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Come out and support our student-athletes Saturday, Feb. 5 for Athletics Community Day!
Men's Ice Hockey

1 p.m. Men's Hockey vs. Broome

1 p.m. Men's Basketball vs. Mohawk Valley

3 p.m. Women's Basketball vs. Mohawk Valley

 

 Free Admission  

 

Halftime Prizes and Games

 

Free Refreshments

 

Entertainment for Kids

 

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Fast-paced Sprint Courses Begin Monday, March 14

Classroom PhotoHudson Valley Community College is currently accepting registration for its "Sprint Courses," which begin Monday, March 14.

 

The Sprint Courses are credit-bearing courses compressed into a shorter time frame. The fast-paced classes cover a full semester's worth of material, but only meet for half a semester and conclude on Friday, May 13. Current course listings are available from the WIReD Class Schedules page (select "Sprint" as the Part of Term). Registration information is available at www.hvcc.edu/courses.

Award-Winning Author Joyce Carol Oates Highlights Cultural Affairs Calendar this Spring
Joyce Carol Oates
Joyce Carol Oates
Always a dynamic, and sometimes unconventional, mix of events, the

Cultural Affairs Program at Hudson Valley Community College is offered for a versatile audience. Admission to all Spring 2011 events is free.

 

A visit by author Joyce Carol Oates is just one of the highlights of the spring lineup that includes Brandeis University research professor Lisa Dodson's exploration of a silent movement for economic justice by ordinary American citizens and a lighthearted comic play about William Shakespeare written by Hudson Valley's Theatre Arts department faculty member David Stewart Birch.

As the season continues, the somberness of Shakespeare & Company's production of "Hamlet" is tempered by the ebullient sounds of the Ewabo Caribbean Steel Trio and filmmaker Joan Braderman's documentary "THE HERETICS," a smart, funny look at a New York feminist art collective that challenged the very terms of gender and power beginning in 1977.

Winter and Spring Credit-Free Courses Available

Credit-Free Course Bulletin Cover Spring 2011Register today for upcoming courses designed for professional development and personal growth.

 

Some of the varied new courses offered this winter include: "Comics and the Visual Narrative," "Making Paper Filigree Flowers," "Veterinary Assistant Certificate Program," "Introduction to Short Fiction," "Intermediate Quickbooks," "Makeup and Skincare for Beginners," "FitMom Prenatal Workout," "Belly Dancing is for Everybody" and "Interval Training System Bootcamp."

A new series of courses in personal enrichment also will be offered for the first time this winter. 

 

The college also will be offering more than 50 classes, day trips, tours and activities through its popular Center for Creative Retirement.

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Fall 2010 President's List

Fall 2010 Deans' List

Teaching Gallery Presents a Solo Exhibition by Chicago Artist Christa Donner

Assistant Director of Athletics Appointed

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Upcoming Events On-Campus

Wednesday, Feb. 9
Faculty Workshop Day - No classes

Wednesday, Feb. 16
Sixty-Five Years and Counting: Are We Over Hiroshima? Will We Ever Be?

Saturday, Feb. 19
BarCampAlbany

Wednesday, Feb. 23
Framing and Reframing Reaganomics

Thursday, Feb. 24
Shakespeare & Company presents "Hamlet"

Wednesday, March 2
The Real State of Art

Thursday, March 10
Lisa Dodson: The Moral Underground: How Ordinary Americans Subvert an Unfair Economy

Sunday, March 13
Summer Camp Fair

Monday, March 14
Spring 2011 Sprint Classes Begin

Tuesday, March 15
Job Fair

Wednesday, March 16
Spring 2011 Transfer Fair

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