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Kids Build and Program Robots

Northeast Lakeview College hosts several Summer Robotics Camps this week. Children in grades 3rd through 5th design, build, and program their own robot. Read More >

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Kids Build and Program Robots

Northeast Lakeview College hosts several Summer Robotics Camps this week. Children in grades 3rd through 5th design, build, and program their own robot. Read More >

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College Hosts First Community Listening Session

Northeast Lakeview College requests business and community input at the first in a series of Community Listening Sessions Read More >

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Focused Training on Assessment at NLC

Dr. Linda Dickens, Director of institutional Accreditation and Program Assessment at the University of Texas at Austin , provides a focused training on assessment with the Academic Chairs, Deans, and Director of Institutional Research at Northeast Lakeview College on June 5 Read More >

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Four-day Assessment Workshop Concludes Today

Dr. Nassim Ebrahimi concludes a four-day assessment workshop with a college employee forum. Read More >

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Assessment Consultant visits NLC

Dr. Nassim Ebrahimi talks with NLC faculty and staff about College Assessment and its importance. Read More >

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Congratulations Nighthawks Basketball Team

The men's extramural basketball team made it to the playoffs Read More >

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GVEC Donates $15K to Schoolhouse Project

The $15K donation from GVEC to support the Ring the Texas Schoolhouse Bell Campaign is the largest monetary donation for the renovation project to date Read More >

100 Yrs of Cartooning Panel Presentation and Exhibit

Northeast Lakeview College Presents Cartooning Texas: One Hundred Years of Cartoon Art in the Lone Star State    

 A panel discussion with cartoonist Andrew Cox 

Thursday, March 20, 2014  

9:30 am – Program and panel discussion  

Reception immediately following  

Northeast Lakeview College (1201 Kitty Hawk Rd.) 

Performing Arts Center 

   

Guest panelist Andrew Cox, a student from Appalachian State University, will discuss a day in the life of an editorial cartoonist for a student newspaper, a place where many political cartoonists get their starts.  Dr. Jeff Peppers, Professor of History, will discuss how political cartoons have been used to persuade immigrants of limited English proficiency throughout history.  Ms. Sabrina Hammel, Professor of Government, will round out the panel with a discussion on how readers interpret cartoons, both politically and socially.  A reception will follow the presentation.   

Additionally, Cartooning Texas: One Hundred Years of Cartoon Art in the Lone Star State, an exhibition developed by Maury Forman and Robert A. Calvert for the Center for Texas Studies at the University of North Texas with support from Humanities Texas, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities will be on display in the college’s performing arts center from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday, through March 28. 

 

The event and exhibit are free and open to the public.  

 Political cartoons in Texas often focus on hotly contested, controversial and colorful political campaigns.  “Cartooning Texas” is both a cartoon history of Texas politics and a history of political cartooning in Texas.  It tells the story of one hundred years of events in Texas from 1890 to 1990 in a form that is wonderfully visible and precise. This exhibition serves as a compilation of the visual commentaries of journalists about the issues and people most important to Texans during the 100-year period. 

The events are made possible with a grant from Humanities Texas, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.  Humanities Texas develops and supports diverse programs across the state, including lectures, oral history projects, teacher institutes, traveling exhibitions and documentary films. For more information, please visit Humanities Texas online at http://www.humanitiestexas.org or call 512.440.1991. 

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