Spring and Summer 2017
The Evergreen Magazine features stories and highlights about our alumni and events.
Working across differences, preparing for leadership
Zoltán Grossman and his Resource Rebels help Grays Harbor find common ground for future economic development.
Veteran Russell Flemming ’79 joins the Peace Corps to teach English in Africa and beyond.
Guest author Allison Wolfe, an Evergreen grad and member of riot grrls band Bratmobile, and interviewee Corin Tucker give an insider’s view of music as activism.
Nathan Gibbs-Bowling ’04, MiT ’06 exposes students to different political views.
Aya Kondo ’18 chose to attend Evergreen after learning about the Evergreen Student Engagement Institute (ESCEI) program.
Byron Howard ’90 received top honors for his animated feature that puts diversity on display.
Matthew Jacobson searches for humanity in immigration debate