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Join us for music, conversation, refreshments, and announcements of upcoming events. Open to JCC students and staff.

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The Plastic Ocean documents the newest science: plastics, once they enter the oceans, break up into small particulates that enter the food chain where they attract toxins like a magnet. The toxins are stored in seafood's fatty tissues, ultimately consumed by humans.

Sponsored by the Earth Awareness Club and JCC's sustainability committee.

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Project 22 was a 22-day, 6,500 mile motorcycle awareness campaign from San Francisco to New York City to raise awareness of the high rate of suicides within the veteran community.

The screening at JCC will be followed by Q & A with Theo Collins. Sponsored by Vets Finding Vets, JCC's campus life program and military members support committee, and Fenton History Center.

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The JCC Uncommoners present their spring play, Speech and Debate, a work by Stephen Karam examining the unlikely friendship among three high school students when they start to unravel a scandal involving their teacher.

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The JCC Uncommoners present their spring play, Speech and Debate, a work by Stephen Karam examining the unlikely friendship among three high school students when they start to unravel a scandal involving their teacher.

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Tapped, a 2009 documentary film by Stephanie Soechtig and Jason Lindsey, examiines the bottled water industry and its long-term effects socially, economically, and ecologically.

Part of the Our Planet, Our Choice film series sponsored by the sustainability committee and Earth Awareness Club.

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As part of National Poetry Month, adjunct faculty member and artist Deb Eck will help students, faculty, and staff learn how to create blackout poetry pieces. You don't need to be artistic to have fun!

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As part of National Poetry Month, adjunct faculty member and artist Deb Eck will help students, faculty, and staff learn how to create blackout poetry pieces. You don't need to be artistic to have fun!

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The trip is open to students interested in visiting the Cleveland Museum of Art and Museum of Contemporary Art.

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Enjoy a new visual experience while listening to live jazz by the LTM trio in the Center Gallery.

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