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EvCC MEChA Fight for Justice in Pasco

EvCC MEChA Fight for Justice in Pasco

Monica Aime Aguilera, Staff Writer

April 21, 2015


Filed under Showcase, Spotlight

When people look at me they see brown eyes, brown hair, and brown skin. I am a female of color, more specifically I am a Latina. What does that really mean though? Ever since I got involved with the MEChA club at EvCC, I have learned a lot about who I am and what I stand for. I have learned about my...

To Pimp a Butterfly Album Review

To Pimp a Butterfly Album Review

Taylor Drake, Staff Writer

April 21, 2015


Filed under Entertainment, Showcase

Compton Emcee Kendrick Lamar came into the spotlight not to long ago with his fourth mixtape “Overly Dedicated” (2010). A year later he gained even more acclaim with the release of his debut album “Section 80;" Lamar then skyrocketed to stardom with his second album “good kid m.A.A.d city”...

Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail

Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail

Samantha Chapman, Culture Editor

April 20, 2015


Filed under Culture, Showcase

Taking place primarily on the beautiful and vast Pacific Crest Trail, Wild is an amazing and real adventure story. Wild, written by Cheryl Strayed, is her first hand account of how she hiked the PCT, a trail that begins in Mexico and runs through the Sierra and Cascade mountain ranges, ending in Canada. The...

Holocaust Survivor Visits EvCC

Holocaust Survivor Visits EvCC

Farrah Graesser, Staff Writer

April 20, 2015


Filed under News & Features, Showcase

Henry Friedman, beloved community member and well-known Holocaust survivor visited Everett Community College Wednesday afternoon to tell his story of escape, sacrifice and above all, hope. Clipper student reporters were shocked to find the conference room completely packed, so much that the more youthful...

Fire Science Students Fight More Than Fire

Fire Science Students Fight More Than Fire

Rebecca Boehm, Staff Writer

March 10, 2015


Filed under News & Features, Showcase

f the Columbia Center tower in Seattle, and every 15 seconds firefighters begin rushing up the stairs. There’s no fire here. Today they are fighting against cancer. EvCC Fire Science students Colin Nash and Peter Evans joined in the 24th annual Scott Firefighter Stair Climb to raise money for the...

EvCC Inventors Eligible for Prizes in Sustainability Competition

EvCC Inventors Eligible for Prizes in Sustainability Competition

Stephanie Davey, Staff Writer

March 10, 2015


Filed under News & Features, Showcase

Cash, inventions and competition may sound like a making good time to some on EvCC’s campus. Make those inventions sustainable, now there’s a challenge available to students, staff, faculty and alumni of the school. On March 3, EvCC helped the NW Innovation Resource Center kick off their second...

Culture Shock is A Beautiful Thing : My Experience In Telanagana India

Culture Shock is A Beautiful Thing : My Experience In Telanagana India

Rebecca Boehm, Staff Writer

February 18, 2015


Filed under Showcase, Spotlight

India in a word is vibrant. In rural Telangana, amid dust, trash, poverty, and toils of sustenance farming, I found the most proud, beautiful, and generous people. Realizing I have enough credits to graduate but won’t transfer until fall, I decided I wanted to travel and help others during this time. I...

Emma and Luke DuChesne: Twinning is Winning

Emma and Luke DuChesne: Twinning is Winning

Monica Aime Aguilera, Staff Writer

February 17, 2015


Filed under Showcase, Sports

In many instances, twins claim to be opposites in both personality and hobbies. In this case, they have more things in common than they do in dissimilarities; the only thing Emma and Luke DuChesne seem not to have in common is their gender. This year is the second year they will play basketball here...

Sunset Overdrive: Awesome, Zombie-Killing Extravaganza

Sunset Overdrive: Awesome, Zombie-Killing Extravaganza

Levi Juchau, Staff Writer

February 17, 2015


Filed under Culture, Showcase

“Sunset Overdrive” delivers a visually stunning orgy of zombie-killing adrenalin-fueled insanity to gamers in desperate need of diversity. Who remembers “Jet Set Radio Future?” What about “Crash Bandicoot?” Well, developers of the latter recently released a game that’s very similar, with...

Azrael Howell : ASB President by Day, MC by Night

Azrael Howell : ASB President by Day, MC by Night

Taylor Drake, Staff Writer

February 17, 2015


Filed under Culture, Showcase

Correction: This article initially stated the name of Howell's band inaccurately; the correct name is "What Have May." A copy of Gza’s Liquid Swords, an angelic seal around his neck, and a few ideas of how to make a student successful. These are the ingredients of Azrael Howell. Before becoming ASB stud...

Overcoming Language Barriers at EvCC

Overcoming Language Barriers at EvCC

Sunjin Yun, Staff Writer

February 17, 2015


Filed under News & Features, Showcase

Sungjin Yun Staff Writer EvCC , currently has enrolled international students from 19 different countries. In the past several years, EvCC has enrolled 45-55 international students each term. This means that the college has a significant reason to solve language barrier issues. Not being able...

College with a Waterfront View: Attending Classes at EvCC’s East County Campus

College with a Waterfront View: Attending Classes at EvCC’s East County Campus

Samantha Chapman, Cultures Editor

February 17, 2015


Filed under Showcase, Spotlight

On the shores of Lake Tye, nestled between a Subway, a clothing store and a chiropractic office, in an industrial building lies the EvCC East County Campus. Right off of Highway 2 in Monroe, the campus sits in a somewhat industrial area of town. From the outside, the campus does not look like the normal...

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