Calendar November 2017

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The Arts
Events
Exhibits
Good Eats
Sports
Opportunities

FOR A COMPLETE LISTING OF EVENTS, GO TO: http://www.daytonastate.edu/news.html

Exhibits

SOUTHEAST MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHY —  Offers interactive and rotating exhibits in the Mori Hosseini Center, Bldg. 1200. Admission to the Museum is free. All events are free and open to the public, unless otherwise noted.  Museum hours: 11-5 p.m. Tues, Thurs & Fri; Wed: 11-7 p.m.  Saturdays, 1-5p.m. Call  386-506-4475. All discussions are wheelchair-accessible. Information is also available at www.smponline.org  Closed Mondays and on the following dates: Daytona 500 Weekend, Spring Break, Easter Sunday, July 4, Thanksgiving weekend, Christmas and New Year’s day.

Re-scheduled event

“Dispatches From the Front”: Feature Portfolios from Eight DSC Alums. Panel Discussion with featured photographers: 4:30-6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 16 in the Madorsky Theatre.

“Fridays with Phil” Retired educator Phil Kalfin provided educational tours of the museum from aa 1.m. to 2 p.m. He will introduce exhibits, provide background information and lead visitors through the galleries with  15-minute information sessions. Free and open to the public.

Through Dec. 3

“Carlos Betancourt” —  Artist lecture 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2 in the Mardorsky Theater. The Puerto Rican native moved to Miami in 1981 and made the legacy of  South Beach his photographic canvas. Betancourt has pushed the boundaries of the genre into the realm of sculptural and performance art. The exhibit is a showcase of his most recent works, an introduction to Central Florida.

Through Dec. 18

“En-Light-Ened: Digital Photo Academy Participants” Each summer the SMP hosts an intensive, two-week photo program for young adults, ages 14 to 17. The best images from each student’s portfolio  are showcased for this public exhibition. It represents a variety of subjects and styles indicative of these young photographer’s voices.

FAKE NEWS SERIES Examines practices and ethics of journalists with films from then to now. Five theatrical films depict reporters working to uncover hidden truths and four documentaries address the more complicated issues of our time, including government surveillance, gun violence and race relations. With moderator Senior Professor of Photographic Studies and documentary filmmaker Eric Brietenbach and guest speakers. Admission is free, donations are welcome! Screenings are at 2 and 6 p.m. in the Madorsky Theater.

Nov. 1 — “Spotlight,” Dir. Tom McCarthy (2015)

Nov. 8 — “Cameraperson,” Dir. Kirsten Johnson (2016)

Nov. 16 — “I Am Not Your Negro,” Dir. Raoul Peck (2016)

Nov. 29— “Newtown,” Dir. Kim A Snyder (2016)

Dec. 6— “Citizenfour,” Dir. Laura Poitras (2014)

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EVENTS/LECTURES

STUDIO ARTS LECTURES All lectures/workshops are held on Wednesdays in the Studio Arts Hall, and are scheduled from noon to 1 p.m. For more information about the lecture series, call (386) 506-3669 or email Stacey.Reynolds@DaytonaState.edu. Nov. 1, Printmaking Demonstration  and Workshop. Explore the art of printmaking while creating your own Linocut image and running a series of prints with that creation. Presented by Viktoryia McGrath and Stacey Reynolds, both assistant professors at DSC.

BLAME IT ON THE MOVIES! “The Reel Music of Hollywood” will feature leading roles by DSC students at 7: 30 p.m. Nov. 2-4 and 10-11 and at 2 p.m. Nov. 5 and 12, at the Daytona Playhouse, 100 Jessamine Blvd. Daytona Beach, beachside. A delicious romp through cinematic history featuring music from “The Wizard of Oz,” “Psycho,” “Jaws,” “The Color Purple” and much, much more. For information or tickets go to DaytonaPlayhouse.org or call 386-255-2431.

WISE LECTURES — The DSC Foundation created the WISE program to provide continuing education and cultural enrichment activities to senior members in the community. WISE is open to anyone age 50 or older, for $25 for an individual or $45 per couple per year. For information, contact Suzette Cameron at 506-4506, or Suzette.Cameron@DaytonaState.edu. All the following programs are 2-3:30 p.m. on Tuesdays. Nov. 7, “WDSC TV 15: Your Local Public Television Station,” with Hector Valle and Jacqui Van Kirk, Hosseini Center, Daytona Campus; Nov. 14, “The Grand Dame Historic Hotels of Florida,” with Museum of Arts & Sciences Curator of Education and History “Zach” Zacharias. Nov. 21, DSC Professor Nancy Duke and “Family & Holidays During the Great Depression. Both of those events will be in the Advanced Technology College campus, ATC Multipurpose Room. The series ends with “Holiday Treats to Consider,” with Chef Costa Magoulas, chair, Hosseini College of Culinary Management, at Café 101 in the Hosseini Center.

