One Book, One College, One Community
One Book, One College, One Community encourages students, faculty, staff
and community members to read the same book and participate in discussions and
events related to the work. In support of the Sustainable Learning Community we've
chosen two books on the theme of water this year to read together as a college community.
Winter/Spring 2012: Tahoe Beneath the Surface; The Hidden
Stories of America's Largest Lake by Scott Lankford
How can you participate?
- Read: Join students, faculty, and staff in reading Tahoe Beneath the Surface. The book is available in the campus bookstore for 20% off and is on reserve in the library.
- Discuss: Come to one of the events that are being planned:
- March 20th at 1:30 in Room 3523. To celebrate Women's History Month, we will discuss Chapter Four on Sarah Winnemucca.
- April 24th at 1:30 in room 3523. To celebrate Asian Pacific Islander Month, we will discuss Chapter Thirteen on Maxine Hong Kingston and the "Truckee" method.
- Share: If you have an idea for an event related
to Tahoe Beneath the Surface or Water Wars, please contact Mary Thomas at (650) 949-7522.
If you are an instructor and plan to incorporate one of these books into your course, we would love to know that too.
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