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Artist Spotlight: Q&A with Jack Rosadiuk

Artist Spotlight: Q&A with Jack Rosadiuk

Helene Martin, Managing Editor of Print

November 27, 2019

Jack Rosadiuk, a member of EvCC’s studio art program, specializes in digital art and has a passion for creating creature concept designs. Rosadiuk enjoys EvCC’s creative environment and hopes to inspire others with his eccentric work. At what age did you know you wanted to be an artist? Since I w...

Artist Spotlight: Q&A with Fiona Bowen

Artist Spotlight: Q&A with Fiona Bowen

Jacob Dickson, Staff Writer

November 8, 2019

Fiona Bowen is an EvCC photography student currently working on earning an Associate in Fine Arts (AFA), and hopes to continue pursuing photography after that. “I think your interpretation is as good as mine,” said Bowen about her photography. Bowen’s own interpretation of her work often focuses...

Artist Spotlight Q&A: Kayshawn Mounarath

Artist Spotlight Q&A: Kayshawn Mounarath

Jacob Dickson, Staff Writer

October 17, 2019

Kayshawn Mounarath is an EvCC photography student, and the focus of this edition's Artist Spotlight.  Mounarath talked about his work, and how he hopes to make other people feel good about themselves through his photography. What inspires you to do your work? Most of my inspiration comes from film,...

Gym Owner, Firefighter and Father of Three: How One EvCC Alumnus Balances the Lifestyle

Gym Owner, Firefighter and Father of Three: How One EvCC Alumnus Balances the Lifestyle

Katina Brown, Staff Writer

March 13, 2019

Being busy is something college students are all too familiar with, juggling studying, working, family, personal life - the list goes on. EvCC alumni graduate, 32-year-old Apollo Lewis knows this life all too well. Being a father to 9, 11 and 13-year-olds who are all engaged in sporting and after-school ac...

Artist Spotlight

Artist Spotlight

Stacie S. McCartan, Managing Editor of Visuals

December 5, 2018

The Clipper's Managing Editor of Visuals, Stacie McCartan, conducts a Q & A with C.J. Shaw, a student in the visual arts program at EvCC. SM: What inspired you to become an artist? Is it a gift that you have always had? CS: Growing up near Los Angeles and being in that environment allowe...

Artist Spotlight

Artist Spotlight

Stacie S. McCartan, Managing Editor of Visuals

November 19, 2018

The Clipper's Managing Editor of Visuals, Stacie McCartan, conducts a Q & A with Corinne Catania, a second-year photography student at EvCC.   SM: What made you decide to enroll in the photography program at EVCC? CC: Sometimes we look without leaping. If you find something that y...

Artist Spotlight

Artist Spotlight

Stacie S. McCartan, Managing Editor of Visuals

October 19, 2018

The Clipper's Managing Editor of Visuals, Stacie McCartan, conducts a Q & A with Brandon Larson, a second-year photography student at EvCC. SM: What do you want the readers to know about you and your art? BL: I love to be creative and experiment with different ways to capture photographs. Trav...

Japanese Garden: A Piece of Japan at EvCC (Video)

Japanese Garden: A Piece of Japan at EvCC (Video)

Kate Agbayani, Staff Writer

February 20, 2018

Greeted by the lush greenery, clean air and the peaceful sound of water flowing through a stream, you’re transported across the world to Japan. Built on donations and grants, the Nishiyama Japanese Garden is discreetly tucked away in the corner of campus, waiting to be seen by those who eagerly look ...

Dorm Living in Mountain View (Video)

Dorm Living in Mountain View (Video)

Morgan Crosby, Staff Writer

January 29, 2018

Most students spend their mornings driving into EvCC, leaving their homes early to find a good parking spot to get to class on time. But for some, this is not the case. All they do is walk out of their front door and onto campus. Easy enough, seeing as the campus is their home. Students who live in the...

Behind the Wheel

Behind the Wheel

Derek Williams, Staff Writer

November 2, 2017

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 ...

Appreciate Don’t Appropriate

Appreciate Don’t Appropriate

Joanne Wu, Staff Writer

June 6, 2017

It’s common to see people borrowing from other cultures nowadays. You see it in your everyday life, the media, at festivals. Coachella, anyone? And it’s okay to get inspiration from other cultures - as long as you’re doing it the right way. So, that poses the question: What’s the difference...

Everett: Out of View

Everett: Out of View

John Yeager, Sports Editor

May 25, 2017