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September 23, 2005

A Greener

The Evergreen State College made the Andrew Sullivan blog for adopting the geoduck as a mascot. Then a reader wrote in:

I was a Greener from 1994-1998. Enrollment at the school was nosing toward two-thirds women and probably half of them were lesbians, or at least LUGs (lesbians until graduation). The biggest sporting event at the school was not tennis or soccer, or even hacky-sack, but the women's rugby team. The men were all cowed and sensitive or had smoked enough pot that they were impotent -- that is, insensitive… Despite my gripes, it's quite an undiscovered gem of a school if you know how to find your niche.

LUGs? The world changes...

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Posted by Bruce Ramsey at September 23, 2005 04:36 PM



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