STLCC - Wildwood
2645 Generations Drive
Wildwood, MO 63040-1168
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Upcoming Events at Wildwood
STLCC-Wildwood has so much to offer - from our academic lecture series to club activities and community events, there's always something going on at Wildwood. Take a look at some of our featured events, and get involved on campus!
Wanted: Empty Medicine Bottles
In an effort to help families in Malawi, STLCC-Wildwood has started a medicine bottle collection drive. The donated bottles will be sent to the Malawi Project, an organization that works to provide families with medicine bottles to help keep their medicines clean, out of reach of small children and safe while they are being used.
STLCC-Wildwood’s medicine bottle collection box is located in Room 105, outside of the Campus Life office. Bottles should have their labels removed before they are dropped off in the donation box.
For more information about the Malawi Project, visit the website.
For questions regarding the medicine bottle collection drive at Wildwood, contact Stephanie Graham firstname.lastname@example.org.
Creative Writing Club Contest
Submissions due Feb. 19, 2016
Students: Submit poems, short stories, plays and creative non-fiction pieces 10 pages or less for consideration in the Creative Writing Club Contest. Category winners will receive $50 Amazon gift cards, and the overall winner will receive a Kindle Fire. Entries will also be considered for The Sycamore, our annual literary magazine. For more information, and to submit entries, contact Monica Swindle at email@example.com.
"It's a Wonderful Life" Radio Play
Friday, Dec. 4
STLCC-Wildwood invites the community to join us for our annual holiday performance of, "It's a Wonderful Life," a live radio play by Joe Landry. The production features students, staff and community members. Admission is free.
Guests are encouraged to bring a canned good to donate to Circle Of Concern or a new, unwrapped toy to benefit Santa's Helpers.
Art Faculty Exhibition
Nov. 23 - Jan. 22
Eight faculty will show their artwork in St. Louis Community College-Wildwood's faculty art exhibition. The gallery is located on the campus' third floor, 2645 Generations Drive. Gallery hours are 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Thursday, and 7 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday. The exhibition is free and open to the public.
Contemporary Conversation: Human Trafficking in the U.S.
Wednesday, January 27
Human Trafficking is a crime against humanity. Its victims are found in cities, suburbs, and rural areas in every state, including Missouri. In January, STLCC -Wildwood will join the fight against human trafficking by working to raise awareness about this form of modern day slavery.
During this presentation, Kimberlee Vaughn, assistant professor of psychology, will explain what human trafficking is, how it impacts our culture, and its correlation to human sexuality and social psychology.