Students and faculty of all faiths are invited to an evening of fellowship every Wednesday at 6:30 pm at the Newman House, 715 Franklin St., just a couple of blocks from campus opposite Immaculate Conception Church. Questions about Catholicism? We can help. Pizza is provided. Contact: Chloe Wight, email@example.com, or Dr Tim Winters, firstname.lastname@example.org, 221-7118.
The APSU Study Abroad Photo and Video Contest is a great way to share your experiences abroad with other APSU students, faculty and staff. The submission deadline is September 14, 2016. Eligibility, submission requirements, and award information are located at the web address below.
It's not too late! Read the New Testament, Homer, Sophocles in the original Greek. A few seats left, no prereq! Why settle for a translation when you can see for yourself exactly what those texts say? Love Christianity, history, literature, taking the LSAT or MCAT, or just curious? Learn Greek! Hybrid course, MWF at 9:05 for 4 hrs credit. GREK 1010-03 2865.
Do you love films of adventure, drama, and history? Like to learn culture in European capitals? Then you would love “London & Dublin in Film” which takes place Dec 26, 2016 to Jan 8, 2017. We will visit the Irish and British Film Institutes, enjoy theatre at the Abbey and West End, and hit the high spots: Westminster Abbey, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Kilmainham Gaol, Cambridge University.
The ESL (English as a Second Language) Institute is looking for fluent English speaking students (faculty and staff also welcome) to become a conversation partner to English language students. Conversation partners interact with English language students to help them improve their English skills. See website below for more information and application form—due Friday, Sept 2.
An interest meeting will be held for students who would like to learn more about the QEP Student Advisory Council. The QEP SAC is a great way to get involved on campus and learn valuable skills while building your résumé. The interest meeting will be on Tuesday, August 30 from 3-4:00pm in UC 308. For more information and to apply for the QEP SAC, visit the web address below.
APSU Telemarketing has a solution for you! Join the fun and apply for the APSU Phonathon program. Meet new peers in a student atmosphere while building your resume and FUNdraising for APSU. Fall Phonathon begins September 26 applications for telemarketing positions are now being accepted, so apply today.
Ever wonder where carpe diem came from? Or the poetry of lament or of voyage? CLAS 3240-13 CRN 3821 explores the history of poetic styles. We read in translation the Greek and Latin poems that gave birth to genres of poetry, and study English poems in those genres. Particularly important for English majors and English graduate students who want to understand the western poetic tradition.
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