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Snack & Chat May 1
12:00pm
to
2:00pm

What is Snack & Chat?
Something really awesome, of course! The Student Senate and the Student Activities Office will be hosting Snack & Chat stations bi-weekly at varying times and locations across campus. The goal of the Snack & Chats are to spark conversations with EvCC students about their ideas and concerns, answer questions and provide information about upcoming events and activities. Be on the look out for the red tent, swing by, grab a snack and chat!

Shuksan Hall Student Activities
Softball @ Douglas College - makeup May 1
1:00pm

With their game at Douglas College rained out on Saturday, April 19th, the Trojan Softball Team will be traveling up to New Westminster, BC (Canada) for the rescheduled league double header with the Royals today. The first game starts at 1:00pm with the second to follow about 30 minutes after the completion of the first game. Directions to the games are under the directions link on the athletics webpage.

Douglas College - New Westminster, BC Canada Athletics
Japanese Club Meeting May 1
1:30pm

A chance for students to get together with others to learn about Japanese culture, language and traditions through participation in events, workshops and activities. 
Meetings every week on Thursday until June 5 2014 .
Thursday, May 1, 2014 - 1:30pm
Thursday, May 8, 2014 - 1:30pm
Thursday, May 15, 2014 - 1:30pm
Thursday, May 22, 2014 - 1:30pm
Thursday, May 29, 2014 - 1:30pm
Thursday, June 5, 2014 - 1:30pm

Nippon Business Institute (NBI) Campus Event
Club Council May 2
1:00pm
to
2:00pm

Send your club representative to club council to vote and share. Attendance is required for club good standing status. Meetings are open to public.

Also meets:
May 23, 1-2pm in Gray Wolf Hall 166

Gray Wolf Hall 166 Student Activities
ASB Senate Meeting May 2
2:30pm
to
3:30pm

ASB Senate Meetings are open to the public. Learn more about EvCC Student Govenment - Here!

Also meeting on:

Friday, May 23 2:30-4:30pm  GWH 166
Friday, June 6  2:30-4:30pm  GWH 166

Gray Wolf Hall 166 Student Activities
You Made a Difference Award Nominations May 2
4:00pm

Send us the name of a person currently employed by EvCC who made a difference in your life while you were a student at the college. The person you nominate can be a member of the faculty, staff or administration.  The 2014 You Made a Difference award winners will be announced and recognized at Commencement.

It's easy: 
complete the nomination form and bring it to the EvCC Foundation Office in Olympus 228 or 
e-mail the information below to the EvCC Foundation:

  • Name of nominee
  • How this person made a difference in your life
  • One or two paragraphs to explain why you feel this person deserves the You Made a Difference award
  • Your name and e-mail address
  • Dates of your attendance at EvCC 

Nominations are due by 4:00 pm on May 2, 2014.

Olympus 228 Important Deadline
Track & Field @ Pacific Twilight Meet May 2
4:00pm
to May 3
8:00pm

The Men's & Women's Track & Field Teams will be in Forest Grove, OR to participate in the 2014 Pacific Twilight, hosted by Pacific University. The meet will be held at Lincoln Park Stadium located at 2043 College Way, Forest Grove, OR, 97116. Friday's events will start at 4:00pm and Saturday will start at 10:00am.

Pacific University - Forest Grove, OR Athletics
**Baseball @ Skagit Valley College Flipped to Everett Memorial Stadium May 3
11:00am

**These games have been switched to Everett Memorial Stadium due to the Dream Field in Mt. Vernon being unplayable. The first game will still start at 11:00am. Parking and entrance will be from the south parking lot - turn into it by the Stadium Espresso Stand on Broadway.

The two league games on Saturday, May 2nd will pitt the Trojans vs the Cardinals of Skagit Valley College. The Trojans will travel to the Dream Field on the campus of SVC in Mt. Vernon, WA. The first game will start at 11:00am. The second game each day will begin about 30 minutes after the end of the first game. Directions to SVC are under the directions link to the right.  If you can't make it to the games, you can listen online to both days - click on the Listen Live to Trojan Athletics to the right and follow the directions.

Skagit Valley College - Mt. Vernon, WA Athletics
Softball hosts Bellevue College May 3
1:00pm

The Trojan Softball Team will host the Bulldogs of Bellevue College today. The league double header will take place at the Everett Boys & Girls Club on 12th St in North Everett. The first game will start at 1:00pm with the second game to follow about 30 minutes after the end of the first game. Admission is free to all!

Everett Boys & Girls Club - Everett, WA Athletics
**Baseball hosts Skagit Valley College flipped to Dream Field May 4
1:00pm

**Due to the weather on Saturday, May 3rd, the games have been flip flopped for today and moved to the Dream Field in Mt. Vernon, WA. Directions to SVC's Dream Field is on the athletics webpage under the directions link on the right. Game one will start at 1:00pm.

The league double header on Sunday, May 3rd has the Trojans hosting the Cardinals of Skagit Valley College at the Everett Memorial Stadium. The first game will start at 1:00pm. The second game each day will begin about 30 minutes after the end of the first game.  Parking and Entrance to Everett Memorial Stadium is from the south parking lot, turn into it by the Stadium Espresso Stand on Broadway. Admission to Sunday's game is $5.00 per person, 12 years and older. EvCC Students/Staff/Faculty are free upon showing current EvCC ID at the Entry Table. If you can't make it to the games, you can listen online to both days - click on the Listen Live to Trojan Athletics to the right and follow the directions.

