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Asian Cultural Exploration Club Wants Your Help

Asian Cultural Exploration invites you to a Pho & Noodle Fundraiser for their club. Come on out tomorrow, November 17, 2016 and enjoy a good meal! Take a look at this flyer for more information. The Taste Pho and Noodle House is located at 3117 SW 34th Street right here in Gainesville.

Two Performances of “Holiday at Santa Fe” for Adults & Children on Dec. 3, 2016

Children and adults alike will thrill to holiday magic on stage when characters from the Kingdom of the Sweets, lively elves, Frosty the Snowman and the Frostettes, toy soldiers, Elsa from “Frozen” and, yes, Santa himself appear in two high-energy performances of Santa Fe College’s annual “Holiday at Santa Fe,” 2 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. … Continue reading Two Performances of “Holiday at Santa Fe” for Adults & Children on Dec. 3, 2016

Three Bands and Vocalists Featured in “Evening of Jazz” at SF College, Thursday Nov. 17, 2016

  Music Professor and Band Director Dr. Steve Bingham, Ph.D., will direct the Santa Fe Rhythm & Blues Band, the Santa Fe Jazz Combo, and the Santa Fe Big Band in a 90-minute “Evening of Jazz” concert at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 17, 2016, in the Fine Arts Hall at the SF College Northwest Campus, … Continue reading Three Bands and Vocalists Featured in “Evening of Jazz” at SF College, Thursday Nov. 17, 2016

CTE Job Fair Today in Room R-01 From 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Santa Fe College will be presenting a unique CTE job fair Today, Tuesday November 15th in room R-01.  The event will begin at 9:00AM and continue to 2:00PM.  Students or graduates with any CTE program skills are encouraged to attend. Employers will be available to discuss job openings, and employers will be ready to interview perspective … Continue reading CTE Job Fair Today in Room R-01 From 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Deadline Today To Send In Nominations for “Woman of Distinction” Awards

Nominees for Woman of Distinction should be women who have made significant achievements as leaders or pioneers in their profession, and who are considered innovators of unique programs and services, and advocates for issues relating to women. These women should exhibit excellence, ingenuity, leadership, and a commitment to community and public service within the Alachua … Continue reading Deadline Today To Send In Nominations for “Woman of Distinction” Awards

Human Rights Lecture Today, November 17, 2016 at Santa Fe College

Radha Paudel, one of Nepal’s leading human rights activists, will be at Santa Fe College on Thursday, November 17 meeting with students and faculty. Radha Paudel founded Action Works Nepal and dedicated her life to providing humanitarian relief and educational funding. She travels to poor regions helping communities reduce violence against women and advocating the … Continue reading Human Rights Lecture Today, November 17, 2016 at Santa Fe College

Deadline to Get your Nominations in for “Woman of Distinction” Awards is TODAY

Nominees for Woman of Distinction should be women who have made significant achievements as leaders or pioneers in their profession, and who are considered innovators of unique programs and services, and advocates for issues relating to women. These women should exhibit excellence, ingenuity, leadership, and a commitment to community and public service within the Alachua … Continue reading Deadline to Get your Nominations in for “Woman of Distinction” Awards is TODAY

Two Performances of “Holiday at Santa Fe” for Adults & Children on Dec. 3, 2016

Children and adults alike will thrill to holiday magic on stage when characters from the Kingdom of the Sweets, lively elves, Frosty the Snowman and the Frostettes, toy soldiers, Elsa from “Frozen” and, yes, Santa himself appear in two high-energy performances of Santa Fe College’s annual “Holiday at Santa Fe,” 2 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. … Continue reading Two Performances of “Holiday at Santa Fe” for Adults & Children on Dec. 3, 2016

Last SF2UF Bridge Lecture of the Semester at Santa Fe College, Tomorrow

Please join us as Dr. Diego Rincon-Limas presents the last SF2UF Bridge lecture of the semester. When: Tuesday November 15, 2016 12:30 p.m. Where: P-136 (SF Studio) Dr. Rincon-Limas is assistant professor in the Department of Neurology in the College of Medicine at the University of Florida. His talk, titled “Modeling human diseases in the … Continue reading Last SF2UF Bridge Lecture of the Semester at Santa Fe College, Tomorrow

Human Rights Lecture at Santa Fe College This Thursday, November 17, 2016

Radha Paudel, one of Nepal’s leading human rights activists, will be at Santa Fe College on Thursday, November 17 meeting with students and faculty. Radha Paudel founded Action Works Nepal and dedicated her life to providing humanitarian relief and educational funding. She travels to poor regions helping communities reduce violence against women and advocating the … Continue reading Human Rights Lecture at Santa Fe College This Thursday, November 17, 2016

Bush Places 3rd in Brain Bowl Tournament

The Santa Fe College Brain Bowl team participated in the Delta-Burke tournament at Valencia College in Orlando, Florida on November 11 and 12. Brain Bowl is a competitive quiz tournament in which teams compete against each other, answering questions about history, mathematics, humanities, and science. Santa Fe Brain Bowl player and team captain Noah Bush, … Continue reading Bush Places 3rd in Brain Bowl Tournament