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Expressive Arts Evening Workshop, 2/04

Writing the Chinese Animal Zodiac: Enjoyable Participation in Chinese Calligraphy

Chinese Calligraphy, the writing of Chinese characters, is an art which has developed over many centuries in China. Usually the first attempt produces something aesthetically pleasing. Join us for an evening of spontaneous expression and relieve school pressures through the supple art of Chinese writing! Drop by to learn more about the Chinese New Year and the Animal Zodiac.

Bishops Lounge, Wednesday 2/04, at 7pm-9pm 

Sponsored by: The Asian Student Association, Counseling and Health Center, and the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures: Chinese Program

Please register with Betsy Naylor via: Spaces are limited. Please note: this workshop is for students only. Faculty and staff are welcomed to inquire about other expressive arts opportunities that I will be offering in the near future!

Note: This art workshop is offered through The Counseling Center and is not part of an art class offered by the Art and Art History Department.

delivered by:Betsy Naylor


Capstone Chat (Feb. 4) in the DEWC (MBH 306)

On Wednesday, February 4th, the Debby Ellis Writing Center will be hosting a Capstone Chat (feat. free pizza)!!!

Join us in Mood-Bridwell Hall 306 at 12:30pm for an open discussion about capstone success.

We hope to see you there!

<3, the DEWC

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Club, Organization, and Extracurricular Notices

Cinematic Saturday TONIGHT: The Theory of Everything

It's finally here! The Student Activities Office presents: The Theory of Everything tonight at 8 pm in the Cove. As always, popcorn will be provided! 

Don't forget to bring your popcorn tubs. Less waste; more popcorn!



delivered by:Dani Lilly


Community Service and Fund-Raising

Apply now! Destination: Service Spring Break Trip

Click here to learn more and apply now!

Applications Due February 6th!

Destination: SERVICE, an alternative Spring Break service program offered by the Office of Civic Engagement, is designed so that participants and communities are empowered to achieve positive social change. Students on this trip will volunteer with the U.S. Forest Service and the National Parks Service at the Gila National Wilderness and Cliff Dwellings National Monument. The trip invovles trail repair, creek bed maintenance and wildfire cleanup. Students who do not wish to participate in active hiking and trail repair each day may have the option of serving at the National Monument

delivered by:Sarah Puffer