The Surface: On and Beneath, 20th Century Photography from the Evergreen Art Collection

Andy Warhol, Marcus Leatherdale and Unidentifed Men and Women.

The Evergreen Gallery at The Evergreen State College presents, for the first time, a major exhibition of the college’s Andy Warhol Photography Collection, alongside some of Evergreen’s greatest works by major photographic artists of the 20th century. The exhibition runs January 18 through March 16 and is free and open to the public.

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Native Pathways Program Welcomes New Director, Dawn Barron

Dawn Barron

Dawn Barron was welcomed by the Evergreen community in September 2017. Since then, she has wasted no time in improving Evergreen’s Native Pathways Program (NPP).

For the first time, the program is offered on the Olympia campus, expanding access to the Longhouse and other campus resources. Additionally, the program now offers 4-credit courses to supplement the core 12-credit program. New communications, such as an NPP newsletter, are also in the works.  

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An Evergreen Student’s Journey to National Politics

Matt Ramirez

After years of hard work, finishing college, and completing two internships, Matthew Ramirez ’16 is now working alongside politicians in Washington D.C.  After working for noted legislators such as Washington Senator Patty Murray and California Congressman Ted Lieu, he now works for Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi, leader of the Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives, representing San Francisco. As Pelosi’s legislative correspondent, Ramirez helps handle topics such as immigration, oversight and government reform, and judiciary issues.

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2017 Photos of the Year

organic farm photo

Learning at Evergreen doesn't sit still. It runs over from the classrooms and labs into art studios and performance spaces. From there, it rushes through the forest to the organic farm and the beach. Learning communities of classmates and faculty deepen understanding, while project work provides opportunities to apply new knowledge. Over the course of a year, students hone the skills they will take with them into the world. Take a look back with us at what our students learned in 2017.

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Evergreen students pitch business ideas to local entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs

Evergreen students gathered in SEM II on December 2 to pitch their startup business plans to classmates and local industry experts. Showcasing enterprise ideas in a wide range of sectors including the arts, independent radio, and food and beverage, the presentations were the culmination of a fall program titled Startups and Entrepreneurships.

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