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Published by Evergreen Sankofa Media, 2021-04-06 12:33:04

Sankofa News Spring Qtr Issue 2

E V E R G R E E N - T A C O M A





SANKOFA NEWS







SPRIN G QUARTER 20 21
ISSUE 2

WELCOME


A letter from our dean, Dr. Marcia Tate Arunga



April 6, 2021

To the Evergreen State College, Sankofa Learning Community;
Happy Spring! Solnit (2004), author of Hope in The Dark, reminds us of the butterfly
effect: the ?flap of a butterfly on one continent can change the weather on another?
(p.59). Like our natural world, humans are deeply and inextricably linked. When
learning in higher education, human beings trade in their ?regular selves? to stretch

for their "best selves". As they become increasingly capable of bringing the answers
to questions that are still pending, they become extraordinarily capable of positively
impacting our world. With effort and perseverance, they invoke the best of
themselves in the process of becoming extraordinary, bringing immense personal
satisfaction to their lives. Do not be afraid to be like the butterfly, continuing to
transform after several iterations of becoming! The regular practice of becoming
your best self enables you to claim your genius and eventually, become
extraordinary!

The actualization of your best self is an intrinsic exercise in honing your life
direction. With faith, we begin with the intentions of manifesting unexpected
solutions. As we build legacies through the actions we take, we hope that our
actions will bring change during our lifetime. Yet, with faith, we learn to trust that
our intentions will manifest unexpected solutions. Solnit reminds us that ?faith
endures even when there is no way to imagine winning in the foreseeable future?
(p.63). Being a winner requires stepping out of faith! We use our best selves to take
action without fear or hesitation as we carve the role we envisioned for ourselves.
This is the time to constantly analyze and critique our skill sets, while taking bold
actions with faith. May the bold actions you prepare for today be accompanied by
immense joy and satisfaction.

As always, please do not hesitate to reach out to me at [email protected] in
case of any questions or concerns.

Best Regards,
Marcia Tate Arunga, PhD
Dean

WELCOME


A letter from our dean, Dr. Marcia Tate Arunga



April 6, 2021

To the Evergreen State College, Sankofa Learning Community;
Happy Spring! Solnit (2004), author of Hope in The Dark, reminds us of the butterfly
effect: the ?flap of a butterfly on one continent can change the weather on another?
(p.59). Like our natural world, humans are deeply and inextricably linked. When
learning in higher education, human beings trade in their ?regular selves? to stretch

for their "best selves". As they become increasingly capable of bringing the answers
to questions that are still pending, they become extraordinarily capable of positively
impacting our world. With effort and perseverance, they invoke the best of
themselves in the process of becoming extraordinary, bringing immense personal
satisfaction to their lives. Do not be afraid to be like the butterfly, continuing to
transform after several iterations of becoming! The regular practice of becoming
your best self enables you to claim your genius and eventually, become
extraordinary!

The actualization of your best self is an intrinsic exercise in honing your life
direction. With faith, we begin with the intentions of manifesting unexpected
solutions. As we build legacies through the actions we take, we hope that our
actions will bring change during our lifetime. Yet, with faith, we learn to trust that
our intentions will manifest unexpected solutions. Solnit reminds us that ?faith
endures even when there is no way to imagine winning in the foreseeable future?
(p.63). Being a winner requires stepping out of faith! We use our best selves to take
action without fear or hesitation as we carve the role we envisioned for ourselves.
This is the time to constantly analyze and critique our skill sets, while taking bold
actions with faith. May the bold actions you prepare for today be accompanied by
immense joy and satisfaction.

As always, please do not hesitate to reach out to me at [email protected] in
case of any questions or concerns.