Everett Memorial Stadium - Everett, WA Athletics
Cinco De Mayo May 5
11:00am

Student Activities Programs Board, MEChA, and Spanish Club invite you to join us for a day that will celebrate and acknowledge the real Mexican heritage and roots at this Mexican American celebration. The day's activities begin at 11am with an Aztec Dance, Mariachi Fiesta Mexicana, snacks, and pinata in Parks Cafe/Courtyard. Then ends with "Aztec Roots" a workshop presented by the Aztec Dance Troop from Skagit Valley & WWU community.

For more information contact Miriam Zaragoza, Diversity/Intercultural Awareness Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505. 

Parks Cafe & Courtyard Campus Event
Humanities Lecture: Work, Money, & Meaning May 6
10:00am
to
11:00am

One in a series of lectures exploring the 2014 Humanities Center theme: "Making a Living, Making a Life: Work, Money, & Meaning." Generously funded by Faculty Development, these lectures are free and open to the campus and the community. Repeated from last quarter. Presenter: Sandra Lepper

WHI 105 Campus Event
International Club Meetings May 6
11:00am

The International Club promotes friendship among international students and the college community by sharing customs, ideologies and cultural diversity.

Meets every week on Tuesday until Tue May 20 2014

Advisor: Ariana Stafford
Contact: 425-388-9098
Email: astafford@everettcc.edu
Advisor: Adja Fame
Contact: 425-388-9980
Email: afame@everettcc.edu

Parks Student Union, PSU 204 (Behind the Paperclip) Student Activities
Tuesday Travelogue: China, Cambodia, and India May 6
12:15pm
to
1:30pm

One in a series of travelogues sponsored by the Humanities Center. These programs are free and open to the campus and the community. Presenter: Phebe Shen

GWH 372 Campus Event
Drama Club Meetings May 6
12:30pm
to
1:30pm

Calling all thespians! Drama club is devoted to letting all types of theater goers explore their passion though workshops, discussions, exercises, and games! Whether you're an actor, director, writer, tech crew, etc - everyone is welcome!
Drama club is a producing organization that strives to give students opportunities outside the classroom to create and experience Theatre.  Drama club is also active in bringing local professionals, active in their field, to campus to provide learning opportunities for the students in Theatre.
Advisor: Beth Peterson
Contact: 425-388-9525
Email: bpeterson@everettcc.edu
 
Meetings held on Tuesdays until June 10.
Tuesday, May 13 - 12:30pm to 1:30pm
Tuesday, May 20 - 12:30pm to 1:30pm
Tuesday, May 27 - 12:30pm to 1:30pm
Tuesday, June 3 - 12:30pm to 1:30pm
Tuesday, June 10 - 12:30pm to 1:30pm

Rainier 212 Student Activities
Softball hosts Olympic College May 6
2:00pm

The Trojan SoftballTeam will host the Olympic College Rangers today in a league double header. The games will be played at the Everett Boys & Girls Club and the first game starts at 2:00pm, with the second game starting 30 minutes after the end of the first game. Admission is free to all.

Everett Boys & Girls Club - Everett, WA Athletics
"How & Why to Travel the World" with Andy Stoll May 6
2:30pm
to
3:30pm

A presentation that will inspire you to live a life of your own creation!

For more information contact Fine Arts & Lecture Coordinator, Mai Nguyen at 425-388-9505 or lecture@everettcc.edu.

Baker Hall, Auditorium (BAK 120) Campus Event
Writing Club Meeting May 7
10:00am
to
11:00am

Come join the Writing Club and get writing! The club focuses on improving writing technique across all genres and forms and provides a safe space for writers to share their work.

Looking to strengthen your writing? The Writing Club is a place for serious writers to convene for encouragement and critique. Writers of fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry are welcome. Writers meet weekly to write and to promote awareness, understanding, and discussion of the various literary genres. Members are also involved in a variety of campus activities related to the literary arts.

Advisor: Jennifer Beebe
Contact: 425-388-9180
Email: jbeebe@everettcc.edu

Meets weekly - future meetings are:
May 14  10-11am  Paperclip
May 21  10-11am  Paperclip
May 28  10-11am  Paperclip
June 4  10-11am  Paperclip
June 11 10-11am  Paperclip

Paperclip - Club Resource Room, PSU 204 Student Activities
Holocaust Survivor Forum May 7
12:15pm
to
1:15pm

One in a series of Holocaust survivor lectures presented as part of the Humanities 150D (Surviving the Holocaust) class. Sponsored by the Humanities Center and generously funded by the Golbal Education Initiative, this series is free and open to the campus and the community. Reservations are not necessary. Presenter: Robert H.

JKC 101 Campus Event
Softball @ Olympic College - makeup May 8
1:00pm

The Trojan Softball Team will travel to Bremerton, WA to play a makeup league double header from April 18th that was rained out. The first game between the Trojans and the Rangers from Olympic College will start at 2:00pm, with the second game starting about 30 minutes after the completion of the first game. Directions to OC are under the directions link on the athletics webpage.

