Weekend of October 5 & 6, 2013
THIS WEEKEND’S EVENTS & PROGRAMS
Weekend shuttle to Lewiston and Auburn: The shuttle runs Friday and Saturday evenings, from 6 pm – 12 midnight, and then on Sunday, from 12 noon – 6 pm. The shuttle leaves from in front of Chase Hall and heads to Auburn locations at the top of the hour. At the bottom of each hour the shuttle heads to Lewiston locations. To see the full schedule, see below or visit http://www.bates.edu/activities/getting-around/shuttle/
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!
Good luck to all the teams representing Bobcat Nation this weekend!
MATH REVIEW SERIES FOR THE GENERAL GRE TEST: this week Basics: order of operations, decimals, percents, exponents, and radicals. Offered on Sundays from 2-4pm in Hathorn 104. The review series will be conducted by Alison Kimball who possesses extensive experience in teaching SAT math prep
NEXT WEEK’S EVENTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
Museum of Art Presents: Global Lens Film: LIFE KILLS ME (La Vida Me Mata) Monday, October 7 at 7:30pm Olin Arts Center, room 104
The Office of Intercultural Education Speakers Series Presents: An Evening with Jeff Sheng Photographer of the Fearless Photo Exhibit: Photographs of GLBT Athletes Monday, October 7th 7pm, New Commons 221-222
“What I Did Last Summer: Adventures in Community Engagement Part Two” Speakers: Alexandra Morrow ’16, The Children’s Museum of New Hampshire; Mikka Macdonald ’16, International Rescue Committee; Merrill Brady ’14, Trinity Jubilee Center’s Free Health Clinic; and Stephanie Caplen ’14, L/A Arts. Bates students reflect on their summer fellowships. Free and open to the public. Lunch provided (mention your are with the Harward Center and the front desk, grab your lunch in Commons and bring your tray upstairs). No RSVP required. Tuesday, October 8, 2013 12-1pm New Commons 201
Break transportation is here! Looking to get to Portland Jetport? Boston? Hartford? Or New York City?? We have partnered with Break Shuttle and worked with Mermaid Transportation to provide transportation options beginning with Thanksgiving break. For transportation to Portland Jetport, please click here to see the Mermaid Transportation options! For transportation to Boston, Hartford and New York City, please click here to see the Break Shuttle options.
WEEKLY ORGANIZATIONAL MEETINGS:
2pm FilmBoard Screening of: Despicable Me 2 – Olin 104
5:30pm Catholic Mass led by Associated Chaplain Father Paul Dumais of the Prince of Peace Parish. All are welcome!
7:30pm FilmBoard Screening of: Despicable Me 2 – Olin 104
2:00 pm FilmBoard Screening of: Despicable Me 2 – Olin 104
4:30 pm FilmBoard Screening of: Despicable Me 2 – Olin 104
5:30 pm Christian Worship – Led by Bates Christian Fellowship, the Gospelaires, and Stephen Saxon, Associated Minister of Music – Chapel
7:00pm Bio 242 Peer Assisted Learning: Come to PALS to review and organize course material. Open to all students in Bio 242. -Carnegie 113
7:00pm Chem 217 Peer Assisted Learning: Orgo PALS is open to all students and provides an opportunity to work problems and review course material together Pettengill G52
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