Best Regards,
Marcia Tate Arunga, PhD
Dean

WRI TI NG TI PS FROM WRI TI NG T UTORS
WRI TI NG CENTER



Aidan Linder
W HAT W E DO
?If you aren't sure how to start writing, try setting a timer and freewriting
OUR MISSION IS TO SUPPORT
for five minutes. The idea of freewriting is to not stop moving your pen
EVERGREEN WRITERS OF DIVERSE
(or fingers, if you're typing)? just write whatever comes to mind even if
ABILITIES AND IDENTITIES BY
CULTIVATING CONFIDENCE, it's gibberish. Whether or not any of the writing produced ends up being
SKILLS, SELF-AWARENESS, AND useful, the exercise itself can be a good warm-up activity, and if nothing

AGENCY AT EVERY STAGE OF THE else, quickly rids you of the terror of a blank page.?
WRITING PROCESS. THROUGH
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HOW TO MAKE AN APPOI N TMEN T
?Whenever possible, read your writing out loud (to yourself or another
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person) for proofreading purposes.?
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MONDAY - THURSDAY: 12 PM - 8 PM ?Don't be afraid to just start typing. Try not to correct mistakes, and just
get thoughts and ideas down...I call the first draft, which this is, a 'messy'
FRIDAY: 12 PM - 5 PM
first draft! Its not supposed to come out perfect the first time.?
SATURDAY: CLOSED
SUNDAY: 12 PM - 5 PM






Sara Hoskins
?If you're having trouble starting a piece of writing, record yourself talking
L EAH W I L KI N S
about the topic you want to write about. This can help to generate ideas
W RITIN G CEN TER COORDIN ATOR about content, structure, and purpose for your writing piece.?
TACOM A CAM PUS

WRI TI NG TI PS FROM WRI TI NG T UTORS
WRI TI NG CENTER



Aidan Linder
W HAT W E DO
?If you aren't sure how to start writing, try setting a timer and freewriting
OUR MISSION IS TO SUPPORT
for five minutes. The idea of freewriting is to not stop moving your pen
EVERGREEN WRITERS OF DIVERSE
(or fingers, if you're typing)? just write whatever comes to mind even if
ABILITIES AND IDENTITIES BY
CULTIVATING CONFIDENCE, it's gibberish. Whether or not any of the writing produced ends up being
SKILLS, SELF-AWARENESS, AND useful, the exercise itself can be a good warm-up activity, and if nothing

AGENCY AT EVERY STAGE OF THE else, quickly rids you of the terror of a blank page.?
WRITING PROCESS. THROUGH
PEER TO PEER COLLABORATION.


Maria Alvest ad-Eret h
HOW TO MAKE AN APPOI N TMEN T
?Whenever possible, read your writing out loud (to yourself or another
-REGISTER FOR WC ONLINE: WWW.EVERGREEN.MYWCONLINE.COM
person) for proofreading purposes.?
-MAKE YOURSELF AN APPOINTMENT WITH ANY TUTOR WITH AN OPEN TIME AVAILABLE
-LOG BACK INTO WC ONLINE A FEW MINUTES BEFORE YOUR SESSION BEGINS & CLICK
START OR JOIN SESSION



WRITING CENTER HOURS Robert a Anderson

MONDAY - THURSDAY: 12 PM - 8 PM ?Don't be afraid to just start typing. Try not to correct mistakes, and just
get thoughts and ideas down...I call the first draft, which this is, a 'messy'
FRIDAY: 12 PM - 5 PM
first draft! Its not supposed to come out perfect the first time.?
SATURDAY: CLOSED
SUNDAY: 12 PM - 5 PM






Sara Hoskins
?If you're having trouble starting a piece of writing, record yourself talking
L EAH W I L KI N S
about the topic you want to write about. This can help to generate ideas
W RITIN G CEN TER COORDIN ATOR about content, structure, and purpose for your writing piece.?
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STUDEN T SERVI CES

If you need support, Evergreen is here to help! Are you in need of emergency funding,
want to set up a payment plan, or wonder where information is about graduating?
You can find these answers and more information through the link below!

https://helpwiki.evergreen.edu/wiki/index.php/Student_Services_and_Academics




E- RESOURCES AT THE L I BRARY- MI N I W ORKSHOP SERI ES
In case you missed it, please follow the link below to the E-Resources mini workshop.
These workshops are designed to help you access, use, share, and request

e-resources through the Daniel J. Evans Library.