Olympic College - Bremerton, WA Athletics
**Rained Out** Softball @ Olympic College - makeup May 8
1:00pm

With their game at Olympic College rained out on Friday, April 18th and Thursday, April 24th, the Trojan Softball Team will be traveling up to Bremerton, WA for the rescheduled league double header with the Rangers today. The first game starts at 1:00pm with the second to follow about 30 minutes after the completion of the first game. Directions to the games are under the directions link on the athletics webpage.

**This double header has been rained out. The new makeup date will be Monday, May 12th in Bremerton, WA.

Olympic College - Bremerton, WA Athletics
Slam Poetry: Mayhem Poets May 8
1:00pm

Acclaimed Spoken Word poets on a mission too change world views on poetry. Mayhem Poets were the 2006 winners of Microsoft Idea Wins Challenge and are a performance you won't want to miss!

Jackson Center Campus Event
Japanese Club Meeting May 8
1:30pm

A chance for students to get together with others to learn about Japanese culture, language and traditions through participation in events, workshops and activities. 
Meetings every week on Thursday until June 5 2014 .
Thursday, May 8, 2014 - 1:30pm
Thursday, May 15, 2014 - 1:30pm
Thursday, May 22, 2014 - 1:30pm
Thursday, May 29, 2014 - 1:30pm
Thursday, June 5, 2014 - 1:30pm

Nippon Business Institute (NBI) Campus Event
SWE Presents: Tech Talk - User Research: The Key to Making Technology Easy to Use May 8
5:30pm
to
8:00pm

May Tech Talk: User Research: The Key to Making Technology Easy to Use
Presented by: Lindsey Berdan, User Interaction Designer, Stratos Product Development

Please register via the links below:
$ Member - $12
$ Non-Member - $17
$ Student - $5
No Meal - $5

Questions? Contact Kimber Hinson: kimberlemon@gmail.com

Translating technical expertise into “user-friendly” products starts with user research. Great products come from having a deep understanding of the end-user’s behaviors, needs and goals, and this is accomplished by observing and interviewing end-users in the context of their work. The needs and goals of the user are then translated into product requirements and the behavior of the end users informs the analysis of risk. In this discussion we will take a look at what distinguishes user research from market research, best practices in user research, how user research can inform both marketing and product requirement documents, and how all of these steps result in products that make technology truly user-friendly.

Lindsey has spent her 8 years in product development focused on user-centered design practices and usability for hardware and devices. Her experience in design research spans traditional contextual inquiry, formal usability studies and low to high fidelity prototyping for formative design research. As an interaction designer Lindsey leads teams in a holistic approach to the design of user experiences. She has leveraged the tools of user-personas and use-scenarios to help product development teams clarify goals, inform user requirements and reduce risk in the product development process. Lindsey has worked closely with product planners, program managers and other key stakeholders at all levels within both large corporations and small startups. She has significant experience working collaboratively with industrial designers and software engineers, in person and remotely, to design, test and implement user interface concepts.  In addition to her primary expertise in user research and interaction design, Lindsey has experience in leading design studio workshops and working on the collaborative development of best practices in user experience design. Lindsey’s practice of facilitating focused brainstorming workshops with engineers, designers, marketing managers and technical experts has led to design breakthroughs and accelerated product development schedules. Lindsey also regularly speaks on the topic of user interaction design at local universities, professional meetings and industry conferences. She is frequently consulted for her expertise in usability engineering, user centered design and hardware user interfaces. Lindsey holds a BFA in Industrial Design and a certificate in User Centered Design from the University of Washington.

Whitehorse 105 Campus Event
20/40 Payment Plan: Final Installment Due for Spring Quarter May 9
9:00am
to
4:30pm

Today is the deadline to pay the final installment of the 20/40 payment plan for Spring Quarter 2014. You may pay with a credit card online through the Student Kiosk or in person at the Cashiers Office in the Parks Student Union. Students who miss this payment risk being dropped from classes and will need to pay a fee to be reinstated in classes.

Campus Important Deadline
Track & Field @ Ken Shannon Invitational Meet May 10
9:00am

The Men's & Women's Track & Field Teams will be on the campus of the University of Washington to participate in the 2014 Ken Shannon Invitational Meet. The meet will take place at Husky Field in Seattle, WA and spectators will enter the Outdoor Track at the South West entrance to the facility. Parking is available in the E‐1 lot  directly adjacent to the track.
 

University of Washington - Seattle, WA Athletics
22nd Annual Traditional Hibulb Powwow May 10
1:00pm

First Nations invites you to come to the 22nd Annual Traditional Hibulb Powwow!

1st Nations is designed to promote unity among the various American Native tribes and the Alaska Native groups at EvCC and in the community, to provide a support base to attain personal, educational and community goals and to enrich each member’s knowledge of tribal customs and beliefs.

