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Archive: October, 2007

“Inspirations” screening – part 4

Posted by James Revillini - October 25, 2007 -
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We will show it at the tail end of the weekly Art Club meeting, but ANYONE on campus is invited!In the film, artists such as David Bowie, Dale Chihuly, and Nora Naranjo-Morse speak candidly about how they get ideas and their working process.

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An Evening of Poetry, Art and Jazz

Posted by James Revillini - October 23, 2007 -
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Dr. Kim Bridgford of Fairfield University will read her work at 7 pm. Students and public are invited to read their work at the poetry slam starting at 6:00. Kevin O`Neil, lecture in music, and members of his Jazz Improvisation class will perform. The event will also feature a display of Tunxis student artwork coordinated by Carianne Mack, instructor of fine arts. Refreshments will be provided.

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“Inspirations” screening – part 3

Posted by James Revillini - October 18, 2007 -
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We will show it at the tail end of the weekly Art Club meeting, but ANYONE on campus is invited!In the film, artists such as David Bowie, Dale Chihuly, and Nora Naranjo-Morse speak candidly about how they get ideas and their working process.

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Mesa Española

Posted by James Revillini - October 17, 2007 -
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Please join us for Spanish conversations and food. Bring or buy your own lunch and practice your Spanish over lunch. Sample free `tapas` or `postres`. All levels welcome, from beginners to native speakers.

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Parents and Professionals Together: Understanding Each Other’s Cultures and Strengths

Posted by James Revillini - October 11, 2007 -
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Dr. Elizabeth Harry is a Professor of special education in the Department of Teaching and Learning at the University of Miami, Florida. Dr. Harry, a native of Jamaica, entered the field of special education as a parent of a child with cerebral palsy. Her research and teaching focus on the impact of special education on families from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds. Her studies have included Puerto Rican, African American and a wide range of other cultural groups. In 2002, Dr. Harry served as a member of the National Academy of Sciences panel to study the disproportionate placement of minority students in special education. Her research on these topics have been published in numerous books and articles, most recently, two books: Why are so many minority students in special education? and Case Studies of Minority Student Placement in Special Education.  The first 500 people to arrive will receive a free copy of her DVD, “Building Culturally Responsive Relationships with Diverse Families of Children with Disabilities.”

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Global Market Day

Posted by James Revillini - October 11, 2007 -
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Small business vendors will be selling a number of handmade and cultural products including items such as candles, spices and ethnic jewelry. The Tony Lee Band will perform from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Free samples of ethnic foods will be served at 12:30 & 4:30 p.m. Light refreshments will also be available throughout the day. Contact Genita Mangum for details.

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“Inspirations” screening – part 2

Posted by James Revillini - October 11, 2007 -
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We will show it at the tail end of the weekly Art Club meeting, but ANYONE on campus is invited!In the film, artists such as David Bowie, Dale Chihuly, and Nora Naranjo-Morse speak candidly about how they get ideas and their working process.

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Domestic Violence Awareness Display—The Clothesline Project

Posted by James Revillini - October 8, 2007 -
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The Clothesline Project is a domestic violence awareness display using t-shirts.

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“Inspirations” screening – part 1

Posted by James Revillini - October 4, 2007 -
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We will show it at the tail end of the weekly Art Club meeting, but ANYONE on campus is invited!In the film, artists such as David Bowie, Dale Chihuly, and Nora Naranjo-Morse speak candidly about how they get ideas and their working process.

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Mesa Española

Posted by James Revillini - October 3, 2007 -
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Please join us for Spanish conversations and food. Bring or buy your own lunch and practice your Spanish over lunch. Sample free `tapas` or `postres`. All levels welcome, from beginners to native speakers.

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