Calvin Evans (center), of Marysville, speaks to fellow veterans at a reception held at the University of Washington Bothell campus Wednesday. 8. Evans, who grew up in Granite Falls, served two tours of duty as an Army sergeant and is now president of the UW Bothell Student Veterans Association. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Calvin Evans (center), of Marysville, speaks to fellow veterans at a reception held at the University of Washington Bothell campus Wednesday. 8. Evans, who grew up in Granite Falls, served two tours of duty as an Army sergeant and is now president of the UW Bothell Student Veterans Association. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Take your earbuds out and greet the veterans among us

There are 230 of them at UW Bothell, where they and other students planted hundreds of U.S. flags.

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