Advisor: Paula Three Stars
Contact: 425-388-9281
Email: pthreestars@everettcc.edu
Advisor: Earl Martin
Email: emartine@everettcc.edu
Contact: 425-3889268
 

Student Fitness Center Campus Event
**Rained Out** Softball hosts Douglas College May 10
1:00pm

** This league double header has been rained out. The makeup date has been determined to be Tuesday, May 13th, at the Everett Boys & Girls Club starting at 2:00pm.  There will be a free BBQ along with recognizing the 2014 Sophomores.**

The Royals of Douglas College will be at the Everett Boys & Girls Club on Saturday, May 10th to play a league double header with the Trojans. The first game will start at 1:00pm, with the second game to follow about 30 minutes after the completion of the first game. Admission is FREE to all.

As with tradition - because this is the last home game of the 2014 season, there will be a free BBQ during the games. Hot Dogs, Chips, and Drinks will be provided.

Also with tradition - we will be recognizing and thanking the 2014 Sophomores for their contributions to the team the last two years.

So come out and support Trojan Softball!

Everett Boys & Girls Club - Everett, WA Athletics
Baseball @ Olympic College May 10
1:00pm

The Trojan Baseball Team will travel to Bremerton, WA on Saturday, May 10th to play a league double header with the Olympic College Rangers. The first game starts at 1:00pm and both games will be played at the Kitsap County Fairgrounds. Directions to the games are under the directions link on the athletics webpage.

Olympic College - Bremerton, WA Athletics
Baseball hosts Olympic College May 11
1:00pm

The league double header on Sunday, May 11th has the Trojans hosting the Rangers from Olympic College at the Everett Memorial Stadium. The first game will start at 1:00pm. The second game each day will begin about 30 minutes after the end of the first game. Parking and Entrance to Everett Memorial Stadium is from the south parking lot, turn into it by the Stadium Espresso Stand on Broadway. Admission to Sunday's game is $5.00 per person, 12 years and older. EvCC Students/Staff/Faculty are free upon showing current EvCC ID at the Entry Table. If you can't make it to the games, you can listen online to both days - click on the Listen Live to Trojan Athletics to the right and follow the directions.

Everett Memorial Stadium - Everett, WA Athletics
Faculty Performance: Calling All Oldies! May 12
12:30pm
to
1:30pm

The Humanities Center, with the generous support of Faculty Development, invites the campus and the community to a:

Faculty Performance: Calling all Oldies!

Ron Kissler of the EvCC Mathematics Department will be playing guitar and singing songs from the 50's and 60’s. Come and hear some of the oldies!
This performance is free to all, but cash donations for a family affected by the Oso landslide will be accepted from those who wish to contribute some spare change. For more information about the Oso fundraising, contact Heather Robinson, Basic & Dev Ed faculty @ hrobinson@everettcc.edu

JKC 101 Campus Event
Softball @ Olympic College - makeup May 12
1:00pm

With their game at Olympic College rained out on Friday, April 18th,  Thursday, April 24th and Thursday, May 8th, the Trojan Softball Team will be traveling once again up to Bremerton, WA for the rescheduled league double header with the Rangers today. The first game starts at 1:00pm with the second to follow about 30 minutes after the completion of the first game. Directions to the games are under the directions link on the athletics webpage.

Olympic College - Bremerton, WA Athletics
Humanities Lecture: Work, Money, & Meaning May 13
10:00am
to
11:00am

One in a series of lectures exploring the 2014 Humanities Center theme: "Making a Living, Making a Life: Work, Money, & Meaning." Generously funded by Faculty Development, these lectures are free and open to the campus and the community. Repeated from last quarter. Presenter: Charles Fischer

Campus Event
It's A Spring Fling Thing! Club Fest May 13
11:00am
to
1:00pm

Student Activities Programs Board & Campus Clubs invite you to the annual Spring Fling Club Fest! This year you are invited to come celebrate Spring with a whimsical Dr. Seuss kind of day! Stop by and join the fun. There will be FREE ice cream, wacky wax hands, FREE Dr. Seuss swag, the ASB Senate "Snack & Chat", lots of Clubs, and LIVE MUSIC by Eclectic Approach!

Eclectic Approaches' message to EvCC: http://youtu.be/uZbK3UjGB-M
For more information contact Student Activities Programs Board at 425-388-9505.

Jackson Courtyare -or- Jackson Center Campus Event
International Club Meetings May 13
11:00am

The International Club promotes friendship among international students and the college community by sharing customs, ideologies and cultural diversity.

Meets every week on Tuesday until Tue May 20 2014

Advisor: Ariana Stafford
Contact: 425-388-9098
Email: astafford@everettcc.edu
Advisor: Adja Fame
Contact: 425-388-9980
Email: afame@everettcc.edu

Parks Student Union, PSU 204 (Behind the Paperclip) Student Activities
Financial Aid Awareness Day: Scholarships May 13
11:00am
to
1:00pm

ASB Senate invites you to come find out about how you can get money for your education!

