February 26, 2024

The Trojans won their fifth straight contest in game one of their doubleheader against Spokane on Saturday, taking the contest 9-2. Following a 1-2-3 first inning featuring two strikeouts by Everett...

“Asking a librarian their favorite book is like asking a painter what their favorite color is. Too many gorgeous hues to choose from, said Librarian for Cataloging and Acquisition, Heather Jean Uhl.

Dewey Really Know What the Library Has to Offer?

Daniel Combs, Staff Reporter February 20, 2024

By now, most are aware of the library's move across Broadway to the Cascade Learning Resource Center (CLRC). That said, few people seem to know what the staff offers in terms of aid and library services. Marianne...

Lijiao Serven answering questions during New Year trivia.

EvCC Welcomes Year of the Dragon

Devin Culver, Social Media Manager February 20, 2024

The walls were decorated with red banners and branches of yellow peach blossoms with red envelopes tied to them. Students and their families gathered around tables covered by red and yellow tablecloths....

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...

Ole Borstad & Isaac Buse eating Vietnamese pho at the Feasts of Asia event.

Building Community in the Kitchen

Scott Bowhall, Staff Reporter February 7, 2024

In a celebration of cultural diversity and culinary excellence, the Community Kitchen Club recently held an event called "Feasts of Asia” that aimed to bring students and staff together over fresh cooked...

Textbooks, 12-step program literature and coins that represent time spent in recovery.

Second Chances Through Recovery

Daniel Combs, Staff Reporter February 7, 2024

The opioid crisis is all around us. It’s in the streets outside the school, it’s in the alleyways behind the places we shop, and it’s scattered throughout the neighborhoods where we live. At times,...

Annabell Elliot Tosses Pie at Flor and Jose Reyes

LSU Members Take Pies to the Face for Dough

AJ Barrett, Staff Reporter February 7, 2024

Would you take a pie in the face for a good cause? The Latinx Student Union (LSU) took this initiative for their Pie Throwing Fundraiser on Jan. 30 and 31, fundraising for a leadership conference they...

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...

Eems engaged the audience with commanding stage presence.

Eems Throws Audience Through a Loop

Devin Culver, Social Media Manager February 7, 2024

Singer/songwriter and live loop artist Eems wowed his audience when he performed in the Jackson Conference Center on Wednesday, Jan. 31. The hour-long concert was organized by the Trojan Activities Board. Eems,...

Holding out Hope for the New Year

Holding out Hope for the New Year

Jeff Sass, News Editor February 6, 2024

Now that 2023 is in life's rearview mirror, many are optimistic for what the new year has in store. The majority of opinions around campus agreed that 2023 concluded poorly. Students were eager to share...

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...

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...

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