The Evergreen Magazine Archive
Catch up on the latest Evergreen Magazine, or dig into the archives and learn about all the great things Greeners have been doing after graduation.
Greeners put the region on America's culinary map
Transforming ourselves, and the world.
Greeners Finding Common Ground in Uncertain Times
Spring and Summer 2017
Inside Indigenous Arts Campus, Lecture Hall Transformation, Trans & Queer Center
Influencers and advocates. Plus inauguration highlights and more!
Greeners innovate. Turning a smartphone into a microscope, promoting better health in rural Peru, 3-D printing as a communication tool for doctors and patients, innovations in cancer prevention and more!
Also Inside: Creativity in Action. Bacteriophage research, organic bedding, waterway mapping, food hub launch, mental health tools, and more!
Plus: Eric Engstrom, Paul Stamets, Wayne Au, Ellen Shortt-Sanchez, and more!
On the saltwater shores of the Salish Sea, Greeners shape the future of Puget Sound.
Greeners Creating Solutions That Work
Evergreen continues its 40th anniversary celebration
Greeners who are making change happen
The Food Issue
Finding Health Care Solutions
Nurturing Creativity at Evergreen
Greeners Bring Passion to Politics
Evergreen Entrepreneurs are working for change
“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.” —Mark Twain
From science labs to compound arts, Greeners take technology in unexpected directions.
Issue explores sustainability.
Issue explores teaching and learning.
It’s Not Your Parent’s Library Anymore
Issue explores audio and compound production.
Evergreen Field Studies
Making Choice That Matter