Campus Event

Blood Drive Sign-Ups

Have some school spirit and give blood at the Spring Quarter Trojan Nation Blood Drive! Reduce some stress for someone in need by giving blood while reducing your stress with a FREE Trojan Nation stress ball. According to Bloodworks Northwest, right now, there are people in your community who need the help you can so easily provide simply by donating blood. Our goal is to get at least 90 people to donate during this blood drive and we need your help to get there! 

Blood Drive Sign-Ups

Have some school spirit and give blood at the Spring Quarter Trojan Nation Blood Drive! Reduce some stress for someone in need by giving blood while reducing your stress with a FREE Trojan Nation stress ball. According to Bloodworks Northwest, right now, there are people in your community who need the help you can so easily provide simply by donating blood. Our goal is to get at least 90 people to donate during this blood drive and we need your help to get there! 

Blood Drive Sign-Ups

Have some school spirit and give blood at the Spring Quarter Trojan Nation Blood Drive! Reduce some stress for someone in need by giving blood while reducing your stress with a FREE Trojan Nation stress ball. According to Bloodworks Northwest, right now, there are people in your community who need the help you can so easily provide simply by donating blood. Our goal is to get at least 90 people to donate during this blood drive and we need your help to get there! 

Blood Drive Sign-Ups

Have some school spirit and give blood at the Spring Quarter Trojan Nation Blood Drive! Reduce some stress for someone in need by giving blood while reducing your stress with a FREE Trojan Nation stress ball. According to Bloodworks Northwest, right now, there are people in your community who need the help you can so easily provide simply by donating blood. Our goal is to get at least 90 people to donate during this blood drive and we need your help to get there! 

Festival of Foreign Film & Philosophy

The Humanities Alliance, with the generous support of the Global Education Initiative, invites you to join philosophy instructor Mike VanQuickenborne for screenings of an international lineup of films over the period of five Tuesday evenings. A discussion will follow each film. This event is free and open to the campus and the community. For more information contact mvanquickenborne@everettcc.edu
Tonight's film: Talk to Her (Hable con ella) (Spain, 2002)

Festival of Foreign Film & Philosophy

The Humanities Alliance, with the generous support of the Global Education Initiative, invites you to join philosophy instructor Mike VanQuickenborne for screenings of an international lineup of films over the period of five Tuesday evenings. A discussion will follow each film. This event is free and open to the campus and the community. For more information contact mvanquickenborne@everettcc.edu
Tonight's film: The Red Chapel (AKA Kim Jong-Il’s Comedy Club) (Det Røte Kapel) (Denmark/North Korea, 2009)

Festival of Foreign Film & Philosophy

The Humanities Alliance, with the generous support of the Global Education Initiative, invites you to join philosophy instructor Mike VanQuickenborne for screenings of an international lineup of films over the period of five Tuesday evenings. A discussion will follow each film. This event is free and open to the campus and the community. For more information contact mvanquickenborne@everettcc.edu
Tonight's film: Two days, one night (Deux jours, une nuit) (Belgium, 2014)

Festival of Foreign Film & Philosophy

The Humanities Alliance, with the generous support of the Global Education Initiative, invites you to join philosophy instructor Mike VanQuickenborne for screenings of an international lineup of films over the period of five Tuesday evenings. A discussion will follow each film. This event is free and open to the campus and the community. For more information contact mvanquickenborne@everettcc.edu

Tonight's film: One Night (Una Noche) (Cuba, 2012)

Festival of Foreign Film & Philosophy

The Humanities Alliance, with the generous support of the Global Education Initiative, invites you to join philosophy instructor Mike VanQuickenborne for screenings of an international lineup of films over the period of five Tuesday evenings. A discussion will follow each film. This event is free and open to the campus and the community. For more information contact mvanquickenborne@everettcc.edu
Tonight's film: Boy and the World (O Menino e o Mundo) (Brazil, 2013)

Washington Council University Transfer Fair

WA Council University Transfer Fair

Thursday, April 14, 2016
10:00 - 1:00
Gray Wolf Lobby

Meet with over 25 Universities to review general admission requirements, explore degree programs and prerequisites, gather information on scholarships, know the application extended deadlines, plus more.

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