Speakin’ it RealI am woman, so I can*. Join us for a night of empowering words from empowered women. (Empowered men are welcome, too!) Speakin’ it Real. A place to share your original spoken word, poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, rap, and song on Tuesday, October 28, 2014 at 7:00 pm (Usually runs 45-90 minutes), O’Connor Auditorium (in Main). Hosted by CAS students: Myesha Green and Natasha Dennis. All schools are welcome. FREE!!! Scheduled performances and open mic! Want to share your work at this event? Contact Professor Bilen (email@example.com) or Myesha Green (firstname.lastname@example.org). Sponsored by the CAS English Department *”I am woman” is originally from the song of the same name by Helen Reddy
Caring for those in NeedCapital Area Food Bank: Packaging, organizing food that has been donated for those in need. Meet at 12:10 pm at the Trinity Shuttle Return to Trinity around 4:30 pm. Transportation is provided. For further information and to register your commitment for service contact: Sr. Camilla Burns at email@example.com
The Student Engagement Source: Week of October 20thMonday, October 20th
Wednesday, October 22nd
Tutoring After DarkThere will be tutoring on Wednesdays from 7:00pm-9:00pm in the Cuvilly Hall Lobby. To schedule an appointment, visit The Tutoring Request Form . Walk-ins welcome when space is available. Subjects Available: BIOL 121/ CHEM 113/ MATH 101, 108, 109, 110/ SPAN 101/ MOST NURSING Courses. For more information, contact the Office of Campus Housing at: 202-884-9316 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Parents Support GroupAre You a Student and a Mom or Dad? Would you like to meet other parents who are dealing with similar concerns (parenting, day care, school, finances, relationships…)? Please join us for: PARENTS SUPPORT GROUP on Mondays at 5:00-5:45 pm and Tuesdays at 12:00-12:45pm in the Health and Wellness Center, 4th Floor, Main. Pregnant students also welcome. If any questions Contact Anne Cosimano, 9612
The RecordIf you are a creator of fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, photography, or other visual art, now is the time to prepare your pieces for submission to Trinity’s student-run literary magazine, The Record. This year we will have one submission period spanning from late fall semester 2014 to early spring semester 2015. The magazine will be published toward the end of spring semester. Pieces sent to us outside the submission period will not be considered. Current and former students of any of Trinity’s schools may submit. Watch for details coming later in the fall. If you are interested in being a part of The Record staff, you may email faculty advisor Wendy Bilen now or watch for announcements later this semester. (Staff may also submit pieces.) To get a sense of what we publish, take a look at last year’s issue. Several free copies are available outside Faculty Services near the Red Box (Main 186). Questions? Email email@example.com.
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