Recordings: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRg96j6bioaz9vvZV6V8PfhAnuFG503iC



EVERGREEN HEL P DESK

The Evergreen help desk has expanded to cover all manner of student services and
academic support, from academic advising, to technology, to financial aid. Visit
help.evergreen.edu and follow the prompts to get answers to your questions and
individual assistance. Tickets can be submitted 24/7 and you can expect a response in

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two business days or less. You?l need the same credentials you use to log into
my.evergreen.edu. If you don? have them, use the ?continue as a guest? links.
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ST UDENT RESOURCES






STUDEN T SERVI CES

If you need support, Evergreen is here to help! Are you in need of emergency funding,
want to set up a payment plan, or wonder where information is about graduating?
You can find these answers and more information through the link below!

https://helpwiki.evergreen.edu/wiki/index.php/Student_Services_and_Academics




E- RESOURCES AT THE L I BRARY- MI N I W ORKSHOP SERI ES
In case you missed it, please follow the link below to the E-Resources mini workshop.
These workshops are designed to help you access, use, share, and request

e-resources through the Daniel J. Evans Library.

Recordings: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRg96j6bioaz9vvZV6V8PfhAnuFG503iC



EVERGREEN HEL P DESK

The Evergreen help desk has expanded to cover all manner of student services and
academic support, from academic advising, to technology, to financial aid. Visit
help.evergreen.edu and follow the prompts to get answers to your questions and
individual assistance. Tickets can be submitted 24/7 and you can expect a response in

l
two business days or less. You?l need the same credentials you use to log into
my.evergreen.edu. If you don? have them, use the ?continue as a guest? links.
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Job Responsibilit ies

1. PNs serve visitors at the Student Equity & Arts Lounge, Social Justice Center, and Virtual Spaces by
actively promoting a welcoming and inviting atmosphere.
2. Welcome and assist visitors and maintain the appearance of spaces, including tidying common
spaces, stocking supplies, and cleaning in accordance with the Evergreen COVID-19 Campus Safety
Plan.
3. Answer the phone, take messages, forward calls when appropriate, and offer referrals.
4. Encourage visitors to interact respectfully and with cultural competency, according to the
Community Space Guidelines
5. PNs develop and implement events and activities on campus, in the broader community, and on
social media. Events and activities provide opportunities for community building, student
engagement, and identity development in culturally affirming and identity affirming ways.
6. PNs support students by connecting them with FPMTQSS professional staff, providing campus and
community resources as needed, and referring to other campus resources when appropriate.
7. PNs participate in professional development opportunities and campus-wide trainings on
diversity, equity, & inclusion.
8. PNs attend weekly staff meetings and weekly supervision meetings. PNs maintain a schedule to
staff community spaces. PNs attend committee meetings when appropriate.
9. PNs utilize their assigned student employee email address and respond to work related emails in
a timely fashion.
10. PNs record work hours and work tasks in a document shared with their supervisor. PNs log work
hours on my.evergreen on a regular basis for timely payroll processing.
11. This position does not supervise interns or other student staff, but works closely with all
FPMTQSS staff, volunteers, and interns.
Work responsibilit ies may be in person, remot e, or hybrid in response t o t he COVID-19 College
PEER NAVIGATOR FOR MULTICULTURAL INITIATIVES
Safet y Plan.
This position reports directly to Multicultural Initiatives Coordinator.
Minimum Qualificat ions
General Descript ion
1. This position is a student leader for the Evergreen community and must be active in pursuit of
The Peer Navigator (PN) position is a 12 hour per week wage position, including some weekend self-growth regarding questions of diversity, equity, and inclusion, racial and ethnic identity, sexual
and evening hours. PNs foster a campus environment where students of color and lesbian, gay, orientation, gender identity, and more.
bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual (LGBTQQIA+) students are affirmed 2. Commitment to meeting all staff expectations outlined in the Peer Staff Handbook.
and celebrated at Evergreen State College. PNs provide visitors a welcoming and inviting 3. Availability to attend required staff training in September 2021.
atmosphere and build community at the Student Equity & Arts Lounge (SEAL), the Social Justice 4. Competency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, Teams) and Zoom;
Center (opening Fall 2020), and Virtual Spaces; develop and implement events and activities on a willingness to learn additional software such as Canva, Adobe Suite, etc.
quarterly basis; participate in college-wide committees and workgroups; provide staffing and 5. Enrolled in at least 6 credits at Evergreen and maintain satisfactory academic progress while
employed at FPMTQSS.
support for campus events; and have a commitment to learning and growing as student leaders.
Preferred Qualificat ions
Durat ion & Compensat ion
1. Eagerness to connect theories of social justice, identity development, and community organizing
10-15 hours per week, September to June; $13.69 per hour
to their work at First Peoples.
Applicat ion Procedures 2. Cultural humility in engaging topics related to diversity, equity, and inclusion, racial and ethnic

