Here is a look at a few of the events happening on and around campus this week!
Multicultural week starts and runs until May 9 with multiple events on campus. Click the link to see a full list of events as only a few are highlighted below.
Monday, May 5:
Heroes will host a book drive in the PUB starting at 11:30 a.m. each day with a focus on collecting reading materials for children and prisoners in the community through Hopelink and the Center for Human Services.
Healing Orientalism starts at 1:30 p.m. in the PUB quiet dining room with North Seattle Community College faculty, Chilan Ta and Shoreline faculty Michelle Kleisath. Participants will take away new approaches to healing and reclaiming our humanity which generate from a deep understanding of Orientalism and cultural appropriation.
The SBA Parliament will host its regular meeting from 3-5 p.m. in the Boardroom in the 1000 building! Make sure to encourage students to get involved in their student government!
Tuesday, May 6:
Using the stories of people who have been harassed, arrested or beaten for trying to use bathrooms, the film “Toilet Training” focuses on bathroom access in public space, in schools, and at work. Presented by SCC Faculty Michelle Kleisath at 11:30 in the quiet dining room. This film addresses the persistent discrimination, harassment, and violence that people who transgress gender norms face in gender segregated bathrooms.
A free lecture-style session that covers job search strategies for the aerospace industry. Learn how to access over 300 employers and tips for submitting your application to Boeing. Pre-registration is required. For more information or to sign up, contact Stephanie Tschanz at 206-546-7842 or email@example.com. (Registration may close the day prior to the event.)
Wednesday, May 7:
At 10:30, 11:30 and 12:30 in the quiet dining room, American and International students will share about the experiences they have had at Shoreline Community College.
Join the Shoreline First Nations Club in viewing and discussing “Reel Injun” at 12:30 in the PUB 9201. Reclaiming identity is at the heart of decolonization. “Hollywood has made over 4000 films about Native people; over 100 years of movies defining how Indians are seen by the world. Reel Injun takes an entertaining and insightful look at the Hollywood Indian, exploring the portrayal of North American Natives through the history of cinema.”
Free workshop on building an argument in room 1501 at 1 p.m. Learn an approach for coming up with ideas, relating them to the thesis, and organizing them logically. At the end of the process you’ll have a thorough outline that will make the actual writing much easier.
Thursday, May 8:
The R-word is the word ‘retard(ed)’. Why does it hurt? The R-word hurts because it is exclusive. It’s offensive. It’s derogatory. Our campaign asks people to pledge to stop saying the R-word as a starting point toward creating more accepting attitudes and communities for all people. Language affects attitudes and attitudes affect actions. Pledge today to use respectful, people-first language. More info in the PUB lobby.
Watch and discuss the documentary “Tattooed under fire” about the military ritual of getting inked – interweaving the personal stories of Fort Hood soldiers and their relationships to the war in Iraq through the visual expressions of their tattoos in the PUB room 9102 at 1 p.m.
Free workshop on how to prepare for timed writing tests and a six-step plan for writing essay test answers in room 1501 at 3 p.m. (repeat of Apr. 21 session)
Friday, May 9:
An All Campus Meeting is planned for 12:30 – 2 p.m. in the PUB’s Main Dining Room.
Diabetes awareness in the PUB at 12:30 p.m. with the Nursing 242 Health Promotions Class. They will cover the risk factors and signs and symptoms relating to different cultures. We are handing out brochures about where to get blood sugar testing, and where to go for further information if you think you have or might be at high risk for this disease.