The Daily Blast
Tuesday - 2-24-2015
This communication is intended for the Woman’s Day College.
Today at Columbia College
FEBRUARY CAFÉ CONVERSATIONS
French students of all levels are invited to join tutor Bonnie Willis for some casual conversation practice. Coffee and goodies provided. Please sign in for credit. Feb. 24, 1pm
CHAT N CHEW TUESDAY, 2/24 DINING HALL 5:00PM
Interested in pursuing a health or medical career? This monthly series will provide resources to aid you to career success. Please contact Justin Thompson email@example.com for more information. Sponsored by C3PD.
INTERESTED IN A CAREER IN LAW?
Kimberly Johnson, from the Richland County Public Defender‘s Office, will be on Campus to speak about internship opportunities in her office and about preparation for careers in law. Tuesday, Feb. 24 12:30 p.m.
PRAYER TIME IN MITZI'S GARDEN
Members of the CC community are invited to join together for a brief time of prayer and contemplation on Tuesday, February 24 from 12:30-12:45 pm. The event is in Mitzi's Garden beside the Harrelson Building. Everyone is welcome!
NEED HELP WITH YOUR BUSINESS, CIS OR MATH COURSES?
Don't wait until the last exam….schedule your tutoring appointment online through KC or stop by the Math Lab (BSC 126). Tutors are available to help you be successful in BUS, CIS, ECON, Excel and MATH.
UMC SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE!
The General Board of Higher Education and Ministry has opened up a scholarship application online; all UMC students are encouraged to apply to see if they are eligible.
SPRING FORMAL TICKET SALES!
Tickets for Spring Formal are on sale now during lunch periods and online at the link below. Tickets are $12 for day students and $25 for evening college students. CCAB will select 2 of the first 50 to buy tickets to get free tickets so buy early!
SPOKEN WORD ARTIST ANDREA GIBSON
Join Student Activities and GWS for a performance from Spoken Word Artist Andrea Gibson at 6:00 on March 2 in BLC 201/202. This presentation is for mature audiences. Gibson has headlined prestigious performance venues coast to coast with powerful readings on war, class, gender, bullying, love and spirituality.
MOVING SELF - WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH EVENT
Join Marcy Jo Yonkey-Clayton and Samantha Chacoa on Wednesday, Feb 25 at 6:30 pm in Godbold 205 for a movement class that celebrates ourselves. No dance experience
required. Wear comfy clothing - socks suggested.
SWEET SURCIE THURSDAY
Hear about current topics in the workforce and enjoy a sweet treat! Every Thursday in February at C3PD at 4pm. Sponsored by C3PD.
VIRTUAL STUDY ABROAD FAIR 2/25 LIVE CHATS FROM 12 - 5PM
Did you know that studying abroad can raise your career prospects? Explore study programs, internships, and service opportunities at TU Dortmund University, Germany. Log-in on 2/25 to join the conversation. Sponsored by the Center for Applied Learning.
COLUMBIA COLLEGE STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION ELECTIONS
Make sure your voice is heard—vote for the CCSGA Executive Board and Class Officers for the 2015-2016 school year. All day school students can vote and may only vote once. Elections are February 24-26 (this Tuesday-Thursday). Use this link to vote:
Students, in an effort to better meet your vending needs, we need your feedback! Please take five minutes to complete this brief survey regarding on campus vending by Thursday, February 26.
SPECIAL MEALS IN THE DINING HALL THIS WEEK
Wednesday for dinner we will have PB&J bar and Thursday dinner we will have Lamb Gyros.
BLACK HISTORY MONTH
Claudette Colvin- Nine months before Rosa Parks famous bus boycott, Colvin at 15 refused to give up her seat to a white passenger. She was inspired to stand up for her rights after learning about African American leaders in school.