To apply: please submit a completed application on Qualtrics. You will be asked to upload a copy identity, sexual orientation, gender identity, and more.
of your resume and complete 3 short answer questions. Application materials should highlight 3. Commitment to the development of an inclusive community and welcoming campus culture at
Evergreen.
your experience and skills related to preferred qualifications. Qualified applicants will be invited
4. Demonstrated communication skills to effectively and respectfully engage with visitors who hold
to interview with FPMTQSS staff.
varying beliefs.
For more informat ion 5. Experience in advancing social justice, equity, and inclusion through dialogue, workshops,

Merrill Pusey (she/her), MulticulturaI Initiatives Coordinator ? [email protected] trainings.

Job Responsibilit ies

1. PNs serve visitors at the Student Equity & Arts Lounge, Social Justice Center, and Virtual Spaces by
actively promoting a welcoming and inviting atmosphere.
2. Welcome and assist visitors and maintain the appearance of spaces, including tidying common
spaces, stocking supplies, and cleaning in accordance with the Evergreen COVID-19 Campus Safety
Plan.
3. Answer the phone, take messages, forward calls when appropriate, and offer referrals.
4. Encourage visitors to interact respectfully and with cultural competency, according to the
Community Space Guidelines
5. PNs develop and implement events and activities on campus, in the broader community, and on
social media. Events and activities provide opportunities for community building, student
engagement, and identity development in culturally affirming and identity affirming ways.
6. PNs support students by connecting them with FPMTQSS professional staff, providing campus and
community resources as needed, and referring to other campus resources when appropriate.
7. PNs participate in professional development opportunities and campus-wide trainings on
diversity, equity, & inclusion.
8. PNs attend weekly staff meetings and weekly supervision meetings. PNs maintain a schedule to
staff community spaces. PNs attend committee meetings when appropriate.
9. PNs utilize their assigned student employee email address and respond to work related emails in
a timely fashion.
10. PNs record work hours and work tasks in a document shared with their supervisor. PNs log work
hours on my.evergreen on a regular basis for timely payroll processing.
11. This position does not supervise interns or other student staff, but works closely with all
FPMTQSS staff, volunteers, and interns.
Work responsibilit ies may be in person, remot e, or hybrid in response t o t he COVID-19 College
PEER NAVIGATOR FOR MULTICULTURAL INITIATIVES
Safet y Plan.
This position reports directly to Multicultural Initiatives Coordinator.
Minimum Qualificat ions
General Descript ion
1. This position is a student leader for the Evergreen community and must be active in pursuit of
The Peer Navigator (PN) position is a 12 hour per week wage position, including some weekend self-growth regarding questions of diversity, equity, and inclusion, racial and ethnic identity, sexual
and evening hours. PNs foster a campus environment where students of color and lesbian, gay, orientation, gender identity, and more.
bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual (LGBTQQIA+) students are affirmed 2. Commitment to meeting all staff expectations outlined in the Peer Staff Handbook.
and celebrated at Evergreen State College. PNs provide visitors a welcoming and inviting 3. Availability to attend required staff training in September 2021.
atmosphere and build community at the Student Equity & Arts Lounge (SEAL), the Social Justice 4. Competency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, Teams) and Zoom;
Center (opening Fall 2020), and Virtual Spaces; develop and implement events and activities on a willingness to learn additional software such as Canva, Adobe Suite, etc.
quarterly basis; participate in college-wide committees and workgroups; provide staffing and 5. Enrolled in at least 6 credits at Evergreen and maintain satisfactory academic progress while
employed at FPMTQSS.
support for campus events; and have a commitment to learning and growing as student leaders.
Preferred Qualificat ions
Durat ion & Compensat ion
1. Eagerness to connect theories of social justice, identity development, and community organizing
10-15 hours per week, September to June; $13.69 per hour
to their work at First Peoples.
Applicat ion Procedures 2. Cultural humility in engaging topics related to diversity, equity, and inclusion, racial and ethnic

