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Random Stuff via stumbleupon.com features “lists of things”. A recent post included 25 Beautifully Illustrated Thought-Provoking Questions by Alexander Velichkoski.
To make a difference is not a matter of accident, a matter of casual occurrence of the tides. People choose to make a difference.
- Maya Angelou
My hope still is to leave the world a bit better than when I got here.
- Jim Henson Read the rest of this entry »
not as we imagine they are.
- Vernon Howard
this is not a box …. Read the rest of this entry »
A brief slide show, Location, Location, Location!, which suggests almost anything is possible.
Poem to Commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the Titanic’s Sinking Read the rest of this entry »
As proud Aries, this past Friday we had the opportunity to join fellow Evergreeners who were born between March 21 and April 20 for lunch at The Place, a local diner just up the road from the College. There is nothing quite like walking up to a group of people and saying “Happy Birthday!” knowing that it applies to everyone present and receiving a chorus of the same greeting in return. Read the rest of this entry »
Submitted by Kara Adams, Seattle University Student Development Administration first-year masters student, who conducted a site visit to Evergreen in the fall.
Evergreen Parking Lot – Bumper Sticker Collage
The Pancake Brunch & Auction is a fun-filled community event which raises money for the the on-campus food bank and College-wide community events such as the Cupcake Contest held this fall. Please consider donating your talent, services, garage goodies, attic items, or baked delights to the auction. Items may be delivered to Library 3009 by February 24.
If you are interested in helping with the event (and we could use help!) please contact Andrea Seabert Olsen.
See Colossal Art & Design , a blog by Christopher Jobson of Chicago, IL, for some wonderful images of art and design by artists all over the world. He describes his blog as “…a blog that explores the intersection of art, design, and physical craft.” Watch an entertaining video of Joy of Books! by Toronto’s Type Books owners Sean & Lisa Ohlenkamp, featured on the blog for a sample.
Come on out to the first Evergreen Arts and Crafts Fair on November 30th in the Evergreen College Activities Building (CAB) from 2:00pm to 10:00pm.
The Fair will feature over 40 craft and artist vendors representing students, staff, faculty and alumni. Featured items include hand crafted jewelry, original and re-purposed clothes, photography, body care products, and much more. If holidays are your thing, this will be a great event to get some shopping done early and find something truly unique to gift and give. And if holidays are not a part of your winter events, please come out and find something unique for yourself or participate in the variety of music, workshops, and fun activities (face painting!) we’ll be offering for all ages. Read the rest of this entry »
‘Tis the season for bitter cold and pelting rain… but don’t despair! The Flaming Eggplant, Evergreen’s student-run café located on the 3rd floor of the CAB, wants everyone to know that it’s also the season for delicious and filling winter produce. The crew at the Eggplant has been hard at work cooking up some ingenious new items to help you beat the cold, including warming squash soup and zippy fire cider. Or maybe you would care to sample something from our new round of seasonal salads? First on the line-up is an apple and red cabbage coleslaw with plenty of crunch! Read the rest of this entry »
We received 14 entries and enjoyed cupcakes with many on Friday, October 28. Special thanks to our Judges: Chris Ciancettta, Andrea Coker-Anderson, Casey Lalonde, Allen Olsen, Carrie Hernandez, Ruth Joynes, Bill Ransom, Liza Rendon, Jan sharkey & Ed Sorger and our Set-up Volunteers: Casey Lalonde, Andy Corn, Sara Martin, Katherine McGee, Lana Brewster, Leona Walker, Julia Rose, Tara Trimell, and Amber DeVillers. Read the rest of this entry »
Enter and/or encourage your colleagues across campus to do so … and compete to win in 6 categories for Evergreen’s BEST homemade… Read the rest of this entry »
We have the opportunity to work with talented students who might not be fully aware of the possibilty of a career in student affairs. October is Careers in Student Affairs Month (CSAM). This provides a unique chance to invest in the future of our profession. NASPA President, Patricia Telles-Irwin writes, “As you know, a career in student affairs is largely an unknown option to students as they enter college. It is not until they experience exciting learning opportunities organized by student affairs staff and get to know the diverse and gifted persons engaged in student affairs that they consider whether the field might have promise for them personally.” Read the rest of this entry »