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Southeast Events

February 21 - March 22, 2019

Thursday, February 21

African-American Heritage Month (HHM): Exhibit

Come observe our African-American Heritage Month Exhibit. Featuring the MLK Timeline created by the SE MLK Committee displayed at the SE MLK Multicultural...

Art Exhibit John Phillips/ We All Come From Backyards

John Neal Phillips// We Came From Backyards is a conceptual art installation depicting a fictional history using single channel video and pseudo-artifacts. ...

Fire and Freedom: Food and Enslavement in Early America (National Library of Medicine)

This six-banner traveling exhibition uses George Washington’s Mount Vernon as an example of how meals reveal how power is exchanged between and among...

Presidents’ Day Exhibit

Curious about our nation’s Presidents? Stop by ESCT HUB to learn a fact or two about them.

National Engineering Week

For students pursuing Engineering-related majors and careers and for undecided majors.

Black History Month Lecture Series- Black Nationalism in the Mind of Malcolm X

Join us for a presentation by History faculty, Eric Salas, as he discusses Black Nationalism through the mind of Malcolm X. This lecture series is hosted by...

A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry

Set on Chicago’s South Side, the plot revolves around the divergent dreams and of an African-American family facing prejudice in the mid-twentieth century....

Friday, February 22

African-American Heritage Month (HHM): Exhibit

Come observe our African-American Heritage Month Exhibit. Featuring the MLK Timeline created by the SE MLK Committee displayed at the SE MLK Multicultural...

Art Exhibit John Phillips/ We All Come From Backyards

John Neal Phillips// We Came From Backyards is a conceptual art installation depicting a fictional history using single channel video and pseudo-artifacts. ...

Fire and Freedom: Food and Enslavement in Early America (National Library of Medicine)

This six-banner traveling exhibition uses George Washington’s Mount Vernon as an example of how meals reveal how power is exchanged between and among...

Presidents’ Day Exhibit

Curious about our nation’s Presidents? Stop by ESCT HUB to learn a fact or two about them.

A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry

Set on Chicago’s South Side, the plot revolves around the divergent dreams and of an African-American family facing prejudice in the mid-twentieth century....

A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry

Set on Chicago’s South Side, the plot revolves around the divergent dreams and of an African-American family facing prejudice in the mid-twentieth century....

Saturday, February 23

A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry

Set on Chicago’s South Side, the plot revolves around the divergent dreams and of an African-American family facing prejudice in the mid-twentieth century....

Monday, February 25

African-American Heritage Month (HHM): Exhibit

Come observe our African-American Heritage Month Exhibit. Featuring the MLK Timeline created by the SE MLK Committee displayed at the SE MLK Multicultural...

Fire and Freedom: Food and Enslavement in Early America (National Library of Medicine)

This six-banner traveling exhibition uses George Washington’s Mount Vernon as an example of how meals reveal how power is exchanged between and among...

Mindful Monday Mornings

This interactive series of workshops will consist of different ways to use mindfulness techniques in daily living. Practicing mindfulness has been proven to...

African-American Heritage Month: African-American Read-In

Please join us for our annual African American Read-In featuring TCC students, staff, and faculty. This year’s theme, Black Migrations, follows the national...

Tuesday, February 26

African-American Heritage Month (HHM): Exhibit

Come observe our African-American Heritage Month Exhibit. Featuring the MLK Timeline created by the SE MLK Committee displayed at the SE MLK Multicultural...

Fire and Freedom: Food and Enslavement in Early America (National Library of Medicine)

This six-banner traveling exhibition uses George Washington’s Mount Vernon as an example of how meals reveal how power is exchanged between and among...

Memories and Tea Cakes

Sherry Sipho, TCC Culinary Arts, will share the history of the tea cake, a traditional African American cookie featured at many family gatherings and...

Suicide Prevention

The epidemic of youth suicide is ravaging our nation and stealing the futures of our young people. Each week in our nation, we lose approximately 100+ young...

SAGA Saxophone Quartet

Gregory Dewhirst, TCC-SE Professor of Music, and saxophone quartet will perform classical music composed especially for this genre. All proceeds benefit TCC...

Wednesday, February 27

African-American Heritage Month (HHM): Exhibit

Come observe our African-American Heritage Month Exhibit. Featuring the MLK Timeline created by the SE MLK Committee displayed at the SE MLK Multicultural...

Fire and Freedom: Food and Enslavement in Early America (National Library of Medicine)

This six-banner traveling exhibition uses George Washington’s Mount Vernon as an example of how meals reveal how power is exchanged between and among...

Veterans Breakfast Break

Veterans are welcome to stop by the HUB for our weekly Veterans Breakfast Break, sponsored by Student Activities. This weekly event presents a wonderful...

UNT Eagle Landing

For students interested in the University of North Texas. Information pertaining to admissions, degrees and scholarships will be provided.

Thursday, February 28

African-American Heritage Month (HHM): Exhibit

Come observe our African-American Heritage Month Exhibit. Featuring the MLK Timeline created by the SE MLK Committee displayed at the SE MLK Multicultural...

