Day care teaching positions available - Posted on July 29, 2015
If you are creative, fun loving with a sense of adventure and genuine concern for children’s development, the Viking Child Care Center is looking for you!
The Viking Child Care Center has open teaching positions for children ages 2 to 5 years. Employees are offered a great work environment, salary and benefits. We also are interested in hiring substitute teachers.
If interested, please stop in the center or call 629-4506 for details.
Mindfulness Meditation on Tuesdays at noon - Posted on July 27, 2015
All are welcome to join our Mindfulness Meditation group on Tuesdays at noon in the Interfaith Prayer Room (Siek Campus Center, room 220). Participants will be introduced to the practice of Mindfulness Meditation through guided practice and group discussion. Sessions last between 10 and 20 minutes.
Mindfulness Meditation is simply the practice of intentionally focusing your attention on the present moment, without judgement. Mindfulness meditation promotes mental and physical health. It is especially beneficial in our busy world today.
It’s a great way to reserve used copies of your textbooks, and you automatically will be entered to win one of many fabulous prizes!
Additional day section of American Sign Language and Deaf Culture I for Fall - Posted on July 17, 2015
The English, Foreign Languages, and English as a Second Language Department has opened an additional day section of American Sign Language and Deaf Culture I for fall 2015:
CRN 17462 (ASLN 100)
Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 9 – 9:50 a.m.
Instructor: R. Wolff
Additional Early & Late Sprint Library Skills for Research sections open for Fall - Posted on July 15, 2015
The English, Foreign Languages, and English as a Second Language Department has opened two additional Library Skills for Research sections for fall 2015:
CRN 17783 (ENGL 115) — Early Sprint (8/31/15 – 10/23/15)
Mondays and Wednesdays from 4 – 4:50 p.m.
Instructor: R. Matthews
CRN 17784 (ENGL 115) — Late Sprint (10/26/15 – 12/18/15)
Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1 – 1:50 p.m.
Instructor: V. Waldin
Fall 2015 English as a Second Language courses offered - Posted on July 15, 2015
The English, Foreign Languages, and English as a Second Language Department offers the following English as a Second Language courses for fall 2015:
Fundamentals of English as a Second Language I (ESLS 092 — 4 hours/0 credits) Classes focus on language development in grammar, writing, vocabulary, comprehension, and oral communication.
Mondays and Wednesdays: 10 – 11:50 a.m. (CRN #11100) OR Tuesdays and Thursdays: 6 – 7:50 p.m. (CRN #11983)
Reading for English as a Second Language Students I (ESLS 094 — 4 hours/0 credits) This course is intended for ESL students who would benefit from taking a pre-college level English language reading course. Students read a variety of texts including fiction, non-fiction, and poetry, and practice applying ESL reading strategies.
Tuesdays and Thursdays: 11 a.m. – 12:50 p.m. (CRN #10393)
Speaking and Listening for ESL I
(ESLS 096 — 3 hours/0 credits) Through speaking and listening exercises, students will practice the sounds, rhythm, intonation, and classroom listening strategies.
Wednesdays: 6 – 8:50 p.m. (CRN #16716)
English Composition I for the Foreign Born
(ESLS 101 — 3 hours/3 academic credits) This course focuses on the processes of writing and revision in order to develop student mastery of college-level composition.
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays: 10 – 10:50 a.m. (CRN #17567) OR Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays: 11 – 11:50 a.m. (CRN #10257)
English Composition II for the Foreign Born
(ESLS 102 — 3 hours/3 academic credits) This course expands on the processes and techniques begun in ESLS 101. Reading, practical applications of writing, and oral presentation will also be required.
Tuesdays and Thursdays: 2 – 3:20 p.m. (CRN #16726)
For more information, please contact the Office of ESL Advisement at 629-7396.
Seats available in Creative Writing, Multicultural Perspectives, and Advanced Journalism courses for fall 2015 - Posted on July 15, 2015
The English, Foreign Languages, and English as a Second Language Department has seats available in the following Creative Writing, Multicultural Perspectives, and Advanced Journalism courses for fall 2015:
Attention students and alumni: recruiter on campus June 24 - Posted on June 18, 2015
A recruiter for the Center for Disability Services will be on campus Wednesday, June 24, 2015. He will be located in the Marvin Library Cafe on the first floor from 9 a.m. to noon.
