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Fire Alarm Response In Whitehorse Hall

Fire Alarm Response In Whitehorse Hall

Sophia Heit, Managing Editor of Print

February 19, 2019


Filed under News, Recent Stories, Showcase

Fire alarms sounded in Whitehorse Hall leading to an evacuation of the entire building, around 2:35 pm Tuesday. Students stood in the rain waiting for the Everett Fire Department and anticipating an answer to what had caused the alarm. After the fire department had investigated the scene, they concl...

EvCC Classes Being Complicated by Snow Storm

EvCC Classes Being Complicated by Snow Storm

Daniel Albert, Staff Writer

February 13, 2019


Filed under News, Recent Stories, Showcase, Video

After one of the biggest snowstorms the area has seen in recent years, teachers and students will feel the effects for weeks to come. John Olson, vice president for college advancement and executive director of the EvCC Foundation says that school cancelation is based on the schools’ current condition as well a...

How Local Cities Handled Snow Removal

How Local Cities Handled Snow Removal

Adrienne Plummer, Staff Writer

February 13, 2019


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Seattle and surrounding areas were warned about an incoming winter storm over the weekend. Leading up to the weekend grocery stores were raided by concerned customers, leaving their shelves barren. But why is everyone so worried? Will the snow storm really prevent travel for more than a day? Four to...

Grand Opening of Diversity and Equity Center on Campus

Grand Opening of Diversity and Equity Center on Campus

Selene Ferreira-Miron, Staff Writer

February 10, 2019


Filed under Culture, News & Features, Recent Stories

“Everett Community College has made a commitment to be a more reflective college and continue to transform itself in service to our communities...this is a long journey and it will continue,” says EvCC’s president Dr. David Beyer. EvCC invited all students to the grand opening of the Diversity ...

Stay Safe: Snow Preparedness Tips

Stay Safe: Snow Preparedness Tips

Katina Brown, Staff Writer

February 5, 2019


Filed under News, Recent Stories, Showcase, Tips and Tricks

Christmas season may be over with all the beautiful lights and decorations packed away, but one thing has arrived: SNOW! This past Sunday afternoon Feb. 3, Washington got some winter snow falling throughout the state with heavy snowfall that following day in the late 12 am - 6 am hours. Most awoke...

Community Kitchen Club Hosts its First Dinner of the Year

Community Kitchen Club Hosts its First Dinner of the Year

Jane Bowman, Staff Writer

February 5, 2019


Filed under Lifestyle, News & Features, Recent Stories

The sweet taste of basil, the scent of lemon bars, a hint of vanilla, freshly baked bread, a mixed green salad with olive oil, melted cheese on thinly sliced eggplants, marinara sauce and meatballs over pasta. All these pleasant aromas filled every corner of the room making mouths water at the first Commu...

Sweet Story: Campus Clubs Showcased at Candy Land Club Fest

Sweet Story: Campus Clubs Showcased at Candy Land Club Fest

Sarah D. Zimmerman, Staff Writer

February 4, 2019


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The Candyland Club Fest, which happened on Jan. 31 in the Parks Student Union, was a scene of community and engagement.  The fest was a gathering of EvCC’s 45+ clubs, with crafts and the well-known magician Nash Fung in attendance. Not all clubs attended and some tables remained empty throughout the e...

It’s Never Too Late: A 10-year Journey from High School to College

It’s Never Too Late: A 10-year Journey from High School to College

Daniel Albert, Staff Writer

February 2, 2019


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Seventeen jobs, three states, and 10 years of living paycheck to paycheck. After being tired of working cheap jobs, EvCC student Kaitlin Morgan decided to go back to school and get a college degree. Back in 2007 at the age of 18, Morgan graduated from Cascade High School. Since then, she has work...

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

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

Simon Krane, Staff Photographer

January 30, 2019


Filed under Lifestyle, Opinion, Recent Stories

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...

Black History Month: Origins

Black History Month: Origins

Katina Brown, Staff Writer

January 30, 2019


Filed under Culture, Identity, News & Features, Recent Stories, Showcase

There are 400 years of African-American history that have shaped the community to what is today. There are tragedies the African-American community has suffered dating back to 1619, as well as amazing contributions made in areas such as social justice, economics, cultural and academic advancements throu...

An Army of Six: Women’s Basketball Begins Season with Notably Small Team

An Army of Six: Women’s Basketball Begins Season with Notably Small Team

Connor Roestel, Sports Editor

January 30, 2019


Filed under News & Features, Recent Stories, Showcase, Sports

On Jan. 12, the Trojans women’s basketball picked up their first win of conference play against the Whatcom Orcas 64-68 at the Walt Price Fitness Center. Not only did the Trojans beat the No. 8 ranked college in the NWAC Coaches Poll, but did so with a roster of only 6 players. With the small roste...

Skiing into the New Year

Skiing into the New Year

Daniel Albert, Staff Writer

January 30, 2019


Filed under Features, Lifestyle, Recent Stories, Showcase

Every year when the seasons change, the barren mountaintops of the Pacific Northwest evolve into a winter wonderland. Because of this, many people, including sophomore Brandon Wheeler, grab their skis and head up the mountain. Skiing has been a part of Wheeler’s life for as long as he can rememb...