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One of these Four People Will Be Evergreen’s Next President

By Issac Scott & Josh Wolf The four Evergreen presidential candidates visited campus in February, and spoke about the challenges and opportunities for liberal arts education at public forums. The Board of Trustees expects t...
 

 
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New Proposal Would Limit Washington Tuition Rates

‘College Affordability Program’ Clears Senate Higher Education Committee

By Issac Scott College students in Washington may soon get a break. A new bill in the state senate would limit how much public colleges could charge for resident tuition, and make the state pay colleges the difference. Evergree...
 

 
 
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China May Ban the Import of US Shellfish

Analysts Fear Damages to Washington Economy

By Seth Leuck Neighbors are tricky. Sometimes they borrow your hammer and don’t return it; sometimes they don’t cut their grass when they should and every once in a while they place a countrywide ban on your shellfish exports. ...
 

 
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Broken Water Releases ‘Wrought’

Over beers at Le Voyeur, Broken Water talks about Bikini Kill, Sleater-Kinney, and Making Bros Cry

By Josh Wolf The show ended with the guitar screaming face down in the drums. Jon Hanna left his guitar lying nervously on Kanako Pooknyw’s drum, while Pooknyw yelled improv into the microphone and clashed down upon her bellowi...
 

 
 
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New Open-Mic Leading the Way in Olympia’s Comedy Scene

By Taylor Sikorski Olympia’s newest stand up comedy open-mic, Vomity, is successfully reviving our comedy scene as well as establishing new standards for local comedians. Olympia has a long-running comedy scene, but it’s been a...
 

 
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Luis Pedraja is Who We Need

President Endorsement

By Issac Scott Evergreen’s new president will take office next year during a time of major transition for the college. Les Purce’s successor will be asked to steer Evergreen out of a multifaceted quagmire. Enrollment hasn’t bee...
 

 
 
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Farmworkers and Students Picket at Olympia Grocery Store, Demand Boycott

By MEXA de Evergreen and the Evergreen Farmworker Solidarity Collective As students, members of the Olympia community, and consumers of food, we picketed in front of Safeway, on Saturday February 28th, 2015, to demand that the ...
 

 
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You and Me on a CD: The Evergreen Media Project

By Zach Newman For 35 years, students at Evergreen have been documenting the unique music and art they have been making on the annual Evergreen Student Media Project (ESMP.) Run by students with guidance by faculty, the ESMP hi...
 

 
 
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Wasted Advice

Greetings. Welcome to Wasted Advice, wherein you ask for advice and a different member of our talented staff answers each week—drunk. We both win. You can ask us the questions you can’t ask your resident advisor. How is Nicki M...
 

 
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All-Campus Mentoring Day

By Kathryn L. Herron The process of writing an academic statement is a relatively new responsibility for Evergreen students. According to faculty member Shaw Osha, the academic statement initiative was the first requirement Eve...
 

 
 
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Amidst Budget Crisis, Elements Within GSU Seek Increased Stipends

By Nicholas Bense Legitimate government exists to serve its constituents. When a legislative body fails to hold its people’s interests above their own, it ceases to function as it should. This holds especially true in times of ...