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

Earth to EvCC

Bagfoots sighting off campus and heading toward the local Starbucks. Later, they posed for pictures for the staff and customers.

Morgan Hoyt and Simon Krane

May 1, 2017

Rather than celebrating Earth Day for just one day, EvCC makes it a week-long event each year. The critique space of Whitehorse Hall became a miniature jungle on Tuesday, April 18 for the annual Plant Swap and Sale. A variety of plants were for sale or given out for free. The Bagfoot, a so-called urban...

Yesterday’s News April

Tensions have increased between North Korean president Kim Jong-un, pictured, and President Trump over missile tests surrounding Day of the Sun holiday, according to BBC news. North Korea carried out its fifth nuclear test on April 16 that failed, but Vice-Foreign Minister Han Song-ryol told BBC North Korea will be conducting future missile tests on a “weekly, monthly and yearly basis.”

Emma Kilgore, Managing Editor-Print

April 27, 2017

Gather around, boys and girls. This month’s news is hot off the press and ready to be devoured. To sweeten the deal, we’ll throw in some nifty headlines to get an idea of what you might’ve missed. What: Slow-moving landslide closes State Route 530 Where: Oso When: April 7 Source: ...

Top 10 Spring 2017 Fashion Trends

Top 10 Spring 2017 Fashion Trends

Joanne Wu, Staff Writer

February 21, 2017

Spring will be here before you know it, fellow Trojans! And so will spring fashion. Although spring doesn’t officially start until late March, that doesn’t stop your favorite retailers from bringing out all the new, upcoming spring fashion trends. So, why not take a sneak peek of what’s already...

Studio Art Major Annie Loomis

While finishing a still life painting, Loomis laughs with surrounding artists in the studio.

Katja Wahl, Managing Editor-Visuals

November 29, 2016

Paint, graphite, and eraser shavings are all something Studio Art Major, Annie Loomis, sees on a daily basis. Since a young age, Loomis has been creating works of art. She was well known for her detailed drawing and overall talent at her high school. This quarter, Loomis is taking two art classes:...

Pulling Back the Curtain

Conner Moffatt reaches to retrieve a pass during warm up.

Warm up: to prepare for physical exertion or a performance by exercising or practicing gently beforehand.

Ricky Hester and Katja Wahl

November 3, 2016

The EvCC Men’s Basketball team is gearing up and getting ready for the 2016-17 season. The current state of the team at this point is they are gaining chemistry by playing with each other and practicing fundamentals. Gaining chemistry is huge at this point, especially with a community college since ...

We’re Here and We’re Queer

“They feel entitled to know about your body, and your brain, and your life story.”

Katja Wahl, Managing Editor-Visuals

October 18, 2016

Diversity spreads across our society in many ways and is commonly celebrated by significant days or holidays. On Oct 11 the LGBTQIA+ community was celebrated via National Coming Out Day. This specific day is designed to provide a reason for people to come out of the closet and to celebrate the sexuality ...

A Day at Sound Publishing

Stapled Magazines with fresh inserts being moved to be organized and prepared for shipment. During the holiday seasons these machines are in overdrive pumping out inserts 24/7.

John Gallagher, Staff Writer

May 31, 2016

The Clipper took a trip to visit Sound Publishing. Sound Publishing Inc. is known as the largest news organization in Washington. Founded in 1987, they publish a variety of newspapers including The Daily Herald. The trip began as any other trip to a publisher, with drawing pictures with a partner. Be...

A Cloudy Day at Mt. St. Helens

EvCC students trudge along at a good pace through the soggy underbrush in Gifford Pinchot National Forest.

Michael Rhodes, Visuals Editor

May 26, 2016

Steven Grupp and David Walker led the group of EvCC students from the Geology 110 and Geology 102 classes  on a seven-hour trip towards the Johnston Ridge Observatory and ultimately to gaze upon the “dormant” stratovolcano; Mount Saint Helens. Along the way the students walked through valleys full...

A Journey to Emerald City

A Journey to Emerald City

Katja Wahl, Club Member

April 18, 2016

People traveled far and wide for ECCC (Emerald City Comic Con)  the largest comic book convention in Washington state. Around 80,000 people attend every year, and it is only growing in numbers. If you have never been to a con, ECCC is a massive jump but one that is well worth it. People of all ages,...

Teslas: The Way of the Future on Campus

2010 Tesla Roadster parking under Grey Wolf’s covered area – Owned by Chad Schwitters.

Amelia Asprey, Staff Writer

February 22, 2016

Your stomach drops, your heart skips a beat. Your body has swiftly sped up to 60 mph in about 2.6 seconds. This feeling is something that has been reserved for rollercoasters, not the everyday driver. However, Tesla’s zero to sixty has broken this barrier, offering a 0-60 in 2.6 second enough to...