Monthly Archives: September 2009

Upcoming Events

Thursday September 10, 2009 SGA ELECTION!!!!!!! Please VOTE Online in the SGA Blackboard Site Ping Pong Club will be holding an informational meeting from 11:00am-11:30am Volleyball practice will be held at Pulaski Church of God from 5:30pm-8:30pm Friday September 11, … Continue reading

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Deaf Awareness Week

The Center for The Deaf and Hard of Hearing will sponsor several events in observation of Deaf Awareness Week September 21-25. This is an international observation to commemorate the accomplishments of deaf people as well as increase awareness of the … Continue reading

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Celebrate Constitution Week!

That amazing document called the Constitution of the United States of America was created on September 17th, 1787 in Philadelphia Pennsylvania.  Celebrate the 222nd anniversery of this historic event during Constitution Week September 14th-18th.  Student Activities is sponsoring an American … Continue reading

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Patriot Day Observation

The students who arrived on campus this fall fresh from high school were in the fifth grade on that warm, clear September day when terror and death united this country and changed our perspective of the world forever.  Patriot Day … Continue reading

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Higher Ed Budget Cuts Announced

Tuesday September 8th brought gloomy news from Governor Tim Kaine as he announced the cold hard numbers to cope with in the state budget deficit.  Along with layoffs of state employees, Governor Kaine’s budget will reduce the funding to higher … Continue reading

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VOTE! SGA Elections Thursday and Friday

Exercise your democratic rights and vote in the Student Government Association elections tomorrow and Friday.  You don’t have to leave the comfort of your computer to participate!  Simply log in to Blackboard (even if you do not have any Blackboard … Continue reading

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World Class Harper to Play at NRCC

Eve Watters, Virginia Commission for the Arts Touring artist will bring her magical Celtic harp to entertain students and staff at NRCC in observation of Constitution Week.  Ms. Watters has travelled the world in her career as a musician and … Continue reading

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