Students are encouraged to reflect on “building not only geographical but spiritual bridges between people, and strengthen the intellectual, cultural and communication linkages between our societies” as promoted by the International Day of Peace.
The first International Day of Peace was celebrated in September 1982; since then many organizations have been formed to be a loud voice for peace and cease-fires worldwide. Celebrating peace can be as simple as lighting a candle and meditating, or as complex as organizing a concert for thousands. Please take a moment this week to promote peace and appreciate our wonderful nation.
• Enjoy a special presentation in the Planetarium at the Sanford/Lake Mary campus about Native American Archeoastronomy today from 12:30 p.m. until 1:30 p.m. This informative lesson will discuss the ancient methods that natives used to determine solstices, equinoxes and other celestial occurrences.
• If you were unable to see “Black Swan” in theaters you will get an opportunity to see the film Thursday in the Fine Arts Concert Hall at the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus starting at 7 p.m. at the Sanford/Lake Mary. Following the film will be a discussion about the subject of mental health.
• The 42nd annual Seminole County High School Math Contest will be held Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Students from nine different high schools will participate in this mathematics tournament.
• If you are interested in fashion, art or design and still searching for a school to further your education, there will be a recruiter from the Art Institutes at the Oviedo campus on Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the cafeteria. You can obtain information about the degree programs available at the Art Institute.
• Congratulations to freshman Lauren Vinson, who was named Florida College’s Systems Activity Association softball pitcher of the week. Vinson struck out seven batters in the team’s most recent game against Lake Sumter Community College. The Raiders have won the last five games in a row.
Holly Mass is a student at Seminole State College. She can be contacted at email@example.com.