Tuesday, December 3, 7 pm, Library Living Room
Barry is the author of the best selling novels, The Lace Reader and The Map of True Places. The Lace Reader is set in Salem, Massachusetts, the American town famous for the Salem witch trials. The novel came to be well known for its unusual route to mainstream publishing. The Map of True Places is also set in Salem and has the same atmosphere. There will be time for book signing and questions after the presentation.
All Wings of Knowledge events are free and open to the public.
NHTI remembered Hunger and Homeless Awareness Week November 12-15 with several events on campus. Campus Activities Board hosted an informational BINGO Night, North Hall screened The Pursuit of Happyness, six students volunteered at the Friendly Kitchen, the Ortho Blast Club held a clothing and food drive, Alternative Spring Break held a hat and mitten drive, and the Social Science Department sponsored a lecture showcasing the effects of homelessness on young people. The culminating event for the week was the Hunger Banquet. Sixty students, faculty, and staff members attended the event where they learned about the realities of being hungry. Hunger and Homeless Awareness Week was facilitated by Student Life Intern, Amber Bryson, and food for the Hunger Banquet was generously donated by Chartwells.
NHTI's Heidi Schmidt (r) and uja Patel (l) partake of the food at the Hunger Banquet.
Many students, faculty and staff
The Fall Sports Athletics Banquet was held Friday, November 15. The following NHTI Student Athletes earned awards.
CC team runner Cassie Graham (Most Valuable Female Runner)
Women's Soccer Coach Steve Ambra (l) awards Cassie Lacroix (r)her Most Valuable Player plaque.
Women's Volleyball Coach Renée Zobel enjoys a picture her student athletes gave her celebrating their 2013 YSCC Championship.
Congratulations! Go LYNX!
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Education Department Head Kelly Dunn and one of her Education Program students Gitara Strong was featured in the Wednesday, November 20th Concord Monitor about the Reading Buddies program they are partnering in with Broken Ground School. (Photos courtesy of the Concord Monitor)
NHTI Professor Kelly Dunn reads with Broken Ground School third grader Ben Johnson (above), and NHTI Education Program student Gitara King reads with Broken Ground School third grader Nick DiBuono (below). Broken Ground School in Concord is establishing a buddy reading partnership with NHTI. Volunteers from the college to read with students during independent reading time. The program helps students who struggle with reading (and even those that don’t) by having someone to read with and talk to about the reading they are doing.
“The Last Night of Ballyhoo”
Friday, December 6 &