Behind the press: Celebrate the holidays with Evergreen staff

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  • Evergreen reporter Ryan Mosher's Christmas tree at his family's home in Edmonds. His family had to get a fake tree because his dog Casey is a lean, mean eating machine.

    COURTESY OF RYAN MOSHER

  • Sports Editor Dylan Greene's Christmas tree at his family's home in Stanwood. Decorating the tree is an all-day event because it takes half a day to find the ornaments.

    COURTESY OF DYLAN GREENE

  • Evergreen columnist Anna Young's Christmas tree at her family's home. Her family finished the tree Thursday because there was a snowstorm, and they spent their time shoveling snow instead of decorating.

    COURTESY OF ANNA YOUNG

  • Assistant Photo Editor Luke Hollister's Christmas tree at at an Airbnb. He spent last semester studying abroad in Spain so we'll give it to him.

    COURTESY OF LUKE HOLLISTER

  • Opinion Editor Jackson Ferderer's Christmas tree at their family's home in Vancouver. They put a picture of themself as one of the ornaments and their family has yet to notice.

    COURTESY OF JACKSON FERDERER

  • Managing Editor Teva Mayer's Christmas tree at her family's home in Mars, Pennsylvania. The fake tree has three extra strands of lights because the built-on lights refuse to work. Every year her dad has to go out and buy a new strand of white lights because the previous years' strand didn't survive.

    COURTESY OF TEVA MAYER

  • Editor-in-Chief Madison Jackson's Christmas tree at her family's home in Puyallup. Her mother stole toys from her and her siblings as children to put on the tree. There are few, if any, regular ornaments on it.

    COURTESY OF MADISON JACKSON

  • Assistant News Editor Rebecca White's Christmas tree at her family's home in Dayton. It's three feet tall, has two ornaments and doesn't light up because a pet chewed through the cord.

    COURTESY OF REBECCA WHITE

  • News Editor Forrest Holt's Christmas tree at his family's home in Silverdale. If you look closely, the angel on the top is actually a pug.

    COURTESY OF FORREST HOLT

  • Mint Editor Gabriella Ramos' Christmas tree at her family's home in Salisbury, Massachusetts. Her mom got this tree for free, and they drove it home in her convertible in the middle of January. The artificial tree is so tall, they had to remove the top piece to make it fit in the house.

    COURTESY OF GABRIELLA RAMOS

  • Photo Editor Abby Tutor's Christmas tree at her family's home in Everett. The tree is underwater sea life themed.

    COURTESY OF ABBY TUTOR

  • Evergreen reporter Cody Cottier's Christmas tree at his family's home in Chimacum. This noble fir is the outcome of a long and valiant struggle between his mother — fed up with the Charlie Brown trees we normally cut down from our forest — and his father, who adamantly refuses to buy a fake one.

    COURTESY OF CODY COTTIER

  • Evergreen reporter Jessica Zhou family's doesn't do Christmas trees, but they do have avocado and plum trees that grew when her dad decided to throw some seeds from fruit he'd just eaten on the dirt four years ago.

    COURTESY OF JESSICA ZHOU

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