To apply: please submit a completed application on Qualtrics. You will be asked to upload a copy identity, sexual orientation, gender identity, and more.
of your resume and complete 3 short answer questions. Application materials should highlight 3. Commitment to the development of an inclusive community and welcoming campus culture at
Evergreen.
your experience and skills related to preferred qualifications. Qualified applicants will be invited
4. Demonstrated communication skills to effectively and respectfully engage with visitors who hold
to interview with FPMTQSS staff.
varying beliefs.
For more informat ion 5. Experience in advancing social justice, equity, and inclusion through dialogue, workshops,

Merrill Pusey (she/her), MulticulturaI Initiatives Coordinator ? [email protected] trainings.

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Sankofa News

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Our Playlist


Spring 2021 Lyceum -http://bit.ly/SpringLyceum

Winter 2021 Lyceum -https://bit.ly/WinterLyceum

Black History Month -https://bit.ly/SankofaBHM

2020 Spring Fair -https://bit.ly/3rEbOce


2020 Summer Series -http://bit.ly/2020SankofaSummerSeries

Sankofa Lecture Series -http://bit.ly/SankofaLectureSeries





https://bit.ly/SankofaNews

SCHOL ARSH I P APPLICATIONS


ARE DUE FRI DAY, APRI L 9T H !



Turn in your completed application packet

to Dr. Tate Arunga. Please email all required documents,

including the general application form, in one email with the subject:
Scholarship Application + your first & last name

to [email protected]





Cult ural Diversit y Tuit ion Award ? requires three recommendation letters that
speak to the applicant?s achievements around promoting cultural diversity within

their campus, organization, or community.



Tacoma Annual Foundat ion Scholarship ? for students in their first quarter only



Vaupel Family Scholarship ? for female students with 135 or more credits,

interested in law or criminal justice - requires two letters of recommendation
speaking to applicant?s focus on law and/or criminal justice. "Injustice anywhere


is a threat to justice everywhere."
Thayer Raymond Memorial - available to new and continuing students
-Martin Luther King Jr.

Kurt Mayer Endowed Family Scholarship ? available to new and continuing

students



Columbia Bank Scholarship - Applicant must have Sophomore standing at least

(45-89 credits) and be enrolled full-time. In addition, applicant should have one or
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more of the following qualifications: be a first-generation college student, Native
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American, Hispanic/Latino, African American, be a parent, age 24-26, or facing high
levels of student loan indebtedness.





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SCHOL ARSH I P APPLICATIONS


ARE DUE FRI DAY, APRI L 9T H !



Turn in your completed application packet

to Dr. Tate Arunga. Please email all required documents,

including the general application form, in one email with the subject:
Scholarship Application + your first & last name

to [email protected]





Cult ural Diversit y Tuit ion Award ? requires three recommendation letters that
speak to the applicant?s achievements around promoting cultural diversity within

their campus, organization, or community.



Tacoma Annual Foundat ion Scholarship ? for students in their first quarter only



Vaupel Family Scholarship ? for female students with 135 or more credits,

interested in law or criminal justice - requires two letters of recommendation
speaking to applicant?s focus on law and/or criminal justice. "Injustice anywhere


is a threat to justice everywhere."
Thayer Raymond Memorial - available to new and continuing students
-Martin Luther King Jr.

