PPCC's Parley released the 2015 edition of the Student Journal! --- Follow the Facebook/Twitter Parley for updates! @ParleyPPCC https://www.facebook.com/parleyacademics
We want to hear from all students, but in anticipation of Veterans Day, we especially want to remind our student veterans to send their “Global Voices” work. The November 1 deadline is approaching, and the entries are starting to come in, but we want more.
Join us for the Parley Student Journal Book Launch on April 23rd at Centennial campus.
It's here! Spread the word far and wide. Parley's first contest of 2015-16 is the “Global Voices” Writing and Art Contest. Submit by November 1. What is your global perspective? Share from your experiences. Categories: Essay, Literary, Visual Arts. $50 first prize in each category. www.ppcc.edu/parley/submissions or email@example.com
Film Screening and Q&A Thurs March 7th RRC E112, 2pm & Fri March 8th CC Theatre, 6pm
Congratulate Malcolm Marchman for his winning essay "A Taste of Honey."
ART ACCEPTED THROUGH JANUARY 31ST! "The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don't have any." --Alice Walker
Please submit writing (essays, fiction, poetry) on Martin Luther King Jr. or the issues of economic, social, or political justice to firstname.lastname@example.org. Student winners will receive a $50 award. December 31st deadline.
Please attend our launch of Parley on Wednesday, May 7th in the Centennial Atrium from 2:30 to 4:00 pm.
Don't miss the Parley Writing and Art contest for Year of Service. Tell us or show us about how you serve others in the community.
Thursday, November 14, 2013 at Noon in the Centennial Campus Theater
Submit writing or artwork by Feb. 21st to email@example.com. Winners will receive a prize and be published in Parley 2014.
Parley 2013 is on its way. Please join us for the Parley Reception on April 25th from 2-4pm at Rampart campus in the W101.
Join us for Parley’s Tell-Tale Reading on October 31st at 3 pm on Centennial campus in the Atrium. The Parley Tell-Tale Reading will be an exciting opportunity to hear the voices of fellow students and even participate in a student-moderated debate. Come for the hot chocolate, a scary story, and some great student readings. This event celebrates the launch of Parley Online (ppcc.edu/parley), so check us out!
What makes you, you? Submit your essay by March 4th. Winners will be published and receive a $50 gift certificate.
Sunday, November 4th at 6pm, see the movie "it's a girl" (the three deadliest words in the world). This movie focuses on gendercide in China and Southeast Asia. The cost is $5. Though this is a non-religious event, it is held at Fellowship Bible Church at 5590 N. Nevada Ave., CS 80918, and sponsored by faith-based organization www.Y360.org.
Colorado Springs has many excellent literary events scheduled for the month of October. Please attend and encourage your students to attend, and take special note of two PPCC literary events: a Student Open Mic on Oct. 16 and our student and faculty Fall Reading on Oct. 29.