For more information contact ASB VP of Budget and Finance at asbvpbudget@everettcc.edu

Jackson Center or Jackson Courtyard Campus Event, Community Events, Student Activities
Tuesday Travelogue: Japan May 13
12:15pm
to
1:30pm

One in a series of travelogues sponsored by the Humanities Center. These programs are free and open to the campus and the community. Presenter: Heather Uhl

GWH 372 Campus Event
Drama Club Meetings May 13
12:30pm
to
1:30pm

Calling all thespians! Drama club is devoted to letting all types of theater goers explore their passion though workshops, discussions, exercises, and games! Whether you're an actor, director, writer, tech crew, etc - everyone is welcome!
Drama club is a producing organization that strives to give students opportunities outside the classroom to create and experience Theatre.  Drama club is also active in bringing local professionals, active in their field, to campus to provide learning opportunities for the students in Theatre.
Advisor: Beth Peterson
Contact: 425-388-9525
Email: bpeterson@everettcc.edu
 
Meetings held on Tuesdays until June 10.
Tuesday, May 20 - 12:30pm to 1:30pm
Tuesday, May 27 - 12:30pm to 1:30pm
Tuesday, June 3 - 12:30pm to 1:30pm
Tuesday, June 10 - 12:30pm to 1:30pm

Rainier 212 Student Activities
Softball hosts Douglas College - Last Home Games & BBQ! May 13
2:00pm

The Royals of Douglas College will be at the Everett Boys & Girls Club on Saturday, May 13th to play a league double header with the Trojans. The first game will start at 2:00pm, with the second game to follow about 30 minutes after the completion of the first game. Admission is FREE to all.

As with tradition - because this is the last home game of the 2014 season, there will be a free BBQ during the games. Hot Dogs, Chips, and Drinks will be provided.

Also with tradition - we will be recognizing and thanking the 2014 Sophomores for their contributions to the team the last two years.

Everett Boys & Girls Club - Everett, WA Athletics
Composites Info Session May 13
3:00pm

Composites Information Session

Index 109 Workshop and Info Sessions
Writing Club Meeting May 14
10:00am
to
11:00am

Come join the Writing Club and get writing! The club focuses on improving writing technique across all genres and forms and provides a safe space for writers to share their work.

Looking to strengthen your writing? The Writing Club is a place for serious writers to convene for encouragement and critique. Writers of fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry are welcome. Writers meet weekly to write and to promote awareness, understanding, and discussion of the various literary genres. Members are also involved in a variety of campus activities related to the literary arts.

Advisor: Jennifer Beebe
Contact: 425-388-9180
Email: jbeebe@everettcc.edu

Meets weekly - future meetings are:
May 21  10-11am  Paperclip
May 28  10-11am  Paperclip
June 4  10-11am  Paperclip
June 11 10-11am  Paperclip

Paperclip - Club Resource Room, PSU 204 Student Activities
Humanities Event: "The Boys of Terezín" Documentary May 14
12:15pm
to
1:30pm

Sponsored by the Humanities Center and funded by the Global Education Initiative, this event brings to our campus a screening of the documentary "The Boys of Terezín." This film takes you inside the infamous concentration camp – seen through the eyes of teenage boys imprisoned there, and remembered through the words they wrote in a clandestine magazine. Meet five remaining survivors, reunited 65 years later at the premiere of an oratorio that gives musical voice to their lost friends’ extraordinary poems. Find the latest information about The Boys of Terezín at http://theboysofterezin.com/~musicofr/ 

Introduced by Mina Miller, Artistic Director of Music of Remembrance, a non-profit organization dedicated to remembering Holocaust musicians and their art through musical performances, educational programs, musical recordings, and commissions of new works. MOR is the only independent non-profit organization in the world with this comprehensive mission. This event is free and open to the campus and the community. Reservations are not necessary.

 

Baker 120 Campus Event
Journalism Speaker Series: "Analog Days: How Technology Changed Our Culture: May 14
12:30pm
to
1:30pm

Sponsored by EvCC Clipper.  Speaker Alex Alben on "Analog Days: How Technology Changed Our Culture."

WHI Critique Space Campus Event
Manufacturing Pre-Employment Info Session May 14
3:00pm

Manufacturing Pre-Employment Info Session

Index 109 Workshop and Info Sessions
Japanese Club Meeting May 15
1:30pm

A chance for students to get together with others to learn about Japanese culture, language and traditions through participation in events, workshops and activities. 
Meetings every week on Thursday until June 5 2014 .
Thursday, May 15, 2014 - 1:30pm
Thursday, May 22, 2014 - 1:30pm
Thursday, May 29, 2014 - 1:30pm
Thursday, June 5, 2014 - 1:30pm

Campus Event
Softball @ NWAACC Championship Tournament May 16
8:00am
to May 19
10:00pm

The 2014 NWAACC Softball Championship Tournament will be held at Delta Park in Portland, OR. This is a four day event that runs from Friday May 16th - Monday May 19th - weather pending!

Trojan Softball will be participating in the tournament. At this time, when and who they will play in their first game has not been determined.

For more tournament information click on: http://nwaacc.org/softball/championship.php  The Tournament has teamed with SnowCap Community Charities and a philanthropic organization created to provide food, clothing, advocacy and other services to those in need. They are collecting clothing and/or food items. Items must be in good condition and washed. They also accept used backpacks, shoes and socks that are in good condition.

Good Luck Ladies!!! GO TROJANS!!

