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February 17, 2021

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Wednesday, February 17, 2021

All Day Hands only CPR (Multi-Day Event)
MWCC SNA has a yearly project that is done in an effort to support the community. This year we have continued the task of teaching hands only CPR with one major change.
Previously teachings were calculated via signatures obtained from individuals that we taught how to perform hands only CPR. Now the calculation is done via social media.
We have a specific hashtag, #CPRSavesLivesMWCC  Each time this tag is used, it will count as a signature. For every like, comment and share we get a "signature".
this can be done via any social media platform including twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc.  we currently have an Instagram account @hands_only_cpr which has a few posts to get us started. If you would like you can follow the account and tag it in any posts that you make with the #
Remember this is done in correlation with the American Heart Association and all posts should be appropriate and educational. with that being said, we do need to try and get "likes" so humor, as long as it is appropriate is ok.
Lets Save Lives!!

Hosted by: Student Nurses Association

Additional Information can be found at: LOCATION: Online
All Day Spring 2021 Event Box Request (Multi-Day Event)
Get your Spring 2021 Event Box today and have all of the needed supplies to join in our hands-on virtual events. We only have 100 boxes available that will be distributed on a first come basis along with your availability to attend the scheduled events. Complete the Spring 2021 Event Box Request Form to be added to the mailing list.

Hosted by: MWCC Student Life Office

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Additional Information can be found at: LOCATION: Online
All Day Weekly Contest: President's Day Jigsaw Puzzle (Multi-Day Event)
Test your skill with this virtual jigsaw puzzle featuring George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. The student with the fastest time will win a $25 Amazon Gift Card.
How to play:

Follow the link
Click on “Start a new game” if prompted
Hover over “Play As” and click “99”
Hover over the three dots on the bottom left corner of the screen, click on “restart”
Click “OK”
Complete the puzzle as quickly as possible and then take a screenshot. Be sure to include your time and the number of pieces in the picture.
Complete the President’s Day Puzzle Submission Form and upload your screenshot.

All entries must be received between Monday, 2/15 at 8am and Friday, 2/19 at 12pm. Please note that the submission form is only available during this time frame.

Hosted by: MWCC Student Life Office

Additional Information can be found at: LOCATION: Virtual
All Day Beginner's Python Workshop (Multi-Day Event)
Over the course of two weeks, we will be working to build our very own password generator using the Python coding language. We will begin with an initial Zoom meeting on 2/16 to introduce one another and get started, but from then afterward the project will be self-paced. Please submit source code to no later than 12:00 pm on Thursday, March 4 with the subject line "STEM Club Coding (Your Name)".
Prizes will be awarded to the authors of the most efficient code, the cleanest code, and the most creative code.
To get started, visit the STEM Club's InvolveMount page and download the .pdf instructions on how to download and install Pycharm, the program we will be using over the course of this workshop.
Please note that submissions will only be accepted from MWCC-affiliated email addresses!

Hosted by: STEM Club

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Additional Information can be found at: LOCATION: Online
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM CATS Programming Group Meeting
Join the CATS (Campus Activity Team for Students) Programming Group weekly meeting. Each week we will discuss upcoming events and critique past events. Help improve the events offered for students and get first hand experience planning events. CATS members get to "test" new ideas and help make the events more fun and engaging. You'll have an opportunity to learn new skills, practice being a leader, and impact what happens at MWCC.
RSVP to the event and the Zoom link will be emailed to you on the day of the meeting.

Hosted by: Campus Activity Team for Students

Additional Information can be found at: LOCATION: RSVP to the event and the Zoom link will be emailed to you.
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM Dialogue - COVID-19 and Detention Centers
Join us on Wednesday, February 17th from 12:30-1:30p for a dialogue: COVID-19 and Detention Centers.
*Please note the date was swapped from the 10th to the 17th due to scheduling conflicts.
Guest Speaker: Cindy Salazar - Attorney at Law
Are you an MWCC student, staff or faculty member? RSVP by logging into InvolveMount.
Don't have an account with us? Email over to Rose Calder at to RSVP and receive the Zoom link to attend.
Part of the Spring 2021 Brewer Center "Engage Beyond Voting" Series

Hosted by: Brewer Center for Civic Learning & Community Engagement

Additional Information can be found at: LOCATION: Online
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM Art Club in conversation with UK artist Tommy Barr
The Art Club is pleased to present UK artist Tommy Barr.A conversation with the artist including artwork and a short video. 
Tommy Barr has regularly been described as a true renaissance man. He is a Northern Ireland based artist and designer, born in Dromore and with his studio in Banbridge. Tommy has spent most of his working life in these small towns on the outskirts of the capital city, Belfast. 
Tommy describes his recent £15 million redesign of Belfast’s digital infrastructure as focused on building the environment for the next generation of artists. This was clearly a deliberate act of renaissance. He previously designed the data warehouse for the Lord Chancellor’s Department in London, England. This provided the information to support decision making for the redesign of the UK’s Justice System which was undertaken shortly after the millennium. 
As a schoolboy cyclist Tommy qualified and competed in the Northern Irish and All Ireland Schoolboy Championships. Both times finishing in the midst of the Peloton. 
However, it is as an artist that Tommy is best known. He has exhibited extensively across Europe, the Middle East and beyond and considers this travel an essential part of his practice. Tommy finds inspiration in the lives of those he meets and the places they inhabit. Today works by Tommy are held in major public collections, including the national galleries of Jordan and Bulgaria, the French National Archive and the national museums of Ireland, Romania and Malta. 
Tommy’s works rely on symbolism, reflecting the world around him via a distinctive and very personal form of abstraction. In discussing his work, Clodagh Doyle, Curator at the National Museum of Ireland, observes that “the land determines the people’s existence and shapes an identity linking them to the landscape. Tommy’s works further define our connection to our land, to our beliefs and to our identity”. 
Tommy is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (UK) and an executive member of the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences (NYC). 

Hosted by: Art Club

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Additional Information can be found at: LOCATION: Online

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