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Unmasking the Material World: Discovering Objects as Stories

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Over the last seventy years, we have witnessed a tremendous pop-culture interest in items categorized as vintage, antique , or classic , inspiring a profitable market. Things people find in thrift stores, flea markets, and on Ebay carry with them the stories of the past. Through bringing these objects into our daily lives, we can discover connections between how people of the past lived and what is meaningful to us today.

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God(s): An Inquiry

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This comparative religion program will focus on the concept of God(s) and the theologies and cultures that surround this notion of the transcendent divine. We will cover, in order of appearance: Yoruba traditions, Shamanism, the ancient Greek world, ancient Chinese traditions (Confucianism, Taoism), Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Western philosophical critiques of the God concept, the New Atheist movement, and New Age movements.

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Common Ground: Politics, Faith, and Community

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What do we mean by “community”? We speak of the LGBTQ community, communities of color, communities of faith, community service, even a community of nations – but what do they have in common? What brings people together, makes them open themselves to one another, causes them to make sacrifices for their common wellbeing? How do they agree upon, and express, the terms of the ties that bind them?

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Leading Together: Secrets to Success in Fundraising

Money, money, money.... MOOOONNNNAAAAYYYY.  A little nervous about fundraising for your club? Learn from Evergreen's top fundraiser, Abby Kelso (Alumni Programs), the secret tools of the trade!

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Evergreen influence, life experience leads to successful Seattle school

Andy Smallman '88

Last fall, Seattle’s Puget Sound Community School was brought into the public eye for incorporating one of the first gender-neutral bathrooms for adolescent student use. The student-led initiative, reported on by The New York Times, seemed radical for many. But for the school’s co-founder, Andy Smallman ’88, this was a natural step in the self-discovery process for teens.

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