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Navigating the Changes Ahead

Highlights of Evergreen’s Post-Election Forum

By Tari Gunstone Students and faculty looking for answers on how to move forward after the unexpected election of Donald Trump gathered in the recital hall on Tuesday, Nov. 9 for a post-election forum titled “Navigating the Cha...
 

 
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Cover Artist Interview

Porter Nelson & Max Grasa

By Ruby Love Max and Porter are two Greener buds who like to make art together. They made a front and back cover just for us! Yay! See what they have to say for themselves. How did you meet, and when did you start making art to...
 

 
 
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Women’s Basket Ball Coach Faces Allegations of Discrimination

Students Criticize Administration Inaction

By Jennifer Hicks In October of this year POC Talk was contacted by a Evergreen Student and former Geoduck Basketball player about alleged racism and harassment they experienced while on the basketball team here at Evergreen. T...
 

 
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Stuff 2 Do

11/30—12/31

By Jasmine Kozak-Gilroy Friday 12/2 Hari Kondabolu Album Release Show Capitol Theater. 9pm. $12. 21+ Hari Konduolu, returning to Olympia for the third time, is well known for his politically charged comedy, which often centers ...
 

 
 
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Express Bus Passes (Service to and from Pierce County)

Letter to the Editor

By Waylon Robert Before and after I was elected to the Geoduck Student Union I take the InterCity Transit (IT) express buses very often. These are defined as buses that leave Thurston County going to Tacoma and Lakewood. The fi...
 

 
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Fracking Sands Shipment Blocked from Leaving Port of Olympia

12 Arrested in Police Raid of the Train Track Encampment

By Chloe Marina Manchester On November 11, a group of anti-fracking protesters, collectively dubbed Olympia Stand, blocked a train coming from the Port of Olympia carrying frackings sands, or proppants. The train was successful...
 

 
 
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Northwest Post-Election Protests

Many Express Fear, Anger, and Frustration

By Rachel Carlson, Chloe Marina Manchester, Tari Gunstone, & Felix Chrome Since the election of Donald Trump it seems like the meme-worthy craziness of 2016 is only set to continue into the new year. This year has been char...
 

 
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Molly Mackinnon

Cover Artist Interview

By Ruby Love Everyone is an artist – you have to be put in a place where you can access those capabilities. If people could find themselves in a position to unlock this, they would be so much more fulfilled…it’s ins...
 

 
 
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Harvest Festival

By Jon Fitzgerald Photos by Tari Gunstone The Evergreen Organic Farm celebrated its harvest this year with the 35th annual Harvest Festival. My partner and I walked the path down the hill as we entered the Organic Farm. Everyth...
 

 
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A Port of the Problem

How the Olympia Port Connects to NoDAPL Protest

By Pauline Allen This September the level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere permanently surpassed 400ppm (parts per million). The safe level of CO2 is 350ppm (like the climate justice organization named 350.org, if you’ve nev...
 

 
 
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Making Meaning out of Thanksgiving

By Tari Gunstone It’s poignant that in America, we have to commercialize the giving of thanks in order to get our heads out of our asses for one moment. It doesn’t come naturally for us to celebrate the opportunities, resources...