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Lavender & Multicultural Graduation Ceremonies

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Farm Worker Justice Collective

Our mission is to spread awareness and support for farmworker justice on campus, as well as to work closely with Community to Community and Famalas Unidas par la Justicia, acting in solidarity by following that leadership.

Lyrid Meteor Shower Star Party

A stargazing event to watch the Lyrids Meteor Shower during its peak.

Campus leaders past and present reflect on the history of First Peoples Multicultural Advising Services

FPMAS event speaker

Last Wednesday Evergreen students, staff, faculty and alumni gathered in the Longhouse Cultural Center for a panel discussion reflecting on 50 years of cultural resilience and academic persistence at First Peoples Multicultural Advising Services (FPMAS).

Facilitated by First Peoples Interim Director Kandi Bauman, panel speakers included former Evergreen dean (and current special advisor to the president) Stone Thomas, alumni Tomas Ybarra and Elena Perez, and former First Peoples directors April West-Baker, Eugene Fujimoto, Holly Joseph, and Ricardo Leyva-Puebla.

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Food Chemistry

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Note: this program is also offered winter quarter. Students who take the winter quarter program should not take the spring quarter program.

Food is a crucial part of everyday life. We prepare it. We ingest it. We apply chemistry on a regular basis, without even recognizing it. In this program we will explore topics in chemistry connected to food.  We will investigate answers to the questions: Why does popcorn pop? Why are so many low fat foods low in flavor? Why are some vitamins fat soluble while others water soluble: And why does that matter? What does gluten do? 

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Languages of Unsaying: Islam, Secularism, and American Poetry

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The term "unsaying" refers to the mystery of needing a name to refer to a transcendent that defies all representation, including that of names. In response to this need Sufi poets, in both Arabic and other languages, have created one of the richest of mystical poetry's in world culture, often in a dialectic with concepts of Law. Contemporary Arab poets have also asserted a humanistic and secular worldview in response to these traditions. These poets have in turn inspired a rich translation tradition in American culture, and an answering music in American poetry.

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