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  • Tuesday, October 13, 2020

    • Financial Aid Services representatives are available to provide 1:1 assistance with the completion of the 2021-2022 Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Time: 9:00am - 5:00pm Locations: Zoom , Online Details:

      Financial Aid Services representatives are available to provide 1:1 assistance with the completion of the 2021-2022 Free Application for Federal Student Aid.

      Dates: Weekdays; October 7th through October 31st
      Times: Monday through Friday 9am to 5pm

      Special Dates:
      Saturday: October 17th and October 31st
      Times: 10am to 1pm

       
       
    • Student Program Board Weekly Meeting Time: 1:00pm - 2:00pm Locations: Zoom Details: Join the Student Program Board (SPB)! We hold weekly meetings on Tuesdays from 1PM-2PM. Come and help plan events, learn about volunteer opportunities, build your resume and have fun! We hope to see you there!  Find the Zoom link below.
       
       
    • The Trouble with My Name with Javier Avila (Diversity Index # 8784) Time: 1:00pm - 2:30pm Locations: Online (Zoom) Details:

      Beloved educator and artist Javier Ávila, the first Latino to be named Pennsylvania's Professor of the Year, will be visiting HCC with his smash hit one-man show “The Trouble with My Name," which sheds light on the American Latino experience with a blend of satire and poetry. It is a tour-de-force that will make audiences laugh, cry, and embrace the autobiographical journey of a man who moves between cultures to provide a fascinating perspective of American Latinos who struggle to dispel misconceptions about their identity and place in the world. The Trouble with My Name examines the issues of language, race, and social justice in an eye-opening performance where Ávila engages the audience as he tells the story of his life and reads poetry that illustrates what it means to be the American of the future.

      Zoom Link: https://howardcc.zoom.us/s/93647605982

       
       
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