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Daniel Albert, Editor-in-Chief of the EvCC Clipper.

Daniel Albert, Editor-in-Chief

April 12, 2020

A Letter From the Editor - Hello staff, students and the rest of the EvCC community. On behalf of the whole Clipper news team, we welcome you back to school and hope you are all staying safe during these unprecedented times. As our world adapts to a new normal, so will our coverage. As journalists, our job ...

How EvCC Students Receive News

How EvCC Students Receive News

Jessica Kupcake, Staff Writer

February 13, 2020

EvCC students were recently surveyed regarding their daily news and how they receive it.   According to Zignal Labs, a digital data analytics company, “86 percent of Americans who read news articles on social media admit they don’t always fact check the news they read on social.” Of that, “44 percent ...

EvCC Student Involved in Hit and Run

Construction worker, Carol Crane, describing the accident that occurred in front of the Mountain View dorms on Wednesday, Feb. 5.

Daniel Albert, Editor-in-Chief

February 5, 2020

Just before 9:45 a.m. this morning EvCC student, Lakeithia Sakin was involved in a vehicular hit and run just outside of the Mountain View dorms on the intersection of 10th street and Broadway. Sakin was taken via ambulance to be treated for a non-life threatening injury to her foot. Sakin is a member...

Man Exposes Himself to Classroom Inside Gray Wolf Hall

The second story of Gray Wolf Hall (shown above) is where the suspect revealed himself on Tuesday around 3 p.m.

Daniel Albert and Jane Bowman

October 4, 2019

According to Campus Security, an unidentified male was reported being seen exposing himself outside of a second-floor Gray Wolf Hall classroom around 3 p.m. on Tuesday. The suspect reportedly walked up to a classroom window and exposed himself to nearly twenty students. The suspect was last described...

Yesterday’s News: June

Two Coptic Christian girls celebrating Sham El Nessim. Egypt’s religious minority were targeted once more when gunmen shot and killed 29 on May 26, according to CNN. ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack. Attacks against Coptic Christians have risen since 2011, the last being the Good Friday bombings that killed dozens.

Emma Kilgore, Managing Editor-Print

June 5, 2017

Summer has arrived. Birds chirping in the trees, the Beach Boys playing on your neighbor’s radio- Wait a minute, hear that? It’s the sound of yesterday’s news crashing through your bedroom window. Enjoy the shards of glass and last month’s headlines. Local: What: Wildfire forces evacuation When: May 2...

Yesterday’s News-May

Activist Delois Blakely protesting next the Nigerian Embassy in New York in 2014. Known as the “Boko Haram girls,” 82 of the kidnapped girls were released May 6. According to BBC news, the parents of the released have not seen their daughters as of press time, and it may be a while. The 21 girls freed last October are still in government custody and weren’t allowed home for Christmas.

Emma Kilgore, Managing Editor-Print

May 15, 2017

In Our Neck of the Woods   What: Small plane crash-lands When: May 2 Where: Mukilteo Source: MyNorthwest.com Despite crashing at Harbour Point Boulevard Southwest and Mukilteo Speedway, there were no injuries and State Route 525 was re-opened after 90 minutes. Snohomish County PUD r...

Yesterday’s News April

Tensions have increased between North Korean president Kim Jong-un, pictured, and President Trump over missile tests surrounding Day of the Sun holiday, according to BBC news. North Korea carried out its fifth nuclear test on April 16 that failed, but Vice-Foreign Minister Han Song-ryol told BBC North Korea will be conducting future missile tests on a “weekly, monthly and yearly basis.”

Emma Kilgore, Managing Editor-Print

April 27, 2017

Gather around, boys and girls. This month’s news is hot off the press and ready to be devoured. To sweeten the deal, we’ll throw in some nifty headlines to get an idea of what you might’ve missed. What: Slow-moving landslide closes State Route 530 Where: Oso When: April 7 Source: ...

Yesterday’s News

President Trump signed a new travel ban on March 5, according to BBC News. The new ban places a 90-day ban on travel from six mainly-Muslim countries, removing Iraq from the list after additional visa-vetting measures.

Emma Kilgore, Managing Editor-Print

March 11, 2017

Local: What: Fire blazes historic Old Village Restaurant When: Feb. 19 Where: Marysville Source: KOMO News The 80-year-old restaurant’s roof and interior were burned, causing property damage estimates to be up to $1 million. No one was injured, and restaurant owners plan to rebuild. As of press time, ...

Yesterday’s News March 1

Emma Kilgore, Managing Editor of Print

March 1, 2017

Raging fires, beached whales and the New England Patriots. Not sure which one of those upset you the most, but we’ve got them all. This month’s headlines have been absolutely insane, and The Clipper has them all for you. Headlines: Feb. 1 Prison break and hostage situation in Smyrna, Delaware Feb. 2 Tru...

Yesterday’s News

Emma Kilgore, Managing Editor-Print

February 14, 2017

Did winter break freeze over your newsfeed? We all need some defrosting after the last two months. To get you caught up with the big headlines and even bigger names, here’s a list. It’s as they say: go “bigly” or go home.   What: 38 dead, 155 wounded in Istanbul bombing When: Dec. 10 Wher...

Yesterday’s News

Yesterday's News

Emma Kilgore, Managing Editor-Print

October 31, 2016

Commemorative News: 10/12/16

Commemorative News: 10/12/16

Emma Kilgore, Managing Editor-Print

October 8, 2016