Delta Park - Portland, OR Athletics
Carnival Fundraiser for Indonesia May 19
8:00am
to
3:00pm

Study Abroad in Indonesia will be selling:

  • cotton candy, snow cones, popcorn - $1 each
  • hotdogs - $1.50
  • handmade blown glass
  • candles
  • jewelry
  • bookmarks/postcards

All funds got to the upcoming Indonesia trip.

For more information contact Cythia Clarke at cclarke@everettcc.edu

Gray Wolf Hall, Outdoor Plaza Campus Event, Student Activities
Track & Field @ NWAACC Championships May 19
9:00am
to May 20
8:00pm

The Men's & Women's Track & Field Teams will be in Spokane, WA on the campus of Spokane Falls CC to participate in the 2014 NWAACC Outdoor Track & Field Championship Meet. This is a two day event, where they are not only going for individual accomplishments but also team accomplishments. The event will be on Monday, May 19th & Tuesday May 20th. Directions to the meet are under the directions link on the athletics webpage.

For more information on this meet click on: http://www.nwaacc.org/trackandfield/championship/

 

Spokane Falls CC - Spokane, WA Athletics
Chinese Club Cultural Potluck May 19
5:00pm
to
7:00pm

Chinese Club invites you to "Chinese Club Cultural Potluck" for Chinese food & cultural highlights - Free Event!

For more information please contact club Advisor, Wenru Lui at 425-388-9213.

Jackson Center Student Activities
Grow Your Own Groceries May 20
10:00am
to
2:00pm

SEA club invites you to "Grow Your Own Groceries" a club fundraiser. There will be vegetable plants for sale by donation. Come get info on how to grow your own food. SEA Club will be donating half of all their plant sales to Oso. 

Students for Environmental Action (SEA) is all about promoting environmental awareness and having fun while learning about current sustainability initiatives.

Advisor: Laura Wild
Contact: 425-388-9056

Advisor: Molly Beeman
Contact: 425-388-9070

Gray Wolf Hall Campus Event, Student Activities
Humanities Lecture: Work, Money, & Meaning May 20
10:00am
to
11:00am

One in a series of lectures exploring the 2014 Humanities Center theme: "Making a Living, Making a Life: Work, Money, & Meaning." Generously funded by Faculty Development, these lectures are free and open to the campus and the community. Presenter: Diane Brown

Campus Event
International Club Meetings May 20
11:00am

The International Club promotes friendship among international students and the college community by sharing customs, ideologies and cultural diversity.

Meets every week on Tuesday until Tue May 20 2014

Advisor: Ariana Stafford
Contact: 425-388-9098
Email: astafford@everettcc.edu
Advisor: Adja Fame
Contact: 425-388-9980
Email: afame@everettcc.edu

Parks Student Union, PSU 204 (Behind the Paperclip) Student Activities
Tuesday Travelogue: Hong Kong, Bullet Trains, & the Trans-Mongolian Railroad May 20
12:15pm
to
1:30pm

One in a series of travelogues sponsored by the Humanities Center. These programs are free and open to the campus and the community. Presenter: Luke Hamilton

JKC 107 Campus Event
Drama Club Meetings May 20
12:30pm
to
1:30pm

Calling all thespians! Drama club is devoted to letting all types of theater goers explore their passion though workshops, discussions, exercises, and games! Whether you're an actor, director, writer, tech crew, etc - everyone is welcome!
Drama club is a producing organization that strives to give students opportunities outside the classroom to create and experience Theatre.  Drama club is also active in bringing local professionals, active in their field, to campus to provide learning opportunities for the students in Theatre.
Advisor: Beth Peterson
Contact: 425-388-9525
Email: bpeterson@everettcc.edu
 
Meetings held on Tuesdays until June 10.
Tuesday, May 27 - 12:30pm to 1:30pm
Tuesday, June 3 - 12:30pm to 1:30pm
Tuesday, June 10 - 12:30pm to 1:30pm

Rainier 212 Student Activities
Precision Machining Information Session May 20
3:00pm
to
4:00pm

Precision Machining Information Session

Index 109 Workshop and Info Sessions
EvCC Talent Show hosted by Express It Club May 20
5:00pm
to
7:00pm

Express It Club invites you to The EvCC Talent Show, show case your talent today!

Intreseted participants should contact cbyost@students.everettcc.edu for offical sign-up, categrory availabiliy & rules.

 

For more information contact Advisor, Linda Berkley at lberkley@everettcc.edu

 

Jackson Center Student Activities
Writing Club Meeting May 21
10:00am
to
11:00am

Come join the Writing Club and get writing! The club focuses on improving writing technique across all genres and forms and provides a safe space for writers to share their work.

Looking to strengthen your writing? The Writing Club is a place for serious writers to convene for encouragement and critique. Writers of fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry are welcome. Writers meet weekly to write and to promote awareness, understanding, and discussion of the various literary genres. Members are also involved in a variety of campus activities related to the literary arts.

Advisor: Jennifer Beebe
Contact: 425-388-9180
Email: jbeebe@everettcc.edu

Meets weekly - future meetings are:
May 28  10-11am  Paperclip
June 4  10-11am  Paperclip
June 11 10-11am  Paperclip

Paperclip - Club Resource Room, PSU 204 Student Activities
Holocaust Survivor Forum May 21
12:15pm
to
1:15pm

One in a series of Holocaust survivor lectures presented as part of the Humanities 150D (Surviving the Holocaust) class. Sponsored by the Humanities Center and generously funded by the Golbal Education Initiative, this series is free and open to the campus and the community. Reservations are not necessary. Presenter: Steve A.

