Community Events

STEM & Humanities Café: In Defense of the "Grid"

This popular series, repeated from Winter Quarter 2015, explores the interdisciplinary considerations between STEM and the humanities. Sponsored by the Humanities Alliance and funded by the Office of Instruction, these presentations are free and open to the campus and the community. Today's presenter: Dr. Steven Horn, Political Science

May 26 2015 - 10:00am
A Comedy Show with Sara Schaefer

When was the last time that you laughed so hard that you couldn't breathe? Critically acclaimed stand up comedian, writer, and producer Sara Schaefer will make you laugh until it hurts. She was recently the co-host of MTV’s late night show Nikki & Sara Live. Sara has appeared on @Midnight, John Oliver’s New York Stand Up Show, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Best Week Ever, and Inside Amy Schumer. She won two Emmy awards for her work at Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, and has written for and Who Wants to Be A Millionaire.

 Her debut stand up album, Chrysalis, debuted in March 2015. Sara’s accolades include USA Today’s 100 People of the Year in Pop Culture,” Backstage Magazine Comics to Watch 2011, Huffington Post’s “Favorite Female Comedians,” New York Post “Best Jests 2010,” ECNY Award Nominee: Best Female Stand Up 2010, Comedy Central’s Comics to Watch Showcase 2010, and New York Magazine’s “10 Comedians to Watch” 2010. 

Admission is free for all Everett Community College students. You won’t want to miss this free, hilarious afternoon of stand-up comedy from Sara Schaefer!

May 26 2015 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm
Real Talk Wednesday

Real Talk Wednesday is an open forum in which students, staff, faculty and community members can host meaningful and courageous conversations in order to 1) create community and 2) educate the campus on social justice issues, current events, trends, and topics that matter to you.

RTW Spring Quarter schedule is as follows:

Real Talk Wednesday
Grey Wolf Hall 168 from 3-5 pm

May 26th - RTW Potluck

For more information contact Abraham Rodriguez-Hernandez at

May 26 2015 - 3:00pm to 5:00pm
Holocaust Speaker Forum: Eva C.

The campus and the community are invited to join the Humanities 150D Class for the 2015 Holocaust Survivor Forum Series. Forums, which are sponsored by the Humanities Alliance and are generously funded by the Global Education Initiative, are held on four Wednesdays (April 15 and 29, and May 13 and 27) during Spring Quarter from 12:20-1:20 p.m. on the EvCC campus. Change of location for today's presentation:  Baker 120.  These events are free and no reservations are needed. Today's speaker: Eva C.

May 27 2015 - 12:15pm
Dance Club Meeting

The purpose of this club is to make connections with other people by being involved in the club, to inspire one another through dancing, and of course, to have fun.

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For more info contact advisor, Jerod Grant at

May 27 2015 - 2:00pm to 4:30pm
APSU Club Meeting

The goal of ASPU is to organize and conduct activities related to Asian cultures such as artists and lectures, promoting awareness and pride in our ethnic identities, culture, and heritage.

For more info contact advisor, Marianna Le at

May 27 2015 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm
Open Mic

From 2-4 students & faculty are invited to read their written works aloud to all who attend the open mic night.

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 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.

For more info contact advisor, Matthew Kelsey at



May 28 2015 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm
Japanese Anime Arts Festival

The EvCC Japanese Club and Nippon Business Insitute conduct a 2-day Japanese Anime & Arts Festival on May 29th from Noon - 8:30 PM & May 30th from 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM at the EvCC Henry M Jackson Conference Center.  Sponsored by the EvCC Foundation and City of Everett Arts Commission, the event is open to the public at no charge for admission and includes:  lectures on Japanese culture and anime/manga, a drawing demonstration by Japanese manga artist Yoshimi Kurata, a screening of the anime "Brave Story" based on a story by Miyuki Miyabe, cosplay, the art of kimono dressing etiquette, a chance to meet Seattle artist Enfu, performance & folk dance by OKK Taiko, dance performance by Kabuki Academy, a chance to taste green tea and sweets, a Japanese style marketplace, food for purchase and more.  For information, please call 425-388-9195 or email to:

Event Info and Schedule is available at: Japanese Anime Arts Festival



May 29 2015 (All day) to May 30 2015 (All day)
Dance Club Meeting

The purpose of this club is to make connections with other people by being involved in the club, to inspire one another through dancing, and of course, to have fun.

Find us on Facebook!

For more info contact advisor, Jerod Grant at

May 29 2015 - 12:00pm to 3:00pm
Snack & Chat

Join Student LIFE and EvCC’s Student Government Spring Quarter for five bi-weekly Snack and Chats.

The Snack and Chat is a chance for your voice to be heard and for you to make a difference, as you chat with student senate members, ambassadors or club members, you will learn about what is happening on campus and be able to let Student LIFE know what you would like to see on campus, and you get a free snack! 
So, stop on by and Snack & Chat with us!

For more information contact Nichols Eveland, ASB VP of Public Relations, at (425) 388-9317, Jennifer Rhodes, Student LIFE Advisor at (425) 388-9509.

Jun 1 2015 - 11:30am to 2:30pm