The Center for Disability Services currently has openings in the following areas:
Direct Support Professionals
Community Service Professionals
Please bring a resume with you when meeting with Mr. Zinoman. No appointment is necessary.
For further information, please contact the Center for Careers and Employment Office (CTR 270) at (518) 629-7326.
Al fresco dining on Thursday, June 18 - Posted on June 12, 2015
Please join us Thursday, June 18 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. outside the Guenther Enrollment Services Center (Administration Building side) as Chartwells offers “Chop’d and Wrap’d.” The menu selections will feature local produce from the Capital Region and the Catskills.
Please join us outside
the Marvin Library from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.!
Low-cost, summer day care for school-age children (ages 5-8) here on campus! - Posted on June 3, 2015
The Viking Child Care Center is a licensed, accredited center with qualified, experienced and degreed teachers! Theme-based activities include sports week, insects and bugs, mad scientist, cooking, camping, pet week, planting a garden and much more.
Children have opportunities to play on a secure playground with daily water activities. Breakfast, lunch and a snack provided.
We are open from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. from June 29 to Aug. 14; the fee is only $150 per week.
Call 629-4506 for more information or to schedule a tour.
Journalism Internship has seats available for Fall 2015 - Posted on June 3, 2015
The English, Foreign Languages, and English as a Second Language Department has seats available in Journalism Internship (ENGL 134 – CRN 17457) with Instructor: M. Palmara for fall.
Students engage in supervised internships in news and public relations agencies. Placement assignments will be arranged by the student intern with the consent of the supervising instructor. Students may consult the instructor for suggestions, or they may present options of their own. This is a 3-credit course. Prerequisite: ENGL 101, Composition I and ENGL 130, Journalism and/or approval by department chair.
EFL Dept., BRN 035A
Catch of the Day coming Thursday, June 4 - Posted on May 28, 2015
In case you missed Shrimp Fest , Chartwells will offer another al fresco dining experience on Thursday, June 4 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
We will be featuring a trio of seafood options from herb crusted salmon to fish tacos. Please click below for more details.
Bookstore closing for inventory - Posted on May 26, 2015
The Viking’s Cove Bookstore, located in the Siek Campus Center, will be closed Thursday, May 28 and Friday, May 29 for inventory.
Library access during roofing repair - Posted on May 19, 2015
Marvin Library Learning Commons is open during roofing repairs. Access is available through the doors normally designated for exit only, to the left (or south) of the main entrance. Please do not cross into the construction area.
On Wednesday, May 20, contractors will replace and upgrade plumbing in the lower level where flooding occurred last month. There will be construction noise in that area. The campus will be alerted if services will be temporarily relocated.
Hot dogs across America, part 2 - Posted on May 19, 2015
In case you missed our alfresco dining selections on Monday, you can try some hot dogs across America in the Marvin Library Cafe from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. today, May 19.
Stay tuned for next weeks dining selections, date and location.
Annual Stormwater report posted - Posted on May 19, 2015
You can enter to win one of two $100 Viking’s Cove Bookstore gift certificates for participating.
All responses are anonymous and must be submitted by Friday, May 22.
Communications and Marketing
Hudson Valley Community College, GUN 267
Bookstore extended hours - Posted on May 18, 2015
The Viking’s Cove Bookstore will be open for extended hours on Monday, May 18 and Tuesday, May 19 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Summer Fitness Room & Racquetball hours - Posted on May 15, 2015
Hudson Valley Community College Sports Complex Recreation Schedule Summer 2015
— Effective May 26 – August 14 —
Please note: The McDonough Sports Complex, McDonough Fitness Room, and Racquetball Courts have a mandatory registration procedure that must be completed prior to utilization of these facilities. Registration will take place during the hours listed below. Please see the attendant for a registration form.
Picture ID is required for access to all recreational facilities.
McDonough Fitness Room & Racquetball Courts Beginning Tuesday, May 26 Mornings
Mondays – Fridays, 6 to 8 a.m. Afternoons
Mondays – CLOSED
Tuesdays – CLOSED
Wednesdays – 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Thursdays – 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Fridays – 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Individuals utilizing the Racquetball Courts MUST supply their own equipment. Protective eyewear is mandatory.
