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  • Wednesday, February 28, 2018

    • Gallery Exhibit: Fashion From the Era of Baltimore's Cone Sisters Time: All Day Locations: The Rouse Company Foundation Gallery Details: In partnership with Rep Stage's production of "All She Must Possess," this exhibition features fashion from the era of Baltimore's Cone Sisters. Dr. Claribel and Miss Etta Cone, daughters of German-Jewish immigrants, could have lived unassuming lives in Baltimore at the turn of the century, but instead they traveled the world, amassing one of the world’s greatest Modern art collections. The exhibit was developed in connection with the Rep Stage world premiere of “All She Must Possess,” a highly theatrical celebration of Etta Cone’s extraordinary life.
       
       
    • On Campus Recruiting: Way Station, Inc Time: 11:00am - 2:00pm Locations: RCF Lobby Details:

      Hiring Residential Counselors.

      Throughout the academic year, employers visit HCC to recruit students for positions they have available within their companies. Employers may have part-time, full-time, skilled or unskilled positions available.  

      Howard Community College is pleased to offer companies the chance to inform students of employment opportunities through recruiting sessions.

       
       
    • Food For Thought: Identity Matters Time: 12:00pm - 12:50pm Locations: RCF 401 Details:

      Recording artist, Amara La Negra is at the center of controversy related to the color of her skin and the texture of her hair. Some suggest that she is one example of the community's larger issues with colorism and body image. She brings the complexity of her Afro Latina identity to the forefront. Why is Amara La Negra's appearance a source of debate? How is her story representative of other women of color? What makes the texture of one's hair so controversial?

       

      Join us for an informal lunch conversation on the following Wednesdays of the month. Co-sponsored by Counseling and Career Services and Student Life. 12:00 – 12:50pm  Lunch is provided.

       

      February 28 – Identity Markers RCF 401

      March 14 – High Tech 2018 DH 100

      March 28 - #Metoo RCF 401

      April 11 – Open Topic DH 100

      April 25 – Under Pressure RCF 401
       
       
    • February Board Meeting Time: 6:00pm - 9:00pm Locations: RCF 400 Details:

      This is a meeting of the board of trustees - work session and regular session.  Meetings are open to the public.

       
       
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