What does a climate change talk, an international fair, and a production of Charles Dicken’s A Christmas Carol have in common? They’re all happening this week at Capilano University!
- International Education Week — Join us for International Education Week! Enjoy samples from an international tea bar, experience a cultural show-and-tell through booth exhibits created in collaboration with Capilano U students and employees, and come out to enjoy a foreign film. November 14 to 18
- Program information meeting & open houses — Want to learn more about programs at Cap? Attend one of the many open houses, general info nights and program information meetings offered throughout the year! Upcoming sessions:
- Education Assistant – Tuesday, November 15
- Education Assistant (Sechelt Campus) – Wednesday, November 16
- Tourism Management for International Students – Thursday, November 17
- EarthWorks Speaker Series: Catalysts & Conservation — Earthworks presents Creating a Climate for Change: Pipeline Politics & Protests with Tzeporah Berman. A generation ago Berman stood with protesters blocking the devastation of Clayoquot Sounds forests. Today, she compels us to take urgent action on climate change, and confront the economic and environmental disasters associated with fossil fuels. Tuesday, November 15
- ChatLive — This informal discussion series explores a broad cross-section of provocative ideas and issues drawn from the many different academic disciplines represented on campus. Come meet new people, engage in thought-provoking discussion and eat free pizza! Registration recommended, but drop in’s are welcome!
- First Nations Youth Perspective – This week’s discussion is hosted by First Nations liaison officer, Clay Little. Thursday, November 17
- A Christmas Carol — Cap’s resident theatre company, Exit 22 productions, presents this highly inventive circus adaptation of the classic Dickens tale, A Christmas Carol. The show features an Edwardian company of shabby and third rate travelling players and clowns about to enact the Dickens story. The troupe soon discovers that the actors playing Scrooge and Tiny Tim have abandoned the tour; so the prop person eagerly volunteers for the part of Tim while the cynical stage manager must be forcibly drafted to play the old miser. A perfect show for all ages and the season. November 17 to 27
- Organic Fridays Concert #1 — Capilano Jazz Studies faculty members are joined by organist, Nick Peck, in a concert of funky and soulful jazz featuring a 1950s vintage Hammond C3 organ. This will be the first of a series of intimate concerts celebrating the recent arrival of this fabulous instrument and the renovation of our cozy concert space. Admission is free, but seating is limited so register for tickets in advance! Friday, November 18
- Volleyball: Capilano University Blues vs. VIU Mariners — The Capilano University Blues women’s and men’s volleyball teams host the VIU Mariners for back-to-back games. Come out to the Sportsplex to support the Blues! Friday, November 18 and Saturday, November 19
- Spring 2017 Registration and Waitlisting — November 14 to 23, 2016. For further details, please view the complete Academic Schedule.
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