Community Events

Sounders Game Night Ticket Sales

Student LIFE Programs Board presents Sounders Game Night Ticket Sales.

Bring the Trojan Nation spirit down to Seattle when you go to see our very own Sounders soccer team play in their season finale!
Want to get tickets early? Find DISCOUNTED at EvCC’s Student LIFE Kick-off on Thursday, October 1, 2015 or get your DISCOUNTED tickets ASAP before they run out at the Paperclip, open Mon-Thurs 8:00 am to 7:00 pm and Fridays from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Ticket sales start October 5, 2015 and are available for the low price of $15 per ticket w/ valid EvCC Student ID and $18 w/o.
Sounders play their season finale taking place on October 25, 2015 at 4:00 pm against the Real Salt Lake rivals at CenturyLink Field located on 800 Occidental Ave. S, Seattle, WA 98134.

For more information on this event, please contact Courtney Clementson, Trojan Nation & Recreation Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505 or Student LIFE Advisor, Lindsay Hudson, at (425) 388-9508.

Oct 5 2015 - 8:00am
Las Cafeteras - FREE Concert

Student LIFE Programs Board and LSU (Latino Student Union) present Las Cafeteras.

Performance starting at 11am
Stop by and enjoy LIVE music provided by Las Cafeteras. By fusing traditional and modern beats they tell stories from the streets of Los Angeles. Known for their energetic bi-lingual performances they combine Afro-Mexican (Son Jarocho), hip hop, folk, Native American & more styles with a community focused message that will move your soul. Through their music Las Cafeteras address issues the Latino Community experience daily in the United States, while conveying the values that have been passed down through generations. They are modern day storytellers, they are urban folk artists, and are coming to EvCC to share their passion.  Authentic food will be sold by your very own Latino Student Union club. Beautiful Latino rooted artwork, made by LSU members, will be also showcased.

Workshop: A People's History of Music in the United States starting at 1:30pm
Don’t forget to attend Las Cafeteras’s Workshop afterwards! From the South African struggle against Apartheid to the Nuevo Canto (New Music) movement in Chile, music has been used as a tool for liberation, as well as a means to dismantle oppression.  This workshop takes participants through an interactive timeline of the Untold History of the musical movement in the United States. This interactive workshop will bring alive U.S history through a new lens and share video and audio of past and present artist who risked their careers, as well as their lives, in order to sing a new song.  From Hip-Hop to Son Jarocho, from Jazz to Rock, Cafeteras engage participants in a performance lecture through a visual and audio people of color timeline to gain an understanding of music's role in social movements in the U.S. We will save you a seat!

Presentación comienza a las 11am
Ven y disfruta de la música en VIVO  del grupo musical Las Cafeteras. Al enfocarse en ritmos tradicionales y modernos cuentan historias desde las calles de los Ángeles. Conocidas por sus energéticas presentaciones bilingües, las cuales combinan Afro-Mexicano (Son Jarocho), hip hop, folk, Nativo Americano y muchos estilos más como un grupo que se enfoca en un mensaje que moverá tu alma. A través de su música, Las Cafeteras  aborda problemas que la comunidad Latina enfrenta a diario en los Estados Unidos, mientras que transporta los valores que se han transmitido de generación en generación. Son narradores de historias modernas, son los artistas populares urbanos, y están llegando a EVCC para compartir su experencia. Autentica comida será vendida por el Club Latino Student Union . Hermosas obras de arte latinas, elaboradas por miembros de Latino Student Union también serán expuestas. 

Taller: La Historia de Personas a través de la Música en  los Estados Unidos. Comienza a las 1:30pm
No te olvides de asistir al taller ofrecido por las Cafeteras al terminar su presentación. Desde la lucha sudafricana contra el apartheid al movimiento Nuevo Canto (New Music) en Chile, la música se ha utilizado como una herramienta para la liberación, así como un medio para desmantelar la opresión. Este taller toma participación a través de una línea de tiempo interactiva de la no contada Historia del movimiento musical en los Estados Unidos. Este taller interactivo traerá a la vida Historia Norte Americana a través de nuevos lentes y también videos y audios de artistas del pasado y del presente que arriesgaron sus carreras y sus vidas para poder cantar una nueva canción. Desde el Hip-Hop, Son Jarocho, Jazz hasta Rock, 
Las Cafeteras involucraran a los participantes en una presentación a través de lo visual y el audio de una línea de tiempo de gente de color para obtener una comprensión del papel de la música en los movimientos sociales en los EE.UU. Guardaremos tu asiento!

For more information on this event, please contact Edith Guzman, Diversity and Intercultural Awareness Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505 or Student LIFE Advisor, Lindsay Hudson, at (425) 388-9508. 

Oct 5 2015 - 11:30am to 3:00pm
Tuesday Travelogues: Japan

The Humanities Alliance is pleased to bring another quarter of armchair travel to the campus. All presentations are free and open to the campus and the community. Today's presenter: Linda Berkley

Oct 6 2015 - 12:15pm
Free Info Session: Precision Machining Program

Learn about EvCC's Precision Machining Program.

Oct 6 2015 - 6:00pm
CRU Club Meeting

The goal of CRU is to provide a place for students of inter-denominational Christian faith to meet and discuss issues of faith, life, spirituality, and assist one another in leadership development.

For more info contact advisor Kerri Schwab at

Oct 7 2015 - 11:30am to 12:30pm
The Politics of Language

How do we understand the politics of language across diverse communities? This panel explores three perspectives on the relationship between language and identity. Come learn about issues surrounding African American English in the Deaf community, Spanish heritage speakers, and the Skokomish Tribe's ancient ancestral law of "stu xwHa'scH3la".  Guest panelists include Heather D. Clark, Social Cultural Anthropology faculty, University of Washington; Vidal Martin, World Language (Spanish) faculty, Everett Community College; and Delbert Miller, Skokomish tribe's spiritual leader. Facilitated by Allison Green, English Instructor, Highline College. Sponsored by the Office of Diversity and Equity and the Center for Transformative Teaching. 

Oct 7 2015 - 12:30pm
M & W Soccer at Whatcom CC

The Men's & Women's Soccer Teams will travel to Bellingham, WA on Wednesday, Oct. 7th to play league games with the Whatcom CC Orcas. The Women will start the afternoon off at 3:00pm with the Men following at 5:15pm. Directions to Whatcom CC are under the directions link on the athletics webpage.

Oct 7 2015 - 3:00pm
Chinese Club Meeting

Chinese Club wants to introduce Chinese culture and traditions to the local community in order to enhance mutual understanding and appreciation. Encouraging diversity through sharing cultural activities and historical knowledge. 

For more info contact advisor Vikki King at

Oct 7 2015 - 3:30pm to 4:30pm
PROPELS Student Group Session

Free workshop for all students interested in learning about mentoring, and meeting new people. Group Mentoring sessions involve fun activities that focus on making connections with other students, learning about different cultures, traditions, customs, languages, and how we can grow together as a community through our differences.

Key focuses:
Personal Growth and Development
Diversity and Equity
Cultural Competency

Upcoming workshops - every Thursday during Fall Quarter.
Thursday, October 15 1-3pm
Thursday, October 22 1-3pm
Thursday, October 29 1-3pm
Thursday, November 5 1-3pm
Thursday, November 12 1-3pm
Thursday, November 19 1-3pm
Thursday, December 3 1-3pm


Oct 8 2015 - 1:00pm to 3:00pm
2015 Scholarship Reception

An informal reception to connect scholarship donors and recipients.
RSVP to EvCC Foundation is required to attend.

Oct 9 2015 - 2:30pm