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    Spring Forward: Cleaning All the Clothes and Clutter

    BY SARA FABIAN Springtime is often seen as a time of growth, renewal, rebirth and of the cycle of life starting once again. The signs of change are all around us. Flowers illuminate parks, the days are longer, brighter, and war...
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    Top Instrumental Movie Soundtracks to do Homework to

    BY SERENA IMANI KORN With the right kind of music, a homework session can prove very successful, but students are often divided on whether or not they like to study while listening to music. Some people need to listen to someth...
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    CRC and GO Team Up to Create Some Magic JAMES GUTCH For those of us, such as myself, who have not picked up a Harry Potter book in a while, or who have never even touched the things (the first four were good, after that they go...
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    Net Neutrality Now

    BY SERENA IMANI KORN Internet neutrality is a big deal. I’ve only recently been able to really wrap my head around it. Now that I’ve cut through the complexity of the issue, I understand the severity and importance of Internet ...
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    Oh, Rose: That Do Now See

    BY JOSH WOLF Wandering between shivering vibratos and dreamy swoons, Olympia band Oh, Rose will shake your bones. The vocals can lift you away in hypnosis, as easily as they can command your attention, and although there is som...
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    Book Review: The Ruins of Mars

    BY RAY STILL Evergreen alum Dylan James Quarles has always been fascinated by the reports of canals seen on Mars through mankind’s first telescopes. These reports, which later proved to be optical illusions, fueled Quarles’ ima...
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    Spring Forward: Cleaning All the Clothes and Clutter

    BY SARA FABIAN Springtime is often seen as a time of growth, renewal, rebirth and of the cycle of life starting once again. The signs of change are all around us. Flowers illuminate parks, the days are longer, brighter, and war...
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    Top Instrumental Movie Soundtracks to do Homework to

    BY SERENA IMANI KORN With the right kind of music, a homework session can prove very successful, but students are often divided on whether or not they like to study while listening to music. Some people need to listen to someth...
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    A chaser takes a shot at one of the hoops. JAMES GUTCH

    Hula Hoops and Wizard Sleeves

    CRC and GO Team Up to Create Some Magic JAMES GUTCH For those of us, such as myself, who have not picked up a Harry Potter book in a while, or who have never even touched the things (the first four were good, after that they go...
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    RUBY THOMPSON

    Net Neutrality Now

    BY SERENA IMANI KORN Internet neutrality is a big deal. I’ve only recently been able to really wrap my head around it. Now that I’ve cut through the complexity of the issue, I understand the severity and importance of Internet ...
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    oh-rose_web

    Oh, Rose: That Do Now See

    BY JOSH WOLF Wandering between shivering vibratos and dreamy swoons, Olympia band Oh, Rose will shake your bones. The vocals can lift you away in hypnosis, as easily as they can command your attention, and although there is som...
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    Ruins-of-Mars1_web

    Book Review: The Ruins of Mars

    BY RAY STILL Evergreen alum Dylan James Quarles has always been fascinated by the reports of canals seen on Mars through mankind’s first telescopes. These reports, which later proved to be optical illusions, fueled Quarles’ ima...

 
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Artist Profile ~ Matt Smith

ARTIST  PROFILE: MATT SMITH By Josh Wolf I spoke with Evergreen artist, Matt Smith, about dead museums, Futurism, and drinking while painting. His upcoming show at Sage’s Cafe is Friday, January 24 with four other local artists...
 

 
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Spring Forward: Cleaning All the Clothes and Clutter

BY SARA FABIAN Springtime is often seen as a time of growth, renewal, rebirth and of the cycle of life starting once again. The signs of change are all around us. Flowers illuminate parks, the days are longer, brighter, and war...
 

 
 
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Top Instrumental Movie Soundtracks to do Homework to

BY SERENA IMANI KORN With the right kind of music, a homework session can prove very successful, but students are often divided on whether or not they like to study while listening to music. Some people need to listen to someth...
 

 
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A chaser takes a shot at one of the hoops. JAMES GUTCH
A chaser takes a shot at one of the hoops. JAMES GUTCH
A chaser takes a shot at one of the hoops. JAMES GUTCH

Hula Hoops and Wizard Sleeves

CRC and GO Team Up to Create Some Magic JAMES GUTCH For those of us, such as myself, who have not picked up a Harry Potter book in a while, or who have never even touched the things (the first four were good, after that they go...
 

 
 
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RUBY THOMPSON
RUBY THOMPSON
RUBY THOMPSON

Net Neutrality Now

BY SERENA IMANI KORN Internet neutrality is a big deal. I’ve only recently been able to really wrap my head around it. Now that I’ve cut through the complexity of the issue, I understand the severity and importance of Internet ...