Archived Themes and Events

Archived Events

2014-2015

Fall 2014

  • Real Talk Wednesdays, (every Wednesday)
  • China Town Hall, October 16
  • Slavery Symposium, October 21 and 23
  • Food Day Panel, October 21
  • Oktoberfest, October 28
  • Yurei: Japanese Ghost Stories, October 29
  • Engineer-Turned-Poet: Reflections on Hanford, October 29
  • Spooktacular Halloween & Club Fest, October 30
  • “Mayhem” Opening Reception at the Russell Day Gallery, Oct. 27-Dec. 5
  •  Study Abroad Club, Every other Friday
  •  Living Voices: Native Vision, November 3
  •  Lecture: Making a Living as a Musician, November 6
  • Japanese Club Tea House Fundraiser, November 12
  • Possession Sound Writers: Award-Winning Poet Ed Skoog, November 17
  •  National Geography Awareness Week Activities, November 19 -20
  • “The Man Outside” -- Fall Play, Nov. 20-22 and Dec. 4-6
  • 2nd Annual R.I.S.E Conference, November 22
  • Nishiyama Japanese Garden
  • Tuesday Travelogues

Winter 2015

  • Lecture Series:  Humanities and STEM -- two cultures?
  • Festival of Foreign Film & Philosophy, Every Thursday, Jan. 22 - Feb. 19
  • International Club, Every Thursday 2:30-3:30 pm
  • PSW and EvCC Reads: The Boys in the Boat, February 10
  • Mass Media Speaker Series, once monthly,Feb. 11 - May 27
  • Ray Bradbury Lives Forever: Faith in the Stories of Ray Bradbury, February 17
  • The Empowerment Project Film Screening, February 19
  • Plays by EvCC instructor Beth Peterson in theaters in February: Guido in Therapy and Evil Twin
  • Terry Hawkins Conference, February 25
  • Daring Women: One Young Female's Journey Abroad, March 5
  • Real Talk Wednesdays, every Wednesday
  • Study Abroad Club, every other Friday

Spring 2015

  • Tuesday Travelogues
  • The STEM & Humanities Café (series repeated from Winter 2015)
  • Mass Media Speaker Series, once monthly, starting February 11-May 27
  • Holocaust Survivor Forums (four Wednesdays)
  • Documentary Film: The Boys of Terezín, April 27
  • April Poetry Month Read-In, April 29
  • Derek Smith & Kevin Craft, Under the Sea: Poetry & Marine Archaeology,  May 12
  • 8th Annual Passport to Culture & 2nd Annual Bali Bazaar, May 18
  • 2nd Annual EvCC Luau, May 20
  • Comedy Show with Sara Schaefer, May 26
  • Japanese Animé Arts Festival, May 29 and 30
  • Real Talk Wednesdays, every Wednesday
  • Study Abroad Club, every other Friday

 

 

Past Humanities Themes

  • enlightenment (Fall 2013) and Making a Living, Making a Life: Work, Money, and Meaning (Winter/Spring 2014)
  • Revolutions (Fall 2012) and enlightenment (Winter/Spring 2013)
  • Islam in America: Common Ground (Fall 2011) and Revolutions (Winter/Spring 2012)
  • Global Expressions & Cultural Collisions -- Special Focus: Islam in America, 2010-2011
  • Inquiry: Unity, Patriotism, World Citizenship, 2009-2010
  • Dreams, 2008-09
  • Happiness, 2007-08
  • Memory: The Metaphor of the Muses, 2006-07