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Alumni Follow “Wandering Paths”

Mentoring Day Features Panel on Alumni Success

By Sylvie Chace March 8 was all-campus mentoring day at Evergreen. Mentoring day is a time where faculty, alumni, and students come together through various workshops and discuss how to make the most out of your Evergreen educa...


Community Spotlight

Kokua Services’ Creative Community Programs for Adults with Disabilities

By Tari Gunstone Community Spotlight is a series that aims to celebrate the places in Olympia that advocate for the individuals and institutions that have been devalued and threatened by the Trump administration. Throughout Don...


Bomb Threat Sparks Conversation

TESC Students Respond to Threat at Jewish Center

By Rachel Carlson This week after the bomb threat at the Mercer Island Jewish community center brought the anti semitism closer to home I spoke with Jewish Student Union (JSU) coordinator Vered Serotta about the recent bomb thr...

Arts & Culture

Rachel Carlson

Cover Artist

By Ruby Love Rachel Carlson is a senior at Evergreen, focusing her studies in photography, and graduating this quarter (congratulations, Rachel!) We talked with Rachel about how she got her start in photography, the evolution o...

Arts & Culture

Making Gold

Exhibit Celebrating Works by People of Color Opens in Evergreen’s Student Art Gallery

By Ruby Love Evergreen’s Student Art Gallery opened its newest show, Making Gold, on March 6, featuring the work of local artists of color including current and former Evergreen students! The exhibit features the work of more t...

Arts & Culture

Stuff 2 Do

March 15-April 8

By Sylvie Chace Friday, March 17 Making Gold: Grand Celebration Student Art Gallery. 6 p.m. Students of Color have showcased their art in the Student Art Gallery for the Making Gold exhibition that began March 6 and continued o...

Letters & Opinion

Body Party

March 15

Dear Body Party, I got an irregular Pap Test, indicating that I most likely have human papillomavirus (HPV). HPV seems like a very big deal because it could lead to cervical cancer, but also like a very not big deal because I h...



Week of March 15

By Sylvie Chace Last Sunday’s full moon in Virgo has us drawn into our work, leaving all the signs a space for big plans and new creative prospects. However, Venus is still stationed retrograde in the signs of Aries transitioni...


Trial for Andre and Bryson Delayed

By Chloe Marina Manchester The trial for brothers Andre Thompson and Bryson Chaplin, two young black men who were both shot by white Olympia police officer, Ryan Donald, in May 2015, has been delayed again, with no new date set...


Dreamer Arrested, Detained in North West Detention Center

Lawyers Allege ICE Falsified Gang Affiliations to Justify Detainment

By Jasmine Kozak Gilroy On February 10 Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers arrested and detained 23 year old Daniel Ramirez Medina, an immigrant and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipient who ha...


Evergreen Updates Policies on Undocumented Students

Administration Responds to Pressure from Students and Community

POC Talk was contacted by a student who has requested to remain anonymous, representing the undocumented student support group, an informal organization working on campus and with the Evergreen administration to support undocum...