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November 1, 2018

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Thursday, October 25, 2018

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Halloween Party
Heroes and Villains Unite!

Join Student Life & Leadership for the return of our Halloween Party!

Admission: $5.00 (CASH ONLY)
All money and donations will support student organizations. Tickets can be purchased at the Student Life & Leadership office from September 24th through the day of the event.

Activities will include a costume contest, games, food, candy, prizes, and more! 
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Thursday, November 01, 2018

EMS - Instructor/Coordinator
This class running every Thursday, for 16 weeks: 8/23 - 12/20/2018
(with exception of 2 dates- class does not meet Th.Nov.8 or Th.Nov.22)
Start Day Bread and Religion: Culinary Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
Almost every society in the world eats bread in some form. Bread is both representative of greater ideals, as well as commonly used in religious rituals. In fact, divinities in nearly all cultures are associated with grain. The way in which wheat produces, from dying grain to rising spike, created associations with the idea of resurrection.
Students in Chef Rick Michel's baking courses will research these topics and present their findings in this student-created exhibit.

The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 63409
Start Day Food and Religion: Culinary Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
The word religion is derived from a Latin term meaning "to bind or tie together." Religion is frequently part of one's core identity and often considered the root and lead of culture in the western tradition.
In their tenth semester creating an exhibit, the Macomb Culinary Institute presents: Food and Religion: A Student-Created Exhibit. Students in Chef Scott O'Farrell's and Chef Ray Hollingsworth's Culinary Arts classes converge to explore the connections between culinary arts and world religions.
Begin in the Library lobby and retrieve a map of the exhibit, which is stationed in multiple areas on the first and second floors. At each station, read about the dietary practices, food laws, ceremonial/holy day meals, and cultural implications of connecting food and religion throughout the world.

The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 63410
Start Day Wine and Religion: Culinary Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
As early as 4000 BCE, Egyptians connected several goods with wine, including Hathor who was honored on a monthly "Day of Intoxication." The Greeks, too, acclaimed Dionysus as the patron of wine, a great gift lavished upon mankind by Zeus, the god of air, light, and heat. Nearly all Roman religious festivals coincided with important phases of the grape-growing and wine-producing agricultural cycle. Furthermore, Asian cultures, also, associate wine with the spiritual, as seen in the casks placed at shrines and altars. Although many recognize wine and its role within Jewish and Christian rituals, it held a broader distinction as "a staple of life" -- consumed by people of all ages and classes.
Students in Sommelier Heather Pusta's Wine Appreciation class will delve into all aspects of the interconnectedness between wine and world religion, and present their conclusions in this student-created exhibit.

The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 63408 
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM Center Stage Lunch Mexico
Reservations are required.  Please call 586.286.2023.
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Fall 2018 Student Success Seminars- How the Brain Learns Naturally

- Discover the basic steps that the brain
  uses to learn new information

- See how the brain assimilates new
  information and grows

- Lean how to control how much you learn
  and when your brain can optimally
  learn new things

 


12:30 PM - 2:30 PM Celebrating Day of the Dead - The Book of Life: Film Viewing
The Book of Life is the journey of Manolo, a young man who is torn between fulfilling the expectations of his family and following his heart. Before choosing which path to follow, he embarks on an incredible adventure that spans three fantastical worlds where he must face his greatest fears. The Book of Life encourages us to celebrate the past while looking forward to the future.

The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 63391
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM Fall 2018 Student Success Seminars- How the Brain Learns Naturally

- Discover the basic steps that the brain
  uses to learn new information

- See how the brain assimilates new
  information and grows

- Lean how to control how much you learn
  and when your brain can optimally
  learn new things

 


5:30 PM - 8:00 PM Northwood University On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Northwood University? Stop in and visit with a Northwood University representative South Campus "C" Building 2nd floor by the business office and discover the possibilities!
No appointment necessary!

Representative:  Ray Wilson

Can't make the visit?  Northwood University is a partner at the Macomb University Center. For more information regarding their program offerings, please contact Ray Wilson by email
wilsonra@northwood.edu


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14500 E. 12 Mile Road
Warren, MI 48088-3896

Phone:586.445.7999
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