class 2/13/08?

According to a phone call to my doctor’s office, it sounds to them like my husband and I both have influenza. Right now I am gearing up to be at both classes, at least for awhile. See you soon, I hope! Check back to this blog for any changes. Also, while you’re here, you might check the posts below about on-going free writing workshops in the LRC, Think Pink events today, and the upcoming VC One Act Play Festival.

Think Pink Today 2/13 at VC

VC Psych Prof Lucy Capuano Brewer writes:

Just to let you know that the Psychology Club will have a “Pink Hearts” event today in the quad starting at 10 am.
Students, faculty and staff are invited to write a personal message honoring someone in their lives who has been affected by breast cancer. We will also have pink T Shirts to decorate as well.
The hearts and t-shirts will be displayed in the gym lobby prior to and during our women’s basketball game. (Game starts at 5:30 pm). Please encourage your students to participate.
Thank you all and “Think Pink”
Lucy Capuano Brewer, Psychology Professor
Psychology Club Faculty Advisor
(805) 654-6400 Ext 1272

“Teachers who care accept no excuses.” – William Glasser

http://vcpsychology.homestead.com/Psychology.html

VC Spring 08 writing & other workshops

Here’s a pdf calendar for VC Learning Center Workshops for February and March. Workshops are normally 30-50 minutes in length, are free and are on such topics on note taking, test taking, time management and many other valuable topics.

The Learning Center also offers tutoring in most subjects, plus faculty are always on hand. They prefer for you to schedule an appointment or you can drop-in. Go on Fridays and ask for help from Mike Dixon. He teaches English 1A, 1B, and English 2 and he’s an all around great guy.

If you find any tutors exceptionally helpful, please share with us who they are by commenting below!