Evan Hoover

Online News Intern

Junior Communication major at Pacific Lutheran University.

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Protesting Wall Street
2:25 pm
Wed December 7, 2011

Update: Occupy Seattle appears unfazed by 72 hour notice to vacate

Occupy Seattle protesters appear unfazed by the order to be off the Seattle Central Community College campus by Friday afternoon, 72 hours after eviction notices had been posted.
Jonathan Klapel KPLU

Seattle Central Community College yesterday posted notice around its campus that Occupy Seattle, or anyone camping on its property, must remove tents and other property from the campus grounds or be charged with trespassing.

Roughly 24 hours later, nothing appears to have changed at the encampment ... except for protesters stringing up Christmas lights in campus trees.

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seasonal fun
3:03 pm
Mon December 5, 2011

Exposing 'The Nutcracker' in Seattle ... literally!

Lily Verlaine as The Countess of Coffee in the Land of the Sweets burlesque version of 'The Nutcracker.'
Chris Blakeley Courtesy of Land of the Sweets

This is the time of year for many dance and theater groups to make money with big productions of “The Nutcracker” … and in Seattle you can see the show with a twist: a “sexy, but not too sexy” burlesque.

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Protesting Wall Street
5:41 pm
Tue November 29, 2011

Occupy Seattle gets reprieve from eviction, takes up squatting

An Occupy Seattle protester, who declined to be identified, enters a formerly boarded-up duplex Nov. 22 that protesters have taken over in Seattle's Central District to protest foreclosures.
Elaine Thompson Associated Press

Occupy Seattle can occupy the community college campus on Capitol Hill in Seattle at least until Friday, when a court hearing will decide if the college has the right to boot them off campus.

Meanwhile, some Occupy members in Seattle and along the West Coast have shifted from occupying with tents to occupying abandoned houses.

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Protesting Wall Street
10:17 am
Wed November 23, 2011

Update: Seattle PD investigating Occupy protester's claims of miscarriage

Jennifer Fox is shown in a screen grab from a YouTube video shot Nov. 15 during the protest in Seattle.

The Seattle Police Department is investigating the claims of an Occupy Seattle protester that Seattle police officers are responsible for her miscarriage, according to The Seattle Times.

Occupy protester Jennifer Fox, 19, claims one officer hit her in the stomach with his foot, while another pushed a bicycle into the crowd again hitting her in the stomach, followed by an assault of pepper spray, according to an interview by The Stranger.

However, doubts about the woman's claims have begun to surface.

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