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Afrikana performance set for Feb. 21

The Barbea Williams Performing Company will perform Feb. 21 at the East Campus center courtyard from 11-11:45 a.m. as part of Black History Month activities.

The “Brotha Sistah H.O.O.D. – Honoring Our Own Darkness” performance will include an arts in education component and audience participation.

For more information, call the Student Life Center, 206-7617

-By Dale Villeburn Old Coyote

 

Apply for graduation by Feb. 22 deadline

All Pima Community College students who will finish a degree or certificate this semester are urged to apply for graduation.

Application deadline is Feb. 22. There is no cost to apply.

Students can visit the Service Center at any campus to check the status of their degree plan, to create an educational plan or for more information.

-By Melina Casillas

 

Northwest hosting Mardi Gras activity

Instructor Joanne Taylor and her sociology class will collaborate with Northwest Campus Student Life to present an informational activity about Mardi Gras on Feb. 28 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in NWC’s Student Life Center.

The activity will share how different countries and cultures celebrate Mardi Gras, and will include a charity collection.

For more information, call the Student Life Center at 206-2121.

-By Elise Stahl  

 

Submit SandScript entries by March 3

PCC’s award-winning literary magazine, SandScript, is accepting submissions from students for the 2017 edition. Deadline is March 3.

Students may submit visual art, poetry, prose or a combination of all three. Each entry requires a separate form.

Guidelines are specific and must be carefully followed. No previously published work will be accepted and hard copies will not be returned.

For more information, email sandscript@pima.edu. For complete submission criteria, visit facebook.com/sandscriptmag or aztecpressonline.com/sandscript.

-By Robyn Zelickson

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