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Student Response to Police Chief Stacy Brown’s Comments on Campus Protest

By Georgie Hicks The last issue of this publication included an interview of Stacy Brown, the new Evergreen chief of police. Within that article Brown made several comments that I found unacceptable and in need of dissection. B...
 

 
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Tell the Administration Seminar II Bathrooms Should be All-Gender

I have worked on changing the gendered bathrooms in Seminar II to all-gender for a year now, completing every step that the administration has thrown at me. I have been successful in this process before, changing the bathrooms ...
 

 
 
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Wasted Advice

February 1

Greetings. Welcome to Wasted Advice, wherein you ask for advice and I continue to get drunk and advise you. We both win. You can ask me the questions you can’t ask your resident advisor. Is there anyway around seeing people in ...
 

 
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Olympia Women’s March Attracts Crowds, Controversy

By Jon Fitzgerald On January 21, people on every continent gathered in a series of women’s marches as a declaration of unity and power. The marches, spawning from the original event planned for Washington, D.C., gained massive ...
 

 
 
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Evergreen “Welcomes” New Chief of Police

Chief Brown Discusses Protests, Fears, and Plans for Future

By Jasmine Kozak-Gilroy On January 11, 2016, the new Evergreen chief of police, Stacy Brown, was set to be sworn in. Brown, who graduated from the college in 2006, was hired out of the Lewis County Deputy’s office where she had...
 

 
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Police Program to Shed Light on Campus Safety

Safer Steps Program Designed to Bring Awareness to Police Public Service

By Chloe Marina Manchester Safer Steps is a new program designed to raise awareness of the public services offered by campus police, such as unlocking doors, jumping cars, and escorting students who are afraid to walk alone aro...
 

 
 
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Trump Inauguration Prompts Protests & Demonstrations

What’s Going Down in Olympia

By Felix Chrome Nationally and locally January 20 seems to have the potential to be a wild, action filled day, with a wide variety of events planned. There have been calls for protests and demonstrations of various forms to tak...
 

 
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POC Talk

Student Conduct Code Violations Used Against Direct Action

By Georgie Hicks Recently there has been several instances of direct action at Evergreen involving the interruption of planned school events, including the protest at convocation, the opening of Purce hall, and more recently th...
 

 
 
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Ashley Miller

Cover Artist

IV. I leave the mess. Piss stains color paper, and cd cases crack under my heels. I put on nice shirts and look in the mirror. Two weeks later I carry the mess to the dumpster. I ask about my blood in the jar. You say you poure...
 

 
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Voyager Opens at Galerie Fotoland

By Ruby Love It’s officially the start of winter quarter, and if you’re like me and spent the break in a haze of rich food and existential dread, coming back to school has been a welcome change. Coinciding with the start of the...
 

 
 
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The Necessity of Laughter

An Interview with Local Comedian Sam Miller

By Tari Gunstone I went to see a friend compete in an improv battle in Portland one night and Sam Miller performed for the intermission. I know very little about comedy, but I knew enough about the so called norms of comedy eti...