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The 2014-2015 ASCC Student Senate wishes you a magnificent semester

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Congratulations on completing your first month at Cabrillo College for the fall semester!

 

I hope you have had a great first month of school and that you are doing well in all your classes.  This e-newsletter is to inform you about events that the Student Senate, active clubs and Cabrillo College will be holding the month of October. We'll be kicking off our Second Annual Harvest Food Drive, during which all of the canned and non-perishable goods we collect and money we raise will go directly to Second Harvest Food Bank. We are looking forward to Cabrillo's Halloween event, which includes an awesome costume contest. We will also be advocating on current student concerns, such as availability and quality of food on campus and study locations for students after 8pm and on weekends.

 

Get Involved! The Student Senate has openings for students that are interested in representing Cabrillo College students. There are also a multitude of clubs you can join, sporting events to see, and other events coming up soon.

 

Have a great October and good luck in your classes!

 

Sincerely,

Martín Vargas Vega

ASCC Student Senate President

 

Need Units? CyberSession Begins Oct. 24! 

 

Woman on computer on grass

  

Students can register now for CyberSession - online, 8-week classes that offer full-term credit! If you are interested in taking more classes and need more units, click here to see what's available. These online CyberSession courses run from October 27 - December 19.

 

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'Unheard Voices' Exhibit at Cafeteria Fireside Lounge - Opening Reception and Potluck Friday 10/10, 7pm 

 

 

Please join the Human Services Club, the Social Justice League and the Student Senate for  the 'Unheard Voices' exhibit, now showing in the Fireside Lounge of the Cabrillo Cafeteria (Building 900). 'Unheard Voices' is an educational exhibit designed to promote healing for victims of sexual abuse. It has been shown at colleges across the county, and is here at Cabrillo College Oct. 10-24.  

Artist and Cabrillo alum Jason Dilley is currently seeking volunteers to staff the exhibit, which will enable the exhibit to be open an additional week, until October 24. For more information, click here

All Students, Faculty and Staff are invited to an Opening Reception, Potluck and Artist's Talk this Friday, October 10th at 7pm in the Cafeteria. 

Attend the Science Expo This Saturday, Oct. 11

11 a.m. - 1 p.m., Baskin Center 

 

 

Cabrillo College and the Cabrillo College Foundation invite the Santa Cruz County community to attend the Science Expo on Saturday, October 11th at the Baskin Engineering, Physics and Computing Center on the Cabrillo College Aptos Campus.

 

Explore the Baskin Center and participate in a dozen hands-on experiments and displays for all ages that feature Cabrillo's STEM programs. Free hot dogs, chips and drinks will be provided, and attendees can participate in a raffle to win an Apple iPad Mini.

 

Cabrillo Faculty Member Book Signing at Cabrillo Bookstore, Weds. Oct. 22nd, 4:30 - 5:00 p.m. 

 

 

Cabrillo Anthropology Department Chair Kristin Wilson will be holding a book signing reception for her new book entitled Not Trying: Infertility, Childlessness, and Ambivalence at the Cabrillo College Bookstore, on Wednesday, October 22nd from 4:30 - 5:00 p.m. Light refreshments will be provided.  

 

"In a society that often views motherhood as both the ultimate achievement and an inevitability for women, what does it mean to be infertile or involuntarily childless and ambivalent about it? In Not Trying: Infertility, Childlessness, and Ambivalence (Vanderbilt University Press, September 8, 2014), Kristin J. Wilson examines this question, interviewing women from a range of social backgrounds to explore the deep ambivalence they feel toward both motherhood and non-motherhood and the ways it shapes their identities."

 

College & Career Night  

Monday, November 3, 2014, 6 - 8:00pm  

 

 

College and Career Night is a chance to meet College Representatives from numerous public, private, and out-of-state colleges and universities.  It is also an opportunity to meet Instructors and Representatives from academic, career and ROP programs to answer your questions and help you plan your career path. It takes place in the gym, library, and cafeteria. Click here for more details. 

Halloween & Dia De Los Muertos

 

 

The Student Senate will be hosting Halloween and Dia De Los Muertos events. Come show off your creative and scary costumes by participating in our costume parade! Costume prizes will be awarded to winners for categories such as "scariest" and "most creative." Free food will be provided for students that bring their 

current Student Activities Card!

The festivities will occur on the following dates:

Wed. Oct 29, Aptos in Cafetertia - 12pm - 3pm 

Thurs. Oct 30, Watsonville Center Lobby - 1pm - 3pm 

 

Free Halloween Concert at Samper Hall

 

Join Cabrillo's 88 Keys Piano Club for some Halloween High Jinx! You'll hear students, faculty & guests on piano, guitar, drums, bass, voice and more serving up spooky, chilling music to get your Halloween started.

 

When:  Friday, October 31 at 12:40pm

Where: Samper Recital Hall, Music Bldg.

Who:    The 88 Keys Pianists, directed by Susan                   Bruckner

Cost:    FREE - or make a donation for a treat

Costumes: Show your holiday spirit!

Essay/Personal Statement Workshops 

 

 

Cabrillo counselor Marcie Wald will be holdinginstructional workshops on writing essays for scholarships and applications to the University of California and private universities. Dates for the workshop are listed below. Just show up--no appointment necessary. The UC application filing period is November 1-30,for students planning to start school in Fall 2015. 

