Tag: celebration

Breaking Down Boundaries

While I know that Hispanic Heritage Month officially ended on October 15 – perhaps “closing a calendar window” for comment or observation, I wanted to take this opportunity to suggest that tributes to cultural or ethnic heritage cannot be limited to a thirty-day pop up-like event. An origin of heritage months is likely, to some …

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Convocation Reflections

Last week, PVCC held another engaging and successful Learning and Leadership week focusing on our collective roles in the Student First-Year Experience (FYE). Many of the learning week sessions focused on the skills needed to be successful in our virtual learning and working environments. As you know, our work this year and how we interact …

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