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A happy ending for another Everett erratic

Today’s Everett Herald reports on direct action by students at Cascadia Community College to save an erratic from an ignominious fate. An old fashioned sit-in. Ooops, make that a ‘sit-on’.

Here’s a fuller story in the Cascadia College news.

Thanks to Scott Linneman at WWU for passing this along.


2 Responses

  1. Nice to see students still engaging in erratic behavior!

    Food for thought: If it’s a deposit when is the glacier going to pay the rest?

  2. This guy, Josh Klauder, is a really good pal up in Alaska. He is also one of the quickest thinkers I have ever known, at least in the ‘smarty pants’ department.

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