Have you heard what's happening On Campus this week?


PAC professor brings history to life
Each semester, Palo Alto College history professor Peter Myers engages students in learning about history by assigning oral history projects in which students interview older generations about their lives. The broad collection of stories is about to get a much bigger audience. 
Scholarship Preview Day

At Scholarship Preview Day, receive assistance completing scholarship applications and the financial aid FAFSA form. Learn more about:
  • The DREAM.US (up to $12,500 total)
  • Harvey Najim Pathways (up to $5,000 total)
  • Texas-STEM and Allied Health Challenge (up to 2,500 per year)
  • And more!
Wednesday, Feb. 22 |  6:30-8:30 p.m.
Ozuna Learning Center

Teatro Palo Alto presents: ¡Bocon!

This is the tale of twelve-year-old Miguel who flees a repressive military regime in Central America for Los Angeles. An irrepressible "big mouth" or "bocón," Miguel loses his voice when his parents are taken by soldiers. He runs away in fear, and meets up with an unusual traveling companion...

Saturday, Feb. 18 and 25 | 7 p.m.
Thursday and Friday, Feb. 23-24 | 9 a.m.
 
Upcoming events

CIMA-LSAMP Application Deadline
Feb. 20 Scholarship Preview Day
Feb. 22
College recruiters on campus
Feb. 21-23 Sustainability Series Lunch & Learn
Feb. 23
Black History Month Panel Discussion
Feb. 21 Teatro Palo Alto presents: ¡Bocon! Feb. 23-25
Art of Happiness Group
Feb. 21 DACA Information Session
Feb. 25
Avi Avalos Gallery100 Exhibition
Feb. 22 Library Exhibit: Bill of Rights & You
Now-Feb. 28
Nursing Program Advising Feb. 22 Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
Now-Apr. 18


Email  pac-pr@alamo.edu  by 4 p.m. on Thursdays for inclusion in the next issue.

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