Campus Event

National Day of Silence Observation

National Day of Silence Observation - All Day

Friday, April 11, 2014, is the official National Day of Silence, a student-led action sponsored by Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network’s (GLSEN) in which thousands of students around the country will remain silent for all or part of the school day to call attention to the harassment and discrimination faced by LGBTQIA + community (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning, Intersex, Asexual/Agendered/Aromantic, +).

Welcome Table

Student Activities Welcome Table located at the EvCC Student Activities Corner, Parks 209 - Ask questions, pick up the new quarterly calendar, get up to date info and even grab a FREE SNACK!

Humanities History Lecture: The Craft Apprentice

The Humanities Center and Trades, with the generous support of the Communication and Social Sciences Division, presents Dr. Bill Rorabaugh of the University of Washington History Department, in a discussion of his book, "The Craft Apprentice: From Franklin to the Machine Age in America." This event is free and open to the campus and the community. Classes are welcome!

Graduation Speaker & Performer Nominations Due

The Graduation Committee, comprised of students, faculty, staff, and administrators, selects a 2014 graduate to represent the class of 2014 as the Student Speaker and a EvCC student to perform the National Anthem during the ceremony. Interested? Fill out a nomination form and turn it in to Student Activities, Parks Student Union, Room 209 by Friday, April 11, 2014. Hard copies of the nomination brochure are available in Student Activities and the Paperclip in the Parks Student Union.

Holocaust Survivor Forum

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.

Holocaust Survivor Forum

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.

Holocaust Survisor Forum

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: Ron F.

Holocaust Survivor Forum

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: Marie-Anne H.

Humanities Lecture: Work, Money, & Meaning

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

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