Academics are our highest priority, it’s true. But we’re not all about textbooks and research labs. There’s plenty to do outside the classroom! From an annual music festival to renowned lecturers to Opera Theatre; Zumba class to Ultimate Frisbee games to Thursday Chapel; Greek life to varsity athletics to community outreach, there’s something for everyone at Southwestern.
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|Residence Life||Student Activities||SUPD (Police Department)|
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|Academic Success & Records||Civic Engagement|
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March 9th, 2014
Free SU Shuttle
The “Building an Identity” Paideia group is starting a free SU shuttle service on Sundays. We will pick up any interested student outside of the McCombs center on Sundays at 3:00. We drop off at HEB and Wolf Ranch and will pick you up one hour later to return you to campus.
March 18th, 2014
6:00pm - 7:00pm:
Spring Hazing Awareness Event - The Case of Robert Champion
Join us for our Spring Hazing Awareness Event as we take a look at the case of Robert Champion. Robert was a drum major at Florida A&M University, who died from a hazing related incident in November of 2011. This presentation will look at why this event happened, and what could have been done by band members, the band director, and the university to possibly keep this event from happening. You won’t want to miss this thought-provoking event.
March 20th, 2014
5:30pm - 6:30pm:
Leadership Development Series: Passing the Baton - Effective Officer Transitions
One of the most difficult things that occur at the end of one term and the beginning of another is the transition between leaders. What happened last year? Is your organization reinventing the wheel every year? A thorough Leadership Transition plan will provide an organization with continuity so that next year’s officers can build on the knowledge gained rather than starting from ground zero.