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The Secret to Getting Textbooks for Cheaper

Kate Agbayani, Staff Writer

November 21, 2017


Filed under Recent Stories, Tips and Tricks

The prices of textbooks have increased by 73 percent since 2006. With tuition fees also on the rise, the high costs of textbooks can financially hurt students. In order to combat this financial wound, students here at EvCC have given alternative options on where to buy or rent more affordable...

10 Hit Songs You Missed from 2017

Anthony Murray, Staff Writer

November 21, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Recent Stories

Disco Tits- Tove Lo          Released in early September with little commercial success, this song by the “Habits (Stay High)” singer has been absolutely overlooked. With a beat that would make even Oscar the Grouch dance and fun, provocative lyrics, Tove Lo absolutely outdid herse...

Food Trucks on Campus

Food Trucks on Campus

Nataya Foss, Managing Editor of Digital

November 13, 2017


Filed under Recent Stories

Your food options on campus after 3:30 pm are no longer limited to Clif bars from the student bookstore or heading all the way down to Subway. Two new food trucks will be close to the covered area outside Gray Wolf Hall after 3:30 until 7:00 pm, rotating Mondays through Thursdays. Polish cuisine “S...

Behind the Wheel

Behind the Wheel

Derek Williams, Staff Writer

November 2, 2017


Filed under Picture This, Recent Stories

Colton Corden, a student at EvCC, rolls onto campus on a unique set of wheels. Corden drives an imported Skyline R32, a popular Japanese tuner beast. However, Corden’s acquisition of the car wasn’t easy. “I reached out to a guy by the name of Carlos Noriega, he currently lives in Japan and owns ...

Open Up Shop: New Bakery in Everett

Open Up Shop: New Bakery in Everett

Edith Chun, Staff Writer

November 2, 2017


Filed under Features, Recent Stories

Everett is home to a multitude of bakeries, coffee shops, and cafes. It seems like a new business opens up every week. Choux Choux Bakery is among these new places to grab a bite to eat. Located at 2900 Grand Ave in Everett, the bakery is only about a 10-minute drive from EvCC. They’re open every...

Reality Check: How Safe Is EvCC?

Reality Check: How Safe Is EvCC?

Kate Agbayani, Staff Writer

November 1, 2017


Filed under News, Recent Stories, Showcase

A student was taken to Providence Hospital the evening of October 5 after sustaining life-threatening injuries which occurred at the intersection of Tower and Waverly Street. A post on Facebook expressed concerns that the injuries sustained may have been caused by a mugging. However, the Everett Polic...

Student LIFE’s $800,000 Self-Financed Remodel

Student LIFE’s $800,000 Self-Financed Remodel

Nataya Foss, Managing Editor of Digital

November 1, 2017


Filed under Recent Stories, Showcase

The Student LIFE center recently moved back into its $800,000 newly-remodeled space, which they budgeted for over 7 years. Student LIFE (Leadership, Inclusion, Fun, and Engagement), manages student government, student events, sports, the Club Hub, the Welcome Center, student programming, club fairs, and...

Within an Hour: Day Trips Less Than an Hour Away

Within an Hour: Day Trips Less Than an Hour Away

Laura Campbell, Social Media Manager

November 1, 2017


Filed under Recent Stories, Showcase, Tips and Tricks

Not everyone can travel far for a weekend trip, especially college students. There are plenty of opportunities to explore within an hour of driving from Everett Community College. This month we're featuring Mukilteo as our go-to. Mukilteo Lighthouse and Park The Lighthouse and Gift Shop are open on the we...

EvCC Students Make a Difference

EvCC Students Make a Difference

Inessa Grishchenko, Staff Writer

October 31, 2017


Filed under Features, Recent Stories

Five EvCC students are working hard to provide Christmas gifts to low-income families of Snohomish County. Calling themselves “The Wish List,” these students are partnering with Christmas House to hold a toy and book drive in Grey Wolf Hall and throughout Everett. “Our goal is for every child ...

How This EvCC Student Fell in Love Volleyball

Katja Wahl, Managing Editor of Visuals

October 31, 2017


Filed under Features, Recent Stories

Finding the balance between sports, school and a social life is something that takes a special skill to master. But Hayley Hansen has managed to do just that. “At first, I wasn’t interested (in volleyball),” Hansen said. “My best friend convinced me to try out for the team. I have loved voll...

Generating Awareness: Coffee, Cake, & Islam

Laura Campbell, Social Media Manager

October 29, 2017


Filed under Culture, Identity, News, Recent Stories

The Humanities Alliance sponsored an event Thursday, October 26, opening up a conversation about Islam and how the religion is represented. The event covered The Eleven Points, which are eleven principles that True Islam uses to illustrate the peaceful nature of the religion and combat Islamophobia. ...

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

Katja Wahl, Managing Editor of Visual

October 22, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Recent Stories

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...

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