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Campus Food Survey

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HCC Food Pantry

The HCC Food Pantry is a new resource set up in the kitchenette area of the HCC. It is open during HCC hours: Sun from 10am-11pm, Mon-Thurs from 8am-11pm, Fri from 8am-12am, and Sat from 10am-12am.

There is not a budget to stock this pantry; pantry food comes from excess produce delivered to the Satellite food bank and direct donations from students like you. It functions similarly to the Free Store in that we hope those who use it will take what they need and leave items when they have extra.

Examples: bread, pasta, canned vegetables, canned fish, fresh produce

Evergreen students produce and perform “Three Sisters” by Anton Chekhov

Three sisters play photo

For the first time in three years, an Evening and Weekend Studies program at Evergreen is putting on a fully staged play. Students in a program titled Chekhov, Stanislavski, and Modern Drama will be producing and performing “Three Sisters” March 15-17 in Evergreen’s Experimental Theater.

Demeter's Garden

We are a student-run experimental and demonstration permaculture garden. We maintain the space for current and future students to experiment, cultivate, and come together as a community.

Washington & Oregon Higher Education Sustainability Conference


A couple MES students were able to attend the Washington & Oregon Higher Education Sustainability Conference. The conference "...is a platform for empowering and inspiring change making, facilitating action, and for sharing, networking, and collaboration related to sustainability within the region's higher education institutions.

Ethics and Technology

Our mission is to begin a conversation about our own relationships with technology. Our group hopes to educate ourselves and the community on how technology affects our everyday lives and to advocate for a more ethical relationship with technology. Our intention is to raise community awareness and encourage people to take control of their own relationship with technology,


Our mission, if you choose to accept it, is to provide an outlet for stress as students navigate their weeks. We will achieve this by offering terrible movies at least once a week.

Credit information not available.
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Student-Originated Studies: Food and Agriculture

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Do you have a project that engages interdisciplinary and applied education for just and sustainable food systems or agricultural practices? This Student-Originated Studies (SOS) will support students to pursue individual or small-group projects through on-farm internships, food-related apprenticeships, field studies, research, or community-based service learning projects. Whether on campus, downtown, across the country, or around the world, students should expect to link theory with practice, activism with reflection, and critical thinking with hands-on experience.

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