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What's Happening at Cañada: Week of October 24, 2016


Week of October 24, 2016

 
October 25

Cañada Women’s Soccer vs Ohlone College

Cañada College
4 p.m.

Cheer on the Colts as they take on Ohlone College!

 

October 26

University Visit: Grand Canyon University

The Grove
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Come meet representatives from Grand Canyon University.


Halloween Celebration with the Library

Upper Lawn
Noon-2 p.m.

The Cañada College Library will host mocktails, pumpkin carving, and button making. All are welcome to enjoy spooky refreshments, customized Halloween buttons and learn more about Library resources!


STEM Speaker Series - “A Man-Made Earthquake Surge in the Central US

Building 6, Room 101/102
5-6 p.m.

Learn about earthquakes caused by human activity.  Featured speaker is Justin Rubinstein, a Research Geophysicist at the US Geological Survey in Menlo Park.

 
 
October 27

Halloween & Dia De Los Muertos

The Grove
9 a.m.-1 p.m. & 7-8 p.m.

Join Student Senate for the biggest party of the semester! Costume contests, music, games, food, and more! Be sure to bring your Cañada Fall 2016 Student Body Card to participate.


CSU & UC Applications

Building 9, Room 106
1 -2:30 p.m.

These workshops will guide you to complete CSU & UC Applications. This includes Transfer GPA calculation, how to report your coursework, and report ADT degrees on CSU applications (if applicable).

 
 
October 28

Cañada Men’s Soccer vs West Valley College

Cañada College Soccer Field
4 p.m.

Cheer on the Colts as they take on West Valley College!


Cañada Women’s Volleyball vs. Ohlone College

Cañada College Gym
6:30 p.m.

Cheer on the Colts as they take on Ohlone College!

College Visit – Cal Poly/San Luis Obispo Preview Day

Sign up at Learning Center, Building 9, Second Floor
Visit runs from: 6 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Sign up in the Learning Center Front Desk to attend this off-campus College visit!

 

October 30

Redwood Symphony Concert – Family Halloween Concert

Cañada College Main Theater (Building 3)
3 p.m.

Mancini: Baby Elephant Walk
Elfman: Theme from Batman
Saint-Saëns: Finale from the “Organ” Symphony (excerpt)
Mussorgsky: Night on Bald Mountain
A Sousa march (to be announced) conducted by ten lucky* children

$25 adult ($30 at door) $15 children Tickets are available online until the evening before the concert (subject to availability), and otherwise at the door. There are no Senior, Student, or Free Child tickets for this event.


October 31

UC Applications

Building 16, Room 110
2-3 p.m.

These workshops will guide you to complete UC Admission application, including UC Admission policies, and how to report your coursework.


Personal Insight Questions

Building 9, Room 123
12 -1 p.m.

These workshops will guide you to start your personal insight questions and provide you with tips to make your answers more effective. *Will be presented by UC Berkeley.



November 1

Cañada Women’s Soccer vs Chabot College

Cañada College
4 p.m.

Cheer on the Colts as they take on Chabot College!


November 2

CSU Applications

Building 16, Room 110
12 – 1 p.m.

These workshops will guide you to complete CSU Admissions application, including Transfer GPA calculation, how to report your course work, and report ADT degree.

 

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