The rooms will be CLOSED on the following dates:
Monday, May 25 – Memorial Day
Friday, July 3 – in honor of Independence Day
Welcome Week Experience! - Posted on May 14, 2015
Hudson Valley’s new 2015-2016 Student Senate leadership already has started planning for a week-long series of events to welcome all students, faculty and staff to the start of the fall 2015 semester.
During the first week of classes, from Aug. 31 to Sept. 4, the campus community is invited to the “Welcome Week Experience.” Featuring daily entertainment, food, club activities and exhibition areas, the new event aims to engage new and returning students in campus life and activities as the semester begins. Students (of course!), faculty and staff will be invited to all events.
Additional details will be shared throughout the summer as plans are finalized. For now, please mark your calendars and be on the lookout for more information!
Book Buyback at the Viking’s Cove Bookstore ends this week! - Posted on May 13, 2015
The Book Buyback ends this week!
The final days and times:
Wednesday, May 13 — 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Thursday, May 14 — 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Friday, May 15 — 9 a.m. to noon
Book Buyback takes place just outside the Viking’s Cove Bookstore on the first floor of the Siek Campus Center.
E-mail and calendaring student survey - Posted on May 12, 2015
In an effort to determine the effectiveness and ease of usability for the college’s current e-mail and calendaring platforms, I have formed an e-mail work group. Thus far, the work group has developed a survey (link below) and taken part in an initial overview of Microsoft Office 365.
In order to provide the best possible service for the campus community, the work group has focused on two primary goals:
#1: To gather information from the campus community about interest in e-mail features and their usability.
#2: To use the information gathered about the campus community’s perspectives on the college’s current student and staff e-mail and calendaring platforms, in order to determine if changing platforms should be considered.
Your contribution to the survey is greatly appreciated.
Interim Chief Information Officer
Outdoor dining - Posted on May 12, 2015
To kick off the Summer, Chartwells plans to offer outdoor dining once a week. On Monday, May 18, we will be featuring Hot Dogs Across America!
Our food cart will be located outside Marvin Library next week and will be open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. We will be offering baked goods, deli sandwiches, salads, coffee, water, soda, and smoothies during that time.
From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., we will be offering four different dogs to choose from, combo’d with homemade kettle chips, pickle and a 20 oz. beverage or coffee.
We will be rotating our weekly themes throughout the Summer, including Mexican Street Food, Thai Street Food, Jamaican Street Food, and Local Harvest.
Spring 2015 final exam schedule - Posted on May 11, 2015
Click here for the on-campus Spring 2015 exam schedule.
Click here for the TEC-SMART Spring 2015 exam schedule.
Final exams for evening and all other off-campus classes are scheduled as follows and will be given during the regular class meeting time.
Course regularly scheduled on:
Monday Only — exam is Monday, May 11
Monday and Wednesday — exam is Monday, May 11
Tuesday Only — exam is Tuesday, May 12
Tuesday and Thursday — exam is Tuesday, May 12
Wednesday Only — exam is Wednesday, May 13
Thursday Only — exam is Thursday, May 14
Friday — exam was Friday, May 8
Saturday — exam was Saturday, May 9
If a student is scheduled for multiple exams at the same time, it is the student’s responsibility to contact the instructors to coordinate scheduling.
Should a cancellation occur, it is the responsibility of the student to contact the instructor to obtain any reschedule information.
Food service during finals week - Posted on May 8, 2015
During finals week, the Marvin Library Cafe will be open from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday, May 11 through Thursday, May 14.
On behalf of all of us at Chartwells, I would like to thank everyone for a great school year and look forward to changes that we have in store for the fall.
Good luck on your finals! Congratulations graduates! Have a safe and fun summer!
Student Melanie Hecker earns honorable mention in state-wide essay competition - Posted on May 5, 2015
Melanie Hecker has received an honorable mention for her 2015 Garfinkel Essay submission. This year’s topic was LGBT: The Road to Equality — How have the New York Courts addressed equal human rights for the LGBT Community in the Workplace?
Melanie worked independently on her essay throughout the spring semester in the Marvin Library and is very deserving of this distinction! Honorable mention designates Melanie’s essay as one of the 14 best submissions to this year’s contest, which is a significant accomplishment considering the number of essays submitted from across the state.
Congratulations Melanie! We admire your determination and persistence.
Textbook buyback begins May 6 at the Viking’s Cove Bookstore - Posted on May 5, 2015
The textbook buyback begins on Wednesday, May 6.
