Center Stage Series: Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain
Saturday, November 16 at 7:30 p.m.
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Fall Science Research Symposium 9:40-10:50 am, Thursday, December 12 in the Sampson-Hoffland Atrium and Valders Concourse. This is a single unified event highlighting undergraduate student research in the sciences at Luther College. The symposium will include 75 poster presentations by students from classes in Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Studies, Math, Nursing, and Psychology. All members of the Luther community (especially our friends in the humanities and social sciences) are invited to come see products of student learning in the sciences.
CAF student tickets are on sale now at the Ticket Office and tickets.luther.edu for the Center Stage Series performances of the Simon Shaheen Ensemble and Fahrenheit 451! Come pick up a ticket before Christmas Break so that you can get the best seats for these great spring semester shows!
LIBRARY BOOKS ARE DUE! December 13 is the due date for books checked out from the main stacks by students on or before Sunday, Dec. 8. Books may be renewed once online or by bringing them in physically to the circulation desk if you have exceeded the renewal limit. The new due date is Jan. 29, the last day of J-term. Click on "Library Account" online at http://www.luther.edu/library/
Student Payroll will be Friday, December 13 for November work. Your electronic pay advice will be available at My.Luther on December 13. If you have a work credit plan, both your statement of account and your pay advice will be available on My.Luther.
Come join Active Minds on Monday, December 16 from 8-11 pm in the Union! We will have FREE hot chocolate, coffee, tea and cookies! Bring your own mugs! This event is sponsored by Active Minds and Student Senate.
Sustainability is offering one last chance to store your bike in a safe, dry location for the winter. The Ashmore-Jewell Barn will be open on Saturday, December 14th from 2-3:30 pm for any student wishing to store a bike. This will be the last time the barn will be open until after spring break. If you are not able to make this time, please have a friend bring your bike. Questions? Please email email@example.com.
Vanna White will be on campus in January to help you on your road to good health. Play Witty Words and YOU could win a wonderful prize. This game is for the month of January and is open to all employees and students. Email Vicky Jaeger <jaegervi> to sign up and for more information.
Working on a research paper? Wondering how to keep track of your sources, create a bibliography and footnotes?Zotero (free application) helps you collect, manage, and cite your sources. Bring your laptop to ourworkshop and learn how to download Zotero and set it up to manage your resources (available for PCs and MACs). When: Thursday, December 12. Where: Hovde Lounge, Preus Library. Time: 7:00 p.m - 8:00 p.m.
Interested in joining President Bill Clinton’s Clinton Global Initiative University? And more than 1,000 students, youth organizations, topic experts, and celebrities at Clinton Global Initiative University! Apply today at CGIU.org! More than $500,000 in seed funding available! It’s also free to apply & free to attend! The conference will hosted at Arizona State University during March 21-23. Final application deadline: January 17, 2014! Application requirements and more information available at http://www.cgiu.org/default.asp or by contacting campus rep. Yingyan(Shelly) Yao, firstname.lastname@example.org
Residence halls will close Thursday, December 19 at 7:00 p.m. for Christmas break. Dieseth, Miller, Baker Village, College Apartments, and all college-owned houses are open during the break; all other residence halls will be locked. Students staying on campus during any part of the Christmas break (except shuttle riders) will need to register with the Residence Life office before Friday, December 13. Only registered students will have IDs activated for access to Towers. The residence halls will reopen for J-term on Saturday, January 4 at 10:00 a.m.
Luther College invites the Decorah community to celebrate at "Christmas in the Union" from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Wednesday, December 11, in the Dahl Centennial Union. Festive activities, a movie and pictures with Santa will be happening during the event. A holiday dinner will be at 5-7:30 p.m. The Luther College Book Shop will have storewide discounts throughout the day. Participants can vote and bring in an ugly sweater and ornament to display at the Book Shop.
This year's Kwanzaa Festival Celebration will be held December 13-14. On Friday, December 13th, chapel in the CFL will feature candle lighting and Anthony Howard and Cole Jessen doing spoken word. On Saturday, December 14th, there will be a festival in Peace Dining 4:00-6:00, including a buffet style meal, performances, remembrances, lighting of the candles, and libation. Tickets are available at the Ticket Office and Diversity Center until December 12th. Students: Meal swipe + $5; Adults: $12.
Are you a Luther student who has always wanted to try radio? KWLC is holding auditions for J-term and spring semester shows. No previous radio experience needed! Auditions are being held next week (12/9-12/11). Come down to the basement of the union to sign up for a time to audition! Great music, friends, and radio await! See Facebook.com/KWLCradio for further information.
The Counseling Service is sponsoring tabling for the White Ribbon Campaign (WRC) on December 10 outside Marty’s starting at 5:15 pm. WRC is the world’s largest movement of men and boys working to end violence against women and girls, promote gender equity, healthy relationships and a new vision of masculinity. The WRC asked men to wear white ribbons as a pledge to never commit, condone or remain silent about violence against women and girls.
All users of Legends Fitness Center MUST have a change of shoes to work out. People coming without the change of shoes will be sent away. Thank you for helping us keep our facility clean.
The Center for Sustainable Communities and Dining Services are excited to announce the Cafeteria to Community Program. This new program works to get food into the homes of those who may need it. For more information go to http://www.luther.edu/sustainability/food/regional/caftocommunity/. Volunteers are crucial for the success of this program! The program is currently seeking student, staff, faculty and community member volunteers for J-term and Spring Semester.
MASSAGE: Reduce stress leading into finals with a massage on campus. $30 for 1/2 hour, $40/hour for students at Health Service 8-5, M-F. Call Health Service to schedule an appointment (387.1045
Happy Holidays from Aynah, Luther’s student organization for cooperative development. Aynah (eye-nuh) works to empower communities and alleviate poverty worldwide in an environmentally and culturally sensitive way through cooperative enterprises. In 2012, we raised $20,000 to establish an irrigation system and farmers’ cooperative in rural Ethiopia, bringing new opportunities to sixty poor farmers. Your donation or purchase will support our next community partner: an aspiring textile workers’ cooperative in Argentina. To order COOKIES contact : email@example.com or 515-779-3868.
Habitat for Humanity will be selling gingerbread house kits to raise money for their service trip to Santa Fe, New Mexico. Each kit is $10. The kit will include gingerbread, twizzlers, frosting, and candies to decorate. Kits will be ready to pick up to by Friday, December 13th. To order one, either email firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the table between December 2-6th from 9-11am or 5-7pm next to Marty's.