EVERY STUDENT HAS THEIR DAY —  Nov. 1, Native American Heritage Day, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Student Landing/Echo Plaza, Daytona Campus. Nov. 3, Public Safety Job Fair, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Advanced Technology College campus. Nov. 8 International Cultural Festival, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Student Landing/Echo Plaza, Daytona Campus. Nov. 10, Veterans Day Celebration, all campuses. Nov. 13-17, collections for the Basket Brigade, college-wide and sponsored by the Student Government Association. Deliveries will be Nov. 18 from the Daytona Beach Campus. World AIDS Awareness Day, al campus, Dec. 1. Call 506-3131 for information.

FOUNDATION GALA “A Diamond & Silver Celebration” is rescheduled for will be 6-9 p.m. Wednesday, November 8, in the Hosseini Center Ballroom, featuring live entertainment and foods from around the world prepared by students of the Hospitality and Culinary Arts program and their professors. Proceeds from the event go to scholarships for DSC students. Admission is $75 per ticket and tickets may be purchased by calling 506-3407.

STEM SERIES The one-hour seminars are Mondays at 5 p.m. in the Madorsky Theater, located in the Hosseini Center and are coordinated by Dr. Jeffrey Squires, DSC assistant professor. Contact Dr. Squires, (386) 506-4714, Jeffrey.Squires@DaytonaState.edu. Nov. 6, “Comparing and contrasting genetic structure of invasive mussels and barnacles off the coast of Florida,” with Eric Hoffman, Ph.D., Department of Biology, University of Central Florida. On Nov. 20, “Mechanisms that shape the distribution of genetic and phenotypic variation in among populations and species of marine invertebrates,” with Melissa DeBiasse, Ph.D., postdoctoral fellow, Whitney Laboratory, University of Florida. Nov. 27, “A novel on-orbit propellant storage and transfer system,” with Sathya Gangadharan, Ph.D., professor, Mechanical Engineering Department, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.

THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY       — All campuses closed from 5 p.m. Nov. 22-24.

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GOOD EATS

CAFÉ 101 —The teaching café and kitchen is operated by Daytona State College students, under the supervision of our chef instructors. Café 101, which has been highly rated by the Daytona Beach News-Journal, is open for lunch Monday through Friday with seatings at 11:30 a.m. or noon and dinner on Wednesday evenings with seatings  of 5:30 or 6 p.m. Café 101 features a fixed-price menu of $11 for lunch and $15 for dinner (including tax). Patrons receive an appetizer, entree, dessert and beverage. Vegetarian meals are available by request. Gratuities are welcome and help fund student scholarships. Credit cards are accepted.  Seating is by reservation only.  To make reservations  call  506-3859. The Café closes over the summer months. (Check with venues for summer dining hours)

COFFEE/BAKE SHOPS — Fresh-baked goodies and coffee is served from morning to early afternoon in the foyer of the Mori Hosseini Center (Bldg. 1200). Hours: 7:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Thursdays and Fridays. There is an alternate location in the campus Library, Bldg. 231, Daytona Beach. Hours are abbreviated during summer months.

“Falcon Fuel” — New Grab & Go Food Pantry offers free light snacks and small nonperishable food items. DSC students can “grab” before or between classes and “go” about their successful day (limit three items per day). DON’T go to class hungry! It has been proven that full bellies build strong minds. Located in the Center for Women & Men (Bldg. 300, rm-227), Daytona Campus. Hours of Operation:  9 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday. Must be enrolled with a DSC student ID. Staff and faculty who want to contribute to the pantry can bring items to the Center.

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THE ARTS

JAZZ ENSEMBLE —Thursday, Nov. 9, 7:30 p.m. in the Gillespy Theater, News-Journal Center. Ticketed. Reserved Seating.

STUDENT RECITAL —Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2:30 p.m. North Lobby/Art Gallery, News-Journal Center. Free, no tickets required.

FLUTE CHOIR Tuesday, Nov. 28, 7:30 p.m. North Lobby/Art Gallery, News-Journal Center. Free, no tickets required.

“OUR GIFT TO THE COMMUNITY” Annual holiday showcase is Nov. 29-30, 7:30 p.m. News-Journal Center, Davidson Theater. Free, tickets required. Tickets released to public starting Nov. 8 at 11:30 a.m. until gone.

DANCE THEATER —  Dancescapes modern dance troupe performs at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 1, News-Journal Center, Davidson Theater. Free, no tickets required.

“A CHRISTMAS CAROL” — A musical rendition of the classic Charles Dickens’ tale at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 2 and 8-9, with 2 p.m. matinee Dec. 3 and a 5 p.m. performance on Dec. 10. News-Journal Center, Davidson Theater.

Ticketed. Reserved Seating.

