Tuesday, October 18th
|5:00 pm-6:00 pm|| Cabaret|
The Campus Sustainability Advisory Committee (CSAC) at Marist College will celebrate its 10th Annual Sustainability Program from October 10-24 with a theme of "Environmental Justice for People and the Planet."
Topics to be discussed are insight on environmental issues nationally, preparing meals from leftover food, educational exhibits, and environmental issues facing the Hudson River Valley.
"Garbage to Gourmet," a demonstration by Marist Dining Service's Executive Chef, Anthony Legname, on preparing meals out of leftovers, is one of the featured event's this week. It takes place on Tuesday, October 18 in the Murray Student Center Cabaret from 5:00 - 6:00 p.m.
"Food Sovereignty, Convergences between Puerto Rico and Hawaii Farming Practices," is sponsored by the Center for Multicultural Affairs and will take place on Tuesday, October 18 in the Murray Student Center, Room 2101 from 5:00 - 6:30 p.m.
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|5:30 pm|| SC3101 (PAR)|
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, and in collaboration with Marist's Sustainability Program, the Center for Multicultural Affairs will sponsor this event titled, "Food Sovereignty, Convergences between Puerto Rico and Hawaii Famring Practices, by Dr. Maritza Stanchich, professor from the University of Puerto Rico.
|7:30 pm|| SC3101 (PAR)|
The Marist College Center for Sports Communication and the Media Studies and Production Department will present a screening and Q&A with the director of "The Last Gold," a film about the heated competition between the U.S. and East German swim teams amidst a notorious doping controversy surrounding the East German program.
This screening is part of the Center’s Sports Documentary Filmmaker Series that brings sports documentarians to campus to screen and discuss their films. After screening “The Last Gold,” the film’s director Brian Brown will answer questions from the audience.v
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