Evergreen's KAOS Radio Station is Top 15 in U.S.

The Princeton Review has named KAOS 89.3 FM, Evergreen’s community radio station, one of the top 15 college radio stations in the nation. Since going on the air in 1973, the station has continued to gain popularity both on and off campus through its eclectic blend of music, commentary and public service. “Finding KAOS listed among so many larger stations, with many located in much larger population centers, is certainly an unexpected honor,” said Jerry Drummond, KAOS general manager.

Northwest Native Wood Carvers to Gather at The Evergreen State College

Northwest Native Wood Carvers to Gather at The Evergreen State College, October 27-28, 2007


(Olympia, Wash.)  The Evergreen State College Longhouse will host the Third Northwest Native Wood Carvers Gathering. The gathering is an event in which Native carvers convene to exchange information and techniques as well as to discuss issues related to Native carving. The event is free and open to the public on Sunday, October 28, between 12:30 p.m. and 4 p.m. without prior registration.

Evergreen to Host Graduate School Fair October 24

Prospective Students Can Explore Regional and National Options for Advanced Degrees

(Olympia, Wash.) The Evergreen State College Career Development Center will host the 16th Annual Graduate School Fair on Wednesday, October 24 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Evergreen's College Recreation Center (CRC).

The Evergreen State College Named one of the "Best in the West"

The 2008 edition of the Princeton Review's annual college guide "Best 366 Colleges" (Random House/Princeton Review), released August 21, named The Evergreen State College a Best Western College – one of 123 schools it recommends in the Western region, stretching from Texas to California, Alaska and Hawaii. Evergreen is also named one of the nation’s “best value” colleges – based on cost, quality and financial aid – among the most academically outstanding colleges in the nation.

The Evergreen State College Night at the Mariners - September 14

(Olympia, Wash.)  Students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends of The Evergreen State College are invited to attend The Evergreen State College Night at the Seattle Mariners vs. Tampa Bay Devil Rays baseball game on Friday, September 14 at Safeco Field.  Game time is 7:05 p.m.  Tickets for reserved seats in Sections 337-340 are available for $15.  The price includes a free Mariners t-shirt (available on game day, while supplies last) and $5 of the ticket price will support The Evergreen State College Alumni Association.

Geoduck Fall Sports Underway

The Geoduck women's soccer team looks strong this fall with a pre-season #2 rating in the Cascade Conference polls and a #5 ranking in the NAIA Region I. Evergreen fall sports teams return with talented and experienced athletes in addition to the new Geoducks on campus, plus two head coaching changes in women's soccer and volleyball.

Evergreen Tacoma Campus Open House

Evergreen Tacoma Campus Open House
Offers Guidance for Completing Bachelor’s Degree

(Tacoma, Wash.) The Evergreen State College Tacoma Campus is hosting an open house from 4-7 p.m. on Wednesday, September 12 to help prospective students chart their course to finishing their bachelor’s degree.  Recent community college graduates and mid-career adults who have started but not yet finished their bachelor’s degree are encouraged to attend.

Evergreen Tacoma Campus Open House

Evergreen Tacoma Campus Open House
Offers Guidance for Completing Bachelor’s Degree

(Tacoma, Wash.) The Evergreen State College Tacoma Campus is hosting an open house from 4-7 p.m. on Wednesday, August 15 to help prospective students chart their course to finishing their bachelor’s degree.  Recent community college graduates and mid-career adults who have started but not yet finished their bachelor’s degree are encouraged to attend.

Evergreen: Making History Since 1967

Governor Dan Evans, along with the state Legislature, wanted more than “just another four-year college,” and urged the Trustees to unshackle their “educational thinking from traditional patterns.” At this college, faculty would go beyond awarding letter grades; they would instead provide meaningful and constructive feedback through narrative evaluations. At this college, students would experience the depth and rigor of a liberal arts education through an intentional coordinated studies approach. This college–a courageous experiment at inception–would become The Evergreen State College.

In the Spirit - Native Arts Festival

Five artists with Evergreen connections featured in 'In the Spirit' Northwest Native Arts Market and Festival.

(Olympia, Wash.)  The Evergreen State College students Erin Genia (Sisseton Wahpeton), Peter Boome (Upper Skagit), Kayeri Akweks (Upper Mohawk) and Charlie Bloomfield (Pyramid Lake) are featured in the Native Art exhibit currently in the McClelland Gallery at the Washington State History Museum in Tacoma. Evergreen graduate Bruce A. Cook, III (Haida) is also in the exhibit.

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