If the bookstore is buying back the textbook you are selling, you will receive 50% of the current new price of that book, whether you bought it new or used. In addition, you will earn a chance to spin the famous bookstore Prize Wheel and win a fabulous prize!
Book buyback dates and times are:
Wednesday and Thursday, May 6 & 7 — 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Friday, May 8 — 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Monday and Tuesday, May 11 & 12 — 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Wednesday and Thursday, May 13 & 14 — 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Friday, May 15 — 9 a.m. to noon
Book buyback takes place at the Viking’s Cover Bookstore, which is located on the first floor of the Siek Campus Center.
You could win a $100 bookstore gift card! - Posted on May 5, 2015
You can enter to win one of two $100 Viking’s Cove Bookstore gift certificates for participating. All responses are anonymous and must be submitted by Friday, May 22.
Thank you for your time.
Communications and Marketing
Hudson Valley Community College, GUN 267
80 Vandenburgh Ave.
Troy, NY 12180
(518) 629-8071 firstname.lastname@example.org
College ring sale May 6 through 8! - Posted on May 4, 2015
The ring representative from Josten’s will be at the Viking’s Cove Bookstore on Wednesday, May 6, Thursday, May 7, and Friday, May 8 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.
The bookstore is located on the first floor of the Siek Campus Center.
Home Bureaus scholarship deadline is Friday, May 8 - Posted on May 4, 2015
The Foundation administers scholarships funded by the New York State Federation of Home Bureaus. The following $300 scholarships are available for students enrolled for Fall 2015; applicants must have a minimum 2.85 GPA.
1) The Saratoga County Chapter Scholarship is for students in Early Childhood Education or Human Services programs
2) The May Roberts Scholarship is for students in accounting, business administration or computer information systems programs.
3) The Rensselaer County Chapter Scholarship is for students in Liberal Arts: Humanities and Social Sciences or Physical Education programs.
4) The Dorothy Allen Scholarship is for students in Nursing or EMT/Paramedic programs.
5) The Addie Timber Scholarship is for students in Liberal Arts: Humanities and Social Sciences or Computer Science programs.
Store hours are:
Monday – Thursday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Seats still available for AutoCAD Basics starting on May 9! - Posted on May 1, 2015
Seats still are available for AutoCAD Basics starting on May 9!
Time is running out, so don’t delay any longer or you’ll miss this opportunity to learn the important basics about AutoCAD and how it can help you do what you need to do! There are only a few more days left to register before class begins!
If you are interested in a building-related field and want to learn about design, get started by taking this 30-hour, in-person, non-credit class with the Workforce Development Institute (WDI). Created for individuals who are interested in learning the fundamentals of design using AutoCAD software, the course is appropriate for those either currently enrolled in HVCC or already working in a building-related field.
The topics in this overview of AutoCAD include software tools and how to use them for specific design tasks such as:
CAD plotting and layout
Advanced CAD commands including file management, blocks, x-refs and the creation of libraries
Chemistry student selected as recipient of 2015-16 Bulmer Award - Posted on May 1, 2015
Matt Sterlina was selected as this year’s recipient of the Dr. Joseph J. Bulmer Award for Excellence in Library Research for his outstanding paper on scientist Lord William Thomson Kelvin in fulfillment of the requirements for Chemistry I during fall 2014 semester. Matt was nominated by Dr. Danica Nowosielski.
Matt will be recognized at Students Honors on May 14, 2015 and will be included in the commencement program. In addition, Matt’s name will be inscribed on a perpetual plaque in the Dwight Marvin Library.
Thanks to Dr. Bulmer, Matt will receive a check from The Foundation in the amount of $150 for his efforts.
