Events for Monday, Feb 04, 2019

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Lancaster Campus, SGA Student Forum

The SGA takes great pleasure in inviting you to the SGA Open Forum.  We believe that all studens should let their voice be heard.  Let us know what matters to you1

For more information or to get involved, please stop by the Student Development Department located in Main Building, Room 105 or call 717-358-2858.

 

What’s Stressing you Out? at the Harrisburg Campus

Our stress & anxiety management workshops are much more than tips and techniques for relieving stress. We provide necessary skills for identifying and managing the sources of stress, rather than simply treating the symptoms. The foundations for this stress management framework are in learning to take ownership for proactively managing every difficult situation you encounter at school and in your personal life.

 

  • Feb. 4 Session I. What’s Stressing you Out?

  • Feb. 11 Session II. When Stress is more than you can Handle

  • Feb. 18 Session III. Cognitive Behavioral Reframing your Thinking

  • Feb. 25 Session IV. Fun Activities as we approach MIDTERMS

  • March 11 Session V. Coping Skills to Deal with Stress

  • March 18 Session VI. Activities to Relax

  • March 25 Session VII. The Labyrinth (Walking involved) meet outside of Cooper 219

  • April 1 Session VIII. Making Connections to Deal with Stress

  • April 8 Session IX. Color and Sip Activity

  • April 15 Session X. Fun Activities as we approach FINALS

RSVP preferred due to space limitation. Please include your name, HACCid and the workshop, date/time you plan to attend. Please use this link. To sign up. If faculty are interested in bringing a class, please email or call 212422. Email – amcampbe@hacc.edu

Gettysburg Campus: Pennsylvania African-American in the Fight for Freedom

Pennsylvania African-Americans in the Fight for Freedom

February 4, 11 a.m.–Noon, Robert C. Hoffman Community Room, HACC’s Gettysburg Campus

 

This program, presented by Peter C. Miele, chief operating officer and director of education, Seminary Ridge Museum in Gettysburg, aims to illuminate some of the finer points of African-American experience in the Civil War. African-Americans, in many cases, displayed enthusiasm about serving their country during the Civil War, viewing it as a way to destroy the institution of slavery and fight for equal rights. The white northern Federal government and general public, on the other hand, were not energetic about the prospect, preventing African-Americans from serving in uniform until the second year of the war. This discussion examines these barriers to service and looks at three specific instances of African-American service as it relates to Pennsylvania, namely the experience of Pennsylvania men in the 54th Massachusetts, the organization of a company of African-Americans at Gettysburg, and the combat of two companies of men who fought at Wrightsville during the Confederate invasion.

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