For those who have followed the last few articles, the information for the Tikun Olam II exhibition is available at the end of this installment. Thank you.
– The Vet Center, located at 602 S. Nevada Ave, will have their Mobile Vet Center at Centennial Campus. Melissa St. Angel will provide counseling services for combat veterans and their families for free. To locate the vehicle, go to E Lot. It will be clearly marked. Available from 9:00 am until 2:00 pm.
– Students can take part in BINGO! at the Downtown Studio Campus from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm. “A fun time will be had by all but don’t count on winning your fortune and quitting college.”
– From 7:00 am to 10:00 am, UCCS will be offering free coffee and donuts (or pancakes) to students. Located in the University Center outside of the ROAR office.
– From 10:40 am to 12:00 pm, there will be an Ethics Workshop. Students will be able to prepare for the upcoming UCCS Ethic Initiative Case Competition on April 8th. The subject of the activity is Corporate Social Responsibility and Stakeholder Analysis. Please go here to fill out a survey that will allow you to become a participant. Val Jones (ethics.uccs.edu) can be contacted with any questions. Event located in Dwire Hall Room 205
– The Demythifying HIV: A Student Driven Discussion will begin at 3:00 pm. During this lecture, Neena Grover’s Biochemistry II class will discuss the truths and myths of HIV/AIDS. They will cover the biology of the virus, how to treat it and the social implications. Located in W.E.S. Room at the lower level of Worner Campus Center (902 N. Cascade Ave) Free and open to the public.
– The Economics and Business Seminar Series present James Murray at 4:00 pm. Murray, the assistant professor of the department of economics of the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse, will discuss “Learning and Judgment Shocks in the U.S. Business Cycles.” Free and open to the public. Located in Palmer 121.
– An Evening in Jerusalem-Part 3 will begin at 5:30 pm. This is the final installment of PPJ&PC’s An Evening in Jerusalem series. The event will feature a Middle Eastern dinner, a discussion and the launching of interfaith service project teams. A gathering such as this is meant to provide a safe, social environment for Jews, Christians, Muslims and people of other faiths to meet, make friends and create interfaith service projects. Tickets cost $10.00 at the door, or $7.00 for those who bring their own plates, cups and utensils. Located in the Gates Common Room, third floor of Palmer Hall (1025 N Cascade Ave, east of Tutt Library)
Special PPCC Exhibit
Pikes Peak Community College and the Downtown Studio Art Gallery, along with the Catamount Institute for Environmental Studies, present Mendings: Tikun Olam II. The exhibition is the accumulation of five artists from Colorado and Wyoming who have created visual responses to the dynamic relationship between the environment and humankind. The opening reception will reveal the sole performance of “Confined Spaces,” an installation by De Lane Bredvik and Ila Conoley.
The event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be available and the show will also have a surprise musical guest. The exhibit is located in the PPCC Downtown Studio Gallery at 100 West Pikes Peak Ave. Hours are from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm Monday through Friday and 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Saturdays. All artists are available for telephone interviews. Please call Laura BenAmots at 719-459-9999 for more information. Exhibit will be available until April 15.