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The HCC Arts Guild and Multicultural Club are pleased to announce the line-up for this semester’s Foreign Films Series.
These films are shown the first Friday of each month, FREE, at 7 p.m. in the HCC Planetarium.
Join us for fascinating films from around the world! From Kenya to France, this fall we will be exploring complicated relationships.
Multicultural Club will meet at 5:00 PM at the Planetarium before each film. Join us for pre-film and post-viewing discussion!
Mark your calendars and plan to attend. These shows are open to the public.
ADVISORY: Films are not rated and contain adult content. As such, children’s attendance is discouraged.
The film line up includes independent films from across the world:
- Rafiki - October 4, 2019 at 7 p.m.
- The Third Wife - November 1, 2019 at 7 p.m.
- The Sower - December 6, 2019 at 7 p.m.
The First Friday Foreign Films program is funded by the HCC Multicultural Club and HCC Arts Guild thanks to support by HCC Activities. Questions can be directed to Miriam Kero, Diversity Officer, at 218-263-2969.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. When will the Tobacco Use policy take effect?
A. The policy prohibiting any use of tobacco on college property goes into effect August 1, 2018.
Q. What is considered a tobacco product and prohibited by the policy?
A. Any form of tobacco such as cigar, cigarette, snuff, chewing tobacco, smokeless pouches, loose-leaf tobacco, pipes, hookah, e-cigarettes, e-cigars, and any electronic oral device not specifically approved by the U.S. Food and Drug administration for use in medical treatment.
Q. Who is affected by this policy?
A. All College and dental clinic employees, students, visitors, and contractors must comply with the policy.
Q. How is the policy going to be enforced?
A. Individuals can enforce the policy by politely letting anyone using tobacco know that the policy is in place. Tell them we do not allow the use of tobacco products of any kind on our campus and we appreciate their respect for our campus environment. Repeated abuse of the policy by staff and faculty will be addressed by the Provost and Human Resources; students who repeatedly abuse the policy will meet with the Dean of Academics.
Q. How is Hibbing Community College going to help employees and students who want to quit using tobacco?
A. The College will provide resources for students and employees to obtain cessation help. Brochures, pamphlets, and other cessation materials and resources will be found in Student Services, Employee mailroom, Commons, and other locations across the campus.
Q. What are some resources including phone apps to help me become tobacco-free?
NCI QuitPal – Free smartphone app https://digital.gov/2013/03/14/nci-quitpal-app/
SmokefreeTXT – sign up at Smokefree.gov
(different groups for teens, pregnant women, Vets, and those who want to quit dip)
MyQuit Coach – Free app from LIVESTRONG in the App Store
QuitPlan - provides free phone counseling, nicotine patches, gum and lozenges to those who
Blue Cross and Blue Plus members - Quitting tobacco support line – Call toll-free 1-888-662-BLUE (2583)
iBook - Read a motivational tip each day for 50 days to help you conquer tobacco and quit
smoking for good with Sure-Fire, Fifty-Day Way to Stop Smoking – iBook
Quit for Life – provides an expert telephone coach, nicotine replacement aids, and a workbook.
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