Thursday, Sept. 21 | 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. | Winnet Student Life Building, Great Hall
WOAR – Philadelphia Center Against Sexual Violence will host its 50th-anniversary symposium to explore strategies to end sexual violence in Philadelphia. Esteemed speakers include Dr. Sandra L. Bloom, co-founder of Drexel’s Center for Nonviolence and Social Justice; and Tamala Edwards, 6abc News anchor. Learn more and register. The event is free for CCP staff and students, and includes breakfast and lunch.
Encouraging diversity throughout the College community is more than a goal; it's a shared mindset and commitment. Please join College president Dr. Donald Guy Generals for a Fireside Chat to engage in a conversation recognizing Latine Heritage Month.
Share reflections on your favorite book, poem, song or any artistic expression celebrating Latine history. All students, staff, and faculty are welcome to attend and bring a friend.
Join us as we recognize and celebrate the newly elected and installed executive boards of the Student Government Association, Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society, and The Vanguard student newspaper.
Are you game for a little friendly competition? Showcase your volleyball skills at our one-day, double-elimination tournament. Up to eight teams can participate.
Come out and have some fun this semester at our monthly tournaments. Achieve some of your health and wellness goals, display your skills and meet new people. All students, faculty, staff and alumni are welcome.
Sign up by yourself, or get a team together. Please email Jesus Godoy at email@example.com or Lynsey J. Grace at firstname.lastname@example.org in advance to participate.
Knowing what to expect at the polls and understanding what you are voting for is important, but where you get your information is crucial to your understanding and decision-making. That’s why we’ve invited members of the judicial branch to explain and teach our community firsthand information about the United States Constitution, the court system, criminal and civil cases, and more. You’ll enter the classroom intrigued, and leave enriched and ready to make the best decisions for your family and community. This workshop series is more than just politics. It’s about understanding the influence the U.S. government has on your life, how it works for you and the lawful rights of citizens.
Please email Olivia Edwards to receive the link to register for this 8-week series, which runs from Oct. 2 through Nov. 20.
Workshop Series Schedule
Note: classes to begin at 6 p.m. unless otherwise noted 10/2 | Intro. to Federal Courts—Separation of Powers, the Judiciary Act, Rule of Law | Hon. Cynthia M. Rufe 10/9 | Labor, Employment and Discrimination Law | Hon. Gene Pratter | Note: Class to start at 5:30 p.m. 10/16 | Comparison of State and Federal Court Systems | Hon. Cheryl A. Krause (and Hon. Susan Gantman (Ret.)*) 10/23 | The Fourth Amendment, Search and Seizure, Criminal Law | Hon. Ted McKee 10/30 | Judicial Decision Making and Judicial Independence | Hon. D. Brooks Smith and Hon. Marjorie O. Rendell 11/6 | The First Amendment | Hon. Larry Stengel (Ret.) 11/13 | The Fourteenth Amendment and Due Process | Hon. Gerald McHugh 11/20 | Immigration Law | Hon. Phil Restrepo