JKC 101 Campus Event
Possession Sound Writers: Marine Science, Poetry, & the Art of Science Photography May 21
1:00pm
to
2:00pm

Recently featured at the Seattle Aquarium, Adam Summers’ stunning photographs of the inner life of fish were accompanied by the evocative, marine science-inspired poetry of Sierra Nelson. Both presenters will be on hand to discuss the intersections of poetry, art, and science, and share their images and findings.

Sierra Nelson is a poet, teacher, performer, collaborator, & armchair aquanaut. Founder of the Cephalopod Appreciation Society, her poetic interest include a deep love of marine science. Recent books include a lyrical choose-your-own-adventure collaboration with visual artist Loren Erdrich, titled I Take Back the Sponge Cake (Rose Metal Press, 2012), and the chapbook In Case of Loss (Toadlily Press, 2012). She is the most recent winner of the Carolyn Kizer Prize from Poetry Northwest.

Adam Summers is Associate Professor of Biology at the University of Washington’s School of Aquatic & Fishery Sciences and Associate Director of the UW’s Friday Harbor Laboratories on San Juan Island. He has many collaborative projects on a variety of vertebrate taxa, including reptiles, amphibians, bony fishes, and cartilaginous fishes.  His main research program is in understanding the effects of material properties on the form and function of organisms.

FREE and OPEN to the PUBLIC  Made possible by the generosity of The Everett Community College Foundation and the Everett Cultural Arts Commission. For more information contact Kevin Craft / Possession Sound Writers / 425-388-9395 or visit the PSW website

ORCA Laboratory, 1205 Craftsman Way, Ste 203, Everett Community Events
Manufacturing Pre-Employment Info Session May 21
3:00pm

Manufacturing Pre-Employment Information Session

Index 109 Workshop and Info Sessions
Health & Wellness Fair May 22
10:00am
to
1:00pm

Open to all, the Health & Wellness Fair will features expositions from EvCC Nursing students, as well as non-profit health organizations from and around the Everett community. Presenters will hold informational tables, providing information, literature, and/or suggestions to improve the overall health knowledge of the community.

For more information contact Health & Wellness Coordinator, Kendra Hixenbaugh at 425-388-9505 or hwprog@everettcc.edu.

Jackson Center Campus Event
Study Abroad in Costa Rica: Informational Meeting May 22
12:00pm

The fastest way to learn about another culture is by immersing yourself in its life and language.
Join us on our affordable study abroad program to visit a rich landscape of volcanoes, cloud forests, and tropical beaches. Earn college credits while recording your impressions through sketching, learning Spanish, and community-based service projects with EvCC instructors Linda Berkley, Studio Art and Phebe Shen, English/Global Studies.

WHI 361 Academic, Workshop and Info Sessions
Japanese Club Meeting May 22
1:30pm

A chance for students to get together with others to learn about Japanese culture, language and traditions through participation in events, workshops and activities. 
Meetings every week on Thursday until June 5 2014 .
Thursday, May 22, 2014 - 1:30pm
Thursday, May 29, 2014 - 1:30pm
Thursday, June 5, 2014 - 1:30pm

Nippon Business Institute (NBI) Campus Event
Last Day to Drop With a W or Change to Audit for Spring May 23
9:00am
to
4:30pm

Today is the final day students are able to drop a class or change from credit status to audit status for Spring Quarter. Changing from credit to audit status requires Instructor Signature.

Campus Important Deadline
Club Council May 23
1:00pm
to
2:00pm

Send your club representative to club council to vote and share. Attendance is required for club good standing status. Meetings are open to public.

Gray Wolf Hall 166 Student Activities
ASB Senate Meeting May 23
2:30pm
to
3:30pm

ASB Senate Meetings are open to the public. Learn more about EvCC Student Govenment - Here!

Also meeting on:

Friday, June 6  2:30-4:30pm  GWH 166

Gray Wolf Hall 166 Student Activities
Drive In Movie & Family Night - Disney's FROZEN! May 23
7:00pm

Join Student Activities for a family carnival night and drive-in movie, Disney's Frozen (G)! There will be FREE FOOD for all including popcorn, hot dogs and beverages. Famous Dave's BBQ will be accepting donations for the EvCC Foundation for their delicious ribs and cornbread. You can take home a FREE airbrushed souvenir hat or backpack and participate in carnival games provided by Student Clubs!

For more information please contact Special Events & Recreation Coordinator, Emily Barrett at 425-288-9505.

Parks Cafe/Courtyard & Parking Lot B Campus Event, Student Activities
Memorial Day - Campus Closed May 26
12:00am
to
11:55pm

EvCC's Campus will be closed today to observe Memorial Day.

