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Calendar of Events (for Thursday, March 28, 2013)

The Day's Events:

Campus Tour-Alhambra USD (more information available)
9:00 AM - Pasadena City College

This hosted tour by the Pasadena City College Student Ambassador Program, is a walking tour of the main campus. A PCC student ambassador will be providing guests and prospective students a fascinating look at the college's educational and...

Calendar Standing Committee Meeting (more information available)
12:00 p.m. - C217

The Calendar Standing Committee shall recommend to the College Council annual college calendars that support the pedagogical and operational needs of students, faculty, and staff within the framework of the negotiated agreements between the...

Campus Tour- Erin Ishibashi (more information available)
12:00 PM - Pasadena City College

This hosted tour by the Pasadena City College Student Ambassador Program, is a walking tour of the main campus. A PCC student ambassador will be providing guests and prospective students a fascinating look at the college's educational and...

Phrases and Clauses - (Levels 4-5) (more information available)
12:00 PM - D306

NEW!

Spanish Faculty (more information available)
12:10 p.m. - R217

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ESL Working Meeting (more information available)
12:10 p.m. - C265

Thursday

Men's/Women's Swimming and Diving: at SCC Double Dual v. Cerritos, LA Trade Tech (more information available)
12:30 PM - Cerritos College, Norwalk

*Cerritos/LA Trade Tech

Campus Tour -Blair LEARNS (more information available)
12:30 PM - Pasadena City College

This hosted tour by the Pasadena City College Student Ambassador Program, is a walking tour of the main campus. A PCC student ambassador will be providing guests and prospective students a fascinating look at the college's educational and...

Baseball: at Ventura (more information available)
2:00 PM - Ventura College

Ventura

Women's Softball: hosts Los Angeles Harbor (more information available)
2:00 PM - Robinson Park, Pasadena

*LA Harbor

Budget and Resource Allocation Standing Committee (more information available)
2:30 p.m. - C-217 - Go to the Website

The Budget and Resource Allocation Standing Committee shall advise on matters relating to institutional-wide budget and resource allocation issues as requested by the College...

Continuing Events:

Dec 5, 2012 - May 3, 2013

CSU Long Beach Community College Tour & Transfer Admission Workshop

Feb 20 - Mar 29, 2013

Exhibit: TOM LaDUKE, artist in residence

Upcoming Events:

Monday, April 1

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Board Meeting (more information available)
3:00 p.m. - Circadian

Academic Senate Board Meeting

Tuesday, April 2

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University Rep. Visit: CSU Los Angeles (more information available)
10:00 AM - L110

Interested in transferring to CSULA? Come to the Transfer Center for Advisement.

University Rep. Visit: University of Phoenix (more information available)
10:30 AM - Quad

Transfer Advisement

ESL 403 Hybrid Meeting 3 (more information available)
12:00 p.m. - D306-B

Tuesday

University Rep. Visit: Converse University (more information available)
1:00 PM - L110

Transfer Advisement for students interested in transferring to Converse University

Baseball: hosts Cerritos (more information available)
2:30 PM - Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Memorial Field

*Cerritos

Women's Softball: at East Los Angeles (more information available)
3:00 PM - East Los Angeles College, Monterey Park

*East LA

Wednesday, April 3

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University Rep. Visit: UC Berkeley (more information available)
9:00 AM - L110

Transfer Advisement for students interested in transferring to UC Berkeley.

ASPCC Executive Board Meeting (more information available)
12:00 p.m. - CC-212

Regular Meeting of the Associated Students Executive Board

Campus Tour (more information available)
1:00 PM - Pasadena City College

This hosted tour by the Pasadena City College Student Ambassador Program, is a walking tour of the main campus. A PCC student ambassador will be providing guests and prospective students a fascinating look at the college's educational and historical campus. 1. Monrovia High school students 2. Chris Schaefer 3. Bohdan Nickerson 1pm -2pm PCC Ambassador assisting: Nataly Ruiz...

A Writing Workshop with Andrew Lam (more information available)
4:00 PM - C333

Award winning journalist, writer, and radio commentator Andrew Lam will conduct a writing workshop for PCC students, staff, and community. The workshop is designed to help writers explore a meaningful event or experience, and possibly use their writing of the event/experience in essays for college admission, scholarships, and personal enrichment. Light refreshments will be served. For more information, contact Dr. Tooktook Thongthiraj at (626) 585-3162 or at dxthongthiraj@pasadena.edu....

