Evergreen News & Stories

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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.

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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.

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Opting out of athletic competition until Fall '21

Dear Students, Staff and Faculty,

Welcome back! With winter quarter beginning, I write to share important information about the 2020-21 athletics season. 

Just prior to the holidays, I discussed the remaining athletics events and season with senior staff, COVID health and safety professionals, our coaches, the Cascade Collegiate Conference commissioner and other college presidents.