Everett Charles Albers was the founding director of Humanities North Dakota (formerly known as North Dakota Humanities Council). Ev brought his love of the humanities to the greatest challenge of his life, after he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in September 2002. Given three months to live, Everett lived and worked for another 18 months, while also writing daily, on-line journal entries in which he reflected on the people and experiences of his life, books and music, pie and the great humanities question of all time: "Where have we been, and where are we going?" And also, is there sour cream raisin pie in the next life?
In honor of his legacy, Humanities North Dakota has re-digitized Ev’s on-line journal. Visit, gamechangernd.com, to find out more.