Board of Trustees Meeting (more information available)
6:00 p.m. - Creveling Lounge - Go to the Website

Joint Meeting with the Associated Students and Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees.  Please see Agenda for start times and location.

Thursday, April 4

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Campus Tour - Grace Glen (more information available)
9:00 AM - Pasadena City College

This hosted tour by the Pasadena City College Student Ambassador Program, is a walking tour of the main campus. A PCC student ambassador will be providing guests and prospective students a fascinating look at the college's educational and historical campus. PCC Ambassador assisting: Fernando B....

University Rep. Visit: The Art Institute of California (more information available)
10:00 AM - Quad

Transfer advisement for students interested in transferring to the Art Institute of California.

University Rep. Visit: UC Los Angeles-Peer Advisor (more information available)
10:00 AM - L110

Interested in transferring to UCLA? Come talk with a representative in the Transfer Center.

University Rep. Visit: CSU Los Angeles (more information available)
10:00 AM - L110

Interested in transferring to CSULA? Come to the Transfer Center for Advisement.

Articles: Not a Walk in the Park! - (all levels) (more information available)
12:00 PM - D306

NOTE: It is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED that students attend the 3/28 workshop in preparation for this one.

Journalist Andrew Lam presents his book Birds of Paradise Lost (more information available)
12:00 PM - Creveling Lounge - Go to the Website

Award-winning author and journalist Andrew Lam will speak about his latest collection of short stories entitled Birds of Paradise Lost. Amazon.com describes, "The thirteen stories in Birds of Paradise Lost shimmer with humor and pathos as they chronicle the anguish and joy and bravery of America’s newest Americans, the troubled lives of those who fled Vietnam and remade themselves in the San Francisco Bay Area. The past—memories of war and its aftermath, of murder, arrest, re-education camps and new economic zones, of escape and shipwreck and atrocity—is ever present in these wise and compassionate stories. It plays itself out in surprising ways in the lives of people who thought they had moved beyond the nightmares of war and exodus. It comes back on TV in the form of a confession from a cannibal; it enters the Vietnamese restaurant as a Vietnam Vet with a shameful secret; it articulates itself in the peculiar tics of a man with Tourette’s Syndrome who struggles to deal with a profound tragedy." Light lunch will be served. For more information, please contact Dr. Tooktook Thongthiraj, Associate Professor of English at Pasadena City College, at (626) 585-3162 or dxthongthiraj@pasadena.edu. Event flyer is attached....

Division Meeting 4 (more information available)
12:10 p.m. - C265

Thursday

Women's Softball: hosts El Camino College-Compton Center (more information available)
2:00 PM - Robinson Park, Pasadena

*ECC Compton Center

Baseball: at Cerritos (more information available)
2:30 PM - Cerritos College, Norwalk

*Cerritos

Journalist Andrew Lam presents his book Birds of Paradise Lost (more information available)
6:00 PM - R122

Award-winning author and journalist Andrew Lam will speak about his latest collection of short stories entitled Birds of Paradise Lost. Amazon.com describes, "The thirteen stories in Birds of Paradise Lost shimmer with humor and pathos as they chronicle the anguish and joy and bravery of America’s newest Americans, the troubled lives of those who fled Vietnam and remade themselves in the San Francisco Bay Area. The past—memories of war and its aftermath, of murder, arrest, re-education camps and new economic zones, of escape and shipwreck and atrocity—is ever present in these wise and compassionate stories. It plays itself out in surprising ways in the lives of people who thought they had moved beyond the nightmares of war and exodus. It comes back on TV in the form of a confession from a cannibal; it enters the Vietnamese restaurant as a Vietnam Vet with a shameful secret; it articulates itself in the peculiar tics of a man with Tourette’s Syndrome who struggles to deal with a profound tragedy." Asian desserts will be served. For more information, please contact Dr. Tooktook Thongthiraj, Associate Professor of English at Pasadena City College, at (626) 585-3162 or dxthongthiraj@pasadena.edu. Event flyer is attached....