Explore the Grand Canyon with fellow Greeners
Join fellow alumni for a 14-day trip through geologic time as we explore the Grand Canyon, one of the seven natural wonders of the world. Geologist Paul Butler, Evergreen faculty member and trained river guide, will lead an exploration of the Canyon's history, geology and the human impacts to the Colorado River region. Trip provider Grand Canyon Expeditions is owned and operated by Evergreen alumnus Mike Denoyer ’74 and has been providing trips along the 277 miles of the Colorado River for more than 30 years.
Grand Canyon, Photo: Steve Dunleavy
Greeners in the Grand Canyon
Dory excursion down the Colorado River
Event Date: July 19 – August 1, 2011
Registration: view details & registration info
Deposit deadline: March 1, 2011
Perusing Picasso in Seattle
On October 20, 30 Seattle–area Greeners enjoyed a private alumni reception and tour of the landmark Pablo Picasso exhibit at the Seattle Art Museum. The exhibition presents iconic works from the Musée National Picasso in Paris, representing virtually every phase of Picasso's legendary career.
Pablo Picasso: "Women Running on the Beach" (1922)
Photo: Jean-Gilles Berizzi/Réunion des Musées
Nationaux/Art Resource, New York.
What Lies Beneath?
Who are you and what’s your story? On Sept. 16, more than 50 alumni from Evergreen and Seattle's Antioch University gathered in Seattle, exploring ways to tell their own personal stories with guidance from international brand strategist and design expert Tim Girvin ’75 and filmmaker Rajaa Gharbi ’93. “What do you stand for?” Girvin asked. “Every brand is made by a human, so brands can be human. Your brand can have warmth, be memorable and compelling.” Creating a brand for yourself is linked to the fire within, with passion, commitment, focus and aligning intention with attention. Something as simple as your signature, like Tim Girvin’s below, can make a unique impression. Alumni were able to tell their stories and listen to how Girvin and Gharbi told theirs, offering ideas and inspirations about how alumni can market themselves in their local communities.
Think cold days spent indoors;
think families gathering, giving, getting;
think frosty windows, dozing cats,
This season, find a great book in
The Evergreen Authors Directory.
If you are a published author, visit
www.evergreen.edu/alumni to add your listing!
Don’t be Drab, Grab Evergreen Tabs!
It's easy, affordable and a great way to support Evergreen students. Buy an alumni license plate at any Washington County Auditor or Department Of Licensing subagent office.
- $40 for the original application
- $30 for the annual renewal,
in addition to regular registration fees
To learn more, visit: www.evergreen.edu/alumni and
Washington State Department of Licensing, Collegiate Plates