Fire and Freedom: Food and Enslavement in Early America (National Library of Medicine)

This six-banner traveling exhibition uses George Washington’s Mount Vernon as an example of how meals reveal how power is exchanged between and among...

Celebrating Strides: "Strides in the Arts"

Be a part of living history in one of the most exciting district events of the year. Experience the uplifting, informative and exciting Celebrating Strides...

Friday, March 1

Women’s History Month: Exhibit

View the lives and accomplishments of 50 inspiring influential women on display who created a positive impact on society. Opening Reception will be on March...

American College Dance Association Showing

Join members of Fusion Dance Company as they present the work they will adjudicate and present in the informal concert at the American College Dance...

Monday, March 4

Women’s History Month: Exhibit

View the lives and accomplishments of 50 inspiring influential women on display who created a positive impact on society. Opening Reception will be on March...

Transfer Fair

This event is for current and graduating students. This event will promote and encourage students to meet admissions reps from various universities and apply...

Mutilated Males:  The Role of Women in the Greco-Roman World

Faculty members from the Southeast Campus English, Speech and History departments discuss various women and their role in history and pop culture. Lecture...

Tuesday, March 5

Women’s History Month: Exhibit

View the lives and accomplishments of 50 inspiring influential women on display who created a positive impact on society. Opening Reception will be on March...

National Nutrition Month Health Fair

TCC Dietetics students will be promoting healthy eating during our National Nutrition Month Promotion Fair.

Alcohol Jeopardy

This interactive Jeopardy-style program familiarizes TCC students with lower risk drinking behaviors, alcohol issues such as, alcohol and the brain, knowing...

Alcohol Jeopardy

This interactive Jeopardy-style program familiarizes TCC students with lower risk drinking behaviors, alcohol issues such as, alcohol and the brain, knowing...

Southeast Choir & Orchestra Concert

Under the direction of Ian Yeung these two excellent groups will perform outstanding pieces of classical & contemporary repertoire.

Wednesday, March 6

Women’s History Month: Exhibit

View the lives and accomplishments of 50 inspiring influential women on display who created a positive impact on society. Opening Reception will be on March...

Veterans Breakfast Break

Veterans are welcome to stop by the HUB for our weekly Veterans Breakfast Break, sponsored by Student Activities. This weekly event presents a wonderful...

Women's History Month: Shifting Perspectives

Join us in celebrating Women's History Month with our 3rd annual collaboration event between Mary German and Student Activities. We are excited to bring in...

Intimate Partner Violence: Relationships, Reality and Red Flags

Being in a violent dating relationship places one at a higher risk for substance abuse, eating disorders, risky sexual behavior, and for being in future...

Sex Jeopardy

This interactive Jeopardy-style program familiarizes TCC students with safe-sex practices, such as the use of contraceptives (e.g. condoms, birth control)...

Skirt Length and Presidents:  A Woman's Right to Choose

Faculty members from the Southeast Campus English, Speech and History departments discuss various women and their role in history and pop culture. Lecture by...

Thursday, March 7

Art Exhibition Opening: Lillian Young: Redaction

Lillian Young: Redaction is an art exhibition that creates a visual timeline that calls attention to the alarming and ongoing trend of redacting/editing...

Women’s History Month: Exhibit

View the lives and accomplishments of 50 inspiring influential women on display who created a positive impact on society. Opening Reception will be on March...

Panel: Images of Women in History and Literature

Part of Women’s History Month Series. Panelists from Southeast Campus’ English and History Departments will join to discuss areas of women’s interests...

Silent Disco

We are having a dance party! To wrap up our DASHH Bash, join us in the Hub for a unique party experience where all guests are wearing specially designed...

Jazz Concert

Come enjoy hearing two groups: Small and large ensembles. Entertain with old and new jazz favorites.

Friday, March 8

Art Exhibition Opening: Lillian Young: Redaction

Lillian Young: Redaction is an art exhibition that creates a visual timeline that calls attention to the alarming and ongoing trend of redacting/editing...

Women’s History Month: Exhibit

View the lives and accomplishments of 50 inspiring influential women on display who created a positive impact on society. Opening Reception will be on March...

Green Zone Training

Intended for faculty/staff. Modeled on the Safe Zone program, volunteers in the Green Zone program receive training about issues potentially facing student...

Saturday, March 9

Art Exhibition Opening: Lillian Young: Redaction

Lillian Young: Redaction is an art exhibition that creates a visual timeline that calls attention to the alarming and ongoing trend of redacting/editing...

Monday, March 11

Art Exhibition Opening: Lillian Young: Redaction

Lillian Young: Redaction is an art exhibition that creates a visual timeline that calls attention to the alarming and ongoing trend of redacting/editing...

Women’s History Month: Exhibit

View the lives and accomplishments of 50 inspiring influential women on display who created a positive impact on society. Opening Reception will be on March...

