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One Book, One Campus

The "One Book, One Campus" program is designed to foster student engagement by creating an interdisciplinary and integrated intellectual experience.

FALL 2017 Events and Activities

A Panel Discussion with the editors and authors of:
Immigrant Youth and Families Resist Deportations
Monday October 30, 2017 9:40-11:00 AM
@ The Great Hall Student Community Center

Join us for a discussion on the lived experiences of immigrant students, their families, and their struggles with/against deportation.

This event is meant to compliment the One Book One Campus selection:
Enrique’s Journey



Art Gallery Location

Just to the right - mid-stairway

Come join us for food, fun, and a celebration of the importance of culture

and heritage at the Pierce College Art  Gallery  

HOURS: Mondays & Fridays  By appointment 
  Tuesday 9:30 am - 6:00 pm
  Wednesday 3:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  Thursday 9:00 am - 7:00 pm

Pierce College Presents - A ONE BOOK ONE CAMPUS EVENT - Movie Screening : 

This film takes viewers along on freight trains with children from Mexico and Central America who are trying to get across the U.S. border and to a better life. The camera captures children begging for food, hopping the trains, and clinging to the tops of their dangerous rides. Their guileless recounting of how they came to be riding "The Beast" and what they hope for makes this an exceptional program. The risks of this activity are highlighted through the introduction of a young woman who lost her legs and a family that receives a coffin bearing the decomposed remains of a son who died on the trip. The film offers no solution but illustrates with each frame that finding one is crucial.