VENUE LOCATIONS & TICKET INFORMATION — DSC News-Journal Center, 221 N. Beach Street, Daytona Beach. Free parking for college events in lot and behind shops. The News-Journal Center is wheelchair accessible.  Please mention at the time you purchase tickets any special seating requirements.  Groups requiring handicapped seating or other special needs should call the Box Office no less than five days prior to the show. NOW FEATURING RESERVED SEATING! You are now able to choose your favorite seat and rest assured that it will be waiting for you when you arrive. Tickets are available at the News-Journal Center Box Office located at 221 N. Beach Street, Daytona Beach. Box Office Hours: Wednesdays-Friday, 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Contact the News-Journal Center Box Office by calling 386- 226-1927. When available, online ticketing can be made at www.DaytonaState.edu/TheArts. Seating begins one half-hour prior to curtain time on a first-come basis, except when reservations are required.  Patrons should arrive no less than 10 minutes prior to curtain time for seating.  No seating after a performance begins except at the discretion of the house manager.

All events are $8 per person or two for $15 and free to Daytona State College, Volusia and Flagler County students, unless otherwise stated. For information, visit www.DaytonaState.edu/TheArts or call 386- 226-1927.

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FITNESS/SPORTS

SEE DBCC’S WEB PAGE AND GO TO THE ATHLETICS LINK FOR A COMPLETE LISTING OF FALCON GAMES OR GO TO http://go.daytonastate.edu/athletics/main.html

INTRAMURALS — For information on intramural/recreational activities, contact  506-3486 and talk to director Lori Lemoine . The office is in the Student Center, Bldg. 130, Rm. 110, or go to: www.DaytonaState.edu/student_act/intramurals.html

HEALTH & WELLNESS — For a full roster of classes, go to: www.DaytonaState.edu/fitness_ctr    or

www.DaytonaState.edu/aquatic_ctr

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OPPORTUNITIES

CALLING ALL WRITERS/EDITORS — In Motion, the campus newspaper, seeks students interested in writing sports, arts and entertainment, news or features, as well as artists, copy editors, photographers and cartoonists. Some scholarships are available. Meetings are 4 p.m. Wednesdays in the Lenholdt Student Center, Bldg. 130, Rm. 119. 386-506-3268 or 506-3686.  Contact Adviser Elena Jarvis, 506-3268, for information on the paper or Aeolus literary magazine or e-mail Aeolus@DaytonaState.edu or InMotion@DaytonaState.edu  Aeolus is now accepting submissions of artwork, poetry, short stories (70-1,000 words), personal narratives, photographs or drawings.

AERho — The National Broadcasting Society meets at 5 p.m., the first Monday of each month in the boardroom of  Bldg. 400, which is the WDSC-TV station. Adviser is Anita Bevins, 506-3936. The club aims to enhance development of college and university students and entry level professionals involved in electronic media.

THE ENGLISH CLUB — A local chapter of Sigma Kappa Delta.  It meets on the second and fourth Wednesdays at 2:30 p.m. in Bldg. 500, rm  220.  Refreshments are served at every meeting.  A movie is also shown at every meeting.  Past films include “Five Easy Pieces,” “Anne of a Thousand Days” and “Bonnie and Clyde.”  On occasion, the club puts on poetry readings. At least twice a year  members attends performances of the Orlando Shakespeare Theater. Any student, faculty or staff member is eligible to join.  There is no membership fee, although students who meet the criteria can pay $30 and become members of the national organization.

MASSAGE THERAPY — Enjoy a therapeutic massage provided by the students of the Massage Therapy program. Available by appointment only spring semester. $15 for one hour. Bldg. 320, Rm. 138. Call 506-3229 or 506-3185.

PEOPLE OF THE PEN — DSC’s Creative Writing Club meets weekly at 3 p.m. on the DeLand Campus, Bldg. 4, room 131. For information to to WriteDSC.weebly.com

PTK MEMBERSHIP — To join Phi Theta Kappa, the campus honor society, come by Bldg. 130, Rm. 106 and fill out an application. GPA of 3.5 required and no less than 3.2 in any given semester. In Daytona Beach, the PTK campus chapter meets first and third Thursdays at 2 p.m. in Building 130, room 110. Hours and meeting times vary at the other five campuses. Contact Student Activities at 386-506-3131.

SPA — The Student Photography Association of DSC and UCF fosters artistic encouragement and professionalism in photo students on campus. TSPA meets the last Thursday of every month. Daytona State adviser is Roger Linke and for UCF it is Laine Wyatt. Contact Linke at 506-3280 or Wyatt at 506-4092.

SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTION — Academic support for students enrolled in difficult required courses.  It is an academic assistance program that increases student performance and a peer-facilitated out-of-class study group that incorporates study skills with course content. This program targets high-risk courses rather than high-risk students.  High-risk courses are traditionally difficult due to their content.  Courses targeted for this program:  MAC 1105 College Algebra, BSC 1085 Hum Ant & Phys I, MCB 1010 Microbiology, CHM 1025 Intro to Chemistry, BSC 1005 Survey Biology.  For information contact Fatima Gilbert at 506-3356.

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