Join us for the Philadelphia Premier of the documentary film A Late Style of Fire and a Panel Discussion on Race, Class and Literary Communities on Tuesday, September 12 from 6 to 9 p.m. in the Bonell Building, Large Auditorium. This screening will be followed by a panel discussion featuring the following award-winning poets: Kirwyn Sutherland; Patrick Rosal, Guggenheim awardee and professor at Rutgers-Camden; Jacob Winterstein, teaching artist and cofounder of the Philly Pigeon Poetry Slam; and Cindy Arrieu-King, professor at Stockton University.
Join us for a screening of the Pixar hit – Inside Out! Following the movie enjoy a free pizza lunch while Heidi Braunschweig and Ilze Nix from the Psychology Department discuss some of science behind the scenes…
Sponsored by the Student Life, Psychology, Biology, Allied Health and English departments
Join us at our Scholarship Night for Philadelphia High Schol Seniors on Main Campus in the Bonnell Auditorium.
5 - 6 p.m. Resource Fair
6 - 7:30 p.m. Presentations
Get the Knowledge to get the $$$
Learn about local scholarships and grants, federal and state funds, as well as other financial resources to help make college an affordable asset for your future. Free Parking: starting at 5 p.m. in the Bonnell Staff lot - entrance on 17th St. across the street from the College Garage
Join us for a screening of the feature documentary, "20G: heros. Soldiers. Boricuas." and discussion with filmmaker Gilberto Gonzalez. The film focuses on the origin of the 20G, the oldest Latino gang in Philadelphia. Read more about Gonzalez and the film at Al DIA News.
The 32nd Annual International Festival at Community College of Philadelphia presents World and Indian Contexts, Mini Performance and Reflections: Rabindranath Tagore's Red Oleandors.
The cast of the student Spring Theatre Production, directed by Prof. Joanne Cunningham, English Department; Prof. Lakshmi Gudipati, English Department, whose adaptation of Tagore’s play is used in the production, will introduce the play; Prof. Quinn Eli, English Department, will present the dramaturgy of the play.