Silver Springs, the commercial composting facility that turns Evergreen’s waste from food service areas into compost, is no longer accepting compostable serving utensils at their compost facility.
Since 2008 Evergreen... Read More →
The first floor of Seminar II B overflowed with students waiting to watch TEDx on February 26, forcing the excess to relocate into live webcast rooms around the school.
TED (Technology, Entertainment and Design), a nonp... Read More →
CASV coordinator Charlia Messinger's painting graces our cover this week. We asked her about her art and her advocacy.
Why is the body so important in your images?
As a fat woman, I have a very complic... Read More →
The women’s basketball team’s season ended last week in the first round of the playoffs, falling to #3 in the Cascade Conference Oregon Tech Owls. This year’s Geoducks were the 6th Evergreen women’s basketball team to ever make t... Read More →
“Fuck white people,” was frequently repeated during the Bad Bitches workshop on February 12 – and justly so. The workshop - a part of No One Wins In Patriarchy week - was only open to females, trans and queer people of color, a... Read More →
I made a great amount of money at the Craft fair last week and would love to continue to sell my crafts, but I don’t know how/where to get started. I am nervous about trying etsy.com because I am a busy student and won’t be able to u... Read More →
Patrick Lewis may have graduated from Evergreen last year, but he’s not done with basketball just yet. After getting an honorable mention from the Cascade Conference his senior year, Lewis has continued to stay deeply entrenched in the... Read More →