Evergreen Magazine Fall 2011
Celebrating 40 Years of Evergreen
This year, we are celebrating the 40th anniversary of Evergreen's first academic year. We take great pride in what we have all accomplished in the ensuing four decades.
Evergreen has become nationally recognized for academic rigor and commitment to sustainable practices. You can see in this issue of the magazine that Greeners are not only leaders in their fields, but in the fields that will be so instrumental as we look to our future – organic farming, sustainable building, alternative energy, e-commerce, environmental conservation, collaboration and social justice.
Photography: Evergreen Photo Services unless otherwise noted.
Read featured articles online (or, download a PDF of the complete issue).
40 Weeks of Events
Check out the entire series of events happening throughout the year, then make plans to celebrate with us at our Return to Evergreen event in May 2012.
What do you love about Evergreen?
To celebrate Evergreen's 40th, we're compiling a list of 40 things that are wonderful about Evergreen and Olympia. Look for the list in our Spring issue.
12 Greener Leaders Making a Difference
Doug Luckerman ’79 is an advocate for pulling the plug on inequity.
Dan Tishman ’77 brings an environmental focus to one of the nation’s leading construction firms.
Timi Vann ’91 makes government responsive to Westerners’ environmental needs.
Reverend Oscar Tillman ’87 stands up for the downtrodden.
Lindsey Bolger ’91 is brewing great coffee and a better world.
Thinking Globally, Acting Globally with the Nature Conservancy’s Jeff Hardesty ’79
Pat Castaldo ’95 and Aaron Tuller ’00 helped spark a movement.
Karyn Williams ’03 is a 21st-Century pioneer.
Sandra Davis ’89 is helping build a healthier community in East Oakland
Appeals Court Judge Christine Quinn-Brintnall ’76 brings a unique philosophy to the bench
James Egerton ’77 is making green energy more efficient
Anna Matzinger ’93 is the toast of the Willamette Valley
Founding Faculty Member Dave Hitchens Reflects on Teaching, Building a New College and Other Acts of Faith.
News & Notes
- Speedy Makeover
Nikki McClure ’91 gives a new look to Evergreen's Geoduck
- Ku deku Narobe
Students work to protect a rare sloth
- Riot Grrrl Redux
Alumni Lisa Darms ’92 and Kathleen Hanna ’91, help the riot grrrl movement keep making its mark.
- NEA Welcomes New Director
The National Education Association Welcomes New Executive Director John Stocks ’81
- A Matter of Mountain Logic
Scott Elliott’s Invention Makes Saving Energy Simple