Community Events

Book Sale

Writing Club presents their Book Sale. They will be selling a mix of academic and recreational books for low prices. Books for sale include a complete set of The World Books, Malcolm X Speaks, Two Official SAT Study Guides, and test prepping books. Price is dependent on books. 

Looking for a place to strengthen your writing? The Writing Club is a place for serious writers to convene for encouragement and critique. Writers of fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry are welcome. Writers meet weekly to write and promote awareness, understanding, and discussion of the various literary genres. Members are also involved in a variety of campus activities related to the literary arts.
For more info contact advisor Matt Kelsey at

May 4 2016 -
10:00am to 2:00pm
May the 4th Be With You Spirit Day

Student LIFE Presents May the 4th Be With You Spirit Day.
Come and sport your favorite Star Wars gear, gather in the Parks Café, answer trivia to test how well you know Star Wars characters as we reveal an announcement you wouldn’t want to miss. At noon, there will be a group photo so don’t forget to show up with your Star Wars gear!

May 4 2016 -
11:30am to 12:30pm
Spoken Word Poetry: G. Yamazawa

Born and raised in Durham, NC with a Buddhist background, G is a National Poetry Slam Champion, two-time Individual World Poetry Slam Finalist, and three-time Southern Fried Champion. He has toured in over 40 American cities and 5 European countries, and has been a featured performer at the Sundance Film Festival, TV One's Verses and Flow, the Pentagon, and the White House Initiative for AAPI. G will be performing at Baker 120, May 4th at 2pm. Please come and join us for G’s performance!

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.

If you are a person with a disability and need an accommodation in connection with this event, contact the Center for Disability Services at least 5 days in advance at 425-388-9273 or

May 4 2016 - 2:00pm
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

May 4 2016 -
4:00pm to 5:00pm
Nothing is Impossible - The Story of Eduardo Mendoza

Nothing is Impossible—The Story of Eduardo Mendoza highlights Eduardo’s motivation to share his personal experiences and trials with others to convey his passion for living. Eduardo seeks to spread awareness about his experience as an individual who has a disability, in order to discourage judgment towards individuals with disabilities and encourage others to seek education about disabilities.  Eduardo wishes to empower audiences to pursue their aspirations despite challenging obstacles, and teach us about the importance of following our passions and persevering. 
 For more information on this event, please contact Gianna Sabini, Student Programs Board Manager, at (425) 388-9505 or Student LIFE Advisor, Lindsay Hudson, at (425) 388-9508.
 If you are a person with a disability and need an accommodation in connection with this event, contact the Center for Disability Services at least 5 days in advance at 425-388-9273 or

May 5 2016 -
10:00am to 11:30am
Women In Advanced Manufacturing Club Meeting

The purpose of Women in Advanced Manufacturing Club is to encourage and support members, and to promote the education, leadership, and success of women in advanced manufacturing careers.

For more information contact advisor Annette Floyd at

May 5 2016 -
12:00pm to 1:00pm
Humanities Alliance: Special Screening: "The Boys of Terezín" Documentary

"The Boys of Terezín" takes you inside the infamous concentration camp – seen through the eyes of teenage boys imprisoned there, and remembered through the words they wrote in a clandestine magazine. Meet five remaining survivors, reunited 65 years later at the premiere of an oratorio that gives musical voice to their lost friends’ extraordinary poems.  Find the latest information about The Boys of Terezín.

Introduced by Mina Miller, Artistic Director of Music of Remembrance, a non-profit organization dedicated to remembering Holocaust musicians and their art through musical performances, educational programs, musical recordings, and commissions of new works. MOR is the only independent non-profit organization in the world with this comprehensive mission. ​Classes are welcome and no reservations are necessary.​ Contact: Joyce S. Walker,

May 5 2016 - 12:15pm
Latinx Student Union Club Meeting

Come join us in supporting our latinx student community on campus while exploring identity intersections, social justice, and Latin American Culture.

For more info contact advisor Sarah Willoughby at

May 5 2016 -
2:00pm to 3:30pm
SWE Club Meeting

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.

For more info contact advisor Kristine Washburn at

May 6 2016 -
12:00pm to 1:00pm
Club Council Meeting

Club Council meetings are designed to allow clubs to network with other clubs, share ideas and information and plan the quarterly Club Fest. Your attendance at Club Council meetings will provide you with information about Club Fest, fund raising ideas, project proposals and funding subject to affirmative vote of the Council members (quorum), and policies and procedures. The Vice President of Clubs organizes and chairs Club Council meetings.
For more information Email Richele Blair at

May 6 2016 -
1:00pm to 2:00pm