Congratulations to all of our nominees, and thanks to faculty nominators:
Prof. Joshua Kohan – Vaccines and Viruses: From Edward Jenner to the future – English Comp – Nathaniel Ekstorm
Dr. Nowosielski – Dmitri Mendeleev – Chemistry – Angelina Giorgio
Dr. Nowosielski – Fritz Haber – Chemistry – Levi Kelly
Dr. Nowosielski – Scientist Report – Chemistry – Marina Lanaro
Prof. Sessing-Matcha – Culture, Society and Media and its effects on ideal body image – Sociology – Eric Linkowski
Dr. Catone-Matino – Three Roads Down Information Highway An Introduction of Internet Gaming Addiction – Adolescent Psychology – Eric Munshi
Dr. Catone-Matino – Monsters on the Information Highway How cyberbullying through Social Media Impacts the Ability of Teenagers to Establish Healthy Identities – Adolescent Psychology – Eric Munshi
Dr. Nowosielski – Ernest Orlando Lawrence – Chemistry – Andrew Muratorri
Dr. Nowosielski – The Work of James Prescott Joule – Chemistry – Caleb Nasman
Dr. Susan Kayorie – Thaddeau Kosciuszko: Not Just The Twin Bridges Guy – English Comp – Oksana Pawlush
Dr. Nowosielski – DEMOCRITUS: Atomism in the Ancient World – Chemistry – Jacob Peterson
Dr. Nowosielski – Wilhelm Roentgen – Chemistry – Tim Rooney
Prof. Hathaway – Incarcerated Infants: Mothers and Babies in Prison – English Comp – Christine Thompson
*** Faculty members are encouraged to nominate papers submitted after this year’s deadline (Apr. 24) in consideration for next year’s award.
For more information contact Val Waldin, MRV 141, email@example.com, ext. 7319.
Foundation Friday: Troy Savings Bank Charitable Foundation grant will help students get childcare at the Viking Day Care Center - Posted on May 1, 2015
The Troy Savings Bank Charitable Foundation (TSBCF) has awarded the Foundation $150,000 to support scholarships for students with children that utilize the Viking Day Care Center. The grant was completed by Ann Carrozza and her team at the Faculty Student Association (FSA).
Through this grant, students will have financial support to receive full-time care in a nurturing environment for their children while obtaining a college education that will lead to greater career opportunities. This grant will restore childcare tuition assistance that was lost due to grant reductions. For the next five years, 10 scholarships will be awarded per semester for a total of 20 per year.
This is a wonderful accomplishment for the FSA and allows them to achieve their mission of providing auxiliary services to the campus community. The TSBCF gift will have a direct impact, enabling low income students to achieve their academic goals and have a lasting effect on the children of those students who attend the nationally-accredited Viking Day Care Center.
Electronic recycling event on Monday, May 18 - Posted on April 30, 2015
The Sustainability Committee is hosting its annual Electronic Recycling Event!
Monday, May 18 — 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Parking lot A (in front of BTC)
No drop off fee for Hudson Valley Community College employees or students with a valid ID!
Public fees are:
Monitors — $8
TVs under 27″ — $12
TVs over 27″ — $30
Wood console, projection or other oversized — $36
UAlbany information session on new Bio-instrumentation Degree - Posted on April 30, 2015
On Monday, May 4 at 2 p.m. in Science Center 105, Dr. John Tine will present information on UAlbany’s new four-year Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in Bio-instrumentation. Highlights of this degree program are:
Complements and extends Hudson Valley’s A.S. Biology and Biotechnology majors
Accepts graduates with a BSC or BIO A.S. degree for transfer
Develops an in-depth knowledge of the theory & operation of state-of-the-art instrumentation currently in demand in biomedical, biology, biotechnology and public health laboratories
Provides strong background in biological sciences plus major public health issues
Hands-on research experiences through internships in University laboratories
Real-world experience through cooperative training internships at local biotechnology companies or academic laboratories.
Find out more about this new degree and get your questions answered by attending Dr. Tine’s talk.
For more information, contact Nancy Bush at: firstname.lastname@example.org or (518) 629-7681.
Hudsonian editor’s op-ed piece published in Times Union - Posted on April 29, 2015
An op-ed piece by Patrick Gareau, editor-in-chief of The Hudsonian, was published April 28 in the Times Union.
Please click here to read the piece, entitled “Engage in politics at local level.”
Library presentation: Researching historic clothing - Posted on April 29, 2015
The Marvin Library will offer a talk on researching historic clothing at noon on Tuesday, May 5, in the library room 143.
The talk will cover an introduction to issues in studying historic clothing, online and print resources, and the role of social media in developing a costuming community. People interested in re-creating historical clothing for the theater or their own use are especially welcome.
The talk is presented by Anne Matusiewicz, this semester’s library intern. Anne has been a costumer since 2002 and a living historian since 2008. She is finishing her master’s degree in Information Science at the University of Albany.
“Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret” film showing on Wednesday, April 29 - Posted on April 27, 2015
Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret
Wednesday, April 29 from 6 to 9 p.m. Maureen Stapleton Theatre
Free and open to the public.