Tuesday, March 12

Art Exhibition Opening: Lillian Young: Redaction

Lillian Young: Redaction is an art exhibition that creates a visual timeline that calls attention to the alarming and ongoing trend of redacting/editing...

Women’s History Month: Exhibit

View the lives and accomplishments of 50 inspiring influential women on display who created a positive impact on society. Opening Reception will be on March...

Wednesday, March 13

Art Exhibition Opening: Lillian Young: Redaction

Lillian Young: Redaction is an art exhibition that creates a visual timeline that calls attention to the alarming and ongoing trend of redacting/editing...

Women’s History Month: Exhibit

View the lives and accomplishments of 50 inspiring influential women on display who created a positive impact on society. Opening Reception will be on March...

Thursday, March 14

Art Exhibition Opening: Lillian Young: Redaction

Lillian Young: Redaction is an art exhibition that creates a visual timeline that calls attention to the alarming and ongoing trend of redacting/editing...

Women’s History Month: Exhibit

View the lives and accomplishments of 50 inspiring influential women on display who created a positive impact on society. Opening Reception will be on March...

Friday, March 15

Art Exhibition Opening: Lillian Young: Redaction

Lillian Young: Redaction is an art exhibition that creates a visual timeline that calls attention to the alarming and ongoing trend of redacting/editing...

Women’s History Month: Exhibit

View the lives and accomplishments of 50 inspiring influential women on display who created a positive impact on society. Opening Reception will be on March...

Saturday, March 16

Art Exhibition Opening: Lillian Young: Redaction

Lillian Young: Redaction is an art exhibition that creates a visual timeline that calls attention to the alarming and ongoing trend of redacting/editing...

Monday, March 18

Art Exhibition Opening: Lillian Young: Redaction

Lillian Young: Redaction is an art exhibition that creates a visual timeline that calls attention to the alarming and ongoing trend of redacting/editing...

Women’s History Month: Exhibit

View the lives and accomplishments of 50 inspiring influential women on display who created a positive impact on society. Opening Reception will be on March...

Tuesday, March 19

Art Exhibition Opening: Lillian Young: Redaction

Lillian Young: Redaction is an art exhibition that creates a visual timeline that calls attention to the alarming and ongoing trend of redacting/editing...

Women’s History Month: Exhibit

View the lives and accomplishments of 50 inspiring influential women on display who created a positive impact on society. Opening Reception will be on March...

Wednesday, March 20

Art Exhibition Opening: Lillian Young: Redaction

Lillian Young: Redaction is an art exhibition that creates a visual timeline that calls attention to the alarming and ongoing trend of redacting/editing...

Women’s History Month: Exhibit

View the lives and accomplishments of 50 inspiring influential women on display who created a positive impact on society. Opening Reception will be on March...

Veterans Breakfast Break

Veterans are welcome to stop by the HUB for our weekly Veterans Breakfast Break, sponsored by Student Activities. This weekly event presents a wonderful...

The Las Vegas Showgirl:  Capitalizing on the Female Body in Sin City

Faculty members from the Southeast Campus English, Speech and History departments discuss various women and their role in history and pop culture. Lecture by...

Thursday, March 21

Art Exhibition Opening: Annual Student Exhibition and Arbor Day Competition

Annual Student Exhibition and Arbor Day Competition is TCC SE’s yearly exhibition of art from TCC students enrolled in studio art courses. The Arbor Day...

Art Exhibition Opening: Lillian Young: Redaction

Lillian Young: Redaction is an art exhibition that creates a visual timeline that calls attention to the alarming and ongoing trend of redacting/editing...

Women’s History Month: Exhibit

View the lives and accomplishments of 50 inspiring influential women on display who created a positive impact on society. Opening Reception will be on March...

Dietetics Information Session

We will discuss the career opportunities in dietetics, and TCC Dietetics program offerings and requirements. Light refreshments will be served.

The Rise of the Chayil Woman:  A Look at Women from the Middle Ages to the Modern Era

Faculty members from the Southeast Campus English, Speech and History departments discuss various women and their role in history and pop culture. Lecture...

Friday, March 22

Art Exhibition Opening: Annual Student Exhibition and Arbor Day Competition

Annual Student Exhibition and Arbor Day Competition is TCC SE’s yearly exhibition of art from TCC students enrolled in studio art courses. The Arbor Day...

Art Exhibition Opening: Lillian Young: Redaction

Lillian Young: Redaction is an art exhibition that creates a visual timeline that calls attention to the alarming and ongoing trend of redacting/editing...

Women’s History Month: Exhibit

View the lives and accomplishments of 50 inspiring influential women on display who created a positive impact on society. Opening Reception will be on March...

Reflections and Experiences of Afro-Latinos in the U.S.

Afro-Latino presence in the US predates the very first English settlements. If the prototypical positioning of Afro-Latinos came into view in the sixteenth...

New Student Orientation Makeup

TCC Southeast students enrolled in the New Student Orientation will learn about TCC Southeast and TCC District policies, resources and culture that will help...

February 21 - March 22, 2019