Friday, October 4 at 8:30 PM in the Humanities Gymnasium.
Dunk Contest, 3-Point Shootout, Skills Challenge, and student contests for prizes.
Free Admission to all, students are eligible for prizes with their student ID.
The Men's Basketball team ask that you bring a can of food for donatation to a local food shelter.
Come out and celebrate the beginning of Blue Stars Basketball!
Monday, Sept. 23rd, 10am-11am, front steps of Brown Library
FREE books to the first 200 students! (Current VWCC only.) Students can choose from one of the following titles: In the Country of Men (the Bridging Cultures book discussion book), Persepolis, Dreams of Trespass, and House of Stone. Refreshments provided.
Come celebrate Brown Library's newest special collection, the Bridging Cultures Bookshelf: Muslim Journeys. Included in this award is a collection of 25 books and three films centered around Islamic art, literature, history, politics, current events, and religion, as well as a one-year subscription to the Oxford Islamic Studies Online database. We are the only Virginia community college to win this great grant from the NEH!
Please come on down to the Kickoff as well as the rest of the events scheduled this Fall:
- 9/24, 2pm, Whitman Theater: Film Series—Prince Among Slaves (open to public)
- 10/8, 2pm, Whitman Theater: Film Series—Islamic Art: Mirror of the Invisible World (open to public)
- 10/14, 6:30pm, Natural Science Center: Book Discussion—In the Country of Men (open to public)
- “The truth couldn’t be kept away, it was cunning, sly-natured, seeping through at its own indifferent pace.” In Hisham Matar’s debut novel, a Libyan boy must come to terms with difficult truths about Libya, loyalty, and truth when his father disappears. On the surface a story of the violence and absurdity of life during the rule of Muammar al-Qaddafi, In the Country of Men describes the politics of childhood more than the politics of nations. Just as the plot brilliantly unfolds in unpredictable ways, we are catapulted forward to the next decade. We are left to reflect on the ties that bind us all—the universal embarrassments and frustrations of childhood, the challenge of constructing meaning from memory, and the presence of unavoidable truths. Led by Steven Salaita, Associate Professor of English at Virginia Tech.
- 10/22, 2pm, Whitman Theater: Film Series—Persepolis (open to public)
- 11/5, 2pm, Whitman Theater: Film Series—Koran by Heart: Once Chance to Remember (open to public)
Save a life! Give blood! Appointments or walk-ins welcome!
Contact Natasha Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment.
Monday, September 23
11am to 4pm
Parking Lot 1 (Outside Natural Science Center)
The A/V Club is hosting a photo booth and bake sale this Wednesday, 9/18/2013. Come by and get a picture or video taken in front of a big green screen, pick a place you want to be, and they'll make it seem like you're really there. Or just come and
buy some awesome baked goods. Or do both if you so choose. All proceeds will help support the Audio-Visual Production Club.
An additional interest meeting for the Bible 101 Club will be held on Wednesday, 9-18-13 at 12 Noon in Brown Library, Conference Room B106. The meetings is scheduled to last 45 minutes . All those who signed up we look forward to seeing you there! If you did not sign up please feel welcome to attend.
For more information about this club, please contact Dianne Martin at email@example.com or Haywood Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get a second chance to see one of these recent Hollywood films! All films will be shown in Whitman Theater - First Floor of Business Science.
This is The End - While attending a party at James Franco's house, Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel and other celebritiies are faced with the apocalypse. Horror-Comedy
Thursday, September 26
Where: Whitman Theater - First Floor of Business Science
FREE! Open to students, faculty/staff and guests!
Free popcorn available in the lobby before the show!
The Conjuring - Paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren work to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in their farmhouse. Horror.
When: Friday, October 11
As I Lay Dying - Based on the classic by William Faulkner, it is the story of the death of Addie Bundren and her family's quest to honor her wish to be buried in the nearby town of Jefferson. Drama.
When: Thursday, November 7
For more information about the films, visit http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1453405/.
For more information, contact Student Activities Coordinator Natasha Lee at email@example.com or 857-6326.