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(To post an event, please email details to webmaster@highline.edu)
Recurring Events
July 2015   ^top^
Monday - Friday,
July 27 - July 31
MaST Center Kids Summer Camp ~ FREE ~ Application due May 15 ~ more info
August 2015   ^top^
Tuesday,
Aug. 4
Writing Workshop ~ Using Sources, Part 2 - Quoting & Citing Your Sources ~ 1:30pm - 2:20pm ~ Building 26, room 319i (Writing Center) ~ Let’s continue our discussion of using sources, this time with a focus on how to use quotes and avoid plagiarism by crediting your sources properly.
Wednesday,
Aug. 5
Writing Workshop ~ Using Sources, Part 2 - Quoting & Citing Your Sources ~ 10:30am - 11:20am ~ Building 26, room 319i (Writing Center) ~ Let’s continue our discussion of using sources, this time with a focus on how to use quotes and avoid plagiarism by crediting your sources properly.

Food Drive ~ 11am - 2pm ~ HSU, Building 8 ~ Door prize giveaway. Please bring non-perishable canned or boxed items.
Thursday,
Aug. 6
Open Mic Readings ~ 1:30 - 2:30pm ~ Building 26, room 319i (Writing Center) ~ Students, staff & faculty bring your writing to share and/or come to hear others read.
Tuesday,
Aug. 11
Writing Workshop ~ Self-Assessment & Writing Portfolio Cover Letters ~ 1:30pm - 2:20pm ~ Building 26, room 319i (Writing Center) ~ This workshop, geared for English 101 and 91/98, will help you to assess your own writing and write a strong portfolio cover-letter. To get the most out of this workshop, bring drafts of your final portfolio.
Wednesday,
Aug. 12
Writing Workshop ~ Self-Assessment & Writing Portfolio Cover Letters ~ 10:30am - 11:20am ~ Building 26, room 319i (Writing Center) ~ This workshop, geared for English 101 and 91/98, will help you to assess your own writing and write a strong portfolio cover-letter. To get the most out of this workshop, bring drafts of your final portfolio.
  Thursday,
Aug. 13
End of 8-week summer quarter session ~ no classes; most faculty are off campus
  Aug. 24-Sept. 18 Quarter break ~ no classes; most faculty are off campus
Sept. 2015   ^top^
Thursday,
Sept. 3
Open Mic Readings ~ 1:30 - 2:30pm ~ Building 26, room 319i (Writing Center) ~ Students, staff & faculty bring your writing to share and/or come to hear others read.
Monday,
Sept. 7
Labor Day ~ all offices closed
Tuesday - Friday,
Sept. 22-25
Opening Week ~ details pending
Thursday,
Sept. 24
Campus Welcome Fair ~ details pending
Monday,
Sept. 28
Fall quarter begins
Wednesday,
Sept. 30
Board of Trustees meeting ~ 10am ~ Building 25, 5th floor, Board Room ~ Agenda posted online a few days prior to the meeting.
Oct. 2015 Disability Awareness Month  ~ www.loc.gov/disabilityawareness
Domestic Violence Awareness Month ~ www.ncadv.org
Hispanic Heritage Month ~ hispanicheritagemonth.gov
LGBPTQIA History Month ~ www.lgbthistorymonth.com
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Thursday,
Oct. 1
Open Mic Readings ~ 1:30 - 2:30pm ~ Building 26, room 319i (Writing Center) ~ Students, staff & faculty bring your writing to share and/or come to hear others read.
Thursday,
Oct. 15
Great Washington Shakeout Drill ~ Round 2 ~ Entire College community; students, faculty and staff will be asked to perform the Drop-Cover-and-Hold On drill when they hear the emergency alert.
Friday,
Oct. 16
Professional Development Day ~ no classes; all offices closed
Nov. 2015   ^top^
Wednesday - Thursday,
Nov. 4-5
Faculty & Staff of Color Conference (FSOCC) ~ Twenty Years: Where are we Now? and Where are we Going? ~ Lakeway Inn & Conference Center, Bellingham, Washington ~ more info
Thursday,
Nov. 5
Open Mic Readings ~ 1:30 - 2:30pm ~ Building 26, room 319i (Writing Center) ~ Students, staff & faculty bring your writing to share and/or come to hear others read.
   
Wednesday,
Nov. 11
Veterans Day ~ no classes; all offices closed
Thursday,
Nov. 19
Board of Trustees meeting ~ 10am ~ Building 25, 5th floor, Board Room ~ Agenda posted online a few days prior to the meeting.
Wednesday,
Nov. 25
The college closes at 4 p.m.  Classes that begin at 5 p.m. or later do not meet.
Thursday, Friday
Nov. 26, 27
Thanksgiving Holiday ~ no classes, all offices closed, no Science Seminar
Dec. 2015 ^top^
Thursday,
Dec. 3
Open Mic Readings ~ 1:30 - 2:30pm ~ Building 26, room 319i (Writing Center) ~ Students, staff & faculty bring your writing to share and/or come to hear others read.
Thursday,
Dec. 10
Board of Trustees meeting ~ 10am ~ Building 25, 5th floor, Board Room ~ Agenda posted online a few days prior to the meeting.
Monday,
Dec. 14
Fall quarter ends
Dec. 21-Jan. 8 Quarter break - no classes
Thursday,
Dec. 24
The college closes at 4 p.m.
Friday,
Dec. 25
Christmas Day ~ all offices closed
Thursday,
Dec. 31
The college closes at 4 p.m.


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