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Book review: ‘Educated’ by Tara Westover

Book review: 'Educated' by Tara Westover
EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen reporter April 22, 2020
How much of ourselves can we give to the people we love without losing ourselves? Memoir tells woman’s story of trauma, growth, beating all odds

Mint’s Comic of the Week: ‘Bamboozled’ by Grace Joo

Mint's Comic of the Week: 'Bamboozled' by Grace Joo
GRACE JOO, Evergreen illustrator November 20, 2019

Voices: ‘Borders’

Voices: 'Borders'
SARAH BEEBE, Evergreen contributor November 20, 2019

There are at least two babies crying. Feet shuffle, bags exhale as they’re set down. Hands check pockets, unveil tickets, wallets, passports. She has them, but she pulls the child closer. Her heart pounds....

Voices: ‘The Garden’

Voices: 'The Garden'
SARAH BEEBE, Evergreen contributor November 13, 2019

He was the boy who never fought back. Dewdrops condensed on the corners of his eyes while we sat together, even though this was our usual bench at our usual time and we both knew there was no better place...

Mint’s Comic of the Week: Bokki The Maltipoo

Mint's Comic of the Week: Bokki The Maltipoo
GRACE JOO, Evergreen cartoonist November 6, 2019

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Voices: ‘6 a.m. storm’

Voices: '6 a.m. storm'
AIDAN BARGER, Evergreen contributor October 22, 2019

grasping dawn purple lightning, a yawning sky morning monochrome, some kind of upside-jazz, solar swivel to soaring desire, imbalance in the face of fallen walnuts, lime-green leaves skipping on...

Voices: ‘Angels and Sunflowers’

Voices: 'Angels and Sunflowers'
EVELYN KRAFT, Evergreen contributor October 15, 2019

I feel you. The way you show me how you care, I feel you. Trusting me with every fiber of your being, I feel you. When your words hit dangerously close to home, I feel you.  I’ll take it in This...

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