Clipper Rewind: Winter Archives

Candidates for the Sweetheart Dance King and Queen of (EvCC) in February of 1963.

Kyle Ogle, Staff Writer

January 17, 2020

The new year always sparks resolutions and change in habits for some people. Sometimes the change is unexpected, in the first few weeks students and instructors have already got some extra time to work on themselves with schools being closed for snow. This means it’s time to do a few last minute pu...

Not a Jolly Christmas

Not a Jolly Christmas

Michelle Hecker, Staff Writer

November 28, 2016

Halloween is over, now Christmas? Yep, the Holidays start for a lot of businesses sooner than we care for. From a business perspective, this is a good thing to market products in advance but for those of us who are students and find ourselves working during the Holiday months too, this can mean somethin...

There is More to Winter than Christmas

Htun celebrating cleansing winter holiday to ring in the new year dressed in traditional Burmese attire.

Nathan Senff, Staff Writer

November 28, 2016

The sun rises on a beautiful winter day in Myanmar. The day goes like this for George Htun, a Burmese student at EvCC. Splashing of water hits the traditional clothing of the people and loud singing and screaming arises from down the street. The whole city seems to be awake, ready to start the day off with a party. The party that starts today is a wint...

Fruitcake is Better than Coal

No cake is complete without radioactive fruit bits and the delectable tint of egg yolk, said no one ever.

Emma Kilgore, Managing Editor-Print

November 28, 2016

Fruitcake. People use it to prop open doors. Prank their friends. Throw at their enemies. Frankly, it’s below socks on the Christmas list. So why do people eat it? I took it upon myself to interview a few of our students here at Everett Community College. Surprisingly, opinion of the desert w...