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WWCC Library's OutLoud in the Library Speaker Series: Fall 2020-Life in 2020

Fall 2020

U.S. Electoral Process with Jim Peitersen

The U.S. Electoral Process has a Complex History
What does this mean for Election 2020?

 

Learn more about the U.S. Electoral Process
Guest Speaker:  American Studies Instructor, Jim Peitersen

Session Recording

 

 

Reading in a Pandemic-Dr. Richard Middleton-Kaplan

Reading and Our Lives During a Pandemic* 


Guest Speaker: Dr. Richard Middleton-Kaplan, December 2nd, 2pm-3pm.

Session Recording

 

*Introductory Readings:

Henry, Patrick.  "Patrick Henry: Camus' novel, 'The Plague,' and our coronavirus." Walla Walla Union Bulletin, 12 April 2020. Accessed 2 December 2020.

Prose, Francine. “Signs and Wonders.” Lapham's Quarterly, 2020, www.laphamsquarterly.org/epidemic/signs-and-wonders. Accessed 1 December 2020.

* Explore our Recommended Pandemic Reading List

Student Government Association

SGA Presents:
Their Accomplishments, Goals, and Vision for SGA 2020-2021

SGA Mission Statement

“To establish self-governance, represent student interests and concerns, support affiliated student organizations; act as a liaison between the student body, the administration, and the board of trustees; and promote general welfare of students”

Goals for 2020-2021

1. Find ways to virtually communicate and reach out to students to increase student participation and involvement
2. To build connection and confident relationships between administration/faculty and students/SGA
3. Plan and do events that are aimed at connecting, helping and supporting students’ success.