This month’s interview is with North Campus Security Officer Michael Ebalaroza.
When did you start working at CPCC?
I started in January of 2003.
What are your job responsibilities?
I make sure that faculty, staff, and students are secure while they’re on campus.
What’s your favorite part of your job?
Providing assistance to the faculty and staff.
What’s something interesting about you that people may not know?
I am a native of Hawaii. I was born and raised in Honolulu. I also sing with a Polynesian show and have performed at several CPCC campuses and in Las Vegas, Disneyworld, Sea World, and around North Carolina.
It’s time to share your book reviews again! We’re on for Friday, September 16. Do you want more information? Try our BookMarks Blog.
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Our August display was created by Brian Anderson, an instructor in the English, Reading, and Humanities Department. This special display, created from Brian’s own personal collection, is entitled Books Go to War.
The display housed books ranging from classics to topics like humor and sports. All of these titles are Armed Services Editions and in most cases are the complete work. The titles included in the display largely covered 1943-47. Looks like our GI’s were well-read! Brian notes that some of the editions were being republished for the Iraq war. For more information, click here or contact Brian.
To find out, visit our display of Chinese calligraphy and writing tools. These items are on display for the month of July. General calligraphy books are available for check out.
Display of calligraphy, seals and seal engraving tools, brushes, etc.
Sample of a Chinese painting with calligraphy superimposed by a Ching emperor, with seals from both the painter and the emperor.
Decode the British slang used below that describes our June display. Don’t be a clot! Use this link http://www.peevish.co.uk/slang/index.htm.
The June Library display celebrates the official birthday of the Queen as well as all things British (in particular the telly). That’s the stuff!