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FDA: The Fix and Dupe Administration

FDA: The Fix and Dupe Administration

Thomas Fairchild, Editor-in-Chief

June 12, 2017No Comments

EdCC Administration illegally and willfully refused public access to student government subcommittee meetings subject to the Washington State Open Public Meetings Act (OPMA).

Gov. Jay Inslee visits EdCC students

Gov. Jay Inslee visits EdCC students

Rel Konot, Copy Editor

April 29, 2017No Comments

Governor Jay Inslee visited Edmonds Community College in the afternoon of April 28 to speak with Edmonds Community College student’s regarding their experiences and successes in education programs. These groups included State Need Based Recipients, international and immigrant students, and Math, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) students.

Jeanie is out of the bottle – EdCC pres retiring

Jeanie is out of the bottle – EdCC pres retiring

Thomas Fairchild, Editor in Chief

April 14, 2017No Comments

On the evening of April 13, Edmonds Community College President Dr. Jean Hernandez announced her retirement from the prestigious office, a position she has held since 2011. Dr. Hernandez made the announcement during a...

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Opinion

The vicious cycle between prison and poverty

The vicious cycle between prison and poverty

Ian Moffet, Opinion Editor

March 13, 2017No Comments

Although some argue the minimum sentences discourage drug use, research from across the political spectrum suggests these laws failed to reduce drug use at any substantial rate, including from the conservative think tank The Heritage Foundation.

Want to save Obamacare? Call it Trumpcare

Want to save Obamacare? Call it Trumpcare

Rel Konot, Copy Editor

March 13, 2017No Comments

On March 7, two stacks of paper sat next to each other beside the podium where GOP leaders would reveal their long-anticipated healthcare plan. On the left was the American Health Care Act (quickly nicknamed “Trumpcare...

What’s the big deal with free trade agreements?

What’s the big deal with free trade agreements?

Ian Moffet, Opinion Editor

February 13, 2017No Comments

In the modern context, free trade agreements are negotiations between countries determining tariffs on imports and exports, as well quotas for commodities.

Study challenges common assumptions of violent video games

Study challenges common assumptions of violent video games

Ian Moffet, Opinion Editor

December 5, 2016No Comments

In a study called “Violent Video Games and Real-World Violence: Rhetoric Versus Data”, conducted by research scientists at Rutgers and Villanova University, it was found that violent video games evidently do not lead to increases in violent behavior.

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A&E

Your Guide to Local Summer Events

Your Guide to Local Summer Events

Cecil Touzet, Staff Writer

August 2, 2017No Comments

Edmonds and Lynnwood have plenty of summer events to enjoy before school starts in the Fall. Check out a local concert, Shakespeare in the Park, enjoy an Art Walk, and much more.

Netflix greenlights modern Archie adaptation

Netflix greenlights modern Archie adaptation

Juliette Burchfield, Staff Writer

June 12, 2017No Comments

Riverdale is a teen mystery drama which takes nods from the directing of Twin Peaks and Pretty Little Liars, twisting it for a modern audience.

A student’s guide to electronic science media

A student’s guide to electronic science media

Tara Pegasus, A&E Editor

June 12, 2017No Comments

Science tv shows, documentaries, podcasts, youtube series, and more are becoming hugely popular

Riddling Cult Classic Twin Peaks Returns

Riddling Cult Classic Twin Peaks Returns

Rel Konot, Copy Editor

June 12, 2017No Comments

Season three brought us back to the mysteries of the pacific northwest town after a 25 year wait

Constellations clash in astronomy, astrology

Constellations clash in astronomy, astrology

May 15, 2017

Have you fallen in la-la-love with La La Land?

Have you fallen in la-la-love with La La Land?

May 15, 2017

Violist Annie Center to join string quartet Bella Sala for free concert

Violist Annie Center to join string quartet Bella Sala for free concert

April 10, 2017

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