George Bridges, president of The Evergreen State College, speaks at a Senate Law & Justice Committee in June along with then Evergreen Police Services chief Stacy Brown and Colleen Rust, director of government relations at the college. Bridges said some protesters broke Evergreen’s student conduct code in their actions last school year.
George Bridges, president of The Evergreen State College, speaks at a Senate Law & Justice Committee in June along with then Evergreen Police Services chief Stacy Brown and Colleen Rust, director of government relations at the college. Bridges said some protesters broke Evergreen’s student conduct code in their actions last school year. Zoe Saylor Olympian file photo
George Bridges, president of The Evergreen State College, speaks at a Senate Law & Justice Committee in June along with then Evergreen Police Services chief Stacy Brown and Colleen Rust, director of government relations at the college. Bridges said some protesters broke Evergreen’s student conduct code in their actions last school year. Zoe Saylor Olympian file photo

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