Seneca to Make a Difference on Thursday
On Thursday, Sept. 17 Seneca will “Make a Difference” in the Seneca@York courtyard. This one day fund raising event will raise awareness for Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders and support the relief effort for refugees in Syria.
The collaborative event between faculty and students will feature musical performances, illustrations, video presentations and a silent auction and a guest speaker. The day's schedule is below.
Fund raising activities will also be happening at Newnham Campus in the Minkler Atrium. The faculty and staff in Liberal Arts are having a bake and book sale.The Esthetics program will be selling traveling spa kits, discounted gift certificates, products and services. All proceeds will be donated.
Donations can also be made online.
10 a.m. Silent auction begins
Display of auction items and forms Cafeteria area, along outside wall of the gym until 4 p.m.
11 a.m. Live Comics Drawing
Illustration students drawing comic panels live outside Library/Computing Commons
11 a.m.Improv Games
Improvisation games with the acting students throughout the campus
11 a.m. Caricatures
Caricatures done in the courtyard
Noon Film screening
Short report on refugee crisis from Vice News in the Lower Kaleidoscope Room (S1209)
12:30 p.m. Guest Speakers
David Agnew, Seneca President, and Chris Houston from Doctors Without
Borders in the Lower Kaleidoscope Room (S1209)
12:40 p.m. Film screening
Showing of two short films on the work of Doctors Without Borders in the Lower Kaleidoscope Room (S1209)
4 p.m. Event ends