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CSM Ward Virts Series Events at All Campuses

CSM Ward Virts Series Events at All Campuses

Calvert County CSM Ward Virts Concert Series: Bernard Vallandingham, Violin. 3 p.m., April 6, College of Southern Maryland, Building B, Multipurpose Room, 115 J.W. Williams Road, Prince Frederick. The Ward Virts Concert Series presents violinist Bernard Vallandingham. His unusual versatility as a violist and a violinist has led to invitations to many chamber music festivals...
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Prescription Drug Abuse Community Forum/Workshop

Prescription Drug Abuse Community Forum/Workshop

The local Prescription Drug Abuse Abatement Council will sponsor its 5th Awareness Forum/Workshop on the dangers of prescription medication abuse on Thursday, April 3rd at the College of Southern Maryland, Prince Frederick Campus, Building B, from 6 pm to 8:30 pm. This event will feature an update on prescription drug abuse and increase in...
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CSM Hawks Take on the Thunder Wolves

CSM Hawks Take on the Thunder Wolves

March 9 at Anne Arundel Community College    Slushy CSM Field Moves Inaugural Home Game for CSM’s Men’s Lacrosse CSM Men’s Lacrosse vs. Niagara. Noon to 2 pm, March 9. Anne Arundel Community College, Pioneer Stadium, 101 College Parkway, Arnold. Snow, sleet and ice have dampened the playing field but not the resolve of...
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The Chesapeake Choral Arts Society Presents Music of the Great War

The Chesapeake Choral Arts Society Presents Music of the Great War

This year marks the 100th Anniversary of the beginning of the “War to End All Wars” – World War 1. The Chesapeake Choral Arts Society Pops concert will present an overview of the music that was popular during the era as well as iconic songs of wartime. From Cohan to Irish Ballads, from “Keep...
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Vendors Sought for April 24-26 Renaissance Festival at CSM

Application Deadline March 31 CSM Renaissance Festival Vendor Application. Deadline March 31. College of Southern Maryland, La Plata Campus. CSM is seeking food, artisan and handmade product vendors appropriate for its second Renaissance Festival April 24 to 26. Vendors are encouraged in glass/clay, clothing, jewelry, wood, leather, art, musical instruments and toys. Festival kicks...
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CSM Cause Theatre Presents ‘But I Said No’

CSM Cause Theatre Presents ‘But I Said No’

Play Aims to Confront Issue of Acquaintance Rape on College Campuses The College of Southern Maryland’s Cause Theatre presents “But I Said No,” an educational theater piece that takes on the issue of acquaintance rape. The play has toured extensively on college campuses around the country. Performances will be on all three campuses: 7:30...
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Middle, high school teams compete in CSM Robotics Challenge

Middle, high school teams compete in CSM Robotics Challenge

Eighteen teams from nine Charles County public schools competed in the 2014 College of Southern Maryland ‘s VEX League Robotics Challenge held Saturday, February 8, at the La Plata campus. The challenge is part of CSM’s Institute of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (iSTEM), which provides programs to encourage students to pursue careers in...
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CSM Hosts Laura Armstrong on Clarinet

CSM Hosts Laura Armstrong on Clarinet

The College of Southern Maryland continues the 2013-14 Ward Virts Concert series with clarinetist Laura Armstrong at 3 pm, March 9 in the Multipurpose Room, Building B at the Prince Frederick Campus, 115 J. W. Williams Road, Prince Frederick. Armstrong, a clarinetist and saxophonist residing in Baltimore, received her Master of Music degree from Duquesne...
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Snow Closings Extend CSM’s Spring Semester to May 12

Spring Break, Commencement, Summer Sessions Remain Unchanged The College of Southern Maryland is extending its spring semester through May 12 to make up for canceled classes due to weather-related delays and closings. The extension does not affect Spring Break, Spring Commencement events or the start of the Summer I Session. End dates for Spring...
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CSM Robotics Team Finalists in REC Foundation Competition

Talons Create Videos to Raise Awareness of STEM Education The College of Southern Maryland’s Robotics Team, the Talons, were named finalists in the Robotics Education and Competition Foundation (RECF) 2014 Online Challenge. To raise awareness of their team and upcoming competitions, the Talons created two videos. The video, “Autonomous Selector Switch,” was part of a...
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“Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day”

“Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day”

CSM Children’s Theatre Navigates a Bad Day ‘Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day’ on Stage, March 7-8 The College of Southern Maryland Children’s Theatre presents a play based on the children’s book “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.” The play will open at 7 pm on...
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‘Elephant’s Graveyard’ Blends Historical Fact and Fiction

‘Elephant’s Graveyard’ Blends Historical Fact and Fiction

February 20 CSM Theatre Brings George Brant’s Classic to the Stage The College of Southern Maryland Theatre program will perform Elephant’s Graveyard, a classic play delving into the issue of animal cruelty, at 7:30 pm, Feb. 20 and 27 and at 8 pm, February 21, 22,28 and March 1 at the Fine Arts Center,...
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Pianists Brian Ganz and Beverly Babcock in Concert at SMCM

