The Triton Review

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...

Menstrual Products Still up for Debate

Sierra Buckley and Brent Anderson

June 7, 2019

By Brent Anderson Photographer The Center for Student Engagement and Leadership, CSEL, holds dozens of meetings each quarter. Most people probably picture several people with fancy name plates sitting around a table, talk...

FAFSA Help Needed for Computer Unfamiliars

Sierra Buckley, A&E Editor

May 14, 2019

Technology and finances are two things that tend to frustrate older generations, I’ll be the first to admit that I never turn in financial aid forms on time for this reason. In fact, I didn’t even fill out my FAFSA until M...

Textbook Exchange Fair Returns to EdCC

Madeleine S. Jenness, Editor-in-Chief

May 14, 2019

Textbooks are one of the greatest concerns for students who are trying to save money. Luckily, the Student Government is looking to help students with this problem by offering a textbook exchange service. On April 2nd and 3rd...

Earth Day Kickoff

Madeleine S. Jenness, Editor-in-Chief

May 14, 2019

Edmonds Community College started Earth Month with a fair on April 17th where students and staff could learn how to be more sustainable while earning stamps for a free meal. Staff from various departments were  at the event...

Mental Health on Campus: A Series by Students Gov. – Joshua Rivedal

Derek Bissell, Staff Writer

May 14, 2019

One hundred and twenty-nine American people will attempt to end their life today. This is the U.S. average, and with it comes the stigma of discussing depression and mental health. The only way to combat the taboo around this...

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