 

You can find the Transfer Admission Planner here

 

 

Date:

Time:

Room #:

Monday Oct 20th

4 - 6pm

SAC West 202

Wednesday Oct 29th

9 - 11am

SAC West 202

Monday Nov 3rd

11am - 1pm

SAC West 202

Thursday, Nov 6th

1 - 3pm

Library 1051

Tuesday, Nov 11th

9 - 11am

Library 1051

Thursday, Nov 13th

10am - 12pm

Room 828

Wednesday, Nov 19th

1 - 3 pm

SAC West 202

Wednesday, Nov 26th    

9:30 - 11:30 am   

A140 (Watsonville)

 

Cabrillo College's Gallery October Exhibition:  

12x12 (x12): An Open Invitational 2014


The Cabrillo Gallery seeks entries for 12x12(x12): An Open Invitational 2014. All entries will be accepted, provided they are 12" high x 12" wide (by a maximum of 12" deep) and each entry must hang on the wall. Open to California residents.  Find more information here.  

 

Clear the Air - Cabrillo Becomes A Smoke Free Campus

 

 

Cabrillo College will become a "smoke free" campus beginning January 1, 2015.  Given this smoke-free campus initiative, Cabrillo will host a few smoking cessation workshops for employees and students to attend this fall.

 

If you are interested in attending a workshop, please contact Susan Torres to sign-up at extension 479-6182 or via email atsutorres@cabrillo.edu.

 

Sustainability & Climate Planning Committee

 

 

STUDENTS WANTED!  Join us at the upcoming Sustainability & Climate Planning Committee Meetings on the second Friday of each month at 1pm in SAC West Room 214. This semester, meetings are set for: October 10, November 14, and December 12. Click here for more information. 

 

Need a Job? Register Online for Jobs Available for Cabrillo Students

 

 

Once you are registered in 3 units, you can register online to use our student job board. The board lists job opportunities for Cabrillo students (both on- and off-campus jobs). You must be registered in a minimum of 6 units to work on campus. You can register in our office in SAC West 8-2 Monday-Thursday. Our staff will be happy to assist you and instantly approve you! You can also register online 

by clicking here

 

Jobs Available at the Cabrillo College Foundation


Do you have an interest in maintaining the quality of education and services at Cabrillo? Did you know that over 1070 scholarships are awarded through theCabrillo College Foundation, worth over $818,000? We invite you to apply for the Annual Fund Caller position at Cabrillo College Foundation. You'll love working in this energetic and friendly office. The base pay is $9 per hour, with bonuses you can earn 

up to $12-$18 per hour. To learn more click here.

Carpooling @ Cabrillo

 


 

Have you ever thought of carpooling at Cabrillo College? Carpooling can be inexpensive, convenient, eco-friendly, and fun! Cabrillo College is furthering their efforts to reduce their carbon foot print by implementing (with your help) a carpool system. Please take a moment to complete this survey, which has been designed to assess the commuting habits and preferences of students at Cabrillo College. Responses are 

confidential and will be used to develop a

carpool system designed to save you money.

 

Want Better Internet at Cabrillo?

 

Have you ever struggled with technology on campus, whether it be Wi-Fi connections or projector problems? Cabrillo's Technology Committee wants student input on how to improve services on campus. Please take a minute for their survey here. Let Your Voice Be Heard!

 

Bring Your Reusable Bottle & Save the PLANET!

 

In the interest of reducing the consumption of plastic water bottles, Cabrillo's Student Senate in collaboration with Cabrillo's Facilities has funded 'Hydration Stations,' reusable water bottle filling stations at several campus locations. These are Aptos Quad, Cafeteria, Bldg. 800, SAC East, tennis courts, and our Watsonville Center. Support sustainability efforts by filling your water bottles. "Counter" even tracks how much plastic ISN'T wreaking havoc in our environment as a result of your use. Save the planet one refill at a time!

Upcoming Events, Dates, & Deadlines
Oct. 6 - 31
12x12 (x12): An Open Invitational at the Cabrillo Gallery (see article above)
Oct. 10

 

First Sustainability & Climate Planning Committee Meeting (see article above)

Oct. 11
Science Expo at Cabrillo College - 11a.m.-1p.m. STEM Building (Building 800)
Oct. 20

 

First Essay/Personal Statement Workshop (see article above for more dates)

Oct. 27
CyberSession Classes Begin
Oct. 29

Halloween and Dia de los Muertos Event, Aptos - Cafeteria, 12pm - 3pm (see article above)

Oct. 30
Halloween and Dia de los Muertos Event, Watsonville Center Lobby, 1pm - 3pm (see article above)
Oct. 31

Deadline to apply for Fall 2014 Student Loan

Oct. 31

Free Halloween Concert - 88 Keys Piano Club (see article above)

Nov 3 College & Career Night - 6 - 8pm in Gym, Library, and Cafeteria (see article above)

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Thank You 

 

 

Thank you for reading the second e-newsletter of this school year. 

 

Sincerely,

 

Christopher D Reinoldson

Student Trustee

ASCC Student Senate

 
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Phone: 831.477.3219
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