Campus Event

Humanities Alliance: Anti-Trafficking Series

The Humanities Alliance, with the generous support of the Global Education Initiative, brings three outstanding speakers to campus to discuss the modern-day issue of human trafficking.  This event is free and open to the campus and the community and classes are welcome. Please attend one, two, or all three sessions.

Session #1 - Speaker: Celia Chessin Yudin
Anti-Trafficking Outreach Coordinator (WARN - Washington Anti-Trafficking Response Network)
8:50-9:50 AM

Book Sale

Writing Club presents their Book Sale. They will be selling a mix of academic and recreational books for low prices. Books for sale include a complete set of The World Books, Malcolm X Speaks, Two Official SAT Study Guides, and test prepping books. Price is dependent on books. 

Humanities Alliance: Special Screening: "The Boys of Terezín" Documentary

"The Boys of Terezín" 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.

May the 4th Be With You Spirit Day

Student LIFE Presents May the 4th Be With You Spirit Day.
Come and sport your favorite Star Wars gear, gather in the Parks Café, answer trivia to test how well you know Star Wars characters as we reveal an announcement you wouldn’t want to miss. At noon, there will be a group photo so don’t forget to show up with your Star Wars gear!

Guest Author Bernadette Pajer

Russian Club presents local author Bernadette Pajer. Pager will be hosting a Q&A sessions and speaking about her books.
Visit Bernadette Pajer’s website here.

Russia Club aims to comment, share, and increase knowledge for students who have an interest in the Russian language and culture.
For more info contact advisor Maria Kashani-Branson at

Chinese Club Dumpling Event

Chinese Club presents the Chinese Club Dumpling Event. An event teaching EvCC students how to make dumplings. The dumplings will be cooked and given to everyone who participates.

Chinese Club wants to introduce Chinese culture and traditions to the local community in order to enhance mutual understanding and appreciation. Encouraging diversity through sharing cultural activities and historical knowledge.

For more info contact advisor Vikki King at

PSW presents: Lunch Poems with Rick Barot

The Humanities Alliance and Possession Sound Writers are pleased to welcome poet Rick Barot to the Lunch Poems series.  Rick was born in the Philippines, grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area, and received his MFA from the The Writers’ Workshop at the University of Iowa. He is the author of The Darker Fall, Want and the PEN award-winning Chord. He lives in Tacoma and directs The Rainier Writing Workshop, the low-residency MFA program at Pacific Lutheran University.

SWE Video Game Night

SWE Club presents SWE Video Game Night. Come unwind before finals with fellow students! There will be games, such as Smash Bros, Rock Bands, Cards Against Humanity, and many more. Soda and pizza will be served. Entry is $5 a person.

The goal of the Society of Women Engineers is to provide a place for women in science and engineering to meet others with the same interests and learn more about the engineering field.

For more info contact advisor Kristine Washburn at

Japanese Anime and Manga Arts Festival (JAMAF) - Day 2

The EvCC Foundation, City of Everett Cultural Arts Commission, Nippon Business Institute, Student LIFE, and Japanese Club present the Japanese Anime and  Manga Arts Festival (JAMAF). A celebration of anime, mange, and Japanese cultural arts. There will be appearances from manga artist Yoshimi Lurata, author Zack Davisson, and cartoonist/illustrator Enfu.

For more info on JAMAF, go to