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Hidden Marine Treasures

Evergreen Debuts New State of the Art Aquarium Facility

By Val Arias If you dare enter the labyrinth that is the connected basement of LAB I, II and the Arts Annex, you may happen upon a remodeled wing of this eerie space. Located directly one floor below the biology and chemistry l...
 

 
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City Finalized Downtown Design Guidelines

By Jasmine Kozak-Gilroy Recent events like the removal of the parklet in front of Burial Grounds and the wall a local business owner built around her neighboring spice shop have peaked my curiosity about the City of Olympia’s d...
 

 
 
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Rising Spring Convergence

Conference Brings Discussion of Pipelines, Colonization to Campus

By Sylvie Chace The Black Cottonwood Collective is hosting the Rising Spring Convergence, an event spanning three days, from April 21 to the 23. The Rising SPRING (Stopping Pipelines and Resisting Infrastructure on Native Groun...
 

 
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Student Perspective on Day of Absence

In this week’s POC talk I spoke to students who attended the reversed Day of Absence this year. For those of you who don’t know or did not participate, Day of Absence (or DOA) is one part of a two day event where focus is place...
 

 
 
Arts & Culture
 

Stuff 2 Do

April 19–May 3

By Sylvie Chace CASV Presents: Self-Defense and Physical Self-Confidence Thursday 4/20. Campus Recreation Center room 116. 4pm. Free. Evergreen’s Coalition Against Sexual Violence presents this event as part of Sexual Assault A...
 

 
Arts & Culture
 

Megan Bailey

Cover Artist

   Interview by Jasmine Kozak-Gilroy Megan Bailey is an Evergreen State College student who utilizes house paint in their eerie still lifes that play with perspective. We sat down with them to talk about what they’re currently ...
 

 
 
Arts & Culture
 

Evergreen’s Photo Collection

The Story Behind TESC’s Extensive Collection & Why You’ve Never Seen Them

By Ruby Love Did you know that Evergreen owns a large collection of photographs, including prints from artists like Diane Arbus, Edward Weston, and Jerry Uelsmann, not to mention dozens of Andy Warhol’s Polaroids? Likely not—yo...
 

 
Arts & Culture
 

Arts Walk Preview

By Ruby Love It’s that time of year again, and Spring Arts Walk is right around the corner! We’ve combed through the one hundred and seventeen venues (aaahh!) and have a few suggestions for tackling Olympia’s twice-yearly artst...
 

 
 
Letters & Opinion
 

Survey Data in Action

Think Student Surveys are Pointless? Think Again!

By Erin Taylor If Fall quarter was your first here at Evergreen, you are probably familiar with the New Student Survey. The New Student Survey (NSS) is administered every two years by Evergreen’s Office of Institutional Researc...
 

 
Astrology
 

Horoscopes

Week of April 19

By Sylvie Chace It’s retrograde season! While Venus is now out of retrograde and sits in the emotional sign of Pisces, Mercury and Saturn have just transitioned and begun to mess with all the signs. If you’ve been experiencing ...
 

 
 
News
 

Seattle Sues Trump

City Takes President Back to Court Over Sanctuary Status

By Chloe Marina Manchester Mayor Ed Murray announced, in a press conference on Wednesday, that the city of Seattle will be suing the Trump administration. This is following a Monday statement from Attorney General Jeff Sessions...