Evergreen News & Stories
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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.
Dear Evergreen Community,
Early this morning, the U.S. Congress affirmed President-elect Biden and Vice President-elect Harris’s election victory, after a sickening day of violence, chaos and threats.
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.
We all make mistakes growing up. But for some, breaking the law while under the age of 18 means time spent behind bars. The ACLU reports that “On any given day, nearly 60,000 youth under age 18 are incarcerated in juvenile jails and prisons in the United States.” At The Evergreen State College, faculty, staff and students work together to form new paths through Gateways for Incarcerated Youth.
As advocates for students at The Evergreen State College, we are grateful to student Robin Chapman for their recent letter to the editor. Robin points out that they and their friends are struggling with food access, and that more assistance is needed for low-income students.