Evergreen News & Stories
2803 Sixth Ave., Tacoma
Sat., Oct. 18, 2003, 8 p.m.
$20 admission. Reserved seats available.
The Evergreen State College Tacoma campus celebrates homecoming on Sat., Oct. 18 at 8 p.m. with a special night of blues and jazz performed by “Sultress of Soul” Korla Wygal. The Evergreen Tacoma Alumni Association sponsors the evening of entertainment at Jazzbones, Tacoma’s premier jazz and blues club, at 2803 Sixth Ave.
Call (253) 680-3055 to reserve your seat for this thrilling night of music and fun. Tickets are $20.
Daniel J. Evans Library, periodicals lounge
Monday, Oct. 13, 2003
Free and open to the public. Campus parking $1.25
Dr. Helena Meyer-Knapp, a faculty member at The Evergreen State College, will read from her new book “Dangerous Peace-Making” at the Friends of the Library annual meeting. The reading and discussion take place on Monday, Oct. 13, starting at 6:30 p.m. in the Daniel J. Evans Library periodicals lounge. The public is welcome to attend this free event. Campus parking is $1.25.
To have a single player recognized as Cascade Conference or NAIA Region I Player of the Week is a noteworthy accomplishment. To have three players— Meredith Lane, Joe Gjertsen and Carly Stewart—from three different sports— volleyball and men's and women's soccer, respectively—each earn conference and region honors is a remarkable feat.
But two NAIA National Players of the Week? It may be unprecedented.
Evergreen’s Lane named earned the honor in volleyball and Gjertsen in men’s soccer.
Rachel Corrie's story has shocked and horrified people across the globe. Now, it will be immortalized in a documentary film expected to air in March on Britain's Channel 4.
Corrie, an Olympia peace activist and senior at The Evergreen State College, was killed March 16 in the Gaza Strip by an Israeli military bulldozer.
We’re Dubbed “Most For Your Money”
In a summer laden with accolades from the likes of U.S. News & World Report, Outside, and Elle Girl, Evergreen has garnered yet another. It rates among a dozen “Hot Schools for 2004,” according to Newsweek. The college is the magazine’s pick for “most for your money.”
The Annual Holiday Native Arts Fair
is scheduled for Friday, Dec. 5 in the Longhouse from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Jewelry, artwork, basketry, smoked salmon and many other delights are for sale.
Don’t miss this traditional kickoff to the winter holidays. Admission is free and open to the public.
Campus parking is $1.25.