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Evergreen had an impact on me that I still feel. The skills I learned at Evergreen in communication, setting goals, leadership and personal ethics are with me every day. Evergreen was the perfect place for me.

—Chere Weiss, Community Outreach Coordinator, St. Johns Medical Center, Longview, Washington

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Evergreen News

Science Carnival 2015

Published: May 12, 2015

Fans of science, young and old will find hours of fun phenomena at Evergreen’s 12th Annual Science Carnival Friday, May 29 and Saturday, May 30. The college will welcome more than 1500 visitors to its Olympia campus that weekend, including several hundred school children on May 29. Read the whole story.

Dr. Cornel West to Speak at Evergreen

Published: April 27, 2015

Dr. Cornel West, a prominent activist and professor of philosophy and Christian practice at Union Theological Seminary will speak Monday, May 4, at 7pm, at The Evergreen State College, in the Constantino Recreation Center. He is also a Professor Emeritus at Princeton University and has taught at Yale, Harvard, and the University of Paris. Read the whole story.

Evergreen Honors, Supports Veterans for Memorial Day

Published: June 1, 2015

In honor of Veterans' Day, The Evergreen State College is scheduled to plant 7,000 American flags on the college's main Red Square on Thursday, May 21, in honor of the soldiers killed in Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation New Dawn, since 2001. Read the whole story.

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