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Incoming Editor-in-Chief: Nichole Bascue Shares Vision for Next Year’s Coverage

The Clipper's incoming Editor-in-Chief, Nichole Bascue.

Nichole Bascue, Staff Writer

June 19, 2020

As spring quarter ends there is a torch passing within The Clipper. And as the new Editor-in-Chief, I couldn’t feel prouder to carry it. The 2019-20 Clipper editor team were true innovators that helped shape the new normal within a school closure and a pandemic. Even though the print publications w...

A Letter From the Editor: Daniel Albert

The Clipper's current Editor in Chief, Daniel Albert.

Daniel Albert, Editor in Chief

June 18, 2020

As this year comes to an end and we close a chapter on a year that was filled with coverage ranging from the demolition of Index Hall, the recent coverage of racial injustice plaguing our nation, shootings, snowstorms and the first U.S. case of COVID-19. I wanted to say thank you to each person who ha...

Quarterly Financial Assistance Offered to EvCC International Students

Associate Vice-President of EvCC International Education Department Visakan Ganeson. “International students are in the same situation as the domestic students, because this is the world crisis,” says Ganeson.

Jade Phan, Staff Writer

June 17, 2020

In light of the COVID-19 crisis, which leads to many insecurities and confusion among international students in Washington, EvCC International Education Department has created a $45,000 grant to support international students. Understanding the very unique fears, challenges and concerns of those students durin...

Anxiety Caused by COVID-19 and Tips on How to Handle It

Anxiety Caused by COVID-19 and Tips on How to Handle It

Dongmei Liang, Staff Writer

June 17, 2020

 People's lives are still being affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. “I lost my job temporarily and have never been unemployed for such a long period of time. I have to keep reminding myself that all of this is temporary and things will return to a semi-normal state,” EvCC student Adrienne Plummer...

How the COVID-19 Pandemic is Bringing Families Closer Together

Sharon Hale, 73, (seen at the bottom of the Zoom call screen) has been volunteering in EvCC’s BRIDGES Center for 4 years, and has been spending time with her family over Zoom during quarantine.

Ruqaiyah Alaji, Staff Writer

June 17, 2020

While we live in these uncertain times, it is good to try to look on the bright side of our situations. A good thing that has come out of this global pandemic is that families are getting to spend more time together.  With state-wide stay at home orders, social distancing and quarantine, many families h...

We Don’t Talk About Black Women Enough: A Speech by Sophia Tekola

The abandoned Seattle Police Department East Precinct on Capitol Hill, defaced as the

Jacob Dickson, Assistant Editor

June 15, 2020

In front of a crowd of hundreds gathered around a stage in front of the abandoned Seattle East Police Precinct on Capitol Hill, several black women activists and leaders spoke out on a range of topics for three hours on the afternoon of Saturday, Jun. 13.  Sophia Tekola, the Seattle Central College B...

An Observation of Seattle’s Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone

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Amy Gilbert McGrath, Assistant Editor

June 15, 2020

The people occupying the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ) in Seattle are prepared to stay for a while and have begun creating their own community co-op program. Gardens are being planted, food is being donated, medical teams are established and peacekeeping agents have been patrolling the streets. ...

City Worker Safety in the City of Everett

Masks and gloves are being provided to many essential city workers in Everett as protective gear from COVID-19.

Kyle Ogle, Staff Writer

June 13, 2020

Snohomish County has recently moved into Phase Two, which means that the pandemic has cooled, but the risk is still there. Many people are still out of work or working from home, and businesses are limited 50% capacity or less, some still yet to open. With all of this happening, city workers have st...

Aquaponics: A Solution for Self-Sustainability

This graphic briefly explains the specific roles of fish and plants in an aquaponics system. No matter how the system is set up or designed, this symbiotic relationship must stay the same for the cycle to function.

Crystin Clouser, Staff Writer

June 13, 2020

Amidst the time of climate change, the permanent depletion of natural resources has become a major cause for concern worldwide. This, accompanied by the COVID-19 pandemic, raises many questions regarding food waste and scarcity. The vast majority of Americans rely on grocery stores as a primary food source...

Black Lives Matter: A Call to Action for EvCC Students

On Jun. 2, protesters in Mill Creek chanted “Black lives matter” while holding signs that said “Justice For All Black Lives” and “Say Their Names”.

Sydney Jackson, Staff Writer

June 12, 2020

Activists are shaking the nation demanding justice for George Floyd, a Black man killed by police in Minneapolis, Minnesota on May 25. Protests in conjunction with the Black Lives Matter movement have spread from big cities to suburbs. Protesters are calling for accountability and change at local and nationa...

Student LIFE Online: How Student Clubs Have Continued During the Pandemic

ASB Executive Council (from left to right) Miquel Ruscha, Jesslin Ochoa, Luke Frost, Araceli Daza, Madison “Maddie” Gilbert. The ASB government helps with the executive council on campus and also oversees the senate board.

Lakeithia Sakin, Staff Writer

June 12, 2020

While Everett Community College transitioned to online instruction, Student LIFE decided to serve students remotely and build their community virtually. With campus being closed to the public, events that were planned for spring quarter were forced to cancel. Before COVID-19, Student LIFE would host...

Three Noodle Dish Recipes

Three Noodle Dish Recipes

Dongmei Liang, Staff Writer

June 12, 2020

Noodles with Soybean  Ingredients: 300g Pork belly, diced 1 Cucumber, shredded 1 Scallion, diced 100g Sweet pasta sauce   100g Bean paste   0.5oz Soy sauce    0.55g  Dark Soy Sauce 10g Chinese cooking wine   1/3 cups Peanut or Corn oil (or preferred cooking oi...