Campus and Online Holiday
Humanities Lecture: Work, Money, & Meaning May 27
10:00am
to
11:00am

One in a series of lectures exploring the 2014 Humanities Center theme: "Making a Living, Making a Life: Work, Money, & Meaning." Generously funded by Faculty Development, these lectures are free and open to the campus and the community. Repeated from last quarter. Presenter: Steve Horn

WHI 105 Campus Event
Drama Club Meetings May 27
12:30pm
to
1:30pm

Calling all thespians! Drama club is devoted to letting all types of theater goers explore their passion though workshops, discussions, exercises, and games! Whether you're an actor, director, writer, tech crew, etc - everyone is welcome!
Drama club is a producing organization that strives to give students opportunities outside the classroom to create and experience Theatre.  Drama club is also active in bringing local professionals, active in their field, to campus to provide learning opportunities for the students in Theatre.
Advisor: Beth Peterson
Contact: 425-388-9525
Email: bpeterson@everettcc.edu
 
Meetings held on Tuesdays until June 10.
Tuesday, June 3 - 12:30pm to 1:30pm
Tuesday, June 10 - 12:30pm to 1:30pm

Rainier 212 Student Activities
Toxin Screening May 27
1:30pm
to
4:30pm

UW Bothell's RN to BSN students will be offering a FREE screening of toys, cosmetics and other household items. Join us in Gray Wolf Hall 166, May 27th from 1:30-4:30.  For more information call the University Center, 425.259.8900.

Gray Wolf Hall 166 Community Events
Japanese Calligraphy Demonstration May 28
10:00am
to
11:30am

Master calligrapher Yoshiyasu Fujii will demonstrate traditional Japanese calligraphy and brushwork.

Whitehorse Critique Space (2nd Floor) Workshop and Info Sessions
Writing Club Meeting May 28
10:00am
to
11:00am

Come join the Writing Club and get writing! The club focuses on improving writing technique across all genres and forms and provides a safe space for writers to share their work.

Looking to strengthen your writing? The Writing Club is a place for serious writers to convene for encouragement and critique. Writers of fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry are welcome. Writers meet weekly to write and to promote awareness, understanding, and discussion of the various literary genres. Members are also involved in a variety of campus activities related to the literary arts.

Advisor: Jennifer Beebe
Contact: 425-388-9180
Email: jbeebe@everettcc.edu

Meets weekly - future meetings are:
June 4  10-11am  Paperclip
June 11 10-11am  Paperclip

Paperclip - Club Resource Room, PSU 204 Student Activities
Eat Right! May 28
12:30pm

The ASB Senate & Nutrition Department invite you to "Eat Right!" a free seminar being held at EvCC to encourage you to make wise and healthy food choices.

Topics include:

  • How to read nutrition labels
  • Eating well on a budget
  • Brain food for energy & power for finals

For more information about this event contact, ASB VP of Clubs & Student Initiatives at asbvpclubs@everettcc.edu

 

Liberty Hall, 106 Campus Event, Student Activities
Study Abroad in Costa Rica: Informational Meeting May 28
1:30pm

The fastest way to learn about another culture is by immersing yourself in its life and language.
Join us on our affordable study abroad program to visit a rich landscape of volcanoes, cloud forests, and tropical beaches. Earn college credits while recording your impressions through sketching, learning Spanish, and community-based service projects with EvCC instructors Linda Berkley, Studio Art and Phebe Shen, English/Global Studies.

GHW 386 Academic, Workshop and Info Sessions
Welding Information Session May 28
6:00pm
to
7:00pm

The Welding Program at Everett Community College offers a wide variety of classes to meet the needs of students whose goals range from those seeking employment in the Metal Trades Industry to the home hobbyist.

Monte Cristo 110 Workshop and Info Sessions
Dining for Dollars at Famous Dave's Legendary Pit Bar-B-Que May 29
11:00am
to
9:00pm

The Everett Community College Foundation is pleased to invite you to dine out and support education at Famous Dave’s Legendary Pit Bar-B-Que in Everett. 
Join us Thursday, May 29, for lunch or dinner and enjoy delicious, award-winning barbecue AND contribute to a great cause. Famous Dave’s will donate 10% of the proceeds from orders that mention the foundation. Donations will assist EvCC students pay for tuition, books and other necessities.
All you have to do is bring in the Dining For Dollars flyer located on the EvCC Foundation web page or mention the foundation when you order and then enjoy your meal!
Famous Dave’s is located at 1206 Everett Mall Way in Everett and they’re open from 11am to 9pm. Hope to see you there!

 

Famous Dave's Legendary Bar-B-Que Pit in Everett Community Events
Live Concert: Ballroom Thieves! May 29
11:30am

Student Activities Programs Board invites you to this FREE LIVE CONCERT by the Ballroom Thieves! A  passionate three-part folk harmony group that will fill your soul with their infectious energy and emotion.

For more information contact Concerts Coordinator, Caleb Yost at 425-388-9505 or concerts@everettcc.edu

Park Cafe Campus Event, Student Activities
Japanese Club Meeting May 29
1:30pm

A chance for students to get together with others to learn about Japanese culture, language and traditions through participation in events, workshops and activities. 
Meetings every week on Thursday until June 5 2014 .
Thursday, May 29, 2014 - 1:30pm
Thursday, June 5, 2014 - 1:30pm

Nippon Business Institute (NBI) Campus Event