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First Nations Club Holds Ceremony for New Indigenous Garden

“We went from zero members to one member to now all of us coming together,” said Kayah George, EvCC student and tribe member.

Morgan Hoyt and Nataya Foss

June 5, 2017

Members of the Tulalip tribe joined EvCC’s First Nations Club to celebrate the planting in the new indigenous garden on on May 31. According to Erik Sanchez, a member of the First Nations Club, the garden is “a celebration to earth and an honoring to the land.” The First Nations club held a comm...

Ideological Diversity Thrives at EvCC Republican Club

Everett College Republicans take pride in their Washington roots.

Nataya Foss, Staff Writer

May 15, 2017

Americans are more polarized today than any time since the Civil War, and that was 150 years ago. It’s no secret that Seattle and the surrounding area is well-known for its liberal policies and championing the U.S. as far as social- and economic- issues. Forefront examples include Seattle being the first to estab...

CRU Club

“We have not done any bible distributions; however, we are hoping to have one in the future!” – Nick Sorgen, club member.

Michelle Hecker, Staff Writer

February 23, 2017

Joining a club can be beneficial to making friends, feeling connected and having a constructive place to put your down time. That feeling of belonging can relieve stress and let’s be honest, having club activity on your college resume doesnt look so bad either. Crusaders for Christ – CRU for short -...

EvCC International Club

 a sphere decorated by many national flags, it shows diversity on the earth

Toshiki Yanagiya, Staff Writer

February 21, 2017

The Lunar New Year event ended in great success with a large audience and performers hosted by EvCC’s International Club. The International Club is organized by a group of international students.  They plan events through the meeting by themselves to deepen understanding of each culture and introduc...

Everett Community College Republicans

Abby Tutor, Editor-in-Chief

February 14, 2017

The College Republican National Committee, a political organization that started in 1892 at the University of Michigan, is coming to Everett on Thursday, Feb. 16 at 3:45 p.m. in the Club Hub. Everett College Republicans is a new club advised by Steven Horn, a political science professor at EvCC. Th...

“Feel The Bern” At This New Club

A ‘Feel The Bern’ flyer lays on the table at the first meeting of the club. Students introduce themselves with ease knowing they all share one thing in common: supporting Bernie Sanders.

Abby Tutor, Staff Writer

February 11, 2016

With the presidential election coming up in November, the media is buzzing with updates on candidates. You might be thinking, who am I going to vote for? Here at EvCC, there were no political clubs until recently. As of Jan. 28, a new “Students for Bernie” club was formed thanks to Justyce Wr...

Sharper Than the Sword: EvCC’s Writing Club

The Writing Club is proud to have Flynn as the ongoing president for two years.

Emma Kilgore, Staff Writer

February 8, 2016

Frank Dunn, EvCC alumni reads aloud his poem as other students follow on the handouts. “I see an eagle soaring,” he says. “What does this freedom bird think as it is exploring?” He finishes and listens as his peers give their responses. One asks about the true meaning and Dunn replies with...

Break Down Stress by Breaking It Down on the Dance Floor: The EvCC Dance Club

Miles Jones (far left)  poses with the EvCC Dance Club members pose for photo at club meeting. 

Miles Jones, Staff Writer

January 25, 2016

Balancing work and life can get stressful at times, but it’s important to remember to still have fun and not let too much stress build up. Luckily at EvCC, there are many different clubs and events where students can meet new people and have a good time, one of which being the Dance Club. At the EvCC...

 SEA Club: Taking Action to Sustain Our Environment

Some of the plants being grown in the greenhouse. Not all the plants being grown were planted by the SEA Club, many other students are able to use the greenhouse as well.

Alexis Jones, Staff Writer

January 18, 2016

The Students for Environmental Action club originally began in the 1970’s. It was inspired by the first official Earth Day, according to Laura Wild, one of the club advisors. After a few years the club diminished. But about five years ago, a few students who were interested in saving the environment...