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College Channel Programming Guide

The College Channel is your source for information, lectures and special events held at Grand Rapids Community College and in the community. The College Channel can be viewed on Comcast Cable Channel 903 (Digital) as well as AT&T U-verse Channel 99 (U-verse instructions available in "Downloads" section on right)

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The current schedule of programming offered on the College Channel is available in the "Downloads" section on the right. Programs offered this week include:


Aquinas College Contemporary Writer Series - Gregory Orr


Aquinas College Lunch Lecture - Affirmative Action in the NFL


GRCC -Libor Ondras Viola Recital accompanied by Kenneth Box


Aquinas Lecture: Shellie Jefferies


GRCC Fall 2014 Convocation - Celebration of GRCC's Hundredth Anniversary


Hauenstein Center Common Ground Conference - Perspectives on the State of Liberal Arts


Hauenstein Center Common Ground Conference - Administration in Humanities and Social Science


Hauenstein Center Common Ground Conference - Marketing and the Marketplace: Civility in Academia and Beyond


Community Legends Project - Helen Claytor Statue Unveiling


Conversation with a Geographer: Dr. Caroline Faria


Conversation with a Geographer: Dr. Alicia Decker


Aquinas College Lecture Series - Women Composers


Diet Eman, Holocaust Survivor, Presented by Kuyper College





Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies - International Women's Panel


2014 Race, Ethnicity and Identity Conference - Pamela Alderman and Kizombo Kalumbula


GRCC Race Ethnicity Identity Conference 2014 - Styling a Nation: Fear and Desire in the South Sudanese Beauty Trade


GRCC Salute to Women Awards 2014


Diversity Conversations: Michele Norris


GRCC Diversity Lecture Series 2013-14: Michele Norris


GRCC Board of Trustees Meeting (August, 2014)


Cooking with Angus #34 Salmon


Cooking with Angus #96 Fishing



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