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Does Evergreen Prioritize ‘Trustafarians’ Over Washington Residents?

I am a transfer student. I spent a little over three years at South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) earning an Associate of Arts with Anthropology Emphasis and a vocational certificate in land rights and ethical cultural ...
 

 
Sports & Recreation
 

Men’s Basketball Reaches 200 Wins, Impresses in Loss to Northwest

The Men’s Basketball team has been looking pretty strong themselves in the last two weeks, playing the University of Puget Sound Loggers in Parkland, WA. On November. 24th, the Geoducks won its milestone 200th game for the Men&...
 

 
 
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Fall Week 10: 12/6/12

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Arts & Entertainment
 

Hump! Fest: Not Awkward

Porn and movie theatres – the image that used to come to my mind was that one scene from “The Departed”, with Jack Nicholson waving a rubber dick in Matt Damon’s face at a sketchy triple-x venue. They’re dirty, and above all, y...
 

 
 
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Aramark: Is There Really a Better Option?

Over the years, the Evergreen community has been at varying levels of anti-establishment and anti-corporation. This isn’t news to me and it probably isn’t news to you. For many students, I am sure that was a huge plus coming to...
 

 
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C-Dorm Flood Affects More Than Students’ Sleeping Schedule

Last Thursday morning, C-Dorm residents were woken by alarms set off by a busted sprinkler on the third floor. “A sprinkler head was tampered with, resulting in the letting forth of several hundred gallons of stagnant water,” s...
 

 
 
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“This is why I stand with Maddy Pfeiffer…”

“They’re asking us who believes in things.” – L.A. Times, “Anarchists targeted after Seattle’s violent May Day protests”, Oct. 19, 2012 Seattle certainly observed Law/May Day this past spring as both sprightly celebration...
 

 
Sports & Recreation
 

Men’s Soccer Makes History

Geoducks play in first playoff match since 2005, but fall in Cascade Conference Final to Concordia The Men’s Soccer team’s season came to an end in the Cascade Conference Finals this past Saturday against Concordia in Portland....
 

 
 
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Public Charter Schools Approved in Washington

The Initiative Those seeking alternative or customized education within Washington’s public education system will be happy to hear that state voters recently approved Initiative 1240, which allows for 40 new public charter scho...
 

 
Arts & Entertainment
 

The “Forbidden Zone” Screening

AKA the time Danny Elfman’s brother told me to smoke pot. Trapped in a Closet Locked in a poorly lit, narrow side room of the Capitol Theater, the performers yelled at me to go find them some marijuana. The group of Olymp...
 

 
 
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Fall Week 8: 11/15/12

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