During spring break I made a discovery. I tasted a dish that had been on my To-Eat list for a long time: bibimbap. Take a few seconds to absorb that – I know the name is different than a burger or salad. It’s different because it is ... Read More →
Why do hospitals in Singapore use such terrible painkillers?
Everyone knows that Singapore hates drugs and they hate you.
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The first week of Spring Quarter is over – did you get into the program you wanted? No? How about that beginning art course? Not that, either?
Every quarter seems to begin with a litany of “sorry,” and, “that su... Read More →
I want to start dating and it’s hard for me to find people I’m interested in who aren’t scared off because I’m kinky. I don’t feel right about trying to build a relationship with someone I know I’m incompatible with, but I al... Read More →
The Geoduck Student Union (GSU) reported in an email on February 25 that, “the Bus Pass program has a $100,000 shortfall and will be shut down next quarter,” unless there is another way to cover that shortfall.
On... Read More →
Two weeks ago, Evergreen students were offered a series of events centered around the theme ‘No One wins in Patriarchy Week’ and, as a follow-up to those events, on March 5, the ‘International Womyn’s Week’ hosted an event titl... Read More →
Over the last two quarters, Lauren Driscoll and other students in her program studied and performed Beggar’s Opera, an opera written by John Gay in the 18th century. The program, Musical Theater and Cultural Contexts, performed the ope... Read More →
New York City deejay Venus X's performance at Evergreen concluded International Womyn's Week on Friday, March 8. A group of 20 to 30 TESC students danced winter quarter out of their systems during the hour-long set. Jazmin Venus “Venus... Read More →