Campus Event

Possession Sound Writers: Award-Winning Poet Ed Skoog

Possession Sound Writers presents a reading by Ed Skoog from his Washington State Book Award- winning poetry collection “Rough Day.”  The reading will be followed by a reception and book signing.
Contact Kevin Craft, kcraft@everettcc.edu, 425-388-9395
 

National Geography Awareness Week Activities

The Social Sciences Department will be hosting events in celebration of National Geography Awareness Week (National GIS day is Wednesday, Nov. 19).   Story map presentations by students will be from 8:00am-10:00am on Nov.19.  Other events include talks and a brown bag lunch.  For details, please contact Kerry Lyste, geography instructor, 425-388-9381, klyste@everettcc.edu

National Geography Awareness Week Activities

The Social Sciences Department will be hosting events in celebration of National Geography Awareness Week (National GIS day is Wednesday, Nov. 19).   Story map presentations by students will be from 8:00am-10:00am on Nov.19.  Other events include talks and a brown bag lunch.  For details, please contact Kerry Lyste, geography instructor, 425-388-9381, klyste@everettcc.edu

Monster Mash APSU Halloween Party

Music, dancing, games, and food.

Costume party with prizes.

$5 between 5pm-6pm. $8 after 6pm. 

Flu Shot and Vaccination Clinic

Student LIFE Programs Board and Rite Aid are sponsoring a Flu Shot and Vaccination Clinic, available for individuals with or without insurance. Individuals with insurance cards will be asked to present their cards and their insurance will be charged. Those without insurance will receive the influenza vaccination for $25.00 with valid student ID (Available in the Paperclip, PSU 203) $31.99. For all other individuals without ID. Cost of additional vaccinations to be determined. 

Food and Nutrition Fair

National Food Day
Food and Nutrition Education Fair

  • Samples of health sustainable food (with recipes!)
  • Cookbook exchange
  • Food Drive

Food Policy Panel Discussion

National Food Day
Panel Discussion on Food Policy
Join producers and policy makers for a panel discussion about affordable, safe and healthy food in Snohomish County.

Living Voices: Native Visions - Evening Perfomance

Invite your friends, family, and neighbors to this FREE event for the community!

Living Voices: Native Visions

Invite your friends, family, and neighbors to this FREE event for the community!

The Clothesline Project - Donation Drive

October 13-24
Donations to benefit local domestic violence shelters are being collected in a bin in Student LIFE in Parks Student Union, 209. 

Suggested Donations:

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