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Mark your calendars! 2013 Commencement takes place May 14, 7:00 p.m. at the Hampton Coliseum. Rehearsal is scheduled for April 23, 12:00 p.m. at the Gator Cafe.
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Thomas Nelson Community College will host Student Activities Day on Tuesday, September 6 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Students are invited to gather in the campus courtyard near Griffin Hall to meet the 2011-12 Student Government Association leaders and learn more about Student Life at TNCC.
The event will feature Comedian Jonathan Burns as special guest. Back at TNCC by popular demand, Burns specializes in stand-up comedy, juggling, contortionism, and sideshow stunts. When he is not performing at festivals and colleges around the globe, he completes graphic design projects for other performers.
For more information about Student Activities Day, please call TNCC’s Office of Student Activities at 825-2863.
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The Peninsula Workforce Development Center in Hampton will be the site of the Future Business Leaders of America’s (FBLA) Regional Conference Monday, October 26 at 3 p.m. The semi-annual event is a gathering for high school students who are members of the organization at schools in the TNCC service area.
TNCC Historic Triangle Provost William Travis, who serves as regional director of FBLA’s Thomas Nelson region, says he expects more than 120 students at this year’s event.
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Eleven Thomas Nelson Community College (TNCC) Computer Arts students will present their work in “Keyframed.” Free and open to the public, the portfolio exhibit will be held Tuesday, Oct. 13 from 4 to 7 p.m. in Templin Hall on the Hampton campus. This is the sixth year for the exhibit. “The show is vital to students because they are presenting their work publicly for the first time,” said Cecilia Wheeler, Associate Professor of Art and Computer Arts Department Head at TNCC.
The show is part of ART 193: Studies in Art, an elective course that allows students to concentrate on developing a professional portfolio. “The portfolios are multimedia files so they include advanced motion graphics, using our new green screen studio and the industry-standard software we teach. In addition, the students created their own DVD with the DVD authoring software as well as other promotional materials, business cards and promo packets,” Wheeler said.
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Virginia native and best-selling author David Baldacci comes to the College’s Dr. Mary T. Christian Auditorium Thursday, October 15 for a 7:00 p.m. presentation called “Life Between the Pages.” Baldacci will share humorous tales of his experiences in researching and writing novels.
Sponsored by the Virginia Peninsula Literary Consortium (VPLC), the presentation/book-signing on TNCC’s Hampton campus is free to the public, but tickets are required. Free tickets for the event are now available at the public libraries of Newport News, Hampton, Poquoson and York County and the academic libraries of Christopher Newport University, Hampton University and Thomas Nelson Community College. All participating libraries are VPLC members.
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Seventy-five students in grades 10 and 11 from throughout the Greater Peninsula are invited to Thomas Nelson Community College (TNCC) in November to participate in Fall Exploratory Saturday, a Governor’s Academy for Innovation, Technology and Engineering (GAITE) event designed to introduce high school students to engineering technology. For the second consecutive year, TNCC will be host site to the event which takes place Nov. 7 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on the Hampton campus.
This year marks the first time the event will reach high school students as last year’s Fall Exploratory Saturday activities catered to middle school students.