Protest in Sports and Media

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In this program students will explore protest in sports and media, including the political and economic forces that have shaped and influenced the proliferation of corporate sports in contemporary culture. Students will examine the rich history of sporting events as sites of political protest, including by participating athletes themselves, in association with the rich history of media as a tool for protest and social change.

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Terry A. Setter Scholarship

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This scholarship was established by Terry A. Setter’s former students to support students who are studying music, audio production or music technology and have financial need.
 
To be eligible to receive the scholarship, a student must meet the following criteria:
Demonstrate a commitment to studying music, audio production or music technology
Demonstrate financial need
 
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SOS: Theater

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Seats in this SOS are reserved for students who will be performing in, or providing technical support to, a production of Kenneth Lonergan’s This is Our Youth.  Depending on their role in the production, students will earn credit in acting for the stage, directing, stage managing, technical theater, or dramaturgy. Students will meet weekly with faculty to discuss their progress on the various individual projects associated with their role in the production; students will meet extensively with each other for rehearsals and production meetings. 

 

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Image, Object, Illusion: Photography and 3D Art

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In this program we will work hands-on in the photography and three-dimensional (3D) art studios, producing hybrid work that works within the worlds of objects and images simultaneously. This program will use the mediums of sculpture and photography as a means to ask ongoing questions within each field, and within the contemporary arts more generally. Some of these questions will regard the search for "proof" or "truth" within an object or image as well as the potency of craft and production in the rendering of illusions.

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A Year With Frog and Toad

Based on the beloved children's books, A Year With Frog and Toad follows two best friends as they hop from page to page in a story of friendship and adventure. Packed with exciting music and dance, this family friendly musical is one you and your kids won't want to miss! Admission is FREE!!

$3 is required for campus parking.

Who We Are

Mission

To provide advising, training, resources, budget management, and encouragement to help student leaders grow, explore, and be themselves. We work with the student body, creating a welcoming space for students to learn and collaborate across significant differences.

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A thriving and engaged campus, where students are granted the freedom to show up authentically as their true selves, and leave ready to think critically, advocate for themselves, and take ownership of their futures so as to contribute to creating a more just world.

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Eat Your Heart Out, Olympia

How Greener dynamos have put the region on America’s culinary map

One way Evergreen boosts the local economy is through the entrepreneurial spirit of our foodie alumni. A stroll through downtown Olympia will take you past several Greener-owned food and drink establishments, many of which are award-winning and iconic.

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