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Ruby Love

Cover Artist

After two years, our beloved Arts  & Culture editor Ruby Love will be leaving us. We are excited to be able to publish her work before she heads off to greener pastures. “These photographs were made as part of an ongoing se...

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Around Town

As an new student, you’re about to dive not just into a new school but into a new city. Our staff has pulled together a compilation of their favorite spots.

Priest Point Park Just east of Downtown lies 314 acres of lush winding woods along Budd Bay. Follow steep trails of Douglas fir, bigleaf maple, and red alder through ravines hugging teal water inlets, or take a leisurely walk o...

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The Lowdown on Photoland

By Sally Linn Photoland here at Evergreen is a haven for all things photography and it’s available to use for free for enrolled students. While it is one of Evergreen’s many amazing resources, its commitment to providing a dedi...

Letters & Opinion

Body Party

Advice on Sex, Relationships, & More

Welcome to college, bitch. You’re most likely about to do some fucking. If you know you won’t be fucking then that’s cool, we here at Body Party know that some people get by just fine without sex, but for this issue we’re getti...



Week of September 18

By April Davidson Aries 3/21 – 4/19 Focus on the things you do have, not on what you don’t.  Whatever you are stressing about not having enough of, whether it is some material or bodily concern, it is blocking you from se...


A Year of Events

A Time Line of Protests

By Jasmine Kozak-Gilroy Recent protests were a response to tensions that have been mounting through the entire academic year. Here is a summary of some of the events that lead to student action— September 21 Student Protest at ...

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Stuff to Do

May 31 – June 14

Olympia Comics Festival Friday June 2-Saturday June 3 Timberland Library – 313 8th Ave SE // Olympia Center – 222 Columbia St NW // Capitol Theater – 206 Fifth Ave // Danger Room – 201 Fourth Ave. W. All...

Letters & Opinion

Resident Assistants On Strike!

By Resident Assistants Fighting for Tomorrow On Friday, May 26 at 7 p.m. a group of Resident Assistants of The Evergreen State College went on strike as the group RAFT (Resident Assistants Fighting for Tomorrow). On Wednesday, ...

Letters & Opinion

Campus Police: Not ‘Just Here to Help’

By Jasmine Kozak-Gilroy Police, on or off campus, are positioned as protectors of the safety of all citizens, an illusion that comes in conflict with the reality of violence routinely committed against protesters, regardless of...



May 31

By Sylvie Chace The sun is shining down on this beautiful Gemini season where we are being pulled quickly in a myriad of directions. Where life may feel overwhelming and exploring every angle of a situation may be a lot of work...

Letters & Opinion

The Truth About the Evergreen Protests

By Jacqueline Littleton Dr. Bret Weinstein of the Evergreen State College shared this headline on Twitter: “The Shrieking Mob of Students Confronted the Professor for Opposing Racism.” The mob of students in question were prote...