It's that time of year when the Child Learning Center sets free the "Goblins and Ghost, ooh and some princesses too" from the pre-K room. If you would like to see them up close, just give us a call. There should be around 20-25 little characters running through your building. They are already talking about costumes. Friday October 30/ 9:00am-12:00pm
The deadline for submitting an audition video and application packet for the AP Apollo homecoming talent show is tonight (Tuesday, Oct. 13). Please submit materials to firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out the AP Apollo website for more info and the application packet!
Webinar. This course reveals what assertiveness really means, and how it is different from aggression, and outlines specific techniques you can use to respond to challenging situations and difficult people. Please register at link.
Webinar. Learn how to best use Sway, the new presentation tool for Office users, how to begin with Sway, creating Sways from existing documents or from scratch, and then adding titles, using cards to lay out a storyline, choosing a design, and determining navigation, and more. Please use link to register.
The Political Science Department and Princeton Review are offering a free LSAT practice test on Oct. 21 at 9 a.m. in the MUC 307. Interested in attending law school? You should take the test to see where you are at. Please email email@example.com with your A#, email address and a contact number to register. We have 20 spots left! Plan to be here at least four hours. Open to entire campus.
Cesar Bautista from the T.I.R.R.C. TN (Tennessee Immigrant Refuge Rights Coalition) will be coming to APSU on Monday, Nov. 2 at 2:30 p.m. in the MUC 305 to discuss Tuition Equality in the State of Tennessee. Free food and drinks will be provided and this is open to the entire campus community! Sponsored by the Political Science Department and the Hispanic Cultural Center! JOIN US!
Dr. Gregg from Political Science and Dr. Steinberg from the History Department will be continuing their discussion on "Situations in Russia: One Year Under Sanctions". Updates will be given on Russia's current situation! All students welcome to attend! October 14 at 2:30 p.m. in the MUC 303.
Join the Sexual Assault Response Team out in front of the Foy on Thursday Oct. 15 @7pm in this playful opportunity to learn about ways men can combat sexualized violence. This event asks men on campus to literally walk a mile in high heeled shoes to demonstrate that men are willing and able to be partners with women in making the world a safer place. Sexualized violence does not just affect women!
Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) & Office of Student Affairs
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