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Holocaust Commemoration Uplifts Audience

Holocaust Commemoration Uplifts Audience

Ayanna Arrington, Staff Writer

April 10, 2017


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Holocaust survivor Louise Lawrence-Israels spoke about her hatred “towards everything German” and how she transformed that hatred into a message of peace. Louise Lawrence-Israels was a voice for all Holocaust survivors as she spoke about her upbringing during World War II, at MC's Annual Holocaust...

Job Opportunities for the Week of April 10

Job Opportunities for the Week of April 10

Sara Monterroso

April 10, 2017


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Monday, April 10   Fund For the Public Interest (Campus Center Dining Area) – 9:00 am – 6:00 pm Join the fight for social justice by working for Fund for the Public Interest.  Have a summer job that not only pays, but does good for the world as well.  Visit their website to learn more ab...

Women Impact Social Change Through Art

Women Impact Social Change Through Art

Sara Monterroso

March 30, 2017


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Activism met art at the “Women’s Work: Artists Impacting Social Change” exhibition where quilts illustrated stories of rape and abuse survivors and bathroom décor had President Trump’sface is sewn into a latch hook rug. On International Women’s Day, the doors to the Sarah Silberman gallery...

Rockville Assessment Moved through March 31

Rockville Assessment Moved through March 31

Sara Monterroso

March 28, 2017


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The Rockville Assessment Center has temporarily moved testing operations to Macklin Tower(MT) 002, basement level. The assessment center will be at this temporary location through Friday, March 31. "The temporary relocation of the Rockville Campus Assessment Center was performed to isolate staff and...

Submission Deadline for 30th Annual Ventura Valdez Poetry Contest

Submission Deadline for 30th Annual Ventura Valdez Poetry Contest

Sara Monterroso

March 28, 2017


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Calling all versifiers, rhymers, sonneteers, and lyricists, the annual Ventura Valdez poetry contest is accepting submissions through April 1. All students are eligible to submit two original poems in English or Spanish to the 30th annual Ventura Valdez contest, according to press release. $100...

Employment Opportunities for the Week of March 27

Employment Opportunities for the Week of March 27

Sara Monterroso

March 27, 2017


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Provided by Roberta Buckberg, Employer Liason Tuesday, March 28   Datawatch (Campus Center Dining Area) – 10 am – 2:00 pm They provide security for office buildings, corporate headquarters, and information.  They are hiring for Customer Service Representatives, Central Station Monito...

Patricia Hill Collins Talks Intersectionality, Black Feminism, Democratic Possibilities

Patricia Hill Collins Talks Intersectionality, Black Feminism, Democratic Possibilities

Ayanna Arrington

March 24, 2017


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Aggravated by the fact that communities are fighting for equality, but doing so with distinct and separate protest rallies and movements, Patricia Hill Collins wishes to bring communities together through intersectionality. Collins, a professor at the University of Maryland, paid homage to black female...

Dialogue Across Differences Series: Police Chief Tom Manger Discusses Diversity

Dialogue Across Differences Series: Police Chief Tom Manger Discusses Diversity

Priscille Diwa

March 22, 2017


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Montgomery College president, Dr. DeRionne Pollard, and Montgomery County chief police, Thomas Manger, discussed ways to form relationships and trust between the law enforcement and our community to encourage civility between people of different backgrounds. Chief Manger discussed about reflecting the...

Achieving the Promise Academy Program at MC

Achieving the Promise Academy Program at MC

Isabel Rockwood

March 22, 2017


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The Achieving the Promise Academy is a free program within Montgomery College established to dismantle academic, financial, and social barriers. Problems often arise outside of the classroom when it comes to a student's resources, which can severely limit their ability to do the best they can in a class....

Job Opportunities for Week of March 20

Job Opportunities for Week of March 20

Sara Montrerroso

March 20, 2017


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Provided by Roberta Buckberg, Employer Liason Tuesday, March 21   National Guard (Campus Center Lobby) – 10 am –  2:00 pm Serve your country and your neighbors while earning cash and benefits.  Talk to the recruiter for other details.   Wednesday, March 22     Anne Arun...

Employment Opportunities for the Week of March 6

Employment Opportunities for the Week of March 6

March 6, 2017


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Provided by Roberta Buckberg, employer liaison   Monday, March 6   Community Pool Service (Campus Center Lobby Area) – 10 am – 2:00 pm Hiring for lifeguards, pool cleaners, gate guards, and other positions.  http://communitypools.com/ Tuesday, March 7   Continental Pools (...

College Governance Accepting Nominations for Upcoming Election

College Governance Accepting Nominations for Upcoming Election

Sara Monterroso

March 2, 2017


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Elections for College governance for the September 2017-May 2018 term will be held after spring break and nominations for candidates are currently open. Nominations are open to students, faculty, staff and administrators, you may also nominate yourself. Nominations close March 10 at 5 p.m. Nominees...

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