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Tuesday, October 1

Features

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Life's Journey: A Retrospective Exhibition of Komelia Hongja Okim, Retiring Artist and Educator, Oct. 1-25

President's Corner

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Dr. Pollard's Public Schedule is Available on Inside MC Online

Need to Know

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New Traffic Laws Effective Oct.1: No Hand-Held Cell Phone Use, Seat Belts for ALL Passengers

HRSTM

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Administrative Vacancy - Instructional Dean - Rockville Campus

College/Campus News

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Event in Rockville Town Center Kicks Off County's Capital Bikeshare

Guest Lectures

MC Events

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Gov't Secrets and the Press: Gary Ross to Speak Oct. 3, at MC-Rockville

It's Academic

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Rockville Counseling Presents Test Anxiety/Test Preparation Workshop on October 3

Arts at MC

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Check Out Murder Mystery Farce "Lucky Stiff" at MC-Rockville, Oct. 9-13

Library News

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Libraries' Hours/Closings Fall Semester 2013

Professional Development

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Eliminating Achievement Gaps for Students of Color: Using Data to Engage Students of Color, Oct. 15

Campus Sports News

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Fourth-Ranked Men's Soccer Suffers First Loss, Bounces Back With 16-1 Shellacking of STCC

Faculty Spotlight

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Faculty Spotlight: 10 Questions with Dr. Molly Donnelly

MC Books & More

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Upcoming Inventory Dates, Important Reminders about MC Books & More

What's on MCTV?

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MCTV Celebrates LGBT History Month with "It Gets Better" Interviews

Noor, A Play Exploring Religious Tolerance - Oct. 4 at MC-TP/SS

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Category: MC Events

Published: Oct 1 2013 12:00AM

On Friday, October 4 at 7 p.m., the play <i>Noor</i>, will be performed in Theater 2 of the Cultural Arts Center at the Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus. Noor tells the story of three young Muslim men who are faced with the kidnapping of their younger sister by unidentified soldiers during Ramadan. As the brothers grapple with how to rescue Noor while preserving their honor, they undergo the same crisis within their Islamic beliefs that is occurring throughout the world as fundamentalism, mysticism, and modernity clash.

Heralded by <i>The Washington Post</i> as "a paean to religious tolerance," Noor debuted at American University in September to sold out audiences. Attendance at the performance meets the multicultural/diversity requirement.

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