Pianists Brian Ganz and Beverly Babcock in Concert at SMCM

Ganz Continues “Extreme Chopin Quest” With Chopin’s Piano Concerto No. 1. A free preview of pianist Brian Ganz’s next concert of his “Extreme Chopin” quest to play all the works of Chopin will take place on Thursday, February 27 at 8 pm. Classical pianists Brian Ganz and Beverly Babcock will join in a performance...
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Somers Seventh Grader Earns Title in County Spelling Bee

Somers Seventh Grader Earns Title in County Spelling Bee

Aashka Patel, a seventh-grade student at Milton M. Somers Middle School, earned the title of the county’s top speller at the Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) 36th annual Spelling Bee held Feb. 21 at Somers. Patel spelled the word “cynosure,” which means something that strongly attracts attention by its brilliance or something serving for...
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Vietnam Veteran, CSM Professor to Share Work, February 28

Vietnam Veteran, CSM Professor to Share Work, February 28

Wayne Karlin to Present at Connections Reading As part of the College of Southern Maryland’s Spring Connections Series and its year-long commemoration of the anniversary of the Vietnam War, CSM Professor Wayne Karlin will discuss his book “Wandering Souls: Journeys with the Living and the Dead in Viet Nam,” beginning at 7:30 pm, February...
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VEX, VEX-IQ Growing at CSM

VEX, VEX-IQ Growing at CSM

58 Middle, High School Teams Competed for Chance to Advance Members of Calvert and Great Mills High Schools, and Mattawoman Middle School, pictured, earned Tournament Champion Awards, from a field of 45 teams, in the College of Southern Maryland VEX League competition February 8 at the La Plata Campus. Their win qualifies the teams...
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Hawks Take on the Thunder Wolves

March 9 Inaugural Home Game for CSM Men’s Lacrosse CSM Men’s Lacrosse vs. Niagara, noon to 2 pm, March 9. College of Southern Maryland, La Plata Campus, Physical Education Center (PE), 8730 Mitchell Road, La Plata. The CSM men’s lacrosse team will play the first home game of its inaugural season against Niagara County...
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Role as Ironworker Raises CSM Thespian to New Heights

Role as Ironworker Raises CSM Thespian to New Heights

Actor among college students given the nod to compete for Irene Ryan Acting Award. Due to his fear of heights, Alex LaClair, of La Plata, almost didn’t get the role of ironworker Mike Dillard in the CSM fall production of “Working.” “The character, with a recurring role in the play, had to scale a ladder...
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Employer Registration for April 8 Job Fair is Open

Early Bird Price is $265 Through February 28 Tri-County Job and Career Fair Employer Registration. Early Bird Registration February 28, Job Fair on April 8. College of Southern Maryland, La Plata Campus, Physical Education (PE) Center, 8730 Mitchell Road, La Plata. Employer registration for the Tri-County Job and Career Fair is open. Early Bird...
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Charles County BOE and CSM to Hold Joint Meeting

The Board of Education of Charles County is hosting a joint work session with the College of Southern Maryland (CSM) on Monday, February 24, at 6 pm in the Board room at the Jesse L. Starkey Administration Building. The following is a tentative agenda: Call to Order- 6 p.m. • Pledge of Allegiance Introductions...
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CSM to Host Screening of ‘American Promise’ February 25

CSM to Host Screening of ‘American Promise’ February 25

Award-Winning Film Follows Middle-class African-American Family for 13 Years The College of Southern Maryland is hosting a screening of the Sundance Institute documentary film “American Promise” in the Center for Business and Industry (BI Building), Room 113, La Plata Campus, from 6:30 to 8:30 pm, February 25. This screening is free and includes refreshments...
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“Dystopias” on Display at CSM

“Dystopias” on Display at CSM

Colleen Rudolph, sculptor and a featured artist in the current exhibit, “Dystopias,” on display in the College of Southern Maryland’s Tony Hungerford Memorial Art Gallery, presented at the gallery talk on February 4 in the Fine Arts Center on the La Plata Campus. Rudolph discussed how her displayed work focuses primarily on the interconnectedness...
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Discovering Charles County with The Maryland Historical Trust

Discovering Charles County with The Maryland Historical Trust

What do you know about Charles County’s history in the late 1600’s? If you are like most people, probably not much, but thanks to a team from The Maryland Historical Trust and the Charles County Public Library system, an archaeological exhibit focusing on that very subject has been created. The exhibit focuses on two...
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The War of 1812 Through the Lens of Portraiture and Images

The War of 1812 Through the Lens of Portraiture and Images

Art has long been a powerful tool for learning about specific periods of time and social climates. On Sunday, February 23 at 3:00 pm in the new auditorium at the College of Southern Maryland Prince Frederick Campus, historian Dr. Sidney Hart will present The War of 1812 through the lens of Portraiture and Images....
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Middle School Students Compete in CSM Robotics Challenge

Middle School Students Compete in CSM Robotics Challenge

Eight teams from four Charles County Public schools competed in the 2014 College of Southern Maryland Middle School VEX Robotics Challenge held Saturday, January 25, at the La Plata campus. This is the first year that CSM has held a separate VEX event for middle schools in the tri-county area. The challenge is part...
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