Armando Rendón, longtime Collegiate Seminar faculty member, is a finalist in the 16th Annual International Latino Book Awards competition for a fantastical tale of a West Side boy’s adventures in the San Antonio of the 1950s—and of 1836.
Enjoy the following events during Sodexo's Sustainability Challenge Week. We will feature a weigh the waste event on Tuesday during Lunch, Fit & Fresh BBQ on Wednesday, Healthy Cooking Demo on Thursday and Local First on Friday.
Mother Agnes-Mariam speaks at SMC - April 29, 2014, 7:00-9:00pm LeFevre Theater
The Crisis in Syria has devastated the lives of millions of innocent people and has preoccupied the world attention for over three years now. For first-hand information on this, don’t miss the talk by Mother Agnes-Mariam and read “Time for A Settlement in Syria” by Patrick Seale at:
In the fall of 2006, a group of peace activists started placing crosses on the hillside opposite the Lafayette BART station. Over time, 4,000 crosses have been added and this memorial is the subject of phtographer Binh Danh's, "The Crosses: A Protest Against Forgetting." Curator, Carol Reif presents a brief history. The exhibit is on display in the Library through April 30.