Lasting Legacy

Esther Moss at EvCC Graduation

Morgan Hoyt, Feature's Editor

February 23, 2017

Esther Moss, a member of EvCC’s Diversity and Equity Center, made everyone feel welcome on campus. She always gave hugs to those in need and her enthusiasm for helping people made a lasting impact on students. She never left questions unanswered, always going out of her own way to help others. “She...

Students of Color Career Conference

Students, staff faculty and community members come together at the end of the coference to take a picture to remember another successful SOCCC conference.

Diana Pinon, Staff Writer

April 14, 2016

While many of us were enjoying spring break, the 14th annual Students of Color Career Conference (SOCCC) took place at EvCC. More than 100 volunteers including students, staff, faculty and community members participated in this event to make sure it ran smoothly.  For this year’s SOCCC there was 2,250...

The Will to Learn: ESL Classes Bring Opportunity for Students

Sergio Huacuja, Staff Writer

February 18, 2016

It all starts with a will to learn a new language to adapt to a new country and a new beginning. For many people who just arrived to the United States from a different country, one of their goals is to learn English. Others have been in this country for years but not knowing English and this has...

What’s Your Story?

Nathan Thomas, Staff Writer

February 7, 2016

Take a look around, we’re different. Our skin, our gods, our sexual organs/orientations and our experiences. We sit next to one another in class and just pretend not to notice. We depend on the internet and the television to tell us about our neighbors. The girl in the hijab is Muslim, right? But...