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A Conversation with Kshama Sawant

Unrepentant Socialist Seattle City Councillor To Speak at Commencement

By Zachary Newman Seattle City Councillor and labor organizer Kshama Sawant will be the speaker for this year’s graduation ceremony. Sawant won a seat on the Seattle City Council in 2014, running as a member of the Socialist Al...
 

 
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Night At The Hands on Children’s Museum

Unleashing Your Inner Selfie

By Sara Fabian The Hands on Children’s Museum is a place full of wonder, intrigue and play. Though usually a place for a child and adult accompaniment, the Adult Swim series which started in January of 2014 has opened the amuse...
 

 
 
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What is May Day?

Commemorating the Working Class Struggle at Home and Around the World

By Josh Wolf The Pacific Northwest has a strong history of protest, and on May 1, Olympia, Seattle, and Portland will continue the tradition of marching in the streets to celebrate May Day. While celebrating May Day in the regi...
 

 
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White People and Racism…

Sometimes It’s Okay to Laugh

By Seth Leuck On Friday April 10, at Evergreen’s Longhouse, comedy was king. In front of a packed house, headliner and famous Australian comic Aamer Rahman, and openers Khadija Hassan and Abraham Tadesse brought the audience to...
 

 
 
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GAPS

Next Generation

A Sober Look at the Generation PsYchedelic Conference

By Ira Zuckerman It was a beautiful spring weekend—birds were singing, weed-whackers were whacking, music was pumping out of the Circus Resurgence Club’s speakers—but the attendees of the Generation PsYchedelic (GenPsY) confere...
 

 
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Clean Energy Committee Funding Awards

By Paisley Gallagher Clean Energy Committee Outreach Coordinator I would like to send out a big “thank you” to all who applied for Clean Energy Committee funding. We saw a variety of project proposals from research, building pr...
 

 
 
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Vanishing Point Prepares New Issue of Student Literary Magazine

By Garrett Bekemeyer On the third floor of the CAB sits a room bursting with journalistic ingenuity. Room 332, not just the headquarters of the CPJ, is also the home of our school’s bustling young literary magazine, Vanishing P...
 

 
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Spring Arts Walk Previews

Olympia’s annual Spring Arts Walk is one of the city’s biggest events, with over 100 artists registered, and many more participating unofficially. Here is a collection of artists that we recommend who are presenting their work ...
 

 
 
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Best Bets: April 23 – May 6

Some picks for an alright time. By Issac Scott Saturday April 25 Outer Bass ft. SIXIS While still in school at Evergreen, Ben Wyss, AKA SIXIS, began his ascent into the high echelons of the world of progressive electronic music...
 

 
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Winter Student Vote Results

CRC Renovation Defeated; WashPIRG and GSU Initiatives Passed

By Kathryn Herron The results of the 2015 Winter Student Ballots are in. The Costantino Recreational Center (CRC) renovation fee was not approved, but the WashPIRG fee renewal vote and the Gwideq Student Union (GSU) fee advisor...

 

 
 
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George Bridges to Step in as New College President

  By Issac Scott George Bridges will be Evergreen’s next college president. That was the word from the Board of Trustees on Monday, Mar. 16 at an announcement ceremony in the Longhouse, where Bridges appeared beside curren...