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Evergreen’s Photo Collection

The Story Behind TESC’s Extensive Collection & Why You’ve Never Seen Them

By Ruby Love Did you know that Evergreen owns a large collection of photographs, including prints from artists like Diane Arbus, Edward Weston, and Jerry Uelsmann, not to mention dozens of Andy Warhol’s Polaroids? Likely not—yo...

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Arts Walk Preview

By Ruby Love It’s that time of year again, and Spring Arts Walk is right around the corner! We’ve combed through the one hundred and seventeen venues (aaahh!) and have a few suggestions for tackling Olympia’s twice-yearly artst...

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Survey Data in Action

Think Student Surveys are Pointless? Think Again!

By Erin Taylor If Fall quarter was your first here at Evergreen, you are probably familiar with the New Student Survey. The New Student Survey (NSS) is administered every two years by Evergreen’s Office of Institutional Researc...



Week of April 19

By Sylvie Chace It’s retrograde season! While Venus is now out of retrograde and sits in the emotional sign of Pisces, Mercury and Saturn have just transitioned and begun to mess with all the signs. If you’ve been experiencing ...


Seattle Sues Trump

City Takes President Back to Court Over Sanctuary Status

By Chloe Marina Manchester Mayor Ed Murray announced, in a press conference on Wednesday, that the city of Seattle will be suing the Trump administration. This is following a Monday statement from Attorney General Jeff Sessions...


Local Spice Shop Erects Wall

Downtown Business gets Creative in Pursuit of a Cleaner Stoop

By Jasmine Kozak Gilroy Anne Buck, owner of Buck’s Fifth Avenue, was tired of being met each morning by folks sleeping in her doorway, and tired of cleaning up after them, so she built a wall around her doorway with a lock to k...

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Dirty Photos Grace Galerie Fotoland

Exhibit Features Snap Shots of Mud Covered Bikers

By Ruby Love Evergreen’s Galerie Fotoland is playing host to a gorgeous series of wild, mud-splattered portraits by photographer Ryan Richardson. Richardson, who is also the Photography Lab Manager at Evergreen (woo!) shot the ...


Earth Month Kicks Off

A Look Inside the Procession of the Species Studio

By Tari Gunstone On Saturday, April 1, environmental groups and earth-loving individuals gathered at the Capitol steps to kick-off Washington’s first official Earth Month celebration. The campaign to expand Earth Day, April 22,...


Day of Absence Changes Form

By Chloe Marina Manchester Together, Day of Absence and Day of Presence make up an annual two day event for all members of the Evergreen community to explore issues of race, equality, allyship, inclusion, and privilege. This ye...

Arts & Culture

Chris Bryan

Cover Artist

Photography—both creating and viewing it­­—always seems like a continuous experiment in what to reveal and what to obscure. I use photography to attempt to process the world as it happens, to reflect the way I view people, and ...

Letters & Opinion

DL on the Faculty DL

Update on the Email Chain

The drama on the staff and faculty DL is burning bright as ever and until it dies down we will be bringing you one email each and every issue. This week’s installment is brought to you by the Cooper Point Journal’s Man of the Y...