LTCC, LTUSD Partner to Help Youth Chart Their Course
LTCC & the Lake Tahoe Unified School District are partnering to encourage local youth to "Get Focused Stay Focused" (GFSF) with a new program that helps them discover their goals and create a plan to achieve them. Starting in Fall 2015, high school freshmen can enroll in a class to develop their critical thinking skills and chart their life's course - and earn college credit at the same time!Click here to read all about this new program.
Student Survey Looks at Awareness of Campus Safety
LTCC and Live Violence Free are partnering in an effort to raise awareness about campus safety and sexual assault. Students, please take this survey and tell us your thoughts on what campus safety means to you! Click here to take the survey.
A Matter of SurvivalBe an advocate for wild horses in the American West. Join us Tuesday, May 12 @ 12pm in the Board/Aspen Room and learn about what wild horses face and what advocates in our area are doing to help. Free snacks and refreshments will be served, and all are welcome! Click for details.
"The Ballot or the Bullet"Join us Tuesday, May 19 @ 12pm in the Roberta L. Mason Library and honor the late Malcolm X's birthday by watching his most famous speech. After the film, LTCC instructors Dr. Albert Ponce, Dr. Scott Lukas and Dr. Yasmin Sayyed will host a discussion about Malcolm's relevance today.Click here for more detail.
Spring Fling Club CarnivalJoin us Thurs., May 21 @ 12pm for games, snacks and prizes - plus the "Pie in the Kisser" fundraiser that gives you a chance to hurl pie at your favorite teacher or administrator! This fun and free event brought to you by Student Services and student clubs on campus.
Salvadoran Civil War Survivor SpeaksUCLA Poli. Sci. doctoral student & teaching fellow Raul E. Moreno Campos will discuss "State-Sponsored Violence, U.S. Imperialism and the Salvadoran Civil War" on Tuesday, May 24 @ 12pm in the LTCC Commons. All are welcome to this free event!
"Poet of Witness" Coming to LTCCThe Writers' Series welcomes award-winning poet, editor and human rights activist Carolyn Forché on Thurs., May 28 @ 7pm in the Board Room. Forché is known internationally for coining the phrase "poetry of witness," and for her efforts at preserving memory and culture in poetry. Click here for more info.
Let the Games Begin!Be a part of the most fun community-college event EVER! The second annual Community Games returns to LTCC's Gymnasium on Saturday, May 30. The super-fun, all-day event includes a dodgeball tourney, charity basketball game, live music, BBQ, a paper airplane contest, raffles, prizes and awards and more! $5 general admission, $3 students w/ID, kids under 10 free!