The film, Cowspiracy, exposes animal agriculture as the leading cause of deforestation, water consumption and pollution, generating more greenhouse gases than the transportation industry.
Kathy Stevens, founder and director of the Catskill Animal Sanctuary, is guest speaker and Demosthenes Maratos of the Sustainability Institute at Molloy College, who appears in Cowspiracy, also will attend.
“Cowspiracy may be the most important film made to inspire saving the planet.” – Louis Psihoyos, Oscar-winning director of “The Cove”
Graduating? You may qualify for health insurance and a special enrollment period - Posted on April 24, 2015
Students who graduate from college may qualify for the opportunity to enroll in affordable health care coverage, according to information from the NYS Department of Health.
NY State of Health, the state’s health plan marketplace, is where New Yorkers can shop, compare and enroll in a quality, affordable health plan and qualify for financial assistance to reduce their costs.
Students who qualify have 60 days from the date of graduation or other qualifying life event to use a special enrollment period.
Author TC Boyle on campus today! - Posted on April 24, 2015
TC Boyle (Milo Boyle photo)
New York Times bestselling author TC Boyle will be on campus Friday, April 24 at 11 a.m. for a reading and book signing in the BTC auditorium.
Boyle will read from his recent novel, “The Harder They Come,” an exploration of the roots of violence and antiauthoritarianism in America. Boyle is the author of more than 24 works of fiction and has received numerous literary awards, including the Pen Faulkner Prize for the best novel (“World’s End,” 1998).
The Friday reading is free and open to the all. Seating is limited and on a first-come basis. Doors open at 10:15 a.m.
Boyle’s visit is presented by the Cultural Affairs Program in association with the Department of English, Foreign Languages and English as a Second Language.
Rensselaer County plans “POD” drill for Friday, May 1 - Posted on April 23, 2015
Distribution Exercise and College Emergency Drill Friday, May 1 — 7 a.m. to noon McDonough Sports Complex
The Rensselaer County Health Department and other community public health partners will perform a Point of Distribution (POD) exercise in the McDonough Field House from 7 a.m. to noon on Friday, May 1.
A POD location is where health departments distribute medication or provide medical treatment in the event of a real emergency situation, such as a bio-hazard release, a widespread severe influenza outbreak, or an outbreak of a disease like Ebola or Anthrax .
This on-campus POD drill is intended to improve the Health Department’s ability to respond to emergencies. Nearly 100 county staff members will be on site and more than 500 participants from local community groups will volunteer as patients.
Please note: POD staff and participants will use I Lot (across North Road from B Lot) for parking, which will restrict access for students, faculty and staff.
In addition, during the POD exercise, the college’s emergency response committee will conduct a “tabletop” drill to practice crisis response procedures of our own.
It’s time to get “pumped” up! - Posted on April 23, 2015
Walk A Mile In Her Shoes 2015 The International Men’s March to Stop Rape, Sexual Assault and Gender Violence Saturday, April 25 Riverfront Park, Troy
We challenge men literally to walk one mile in women’s shoes in order to raise awareness about rape, sexual assault and gender violence.
Check-in/Refreshments at 11 a.m. Walk at noon with Emcee Dan Bazile of WNYT/News Channel 13
Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead in Maureen Stapleton Theatre Thursday, Friday and Saturday - Posted on April 22, 2015
The Theatre Arts program and Theatre Club will present “Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead” at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday (April 23-25) in the Maureen Stapleton Theatre, located in the Siek Campus Center.
First performed in August 2004, “Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead” was written by Bert V. Royal and is an “unauthorized parody.” that imagines characters from the popular comic strip Peanuts as teenagers.
The play is a frank, comic, and also poignant interpretation of the Charles Shulz’s Peanuts gang, who’ve grown into young adults. The play begins with the death of CB’s beloved dog and CB questioning the existence of an afterlife, and continues as an arresting look at teenage rebellion, self-awareness, drug use, violence, and sexual identity. The ending of the play is both haunting and hopeful. Because of explicit language and mature content, the play is not appropriate for anyone under the age of 14. The play runs approximately one hour and twenty minutes and there will not be an intermission.
Admission is free for all Hudson Valley Community College with a valid student ID. All other students are $5 with a valid student ID. General admission is $10.
For further information please contact Rosanne Raneri at 629-7654 or at email@example.com.