History & Culture
Elizabeth Classroom Building
This year’s Sensoria Festival includes voices of metro Charlotte youth service project leaders presented by nonprofit Mothering Across Continents. As part of Sensoria, more than 100 high school students will participate in the Any1Can: You’re It Global Youth Service Summit, Saturday, April 5.
The Herban Legend is a gourmet food truck based in Charlotte, NC. They specialize in American and International street food. The menus are created from a love of food and travel. Chef Brian Seeley draws on his global experiences to bring authentic international cuisine home to North Carolina.
1st Floor, Overcash Lobby
Come expand your knowledge as CPCC students and faculty showcase a global learning experience. History and Psychology collaborate to bring this interactive, student-driven, academic and cultural exchange.
This event will run from 9:30 am - 1:45 pm.
2nd Floor, Overcash Lobby
Think you’ve got what it takes? Know more about the world around you then your friends? After visiting the World Experience Event, join CPCC’s Global Learning Office for a chance to test your global knowledge. We will have trivia questions and games correlating to the regions covered in the World Experience event. Prizes will be available for our top participants.
CPCC Campus Quad
On Wednesday, April 9th, from 9am-3pm in the CPCC Central Campus Quad, local community members, together with CPCC students, faculty and staff, who are interested in being added to the National Bone Marrow Registry, will visit Central Piedmont Community College’s (CPCC) Central Campus to participate in Project Life’s 3rd annual bone marrow donor typing drive.
Levine Campus, Room 1320
It is not by a focus on improving individual parts that the greatest sports development hinges, but by a focus on the whole Self (or Being). In our modern quest for success, we tend to forget this this inner and ancient mystery of Self. We look elsewhere for our answers. We expect to find them round about us, in our techniques and our technologies. We are mistaken. The real answers lie within. Sports development occurs from the inside –out, from the inner dimensions of self to the outer dimensions of play and performance. Drawing a page from the sacred; all power and progress already exists within you.
Levine Campus, Room 2150
The CPCC Film Club hosts 3 professional filmmakers/educators from Charlotte and Asheville who will present their works and engage in discussions with the audience about how they develop their ideas. “Invisible Worlds, Constructed Realities” explores how artists transform ideas into stories and how the reception of their work contributes to the continued construction of collective belief systems.
Our perspective of self-image and “beauty” is often clouded by our own distorted reflections of self and by the altered images promoted widely in mass media. Join us as we explore perspectives of beauty through illustration and portraiture, considering internal and external perspectives of REAL beauty.
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