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Education First on Campus

By Jasmine Kozak-Gilroy The EF, or Education First, campus is tucked away on the fourth floor of the Seminar I building, sharing floor space with the relocated Office of Sexual Violence Prevention (OSVP). For Evergreen students...
 

 
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Self Care When you Want to Scream

Constantly being immersed in conversations about race and injustice will take its toll. The first time I took an African American history class, I started self harming. I found it completely overwhelming, just trying to deal wi...
 

 
 
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Grasping at the Echoes: An Interview with Phil Elverum

Mount Eerie’s “A Crow Looked At Me” and the Struggle of Articulating Real Death

By Jeremy Bertsche “It’s dumb,” sings Mount Eerie’s Phil Elverum on the first track of his devastating, heartfelt new record, “A Crow Looked At Me”, “and I don’t want to learn anything from this.” Yet just as quickly as the mos...
 

 
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Trial for Andre & Bryson Begins

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, finally began Monday, April 10, almost two y...
 

 
 
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Northwest Detention Center Detainees go on Hunger Strike

Supporters Set Up Camp Outside the Immigration Detention Center

By Felix Chrome On Monday, April 10, inmates at the Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma Washington began a hunger strike in protest of what they consider to be inhumane conditions in the Detention Center and unjust long detain...
 

 
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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...
 

 
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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...
 

 
 
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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 ...