Campus Event

Humanities Alliance Faculty Lecture Series

The Humanities Alliance, with the generous support of the Office of the Vice President of Instruction and Student Services, presents a faculty lecture series on the 2017 theme: Finding Middle Ground in an Age of Certainty. These lectures are open to the campus and the community. They are free and no reservations are required. Classes are welcome.
Today's speaker:  Thom Lee, art:  Yin & Yang

Humanities Alliance Faculty Lecture Series

The Humanities Alliance, with the generous support of the Office of the Vice President of Instruction and Student Services, presents a faculty lecture series on the 2017 theme: Finding Middle Ground in an Age of Certainty. These lectures are open to the campus and the community. They are free and no reservations are required. Classes are welcome.
Today's speaker:  Cynthia Clarke, anthropology: "If You're Not with Me, You're Against Me": Evolutionary Biology & Human Aggression

Humanities Alliance Faculty Lecture Series

The Humanities Alliance, with the generous support of the Office of the Vice President of Instruction and Student Services, presents a faculty lecture series on the 2017 theme: Finding Middle Ground in an Age of Certainty. These lectures are open to the campus and the community. They are free and no reservations are required. Classes are welcome.
Today's speaker:  Andrew Wahl, journalism: "The Filter Bubble Effect: Rethinking News and Community in the Age of Social Media"

Humanities Alliance Faculty Lecture Series

The Humanities Alliance, with the generous support of the Office of the Vice President of Instruction and Student Services, presents a faculty lecture series on the 2017 theme: Finding Middle Ground in an Age of Certainty. These lectures are open to the campus and the community. They are free and no reservations are required. Classes are welcome. 
Today's speaker:  Dr. Diane Brown, psychology:  On Group Polarization and the Foundation of Prejudice.

Humanities Alliance Faculty Lecture Series

The Humanities Alliance, with the generous support of the Office of the Vice President of Instruction and Student Services, presents a faculty lecture series on the 2017 theme: Finding Middle Ground in an Age of Certainty. These lectures are open to the campus and the community. They are free and no reservations are required. Classes are welcome. 
Today's speaker: Dr. Steven Tobias, English:  "The Marriage of Heaven & Hell" by William Blake

Video Game Night

SWE invites you to unwind before finals week! Enjoy pizza, beverages, video and board games! Admission is $5 for pizza and games.

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.

Advisor: Kristine Washburn
Email: kwashburn@everettcc.edu

Rethinking Thanksgiving

First Nations Club invites you to Rethinking Thanksgiving, Tuesday, 12-3pm in Jackson Center - FREE EVENT! There will be traditional Native American story telling, singing, drumming, and dancing.

1st Nations is designed to promote unity among the various American Native tribes and the Alaska Native groups at EvCC and in the community, to provide a support base to attain personal, educational and community goals and to enrich each member’s knowledge of tribal customs and beliefs.

Open Mic!

We supply the stage, you supply the talent!

Calling all EvCC students, staff, and faculty: Do you sing? Perform spoken-word? Play an instrument? Can you recite the nation's presidents in both alphabetical and chronological order simultaneously? Sign-up today & the stage is yours.

Sign-up at the front desk in Student LIFE, Parks Student Union, Room 209.

75th Anniversary Arts Open House and Chihuly Dedication

As part of the college's 75th anniversary, EvCC is holding a series of open house events to showcase current college work and to honor the past. On Nov. 2, we'll hold the first of these focusing on the arts programs.

At 4 p.m. in the Russell Day Gallery, retired faculty member John Simpson's current and retrospective work will be on display. John will be on hand to share stories.

Then, at 5 p.m., you are invited to join employees, alumni, retirees, and students for the dedication of a Dale Chihuly glasswork in the library.  

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