The Triton Review

CSEL teams up with local senior housing community

Olivia Gregorich, Staff Writer

June 30, 2020

Edmonds College’s Service Learning program has partnered with Shepherd’s Garden, a local low-income housing community for seniors 62 or older.  According to Christine Thomas, the administrator at Shepherd’s Garden, the housin...

College counselors adapt to remain available to students

Kyra Dougall, Staff Writer

June 30, 2020

Mental health is more important than ever during this time, which is why Edmonds College counselors have been hard at work to continue offering their services to students. “I just want people to know that anytime they’re feeling tha...

Service learning went virtual this quarter

Olivia Gregorich, Staff Writer

June 30, 2020

With the pressure of COVID-19, the majority of Edmonds College was forced to be remote for Spring Quarter. Unfortunately, this includes service learning; a program designed to combine community service with teachable moments ...

Local athlete proves himself- again

Daniel Pejovic, Staff Writer

June 30, 2020

Local football star and Snohomish County Native Jacob Eason was taken in round four of the 2020 National Football League Draft, selected 122 overall to the Indianapolis Colts From Lake Stevens to Athens and the University of Georgia, movin...

How a local produce stand is managing mid-pandemic

Kyra Dougall, Staff Writer

June 30, 2020

Since the outbreak of COVID-19, simple trips to the grocery store have become a tedious task. Two months after Governor Jay Inslee made restrictions on gatherings, the lines to the register often still go all the way to the bac...

Students facing financial hardships can receive aid through grants and programs

Olivia Gregorich, Staff Writer

June 30, 2020

In the uncertain times of the COVID-19 pandemic, students attending Edmonds College need more support than ever. Many have recently found themselves unemployed, struggling to afford tuition, housing and even food all at once. Not ...

Locals are finding creative ways to celebrate graduates

Sarah Wechsler, Staff Writer

June 30, 2020

High school seniors have lost many of the rights of passage that traditionally come with completing their years of public education, and unfortunately, such events like prom and graduation cannot be made up.  In the midst o...

Culinary department spices things up with new food truck

Olivia Gregorich, Staff Writer

March 16, 2020

Food is something many have a shared love for. Edmonds Community College is known for having affordable, great-tasting food that satisfies many dietary restrictions and cravings. This spring, community members will be able to purchas...

Chemistry teacher receives minor injuries in experiment gone wrong

Sierra Buckley, Editor-in-Chief

February 18, 2020

Following an explosion during her Introduction to Chemistry class. Heather Walsh, chemistry professor, was taken to the hospital last Wednesday, Feb. 12 The small explosion occurred just before noon near the Brier Grill entra...

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...

Edmonds Community College faculty picket for fair wages.

Picketing for pay raises

December 9, 2019

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