Each year, the Student Activities Office, strives to assemble a stimulating lecture series for our College Community. Comprised of prominent speakers, renowned artists and other dynamic guests, the Lyceum programs are well worth your time.
Bavat Marom (Mezzo Soprano) and Ady Cohen (guitar and composer) are an internationally acclaimed duo who will be performing a versatile repertoire ranging from the classical to the folkloric including operatic arias, lieder, and folk based art songs. With Ady’s perceptive arrangement and Bavat’s dramatic expression, the folk material is liberated from its conventional context to receive a powerful interpretation of musical sophistication. A special part of their program brings to life the unusual richness of music along Jewish cultural history and the yearning for peace in Israel.
¡Sofrito! is a rousing combo of storytelling, classic Mambo and funky new music that delightfully brings the stories and music from Puerto Rico, Cuba, and da' Bronx to the stage. These tales bring to life some of the rich culture and imagery that resonates through the Latino world, and The Latin Legends Band spices up the mix with hot music played by the Grand Masters of the genre. ¡Sofrito! features tons of audience participation in its songs and dances. This program is brought to you as part of DCC’s Celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.
Emily Hunter is an environmental advocacy journalist from Canada. Born into the environmental movement, her parents are co-founders of Greenpeace. Emily herself has hosted and co-produced four TV documentaries for MTV News Canada, ranging from the Tar Sands to G20 Protests. Recently she has released her first book called “The Next Eco-Warriors”, stories by youth eco-activists.
“The Next Eco-Warriors” features the stories of 22 of these emerging leaders and their heroic work in a variety of green revolutions.
Ms. Hand will talk to us about her 5 Principles of Social Networking that will help students mold their online reputation so that when they go out in the world, they can find their dream job and random postings don’t get in the way of their success.