This event is for the purpose to welcome and celebrate the Hispanic Heritage Month.
There will be a variety of organizations who will provide information about and connections to resources.
Come our and learn about health resources, childcare, home nurse programs, cancer awareness and more.
All students are welcome.
Guest speaker/actor Daryl "Chill" Mitchell will be sharing his story, overcoming adversity after becoming paralyzed in 2001.
Join us for an eye-opening discussion and book signing.
You volunteer to be "pied" by anyone willing to donate money!
With the issue of cyberbullying in the news over the past few years, and as it expands to colleges and the workplace, we think it is a good time to educate ourselves about the issues as a means for prevention. The teach-in features faculty and staff members representing a spectrum of academic perspectives. By definition, teach-ins are unscripted conversations that include participation from both panelists and the audience. Please join us.
Moderator: Alexia Hudson-Ward, Reference and Instruction Librarian
Linda S. Howe, curator of the Cuban Artists Exhibition, will lecture on how the art reveals complexities of Cuban life.
12 Week Zumba Class for Students/Staff/Faculty
Weekly Free Meditation
Every Friday Sept 20 - Nov 22