Tuesday, October 1, 2013
TODAY’S EVENTS & PROGRAMS
HAPPY COLLEGE RADIO DAY!!! As the Maine State Headquarters for college radio, WRBC 91.5 FM will be celebrating throughout the day. Tune in and look out for festivities!
FLU SHOTS available for Bates students for $20. Clinic will be on the second floor of the Health Center on Tuesday, October 1 from 10am – 2pm and Wednesday October 2 from 10am – 2pm. You can pay the $20 in cash or it can be billed to your account.
Study Abroad Fair in Commons: The Off-Campus Study Office invites interested students, faculty and staff to the annual Study Abroad Fair on Wednesday, October 2. Representative from over 35 study abroad programs and foreign universities will be present in Commons rooms 221, 222, and the second floor hallway from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm.
The National Theater Institute of the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center will hold an information session Tuesday, October 1 @ 12:00 PM Commons 220 Whelan Balcony Overlook Come hear about our programs! NTI Connecticut Semester (4 week theater intensive in Waterford, CT), Moscow Art Theater Semester (14 week acting intensive in Moscow, Russia), Advanced Directing or Playwriting (14 week programs in Waterford, CT) and Theater Makers (6 week summer program in new play development)
Stop by the PEER WRITING AND SPEAKING CENTER for friendly, constructive conversation about your papers and presentations – no appointment necessary. Fall hours: Daytimes: Monday through Thursday from 9 to 5, Friday from 9 to 3, and Sunday afternoons from 1 to 5. Evenings: Sunday through Thursday nights from 7 to 11. We hope to see you!
Tuesday Tea: Join Student Activities each Tuesday during the semester for a cup of tea, some good conversation, a game, some cards, pool, cable tv, or just a relaxing break in a comfortable chair. Each week will feature a special Bates VIP to answer those burning questions you’ve always wanted to ask. Tuesday, at 4 pm, in the Chase Gallery.
Bates College Department of Mathematics presents ROBERT F. BROWN (University of California Los Angeles) giving a talk entitles “Calculus, topology and the discovery of interior fixed points” Tuesday, October 1, 2013, 4:30 PM in Hathorn 104 (Reception: 4PM in Hathorn 104)
BCDC Sophomore Pre-Health Meeting, October 1, 2013, 4:15 – 5:15 PM, Chase Hall 203 (Hirasawa)
Pre-Health Advisors Professor Lee Abrahamsen and Karen Daigler will talk about the MCAT, internship opportunities, volunteering locally and answer any additional pre-health questions.
BCDC Morningstar Development Program, Virtual Information Session, October 1, 2013, 7:00-8:00 pm, PGILL G13 Morningstar, Inc. is a leading provider of independent investment research in North America, Europe, Australia, and Asia. The Morningstar Development Program prepares recent college graduates for successful, long-term careers at Morningstar. Participants in this career development program will have hands-on opportunities to get to know Morningstar’s business and acquire professional skills. You will be exposed to a specific, targeted career path, as well as the chance to work on special projects throughout the company. Participants learn from company leaders while building knowledge of Morningstar’s data, research, and products. **If you are interested but unable to participate in this virtual (online) information session, please contact BCDC at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternative times may be available**
UPCOMING EVENTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
Love Bates? Be an Overnight Host for the Office of Admission! We are looking for students to host prospective students during overnight visits to campus. For each overnight guest you host, you receive $10 to the Den.You may host as few or as many times as your schedule permits. If you are a great ambassador for Bates, please email Katy Nowiszewski email@example.com to sign up!
Wind Down Wednesday - Karaoke in the Little Room with TakeNote and Swimming in Thoughts with Amandla in the Underground in 280 College
Village Club Series presents: Hotels and Highways THIS Thursday at 9pm in the Mays Cener. As always, chai and cookies will be provided!
Get excited! Chase Hall Committee presents BIG PRIZE BINGO!!! This Friday at 9pm in Old Common
WEEKLY ORGANIZATIONAL MEETINGS:
1:00pm – 3:00pm BCDC Career Fellows Walk in Hours – BCDC 53 Campus Avenue
4:10pm Meditation – Chapel
4:15pm Drop-in hours to meet with Writing Specialist, Lauren Vedal No question is too small! – OIE 202
4:30pm Kripalu Flow with Addie in Old Commons, Chase Hall
5:30pm German Table – New Commons 225
8:00pm Vinyasa Flow with Michelle in Old Commons, Chase Hall
8:00pm Chem 107AA/AC Peer Assisted Learning (Cote): Come to Chem 107AA/AC PALS to review and organize course material with each other and a peer leader, and prepare for exams. Dana 300