Return of the Wapato

Emily Washiness

Emily Washines, photographed on the restored flood plain of Toppenish Creek, where she filmed her documentary, Return of the Wapato. Washines chose traditional dress to emphasize the Yakamas’ historical connection to this landscape.

From Black Liberation to Solidarity Economics: Social Movements in the Neoliberal Era

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How do social movements contend with the politics of race, class and gender in their struggles for liberation? How were liberation struggles of the late 20th century affected by the dismantling of the welfare state and the turn to neoliberal capitalism? This program will examine the trajectory of social movements (and counter-movements) in the context of the rise of an economy of the 1% in the U.S. Through the interdisciplinary lenses of history, political economy, food justice and feminist theory, we will study the evolutions of social movements alongside the evolution of the U.S.

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Counting on Soils: Precalculus and Soil Sciences

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Want to get your hands dirty learning about soils?  Want to see how math can help us better understand environmental processes?

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Even When Erased, We Exist: Native Women Standing Strong for Justice

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Native American women have been erased from history. It is not that they did not exist; it is that they were made invisible,

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A Teacher for Apple

Stuart Ralston

Designing Authentic Learning with Technology

While as a teacher in the 2009-10 era of high-stakes standardized testing, Stuart Ralston ’06 had a hunch. His classroom of sophomores at an urban high school in Minneapolis loved technology, especially the social and gaming aspects, as much as he did. How would they react to more tech in their learning?

S&A Budget Information 2017-2018

The information contained on this page reflects a completed fiscal year. Budget information is at this time should be considered accurate and complete.

S&A Budget Information 2015-2016

The following budgets are reviewed by the S&A Board on an biannual basis. These are larger organizations that typically include professional college staff. Additionally, these include the budgets for the S&A committees at the Tacoma Program and Reservation Based Community Determined Program.

S&A Budget Information 2016-2017

The information contained on this page reflects a completed fiscal year. Budget information is at this time should be considered accurate and complete.

 

Living Here

Campus Grounds and Environment

Evergreen is located on the beautiful Puget Sound, surrounded by a 1,000-acre forest. The campus serves as an evolving living laboratory and natural muse. Seven hundred acres are preserved as undeveloped land areas with minimum habitat destruction for the purposes of academic study, minimization of resource expenditures, and the protection of ecological functions. (Campus Master Plan, Policy 6)

Eat Sustainably

Healthy Opportunities

Students can study and practice sustainable agriculture on the campus farm, eat local foods in the cafeteria or student-run café, join a student group, raise a garden, or connect with numerous community organizations with local, healthy food missions. Students have developed the Evergreen Food Guide, a handy nutritional resource.

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