Evergreen News & Stories

Library, Red Square, and CAB in early fall

Mourning Atlanta

March 19, 2021

Dear Campus Community,

Our flags on campus are at half-mast today in mourning for eight people brutally murdered in Atlanta earlier this week. Evergreen stands united with everyone grieving the loss of eight lives, of which six were Asian women.

Evergreen's Red Square with the clock tower on the left

In-person Instruction Planned For Fall 2021

Dear Students,

I hope you have had a successful start to winter quarter in these unprecedented times. Everyone at Evergreen is focused on supporting your learning and well-being. I am writing to share plans with you about the remainder of this academic year and Evergreen’s goal to offer in-person instruction in Fall 2021.

Clock tower rainbow

Million-Dollar Gifts from Evergreen Grads Fund the Future

OLYMPIA, WA–An unprecedented pair of million-dollar gifts to The Evergreen State College Foundation will fund a new center for climate action, and help the college connect with graduates and donors eager to contribute to Evergreen’s future, the college announced January 26.

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Evergreen Announces Virtual Winter Art Lecture Series Lineup

The Evergreen State College will commence its Winter 2021 Art Lecture Series on January 13 at 11:30 am with a presentation from Thea Quiray Tagle, PhD. A writer, scholar, teacher and curator, Tagle’s research investigates socially engaged art and how it moves people to work towards more just and livable futures that are anti-capitalist, feminist and queer.