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CityNotes for Tuesday, October 10, 2017



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Subject: CityNotes for Tuesday, October 10, 2017
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Date: Tue, 10 Oct 2017 22:47:39 +0000



 

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1. Small Business Entrepreneurship Workshop: "Pitch Perfect: Delivering Your Idea With Impact" - October 11

2. Poetry Reading - October 12

3. 9th Annual Talanoa Series - October 12

4. Anon(ymous) - October 13-15

5. The Cultural Dance Traditions of Mexico: Demonstration, Lecture & Discussion - October 14

6. Fall Harvest Buffet - October 18

7. HBCU Caravan Field Trip to Laney College - November 2




1Small Business Entrepreneurship Workshop: "Pitch Perfect: Delivering Your Idea With Impact" - October 11

Small Business Entrepreneurship Workshop Series: “Pitch Perfect: Delivering Your Idea With Impact” workshop with Miguel Colon


Date: Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Time: 5:30 – 7:00 pm

Location: Multi-Use Building Room 140, Ocean Campus


Do you know what it takes to have a successful elevator pitch? Join Miguel Colon to discover the key elements of an elevator pitch, and to discuss your own business ideas.


Light snacks will be provided. Please RSVP to Mia Rusali at mrusali@ccsf.edu. All are welcome!



2Poetry Reading - October 12

 

Creative Writing, the English Department, and Concert & Lecture Series present:

Poet Peter Weltner will read from his book of poetry written in collaboration with CCSF English faculty Nathan Wirth, whose images inspired the poems and vice versa.

Date: Thursday, October 12th
Time: 6-8 p.m.
Location: CCSF Mission Center Campus, Room 109



3. 9th Annual Talanoa Series - October 12

In association with The Talanoa Series of Las Vegas, Nevada, Salt Lake City, Utah, San Mateo, California, and Portland, Oregon, the City College of San Francisco’s (CCSF) Critical Pacific Islands & Oceania Studies Program & VÂSÂ Equity Program, is delighted to present our— 9th Annual Talanoa Series @ CCSF for Fall 2017!


In honor of sustaining our oceanic connections, we are pleased to announce our speaker — City College of San Francisco and VÂSÂ program alumni, Tibebe “Tupi” Worku. Tibebe Worku’s talk entitled, “Conflict of Interests: Reflections on Pacific Islander Identity in the Age of Self-Care,” will explore the popular notion of “self-care” & “self-love” and look at the impacts of this narrative on the ways communal cultures (such as Oceania) understand themselves & their own mental health.


Date: Thursday, October 12th

Time: 6:00-9:00pm


Dinner and refreshments will be served. 

For more information, contact: Dr. David Ga'oupu Palaita, Ph.D. at 415-452-5923 or dpalaita@ccsf.edu


4. Anon(ymous) - October 13-15 & 20-22

Theatre ripped from the headlines. Naomi Iizuka's stunning adaptation of Homer's Odyssey as experienced through the lives of anonymous refugees in a mythic USA today. 

This is a poetic, fiercely contemporary drama about identity, loss and search for home and the struggle to survive in contemporary America. The playwright Naomi Iizuka has adapted the classical Greek myth of the Odyssey to the circumstance of two refugees escaping civil war, washing ashore as undocumented refugees in the landscapes and cities of the USA. The play touches on current issues such as immigration, race, exploitation and power and yet the story remains true to very human experiences such as love, loss, first kisses, staying alive and dancing till you drop!

Dates & Times:
Friday, October 13th & 20th - 8pm
Saturday, October 14th & 21st - 8pm
Sunday, October 15th & 22nd - 2pm

Location: Diego Rivera Theater, CCSF Ocean Campus

$15 general admission; $10 student, senior, & TBA admission
tickets can be purchased at: ccsfanonymous.brownpapertickets.com
*note: if online ticket sale are finished they might available at the theatre at show time.


5. The Cultural Dance Traditions of Mexico: Demonstration, Lecture & Discussion - October 14

As part of Latina/o Heritage Month 2017, Rosenberg Library and the Concert & Lecture Series present:

Maria Luna Baila Conmigo! The Cultural Dance Traditions of Mexico Demonstration + Lecture + Discussion


Date: Saturday, October 14th
Time: 10:30 a.m.-12 noon
Location: CCSF Evans Center Campus, Room 227A



6. Fall Harvest Buffet - October 18

The Ocean Campus Fall Buffet is completely SOLD OUT.


To join the wait-list, please contact Chris Johnson (cjohnson@ccsf.edu). Please include your daytime phone number, the number of guests in your party, and your preferred seating time. Wait-listed individuals will be contacted on a first come, first served basis as space becomes available.



7. HBCU Caravan Field Trip to Laney College - November 2


The Office of Student Equity and the MRSD - African American Scholastic Programs are happy to announce their participation in the HBCU Caravan Fieldtrip at Laney College, November 2, 2017.  


This activity is open to all students interested in attending and/or learning about HBCU transfer guarantee programs.  Students can obtain a fieldtrip slip from Dr. Felita Clark in the Library, Room 209 or from Associate Dean Tessa Henderson-Brown in the Office of Student Equity, MUB 130B.  Travel details will be provided to students who sign-up, but they should plan for the following time frame: 8am - 3pm.  We have 40 spaces available for students - first come, first serve. 


Deadline: Fieldtrip slips due to Dr. Clark, Library - Room 209 by October 20, 2017.  Reserve your spot ASAP!

*Bart is also available for students and faculty attending on their own

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General HBCU Caravan Flyer 2017.pdf

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