Unwind and unplug at the ACC! A new study that compared the different brain processes used for writing by hand and typing has found that there are cognitive benefits to putting a pen to paper. Psychology Today published that writing can help the brain to develop the logical functions required for successful math and science learning, in addition more »
Asian Cultures Around Campus featuring Japanese Origami and Paper Crafts
November 25 4:00pm
Learn the art of Japanese origami and other paper crafts! Beginners are welcome and encouraged, and lessons are free and open to the public. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Informal classes will meet every Wednesday during the semester to practice. Taught by Chiaki Arai.
Weekly Asian Games: Let's Play Mah-Jong
November 27 4:00pm
On Fridays, things get competitive at the ACC with Weekly Asian Games. Mah-Jong is a game of skill and fortune originating in China. It is played with thick plastic blocks that have numbers and suits similar to Western playing cards.
Weekly Asian Games: Go Game
November 27 4:00pm
On Fridays, things get competitive at the ACC with Weekly Asian Games. Go is a strategic and philosophical board game somewhat similar to chess. It originated in China more than 2,500 years ago, where it is called weiqi, and then spread to Japan, where it is called go, and Korea, where it is called baduk.
Asian Cultures Around Campus featuring Calligraphy Lessons
November 27 5:00pm
Learn and practice the ancient art of East Asian Calligraphy. During our meetings, the instructor will share interesting facts about calligraphy as well as teach you to write in the ancient script. Beginners are welcome and encouraged, and lessons are free and open to the public. For more information, please email email@example.com. Informal class more »