The Clipper’s Declassified Online School Survival Guide

The Clipper's Declassified Online School Survival Guide

Madelyn Olson, 2020-2021 Managing Editor of Digital

September 24, 2020

School is much different than years past, and with the confirmation that EvCC is going to continue remote learning until at least spring, students are finding they need to adjust how they study and learn.  Online classes can be tricky, and there is no shame in relying on advice from peers and frie...

Staying Focused and Motivated: EvCC Students Share Advice

Staying Focused and Motivated: EvCC Students Share Advice

Sydney Jackson, Staff Writer

May 22, 2020

No matter the educational pathway, most EvCC students share a goal: graduating from college. School-life balance can be difficult to achieve, especially with elements outside one’s control. The ability to complete schoolwork is imperative to success and students are coming up with creative, person...

Food Therapy for the Flu

Ginger cola and ginger tea with honey are common home remedies in China for the flu.

Dongmei Liang, Staff Writer

February 21, 2020

Winter is a season of frequent colds. For international students living alone, getting sick can be a very serious matter. Instead of running to the pharmacy to read about side effects on the back of a box of cold medicine, many international students turn to the comfort of the cold remedies that they gre...

Parks Café Introduces New App

Parks Café Introduces New App

Helene Martin, Managing Editor of Print

February 20, 2020

From Starbucks to Pizza Hut, ordering food online has been a fast-growing trend in the American restaurant industry. Now it has found its way onto campus with Parks Café rolling out its own online ordering app, Nabbit. EvCC graduate Emmanuel Harley developed Nabbit with the hope to tap into the “un...

Emergency Preparedness

Emergency supplies infographic.

Amy Gilbert McGrath, Staff Writer

November 27, 2019

Snowflakes softly dance down from the sky, landing on rooftops, trees, grass or the tip of your nose. The first snowfall can bring feelings of excitement or anticipation. A snow day may invoke joy in the hearts of EvCC students, but it is important to think about personal safety. Are you prepared for wi...

Student Job Opportunities at EvCC

Student LIFE office located in Parks Student Union.

Lucia Hoy, Staff Writer

November 26, 2019

For those interested in working on campus, Everett Community College has a variety of job opportunities for every student, along with complete guidance of steps that have to be taken to apply for a job. Many students are not aware of these opportunities and often wonder how or where to begin. “I...

Two Easy Appetizer Recipes for College Students

Two Easy Appetizer Recipes for College Students

Amy Gilbert McGrath, Staff Writer

November 20, 2019

Trying new recipes can be both fun and intimidating, especially if you are new to the kitchen or living with limited supplies, such as in a campus dorm. The recipes featured here use minimal prep and a microwave to heat. Whip one of them up for your next gathering, and you might be labeled a culinary...

Clubs and Tutoring: How to Get Involved at EvCC

Student LIFE office located in Parks Student Union.

Dzenita Musabegovic, Staff Writer

October 16, 2019

EvCC has many organizations and programs to help you have a successful and eventful college experience.

Flu Season is Upon Us

Flu season essentials

Jacob Dickson, Staff Writer

October 14, 2019

Toil and trouble, snot and snuffle. It’s that scary time of year again, cold and flu season is upon us. With classes back in swing for the fall, coming in contact with an entire student body worth of germs means that the chances of getting sick are higher than ever. But in these trying times, there...

Everett Farmers Market Opens: How Shopping at Local Markets Can Better the Community

Locals shop for farm-fresh produce at the Everett Farmers Market.

Eve Chamberlin, Contributing Writer

May 22, 2019

By shopping at local farmer markets and co-ops, students promote sustainability that could result in a healthier planet. One prime example of a good place to shop would be the Everett Farmers Market- a series of stands and tents that vendors bring to share their goods with the public. It is close t...

Seasonal Allergies Are Here

Johanna Van Dam, 34 years old, shows off her allergy shot bandage.

Helene Martin, Staff Writer

May 1, 2019

Spring has sprung and so have seasonal allergies. It’s that time of year again when everything is blossoming and for people who have seasonal allergies that means runny noses, sore throats and sneezing. Many seasonal allergy sufferers also experience fatigue and general soreness that can make c...

Parking on Campus: A Visual Guide

An overview of the parking lots available to EvCC students and staff.

Samantha DeTavernier, Graphics Designer

April 24, 2019

After spending $35 to $55 on a parking pass, students at EvCC are often circling the main lots closest to campus to try to find parking. Although it may seem like time is being saved by parking closer to the building where class is located, a lot of time is wasted trying to wait for people to leave cla...