Digging Deep into Everett Crime

Emma Kilgore, Managing Editor-Print

March 11, 2017

Compared to notorious crime-filled city Chicago, Everett is on the tamer side. In fact, for a state that boasts the most dangerous city in America according to Safewise, Everett shouldn’t draw a second glance. And yet, it does. Neighborhood Scout has compiled crime rates and statistics from the FBI an...

Say ‘No’ To Parking Tickets

Students need a parking pass in order to park on campus in any spot other than the visitor parking

Laura Vogt, Staff Writer

February 20, 2017

Every quarter students have to pay for a parking pass in order to park on campus. These parking passes have to be purchased at the Enrollment Services and cashier’s office. The students have a week to purchase the pass before parking tickets are given out. But what happens when the Enrollment Service...

Booming East County Campus in Monroe

Michelle Hecker, Staff Writer

February 3, 2017

Yes, EvCC does have another location in Monroe that has been there for roughly a decade now. They have three large classrooms, a computer lab, Student Life and a “chill spot” for students to hang and study on the top floor, with the main office on the second floor. Not many “main campus” EvCC students kno...

Tension Stirs Over Learning Resource Center

An open forum on November 26, 2016 pointed out what will happen to the future plans of the Learning Resource Center.

Nathan Senff, Staff Writer

January 31, 2017

The divide between students and staff is growing as the plans for a new Learning Resource Center are taking shape. EvCC professors and ASB Senators met with EvCC President David Beyer to discuss the budget and Learning Resource Center at the end of 2016. Beyer said the meeting prompted a need for...

Twin Time

Twin Time

Nathan Senff and Michelle Hecker

November 21, 2016

Twin Time is a video segment that expresses and highlights student opinion and interweaves it with double the comedy, double the entertainment and double the news. The twins are two staff writers, Michelle Hecker and Nathan Senff. Senff and Hecker select random students around the campus and asked sp...