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    Cheap Eats: 4th Ave for $5

    By Ira Zuckerman Like many students, I got lost on move-in day. I got lost in the thick of downtown Olympia with a dorm-mate trying to find an inexpensive dinner, something to settle the shock of leaving home. Like two blind vu...
     
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    By EMMA ROTOLO There is an increasing struggle among college students to afford and access food as well as maintain housing. In a research article by Dr. Danielle Gallegos and Kai Ong claim  “There are different levels of food ...
     
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    By Miriam X. Padilla Nestora Salgado is a naturalized U.S. citizen who grew up in the small indigenous village of Olinala in the state of Guerrero, Mexico. She moved to the United States in 1991 at the age of 20, working as a m...
     
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    Student-Run Week of Events Offers Alternatives to Official Orientation By FELIX CHROME DisOrientation Week is a series of student-organized events that happen alongside Evergreen’s official Orientation Week every year. While Or...
     
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    Best New Music: 2013-14

    Here’s what we think you should be listening to. By ISSAC SCOTT While everyone fawns over Portland, Chicago and Austin as hot spots for new music, Olympia quietly ferments the kind of sublime weirdness that has contribute...
     
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    OH, ROSE – 1919 (Guest Records) By JOSH WOLF Lead by frontwoman Olivia Rose, Oh, Rose is one of Olympia’s most promising bands. After practicing for less than three months in late Spring 2014, the group embarked on their ...
     
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    Cheap Eats: 4th Ave for $5

    By Ira Zuckerman Like many students, I got lost on move-in day. I got lost in the thick of downtown Olympia with a dorm-mate trying to find an inexpensive dinner, something to settle the shock of leaving home. Like two blind vu...
     
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    Food-or-Education

    Food and Education

    By EMMA ROTOLO There is an increasing struggle among college students to afford and access food as well as maintain housing. In a research article by Dr. Danielle Gallegos and Kai Ong claim  “There are different levels of food ...
     
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    Renton, Washington resident Nestora Salgado leads a group of community police in Guerrero, Mexico.

    Washington-based Activist Imprisoned in Mexico

    By Miriam X. Padilla Nestora Salgado is a naturalized U.S. citizen who grew up in the small indigenous village of Olinala in the state of Guerrero, Mexico. She moved to the United States in 1991 at the age of 20, working as a m...
     
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    DisOrientation Week

    Student-Run Week of Events Offers Alternatives to Official Orientation By FELIX CHROME DisOrientation Week is a series of student-organized events that happen alongside Evergreen’s official Orientation Week every year. While Or...
     
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    Sharkpact plays at the Palace Flophouse during Flopfest in August. BLAINE EWIG

    Best New Music: 2013-14

    Here’s what we think you should be listening to. By ISSAC SCOTT While everyone fawns over Portland, Chicago and Austin as hot spots for new music, Olympia quietly ferments the kind of sublime weirdness that has contribute...
     
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    OhRoseWEB

    Best New Music: Oh, Rose – “1919”

    OH, ROSE – 1919 (Guest Records) By JOSH WOLF Lead by frontwoman Olivia Rose, Oh, Rose is one of Olympia’s most promising bands. After practicing for less than three months in late Spring 2014, the group embarked on their ...
     

 
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Cheap Eats: 4th Ave for $5

By Ira Zuckerman Like many students, I got lost on move-in day. I got lost in the thick of downtown Olympia with a dorm-mate trying to find an inexpensive dinner, something to settle the shock of leaving home. Like two blind vu...