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Kabby Mitchell

Remembering a Beloved Evergreen Faculty & Local Cultural Icon

By Ruby Love Kabby Mitchell, III, celebrated performer, choreographer, mentor, and Evergreen faculty member passed away last week, Thursday, May 4, at the age of sixty. A member of the faculty since 1998, Mitchell taught interd...
 

 
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Stuff 2 Do

May 17

By  Sylvie Chace & Felix Chrome Wednesday 5/17 Blessed is the flame: Concentration Camp Resistance & (A)Nihilism Sem II D1105. 6 p.m. Free. Author of the recent book “Blessed Is The Flame” is coming to Evergreen to faci...
 

 
 
Letters & Opinion
 

Wasted Advice

May 17

Can you whittle wood? What!!?!?!??????!??!!!!!!! This is what you ask a drunk person? To play with sharp knives? No. What is your favorite hip hop song and why? Hip hop and rap have been so mixed together that I’m not sure what...
 

 
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Body Party

Advice on Sex, Relationships, & More

Dear Body Party, It’s been a rough year– all I can seem to muster the energy to do is masturbate constantly because I hate myself and feeling lonely. I can’t seem to meet anyone in this god forsaken town to sooth my existential...
 

 
 
Astrology
 

Horoscopes

May 17

By Sylvie Chace With the passing of the Scorpio full moon that happened on the May 10, we find ourselves in a transitional period. You may find yourself reflecting on how far you’ve come, yet facing a great abyss of what is in ...
 

 
Community
 

Marine Life Spotted

By Val Arias Having such easy access to the biodiverse ecosystem that is the Puget Sound allows Evergreen programs the ability to spot and research emerging epidemics that struck the area, especially the marine life that inhabi...
 

 
 
Arts & Culture
 

Stuff 2 Do

May 3–May 17

By Chloe Marina Manchester & Jasmine Kozak Gilroy The Brotherhood takes flight Wednesday 5/3. The Brotherhood. 8pm. 21+. From the Event: “Marlo’s back in town!!!! Come see what one of Airbound Underground’s beloved travelin...
 

 
Arts & Culture
 

Spring Arts Walk

Olympia Welcomes Spring with the Weekend Long Event

By Ruby Love Photographs by Tari Gunstone Spring Arts Walk kicked off this past weekend, flooding downtown Olympia with crowds of people. A long-overdue break in the rain on Friday likely contributed to the crowds, as the city ...
 

 
 
Arts & Culture
 

Tari Gunstone

Cover Artist Statement

Tari Gunstone works professionally as a portrait and event photographer while studying Environmental Photojournalism and Botany at Evergreen. She also writes and photographs for the Cooper Point Journal. You can find her work a...
 

 
News
 

Nine Arrested in Mayday Action

Property Damage and Clashes with Police in Downtown Olympia

By Sylvie Chace The evening of May 1 brought with it broken glass and clashes with the police, a time-honored tradition in the Northwest. Nine were arrested after the march, which police dubbed ‘a riot’, snaked through downtown...
 

 
 
News
 

Update on Detention Center Hunger Strike

By Jasmine Kozak-Gilroy On April 15, the Tacoma News Tribune published an opinion piece by GEO Group vice president James Black regarding recent protests against the Northwest Detention Center (NWDC) in which he claimed, “The c...