1. Green Materials, Valuing What We Have

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    Students in the Evergreen program Green Materials spent the fall studying sustainable design. At the end of the quarter, they came together in groups to identify design issues on campus and propose solutions for those areas. The class invited Evergreen Director of Facilities Jeanne Rynne and college engineer Rich Davis to sit in on the presentations and give feedback on the student proposals. They talk about the experience, along with faculty Bob Leverich, in this One Minute Evergreen.

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    • Evergreen's Annual Craft Fair

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      Each winter, for a day, Evergreen's Campus Activities Building positively buzzes as students and vendors set up shop to peddle their handcrafted wares at the annual Evergreen Arts & Crafts fair. The turn out and variety of crafts is impressive; the quality of the craftsmanship even more so. In this One Minute Evergreen, student artists talk about creating handmade wares with care, and turning their creativity into a living.

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      • Kathleen Hanna and Kathi Wilcox on Evergreen

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        Kathleen Hanna and Kathi Wilcox met as Evergreen students, and played together in the influential Riot Grrrl band Bikini Kill in the 1990s. 20 years later, they returned to Olympia with The Julie Ruin. The band played at the Capitol Theater in support of The Punk Singer, a documentary on Hanna screening at the 30th Annual Olympia Film Festival. In an interview after the show, they talked about their time at Evergreen, the skills they developed, and answering adversity with creativity. If you'd like to see the entire interview, it's up on the YouTube channel of our friends at The Olympia Film Festival. Check it out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mSP8P2kDc1A&feature=youtu.be

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        • ASL

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          ASL originated in the early 19th century in the American School for the Deaf (ASD) in Hartford, Connecticut, from a situation of language contact. Since then, ASL use propagated widely via schools for the deaf and deaf community organizations. Despite its wide use, no accurate count of ASL users has been taken, though reliable estimates for American ASL users range from 250,000 to 500,000 persons, including a number of children of deaf adults. ASL users face stigma due to beliefs in the superiority of spoken language to signed language, compounded by the fact that ASL is often glossed in English due to the lack of a standard writing system. Shot, produced, and edited by Carlos Javier Sanchez

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          • Rookie Radio

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            KAOS is a non-commercial, community radio station broadcasting at 89.3 FM in the South Sound area of Washington state. The station is located on The Evergreen State College campus, in Olympia. KAOS programming includes a wide range of music, women’s issues, Native American, Spanish language, public affairs, and more. Shot, edited, and produced by Carlos Javier Sanchez

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            • Artist Profile- Janice Arnold

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              As the daughter of a cartographer, Janice Arnold grew up looking at the world in landscapes rather than countries, contour lines rather than boundaries, textures rather than cultures. Fine fabric was always a passion. Throughout college she was enamored with folk art, high fashion and studied a wide variety of textile traditions. She traveled extensively to learn traditional techniques within cultural contexts. Videographed, photographed, and edited by Carlos Javier Sanchez

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              • One Minute Evergreen: The Curriculum Wall

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                In the fall of 2013, a strange structure took shape in the Library lobby: a sort of road map made of paper, tape and future plans known as the Curriculum Wall. On Weds., Nov. 6th, the Longterm Curriculum DTF brought the faculty together to write about the programs they'd like to teach in the upcoming years. In the process of posting their plans, they spoke with each other, made connections and sparked new ideas that may soon take shape as additions to the course catalog. This One Minute Evergreen documents the event, and the intentions behind it as spoken by faculty and co-chair Karen Gaul.

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                • Re-Wire T.V.

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                  Collaborative Documentary exploring local spirit and community access to media

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                  • Environmental Analysis at Yellowstone

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                    This installment in The Evergreen State College One Minute Evergreen focuses on a trip to Yellowstone National Park. In the fall of 2012, the faculty and students of Environmental Analysis visited the park for a week with geologist Ken Tabbutt, microbiologist Andy Brabban and chemist Clyde Barlow. In this video, the faculty talk about traveling to Yellowstone to study the building blocks of geological and biological science.

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                    • Peter Bohmer One Min

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                      In this One Minute Evergreen, Political Economy faculty Peter Bohmer talks about the spirit of activism among the students at Evergreen, and how he views his mission as a professor at TESC.

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