Thursday, October 10, 2013
TODAY’S EVENTS & PROGRAMS
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!
Thesis Workshop: The Literature Review (Thurs. Oct 10, 4:10pm, in Coram 230) One of the most overwhelming parts of writing your thesis is creating a literature review. Come discuss the purpose and structure of a literature review, as well as strategies for organizing and writing this section of your thesis. Share your questions and ideas with your fellow thesis writers, and ask questions of a professional writing specialist.
Chase Hall Learn-to Lessons: Every Thursday in Chase Hall we will offer a new lesson.This week’s lesson:Fill, Fold, Flip – Mastering the Omelet! Click here to sign up. Thursday, October 10. Space is limited to 25, so sign up soon!
BCDC Chicago Booth Admissions Information Session: Thinking about an MBA? October 10, 2013, 6:30-8:00 p.m., Chase 203 (Hirasawa) What are the benefits to having an MBA degree? Is it the right graduate degree for me? During this session, Chicago Booth Admissions Directors Joanne Legler and Meghan Keedy will talk about the MBA degree, and offer suggestions and advice for researching and navigating the top-tier business school admissions process. They will discuss things you can do both as a student and as a new professional to better prepare yourself for your business school application. Joanne and Meghan will also introduce you to a summer opportunity at Chicago Booth developed specifically for undergraduates and/or early career professionals. The Chicago Booth Summer Business Scholars Program is a 3-week business immersion where students study with Chicago Booth faculty and visit leading area companies – it’s a terrific glimpse into what an MBA program might be like. Refreshments will be served!
BCDC Oracle Corporation Information Session, October 10, 2013, 7:00-8:00 pm, NC 221 Oracle is looking for students from all majors for a unique entry-level training program who can demonstrate a strong work ethic, “want to win” attitude, and a track record of achievement. Oracle is globally recognized market leader and the dominant force in the Database and Business Applications software market. The company’s customers include the largest corporations and governments in the world. This program is highly selective, and provides an entry into one of the most progressive sales models in the industry. Oracle employees enjoy competitive salaries, excellent health benefits, and a network of like-minded co-workers that drives innovation across the entire technology industry.
The Village Club Series presents: HUMMING HOUSE! At once danceable and reflective, familiar and nostalgic, Humming House is a musical experiment gone right. This Thursday at 9pm in the Mays Center
UPCOMING EVENTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
Bates Allies Rally IV will take place next Friday, Oct. 11th, in conjunction with National Coming Out Day, as members of the Athletic Department’s Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) along with Athletics staff will be tabling outside of the Fireplace Lounge in New Commons where you can sign a placard containing the Bates Ally Pledge
**CHC PRESENTS: COMEDIAN GINA BRILLION** Please join the Chase Hall Committee on FRIDAY OCTOBER 11TH in the BENJAMIN E. MAYS CENTER at 9pm. “Actress/Comedian and writer; Gina Brillon has as much sex appeal as she does sass in her in your face style of Stand up comedy…The Bronx born Latina has no trouble connecting with her male or female fans with her raw honesty about everything from what it’s like being an “Ethnic” to a brutal breakdown of the female mind.” For more info: www.ginabrillon.com See you there! It will be a great show!
This week the Student Activities will offer a bus to Freeport. The bus will depart from Chase Hall at 12pm and return to campus at 5pm. Stop by Student Activities to sign up!
WEEKLY ORGANIZATIONAL MEETINGS:
12:00 pm – Vinyasa Flow Yoga with Lydia Lobozzo – Merrill Gym Small Dance Studio
4:10pm Meditation – Chapel
4:10 pm Brooks Quimby Debate Council – Alumni House, 67 Campus Avenue
4:30pm Kripalu Flow Yoga with Addie – Chase Hall Old Commons
7:30pm Women’s Advocacy Group. All students are welcome, regardless of gender. – 45 Campus Avenue
Students! Take a faculty member to breakfast or lunch in Commons
Faculty! Take a student to breakfast or lunch in Commons
Free! Just give your name to the attendant at door of Commons
Sponsored by the President’s Office
Submit blurbs at http://www.bates.edu/activities/bates-daily-submission/