Kurt Mayer Endowed Family Scholarship ? available to new and continuing

students



Columbia Bank Scholarship - Applicant must have Sophomore standing at least

(45-89 credits) and be enrolled full-time. In addition, applicant should have one or
Click here to follow us on Instagram
more of the following qualifications: be a first-generation college student, Native
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American, Hispanic/Latino, African American, be a parent, age 24-26, or facing high
levels of student loan indebtedness.





year? Post your answer t o t he S&A canvas page t o win!

ZOOM LI NK S DI AL I N OPTIONS FOR



Lyceum, Tuesday: 10 AM & 6 PM
ZOOM CL ASSES
All Faculty

https:// evergreen.zoom.us/ my/ lyceum
Seminars Dial 1 253 215 8782

Bacho https:// evergreen.zoom.us/ my/ bacho When prompted enter the meeting ID

Li https:// evergreen.zoom.us/ j/ 9657189464 for the class you are trying to join
McCreary https:// evergreen.zoom.us/ my/ paulmcc

Sheppard https:// evergreen.zoom.us/ my/ sheppardg MONDAY
Zaragoza https:// evergreen.zoom.us/ my/ zaragoza Human Ecology: 730 771 4663

History of Math: 986 503 0121

The China Questions: Monday: 10 AM & 6 PM, Dr. Li The China Questions: 965 718 9464
https://evergreen.zoom.us/j/9657189464

TUESDAY

Human Ecology: Monday: 6 PM, Dr. Smith Lyceum: 259 283 4600
https://evergreen.zoom.us/j/7307714663 Seminars by faculty:

Prof. Bacho: 733 719 0083

History of Math: Monday: 10 AM & 6 PM, Dr. McCreary Dr. Li: 965 718 9464
https://evergreen.zoom.us/my/paulmcc
Dr. McCreary: 986 503 0121

Dr. Sheppard: 509 291 1511
Performing Theory: Wednesday: 6 PM, Dr. Sheppard
Dr. Zaragoza: 964 339 3043
https://evergreen.zoom.us/my/sheppardg


WEDNESDAY
Asian American Literature: Thursday: 10 AM, Professor Bacho
Performing Theory: Race and Inequality/Inequity: 509 291 1511
https://evergreen.zoom.us/my/bacho
The Power in Our Hands: 828 3807 5379


Shit You Should Know: Thursday: 6 PM, Dr. Zaragoza
THURSDAY
https://evergreen.zoom.us/my/zaragoza
Asian American Literature: 733 719 0083

SYSK: A People?s Philosophy of Knowledge: 964 339 3043
The Power in Our Hands: Wednesday 6 PM, Dr. Tate Arunga
https://evergreen.zoom.us/j/82838075379

Friday: 10 AM, Dr. Tate Arunga FRIDAY
https://evergreen.zoom.us/j/83387993046 The Power in Our Hands: 833 8799 3046

ZOOM LI NK S DI AL I N OPTIONS FOR



Lyceum, Tuesday: 10 AM & 6 PM
ZOOM CL ASSES
All Faculty

https:// evergreen.zoom.us/ my/ lyceum
Seminars Dial 1 253 215 8782

Bacho https:// evergreen.zoom.us/ my/ bacho When prompted enter the meeting ID

Li https:// evergreen.zoom.us/ j/ 9657189464 for the class you are trying to join
McCreary https:// evergreen.zoom.us/ my/ paulmcc

Sheppard https:// evergreen.zoom.us/ my/ sheppardg MONDAY
Zaragoza https:// evergreen.zoom.us/ my/ zaragoza Human Ecology: 730 771 4663

History of Math: 986 503 0121

The China Questions: Monday: 10 AM & 6 PM, Dr. Li The China Questions: 965 718 9464
https://evergreen.zoom.us/j/9657189464

TUESDAY

Human Ecology: Monday: 6 PM, Dr. Smith Lyceum: 259 283 4600
https://evergreen.zoom.us/j/7307714663 Seminars by faculty:

Prof. Bacho: 733 719 0083

History of Math: Monday: 10 AM & 6 PM, Dr. McCreary Dr. Li: 965 718 9464
https://evergreen.zoom.us/my/paulmcc
Dr. McCreary: 986 503 0121

