In May I returned to The Evergreen State College for its 40th anniversary celebrations. Evergreen is where I received my bachelors in liberal arts, and, also, where I first started my formal study of media. As a part of the weekend they asked us to tell stories about our time as students there. I loved my time at Evergreen so it was hard to think of just one story that totally encapsulated by time there. But I finally decided to tell the story of the Dada Puppen lecture that my first set of faculty at Evergreen, Ruth Hayes and Sally Cloninger, brilliantly performed and how it has inspired my work as a professor and instilled a life-long love of the Dada movement. You can check out my story below.