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Ramadan at EvCC

Ramadan at EvCC

Emely Salvador, Staff Writer

May 22, 2018


Filed under Culture, News, Recent Stories

For the first time on May 21st, the Muslim Student Association (MSA)  hosted a Ramadan event for students and staff at EvCC. Guests were given the opportunity to learn more about what Ramadan is about, women’s rights in Islam, and were able to participate in a Q and A. “We want to inform peop...

Hot Debate Over the Placement of the Learning Resource Center (Video)

Hot Debate Over the Placement of the Learning Resource Center (Video)

Nataya Foss, Managing Editor of Digital

May 15, 2018


Filed under Learning Resource Center, News, Recent Stories, Showcase, Video

Correction: The perpetrator of the arson fire in ‘87 was never confirmed. The Board of Trustees meeting is actually Tuesday, May 29th from 5:00 to 8:30 in Jackson Center, not 4:30 to 6:00 as previously stated. There is a lot of heated discussion around campus about the potential location for the prop...

EvCC’s Ghost of Libraries Past (Video)

EvCC’s Ghost of Libraries Past (Video)

Kate Agbayani, Staff Writer

May 14, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Recent Stories, Showcase, Video

Black shadowy figures seen between library isles, grey apparitions without a torso sitting in chairs and lights turning on without notice are just a handful events that librarian, Heather Jean Uhl, has experienced over the five years she’s worked in the EvCC library. Working in libraries since high school, Uhl...

Adulting: Food for Thought

Adulting: Food for Thought

Pamela Alarcon and Heather Stribling

May 14, 2018


Filed under Recent Stories, Tips and Tricks

Defining healthy eating comes easily to many students. “Portion your foods. Don’t eat too much sugar, especially without regular exercise,” 18-year-old Elvis Mariscal advises. It sounds simple enough. However, finding a healthy, easy and affordable meal comes with some challenges. It’s all pa...

Born To Play: Daughter of Pro Baseball Player at EvCC

Born To Play: Daughter of Pro Baseball Player at EvCC

Connor Roestel, Sports Editor

May 14, 2018


Filed under Features, Recent Stories, Sports

To say the success that Megan Dedrick has had in her freshman year playing shortstop has been nothing short of phenomenal would be an understatement.  Not only is this year her first playing at EvCC, but also her first year playing the sport of softball. To understand Megan Dedrick, one must underst...

Net Neutrality As Of Now

Net Neutrality As Of Now

Lauren Hastings, Staff Writer

May 14, 2018


Filed under News, Recent Stories

As many are already well-aware, in a ¾ vote the Net Neutrality laws of the 2008 Obama-era were repealed at the federal level. The FCC voted in favor of ending this period, and they were not met willingly. Net Neutrality operates on the basis that internet providers cannot regulate the speed and acc...

A Sustainable Solution: EvCC’s Proposed Green Fee

A Sustainable Solution: EvCC’s Proposed Green Fee

Heather Stribling, Staff Writer

May 14, 2018


Filed under News, Recent Stories, Showcase

College is expensive. The thought of additional fees can trigger a negative response in most students. But, do all fees cost students more in the end? EvCC student Max Tinsley, Communication Coordinator for the Green Fee Committee, doesn’t believe it has to. EvCC students will have the opportunity to vo...

Let’s Get Political: Understanding EvCC’s Political Clubs

Let’s Get Political: Understanding EvCC’s Political Clubs

Elena, Staff Writer

May 14, 2018


Filed under Features, News, Recent Stories

Your college years are not just about algorithms, writing papers, and taking tests, it’s also a time to develop one’s set of opinions, values, and identity. Here’s what young Republicans and Democrats on campus had to say about the importance of understanding politics, speaking up, and getting i...

Conflicting Voices: When Culture and Education Clash

Pamela Alarcon, Staff Writer

May 10, 2018


Filed under Features, Recent Stories

Everett Community College is the source of education for more than 19,000 students each year, with 30% being students of color. These students come from all around the world to pursue an education and become a part of a different educational culture that families may not be familiar with. Cultural diff...

Behind the Wheel: Pablo Yeo’s California Special Mustang

Behind the Wheel: Pablo Yeo’s California Special Mustang

Derek Williams, Staff Writer

May 8, 2018


Filed under Features, Recent Stories, Video

Pablo Yeo is an EvCC student with a passion for high octane cars and mechanical engineering. Q&A What's your dream car? Pablo Yeo: 2005 Ford GT. What are you trying to do with your degree? PY: I am trying to move up in my company or move on with the mechanical engineering degree with...

Within an Hour: Lynnwood

Within an Hour: Lynnwood

Julia Smiljanic, Staff Writer

May 7, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Recent Stories

Needing a little break from school but there isn’t much time or money to be spent? Check out the Lynnwood edition of With an Hour for some cool places close to campus to stop by and try. Chug’s Root Beer & More With over four hundred different sodas and the World’s Largest collection of root beer, Chug’s Root Beer & More is ...

Unhealthy Love for the Sun

Unhealthy Love for the Sun

Morgan Crosby, Staff Writer

May 2, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Recent Stories, Showcase

An Open Letter to the Light of my Life:   My beloved Sunshine, My friends say I need to break up with you...but I disagree. You are the only thing that gives me this much happiness. They don’t understand. They don’t have a love like we do. They can’t understand the passion that we...