Dr. Sheppard: 509 291 1511
Performing Theory: Wednesday: 6 PM, Dr. Sheppard
Dr. Zaragoza: 964 339 3043
https://evergreen.zoom.us/my/sheppardg


WEDNESDAY
Asian American Literature: Thursday: 10 AM, Professor Bacho
Performing Theory: Race and Inequality/Inequity: 509 291 1511
https://evergreen.zoom.us/my/bacho
The Power in Our Hands: 828 3807 5379


Shit You Should Know: Thursday: 6 PM, Dr. Zaragoza
THURSDAY
https://evergreen.zoom.us/my/zaragoza
Asian American Literature: 733 719 0083

SYSK: A People?s Philosophy of Knowledge: 964 339 3043
The Power in Our Hands: Wednesday 6 PM, Dr. Tate Arunga
https://evergreen.zoom.us/j/82838075379

Friday: 10 AM, Dr. Tate Arunga FRIDAY
https://evergreen.zoom.us/j/83387993046 The Power in Our Hands: 833 8799 3046

FALL QUARTER 2020 SUMMER QUARTER 2021 First Session


Orientation: September 26 Begin: June 21

Begin: September 29 Evaluation Week: July 26-30


Thanksgiving Break: November 23-27 Classes End: July 23

Evaluation Week: December 14-18
SUMMER QUARTER 2021 Second Session
Classes End: December 11
Begin: July 26
Winter Break: December 21-January 1
Evaluation Week: August 30-September 3


WINTER QUARTER 2021 Classes End: August 27

Begin: January 4
SUMMER QUARTER 2021 FULL SESSION
Evaluation Week: March 15-19
Begin: July 26 C O N N EC T
Classes End: March 12
Evaluation Week: August 30-September 3
Spring Break: March 22-26 Editor: Angela Carlyle
Classes End: August 27
https:// www.evergreen.edu/ tacoma
SPRING QUARTER 2021
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CAMPUS HOLIDAYS 2020-2021
Begin: March 29 1210 6th Avenue, Tacoma, WA 98405
Labor Day: September 7
Evaluation Week: June 7-11 For more information, please email:
Veterans Day: November 11 [email protected]
Classes End: June 4
Thanksgiving Holiday: November 26

GRADUATION 2021 Native American Heritage Day: November 27

June 11 (Commencement-Oly) No school: Week of November 23


June 12 (Tacoma Celebration) Christmas Holiday: December 25


New Year's Day: January 1

Martin Luther King Jr. Day: January 18


President's Day: February 15

Memorial Day: May 31


Independence Day: July 3

FALL QUARTER 2020 SUMMER QUARTER 2021 First Session


Orientation: September 26 Begin: June 21

Begin: September 29 Evaluation Week: July 26-30


Thanksgiving Break: November 23-27 Classes End: July 23

Evaluation Week: December 14-18
SUMMER QUARTER 2021 Second Session
Classes End: December 11
Begin: July 26
Winter Break: December 21-January 1
Evaluation Week: August 30-September 3


WINTER QUARTER 2021 Classes End: August 27

Begin: January 4
SUMMER QUARTER 2021 FULL SESSION
Evaluation Week: March 15-19
Begin: July 26 C O N N EC T
Classes End: March 12
Evaluation Week: August 30-September 3
Spring Break: March 22-26 Editor: Angela Carlyle
Classes End: August 27
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SPRING QUARTER 2021
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CAMPUS HOLIDAYS 2020-2021
Begin: March 29 1210 6th Avenue, Tacoma, WA 98405
Labor Day: September 7
Evaluation Week: June 7-11 For more information, please email:
Veterans Day: November 11 [email protected]
Classes End: June 4
Thanksgiving Holiday: November 26

GRADUATION 2021 Native American Heritage Day: November 27

June 11 (Commencement-Oly) No school: Week of November 23


June 12 (Tacoma Celebration) Christmas Holiday: December 25


New Year's Day: January 1

Martin Luther King Jr. Day: January 18


President's Day: February 15

Memorial Day: May 31


Independence Day: July 3


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