The Sneden Cafe will have a week of grand opening specials from February 22nd–25th:
- Monday 22nd | Purchase a Salad or Sandwich and get a Free Bag of Chips
- Tuesday 23rd | Purchase any Bagel, Muffin or Pastry and get a Free 16oz Hot Beverage
- Wednesday 24th | Grilled House Panini with Fruit Cup & 20 oz Soda $3.50
- Thursday 25th | Half Price Big as Your Head Cookie
In addition – stop by and take a survey to win Raider Dollars! (four prizes of $25). Visit www.grcc.edu/snedencafe for more information
GRCC Players present “Art of Murder” A comedy by Joe DiPietro. Wednesday, 2/24/2010 will be a benefit performance – all proceeds benefit the Haitian Relief Fund (started by GRCC’s Student Congress)…ticket cost for GRCC Students/Staff – $5. Regular performances Thursday, 2/25/2010 through Saturday, 2/27/2010 at 8pm in the Spectrum Theater (160 Fountain NE).
From the description: “The ideal artist: famous, productive and … DEAD!” Art of Murder is a comedy whirlwind of thrills, chills and laughs…it will keep you guessing who is to be killed and who is the killer. Caution: graphic language and situations.
GRCC Alumni Chris Grooms directs the following students in this face-paced comedy-thriller: Danielle Slot, Gary Kilgore, Erin Field & Kristopher Bottrall. Please join us for an evening of laughs and suspense! There will be a reception following the opening night performance on Thursday, 2/25/2010. Call 616-234-3946 to purchase tickets … or purchase tickets at the door.
Recently Tim Koets (Computer Applications) suffered the loss of his mother. Funeral services will be held 1:00 p.m. Wednesday in the Chapel at Calvary Church, 707 E. Beltline N.E. with Rev. Tom Couch officiating. Interment in Holy Cross Cemetery. Those who would like to pay their respects may visit the Reyers North Valley Chapel from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Tuesday. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Faith Hospice-Trillium Woods. Reyers North Valley Chapel. The full obituary is available here.
This video comes from a training session offered by the Learning Academy on best practices for using social media presented by Derek DeVries in the Communications Department. For more information, visit Derek’s blog (which focuses on communication, technology and higher education) at www.derekdevries.org
(PS – It’s weird writing about yourself in the third person – I feel like Dion Sanders).
This Raider Salute came from Kimberly Musser in the Math department:
“The Math Dept would like to thank the GRCC Bookstore for their generous donation of inkpens, pencils and folders to supply us for our upcoming Math Challenge event. “
Courtesy of the Learning Academy, here’s a quick tip on using what we used to call “toolbars”- now called “ribbons” – in Word 2007: