What better way to bring in holiday cheer than with some Christmas music to kick off the season right?
On Dec. 3, City College’s Music Department will be hosting a Christmas choir concert in the evening from 7:30-9:30 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center, Room 150.
Chaos in the streets. Anarchy signs everywhere.
Complete pandemonium. This is what Black Friday sales feel like.
First coined by the 1960s Philadelphia police, according to writer Ben Zimmer, this day kicks off the holiday shopping season.
However, as the greed of corporations increase, sales that happen before Black Friday are becoming increasingly popular. A holiday about thankfulness is being forgotten in a sea of self-indulgent capitalism.
Looking for live entertainment Tuesday afternoon on City College’s campus?
The Music Department is hosting a piano recital Nov. 26 at 12:10 p.m. in the Little Theater inside the Performing Arts Center, Room 106. The event will feature four of the department’s faculty playing.
City College music professors Richard Clinger, Virginia Electra, Nancy Lower, as well as Reggie Graham and his trio, will be performing.
This event is free and open to the public. It will feature works by Bach, Chopin and Liszt. Jazz, and original compositions will also be performed.
So if you are looking for some live music during your lunch hour, stop by and listen to what should be some excellent piano playing.
The Los Rios Police Department will host an appreciation reception today for Captain Valerie Cox from 2-4 p.m. in Rodda Hall North 258.
“Captain Cox is being temporarily reassigned to American River College,” said City College Police Department student helper Jake Sanford.
According to the college president’s administrative assistant Pamela Morrison, Los Rios Police Department staff members are often reassigned or rotated in order to guarantee that each officer has proper knowledge regarding the operations of all Los Rios campus.
Are you tired of smoking and would like to quit? Here is your chance to get on the path of wellness to kick the habit.
City College will be hosting the Great American Smoke Out in the Student Center on Nov. 21 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Take part in the motivation to quit smoking. Students who attend will receive information and free resources available to help you on the path of wellness for your body.
For more information please contact Chris Torres at 558-2382.
City College’s Natisha Ram is torn between what she wants for herself and what her mother wants for her. Natisha comes from a family where arranged marriages are common, but Natisha wants to prioritize her education first. She struggles putting all her attention in her studies when she is the breadwinner in her family. Natisha finds herself putting the needs of her family first instead of her education and happiness.
What better way to start Thanksgiving morning than with a run or walk around the streets of Sacramento and helping those in need on this holiday.
Run to Feed the Hungry will take place on the morning of Nov. 28; rain or shine, come run or walk or 5K or 10K. All proceeds benefit Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services.
The race begins on “J” street, west of the entrance to the Sacramento State campus and runs through the tree-lined streets of East Sacramento.