Monthly Archives: March 2016

Experience Starpower Event April 4: TED Talks

The Experience Starpower Employee Appreciation Committee is streaming TED Talks in the Centre for Engaged Inclusion (GB 252.04) on April 4.

Stop by any time between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. to watch several TED Talks series with your coworkers! Enjoy free popcorn and beverages, and, of course, earn your sticker!

Schedule

10 – 11 a.m. | Art Made of Data
Seeing patterns and creating beauty-data visualization has become an art form. Meet the pioneering artists who use spreadsheets, archives and digital data as their paints and canvas.

11 a.m. – 12 p.m. | Talks to Save You Time at Work So You Can Focus on What You Love
For all those days you’ve ever checked the clock and thought, “Where did the last hour go?” These talks share helpful hacks for stealing back a few seconds, minutes or even hours from your busy workday.

12 – 1 p.m. | The Perfect Lunchtime Talks
Need something smart to chew on? As you eat lunch, cue up these delightful talks, as invigorating for the mind as a cup of coffee. Enjoy your lunch with us!

1 – 2 p.m. | Restore Your Faith in Politics
Modern Politics turns you off? Here’s how to reconnect and take charge of your world.

2 – 3 p.m. | Talks for People Who Hated Math in High School
Math might have been dry and boring in high school, but it is actually AWESOME. If only it had been this fun when you were getting graded.

 

Have you attended at least one Experience Starpower Employee Appreciation Event? If so, RSVP for the Experience Starpower Employee Appreciation Luncheon!

April 29 | 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. | A&S 111/112

RSVP at lcc.edu/experience/appreciation.

High School Degree Completion Program Now Enrolling

The High School Degree Completion Initiative allows students to take classes at LCC, taught by LCC instructors. In return, students will be able to receive a high school diploma from their host high school and earn college credits.

The program is currently accepting applications for Fall 2016 enrollment. For more information attend an information session and visit http://www.lcc.edu/hsdci/prospective/

Information Sessions for Fall 2016
(August-December 2016)

DATE TIME LOCATION EVENT
April 6, 2016 4pm-5pm Mackinaw Building Room 206 Information Session
April 13, 2016 3pm-4pm Mackinaw Building Room 224 Information Session
April 20, 2016 4pm-5pm Mackinaw Building Room 224 Information Session
April 27, 2016 3pm-4pm Mackinaw Building Room 224 Information Session
May 4, 2016 4pm-5pm Mackinaw Building Room 224 Information Session
May 11, 2016 3pm-4pm Mackinaw Building Room 224 Information Session
May 18, 2016 4pm-5pm Mackinaw Building Room 224 Information Session

 

Women’s Literature Read-In Schedule

17TH ANNUAL WOMEN’S LITERATURE READ-IN

Sponsored by the LCC English Programs

Monday, March 28, 2016

3rd Floor TLC Library

 

11:10-12 noon     Children’s Literature Readers

Teresa Purvis, LCC Faculty, from the Letters of Laura Ingalls Wilder

 

12:00-12:10 p.m.  Tonjala Eaton

 

12:10-12:20 p.m.  Robin Pizzo, Project Director, from her writing My Bra Is Trying to Kill Me & Other Crosses Women Have to Bear!

 

12:20-12:25 p.m.  Alex Zevada, ENGL 122, reading lines from Frida Kahlo

 

12:25-12:45 p.m.  Linda Peckham, retired LCC faculty, “Huaraches”, a memoir

 

12:45-1:20 p.m.    ENGL 122, reading Susan Glaspell’s One-Act Play “Trifles”

Readers:

Stage Directions: Sarah Innes

George Henderson (County Attorney): Erin Rasho

Henry Peters (Sheriff): Chris Gustafson

Lewis Hale: Joshua Burroughs

Mrs. Hale: Brittany Welsh

Mrs. Peters: Hannah Lindahl

 

1:20-1:30 p.m.      Pamela Tobin, Instructor for Youth Programs, LCC East

 

1:30-1:40 p.m.      Jennifer Hood, LCC faculty, from “The Body Politic in Judith                                       Butler’s Gender Troubles

 

1:40-1:45 p.m.      Bokhali Tashtanova, ENGL 122, reading “Babushka”

 

1:45-2:00 p.m.      Rosalie Petrouske, LCC faculty, from her essay “Lost in                                       Solitude”

 

2:00-2:10 p.m.      Nan Jackson, LCC faculty, writer

 

2:10-3:00 p.m.      Kim Steele, LCC faculty, “Irish Women of the Easter Rising”

 

3:00-3:10 p.m.      Lance Norman, LCC faculty, reading from Dorothy Parker

 

3:10-4:00 p.m.      Joseph A. Warren, retired LCC Faculty, “Feisty First Ladies”

 

4:00-4:10 p.m.      Leslie Johnson, LCC Faculty

 

4:10-4:30 p.m.      Susan Serafin-Jess, LCC Faculty, poet

 

4:30-4:50 p.m.      Dedria Humphries, LCC Faculty, reading her fiction

 

5:00-6:00 p.m.      Author Kristine E. Brickey, from her novel They Said She                                   Was Crazy. Kristine Brickey will also discuss her writing process and sign copies of her books.

Women’s Literature Read-In

The Annual Women’s Literature Read-In will take place on Monday, March 28, from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. on the third floor of the TLC Library. The Read-In is a celebration of women’s writing. There is no theme for the day.

Students and employees are invited to read a selection of poetry or prose (fiction or nonfiction) penned by a female writer. Beginning writers, experienced readers, published authors–all are welcome to participate!

Please contact Professor Teresa Purvis, in the English, Humanities, & Social Sciences Department at x1047 or purvist@lcc.edu to reserve your time slot. Readers and writers may sign up for 10, 15, or 20 minutes of time. Participants must sign-up by Tuesday, March 22.

MOTORTOWN opening March 18 in the Black Box Theatre

LCC Theatre presents MOTORTOWN, Olivier Award-winning playwright Simon Stephens’ complex and provocative look at the human costs of war, directed by Andy Callis. It is a powerful and challenging play, violent and disturbing, for adult audiences only. Performances are 8 p.m. March 18-19 and 25-26 in the Black Box Theatre. Immediately following the March 18th opening performance will be a talkback with the cast, director, and Andrew Cosgrove, LCC’s Director of Veteran and Military Affairs, and Laura E. Swanson, LCC alumnus and MSU graduate who is directing “Break The Chain,” a documentary about human trafficking. MOTORTOWN follows Danny upon his return his deployment in Basra to Dagenham, England – the “motortown” of the title. Rejected by an old flame and lured by a shady dealer, Danny is damaged and damages in turn on a brutal road trip through a landscape littered with class and racial animosity, consumption and abandonment, imprisonment and escape. The cast of LCC students and alumni give fierce and brave performances featuring Michael Boxleitner as Danny, Heath Sartorius as Lee (Danny’s brother), Anna Raymo as Marley (Danny’s former girlfriend), Hunter Folleth as Tom (a gun dealer), Todd Heywood as Paul (a dealer of other sorts), Hannah Janelle Price as Jade (a young teen), and Jesse Frawley and Hannah Feuka (married couple Justin and Helen). Admission is $10 ($5 students) at the door.