On Monday, March 7, the GRCC Campus Activities team participated in a surprise spring break activity. The event was called, Give and Take. They began their day with service and volunteered with Habitat for Humanity. Students and advisors participated in various activities to improve an existing home located on the Southwest side of Grand Rapids.
They hung siding, prepared wood finishes for re-staining, and installed insulation in the basement of the home. In the evening the Campus Activities members were surprised and brought to the JW Marriott Grand Rapids Kitchen Stadium where they broke off in 2 teams for a 2-course meal battle (a la Iron Chef).
Each team was required to create a sushi course and an entree course from a variety of ingredients. Led by a seasoned JW chef, each team created a delicious meal that included a salmon roll and vegetarian sushi roll, NY strip steaks, a variety of sauces and potato side dishes, brussel sprouts and more. Each team was judged on creativity, taste and presentation – and the women of Campus Activities were deemed the overall winners by the panel of JW judges.
The Weekend List: Taproot, Kapsalis & Ivanovic, Larry Garner, Barb Barton and Musicians Against Homelessness
Published: Wednesday, March 09, 2011, 6:15 AM | John Sinkevics | The Grand Rapids Press
[…] Thursday – These talented and internationally acclaimed acoustic guitarists were just here playing Grand Rapids Community College and now they’re back at Founders Brewing Co., 235 Grandville Ave. SW: Andreas Kapsalis and Goran Ivanovic perform a free show at 9:30 p.m. Thursday. (More)
Michigan Football Movie: 50 Cent On Authenticity
Sports by Brooks | Posted by Brooks on Mar. 08, 2011, 12:57pm
Remember last year when 50 Cent released a couple Twitter photos that revealed a sudden, startling weight loss? The public was aghast, thinking that Mr. Cent was perhaps the victim of health problems. […] Perhaps they blew the marketing budget on football uniforms, which for some reason bear a striking resemblance to Grand Rapids Community College’s football team. (More)
Recently, GRCC Professors Keith St. Clair and GRCC Professor Roland Gani (Egyptian born) discussed the 2011 Egyptian Revolution. GRCC’s Media Technologies department was able to capture the discussion and it’s now available on YouTube:
The new line-up of programming on the College Channel for the next two weeks is now available online. As always most programs can be found on our Youtube channel at www.youtube.com/grcc and all of programming can be found online at www.grcc.tv and on Comcast Cable Channel 28 or AT&T U-Verse Channel 903.
Some of the programs now airing include: Exploring Our Energy Future: Economics of Energy, Kendall College presents: Every Picture Tells a Story Roundtable, Kendall College Presents: An Evening With Dr. Nell Irvin, Aquinas Lunchtime Lectures – Glenn Barkan – Vietnam, World Affairs Great Decisions 2011: “Payback Time? The Global Financial Crisis,” World Affairs Great Decisions 2011: Gunther M. Hega, World Affairs Great Decisions 2011: Senator Carl Levin, Calvin College January Series: Twesigye Jackson Kaguri, Calvin College January Series: Father Greg Boyle, Calvin College January Series: Temple Grandin, and Calvin College January Series: Andy Crouch.