Goldfarb Center Newsletter

Goldfarb Center Newsletter - November 21, 2011

November 18, 2011

In This Issue...
- Homelessness Awareness and Giving Thanks
- Accepting Applications for Lovejoy Summer Internships in Journalism
- Upcoming Public Lectures
- In The Community


Homelessness Awareness and Giving Thanks

Kicking off Thanksgiving week, the CVC is excited to report that they are over two-thirds of the way to their goal of $10,000 to support the Mid-Maine Homeless Shelter, as part of the MMHS's "Breaking Ground, Rebuilding Lives" campaign.  If you were unable to attend the panel on youth homeless last Thursday, click here for a link to the podcast.  And while you are enjoying time with family and friends in the coming days, we hope you will give thanks for all that you have and pause to reflect on the challenges facing those less fortunate.  Homelessness Awareness Month events will continue after the break, but remember that you can support the campaign no matter where you are by making a contribution online.


Accepting Applications for Lovejoy Summer Internships in Journalism


The Goldfarb Center is pleased to announce that a fourth and final round of grants for summer internships with newspapers and other media outlets is available, made possible by the Knight Foundation.  The deadline to apply for summer 2012 is Friday, Jan. 6, 2012.  Click here for more information on the internship program including application guidelines.


Upcoming Public Lectures (after Thanksgiving break)

Oak Event:  Outcast(e) - Theater of the Oppressed
Monday, Nov. 28, at 7 p.m. in the Pugh Center

Young Teachers as Leaders in Urban School Reform
Tuesday, Nov. 29, at 7 p.m. in Diamond 122



In The Community

6th Annual Waterville Parade of Lights
Friday, November 25, at 6 p.m.
Main Street, Waterville

Downtown Waterville's annual holiday parade, held the evening after Thanksgiving, has drawn thousands of families to Main Street for many years and serves as a fun and festive kickoff to the holiday season. What better time of the year to get together and show our community spirit and support for one another.  The parade will begin at the north end of Main Street in Downtown Waterville and end at Castonguay Square with the lighting of the giant spruce.  If you are sticking around campus for Thanksgiving break, check out this festive community event.  Organized by Waterville Main Street.