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Stage adaptation of ‘Frozen’ fails to build upon source material

Alec Han, Staff Writer

March 16, 2020

Stage adaptations are a great way to build upon a story, and it’s no surprise that Disney was quick to create one for its most successful animated film, ‘Frozen’. Unfortunately, ‘Frozen’ the Broadway stage musical adds ...

Local ballet theatre strives to make dancing enjoyable for all

Olivia Gregorich, Staff Writer

February 18, 2020

Dance is a very physically demanding art form. Inside the studio at Olympic Ballet Theatre and School, the dancers do complicated combinations, lifting their leg higher than many would ever dream of, and balancing on pointe sho...

From rubbish to runway: Green Team is making trash fashionable

Boston Putra, Staff Writer

February 18, 2020

EdCC community members were tasked with creating fashion out of trash these past few weeks for the Green Team’s Trashion Show. The Trashion Show, held Feb. 12, kicked-off RecycleMania, an eight-week competition between colleges an...

More representation needed in the entertainment industry

Quinn Bickerstaff, Staff Writer

December 9, 2019

Fair representation in movies and TV has long been something the film industry has to work on. While films of the last decade or so have diversified somewhat, largely influenced by social media, there continues to be room for i...

Vanna White is more than what she wears

Sierra Buckley, Editor-in-Chief

December 9, 2019

Those tuning in to Wheel of Fortune this week will see Vanna White hosting a full episode, sans host Pat Sajack, for the first time since she turned her first letter in 1982, making her an integral part of the show for the first...

Get out of your comfort zone: travel the world!

Nellie Rivo, Staff Writer

October 31, 2019

Studying abroad is a life-changing experience for just about anyone who does it. Janessa Wangadi, and Edmonds Community College student, is just one of numerous students whose lives have been bettered by their travels. Wangadi attended Saitama...

Friendships Were Tested at Springfest 2019

Sierra Buckley, A&E Editor

June 11, 2019

Another year at Edmonds Community College is coming to a close, which means a few things; many Tritons will be graduating and saying goodbye, for others it’s time to enroll in Summer and/or Fall classes, but most importantly: ...

When Cultures Collide: Immigrant Students Tell Their Stories

Jack Evert, Staff Writer

June 7, 2019

Profiles: Origins/Identities/Belonging,” a photo series consisting of 22 photographs of former Edmonds Community College immigrant students, is set to debut at EdCC in Fall 2019. The photos will be accompanied by personal e...

A Student’s Guide to Resources

Miriam Urie, News Editor

June 7, 2019

Shortly after publication we received several corrections about the information presented in this story. All of the areas where a correction is needed are denoted with an *, and the correct information can be found at the end of...

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