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This coming-of-age drama is packed with chemistry that will leave you
breathless. I promise that you will smile, laugh, cry and pain with the characters.

TV show review: ‘I Told Sunset About You’ is a masterpiece

SAMANTHA RADCLIFFE, Evergreen columnist October 11, 2021

The U.S. is severely lacking in quality television shows about relationships within the LGBTQ community. As a result, I had to turn to foreign television networks to find what I was looking...

The internet is dominating communication. But at what cost?

Social media takes ‘social’ out of everything

JUSTIN WASHINGTON, Evergreen reporter October 7, 2021

My biggest concern about social media is not how it might affect one’s self-esteem or one’s productivity. Rather, my biggest concern is how social media might alter how we view social interactions. People...

Despite feministic movements bringing awareness to women’s rights, our society continues to fuel and pass off sexist wedding rituals as tradition. These traditions are inherently sexist, but our society ignores their historical significance and continues to use them today.

Marriage traditions inherently sexist

SAMANTHA RADCLIFFE, Evergreen columnist October 4, 2021

Editor’s note: The columnist solely discusses traditional heterosexual marriage. There is a worldwide consensus that one of the happiest days in someone’s life is tying the knot with a loved one. Many...

Characters in this novel show the suffering of being in love with your abuser and the strength of being a survivor.

BookTok review: ‘It Ends with Us’ powerfully illustrates anguish of abuse

SAMANTHA RADCLIFFE, Evergreen columnist September 30, 2021

Like everyone else, I am mindlessly scrolling through TikTok any chance I get. There, I happened to stumble across a book recommendation for a novel by Colleen Hoover.  If you have been on Book...

Women often have to compromise their own pleasure and priorities when engaging in casual sex with men.

Casual sex comes at cost for women

KESTRA ENGSTROM, Evergreen columnist September 16, 2021

Nowadays, there is not a person alive without a crappy hookup story. If you do not have one, it is probably for one of two reasons.  First, your embarrassing story might have yet to happen, or...

Love is a beautiful phenomenon that comes in many forms, but love cannot overcome the dynamics of the attachment theory of love. Based on your and your partner’s attachment style, the theory can predict the outcome of the relationship, regardless of your love for each other.

Attachment theory helpful for relationship health

SAMANTHA RADCLIFFE, Evergreen columnist August 26, 2021

For many students, especially incoming freshmen and sophomores, going to college is the first experience we have with living on our own. You are going to experience new things, meet new people and take...

While the work Count on Cougs is doing with violence intervention is positive and important, it sadly does not get a chance to address the core of the issue, which has to do with systemic and internalized sexism.

Student safety requires more than just violence prevention

KESTRA ENGSTROM, Evergreen columnist August 19, 2021

Editor's note: This article contains content that may be senstive to some readers; it includes topics such as domestic violence. Due to extenuating circumstances, a source and any information provided...

A party game played among friends brings out the worst in them all, with hatred for each other and themselves laid out on the table in a way that makes you wonder what makes the movie worth watching.

Movie ‘The Boys in the Band’ is confusing mix of emotions

MEGHAN HENRY, Evergreen opinion editor July 16, 2021

When I first watched the trailer for "The Boys in the Band," an adaptation of the 1968 play by Mart Crowley, I had high hopes. Seeing such beloved faces like Matt Bomer and Jim Parsons gave me the idea...

The details of this movie are what make it great. The dumplings Ellies dad makes her, the letters Ellie writes for Paul, the train station where Ellie lives and Pauls familys sausage company are all important pieces of this story.

Movie Review: Watch ‘The Half of It’

MEGHAN HENRY, Evergreen opinion editor May 21, 2021

Netflix recently switched it up and placed an advertisement for a new throng of shows, movies and comedy collections that star Asian American and Pacific Islander actors and actresses. When I saw the...

Sex ed is an important part of childhood development. However, this Senate bill is not necessarily the right way to achieve that.

OPINION: New Washington sex ed bill isn’t a good option

HANNA YUZYUK October 27, 2020

Washington’s current sexual education bill demonstrates that our society differs in opinions about what is appropriate and what is not in a classroom setting. There are not only two polar opinions in...

Kids need to be educated in a healthy, safe environment. If they cant get that at home, its up to schools to teach them comprehensive sex ed.

OPINION: Sexual education curriculum will inform today’s youth

DIANA RIOS October 14, 2020

There are countless issues surrounding the subject of sex and the youth, whether it's teen pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases, sexual assault or domestic violence. The public education system...

The debate over reproductive rights continues to rage in the presidential debates and in the Supreme Court.

OPINION: Presidential election will help determine fate of US reproductive rights

MACKENNA ROWE October 14, 2020

Election day is less than a month away, and there are many policies left to discuss. President Donald Trump leans toward pro-life while Biden leans toward pro-choice. This debate is one of the most controversial,...

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