Randstad will be hosting an information table for students to inquire, apply and interview for assembly positions at Electrolux with the starting pay of $11 per hour. Randstad is now offering part time positions and all shifts are available full time. Don't miss this great opportunity to earn some extra money to help pay for college!
Registration for Session 3 Intramural Sports is now open! These sports include Basketball, Indoor Soccer, Racquetball Doubles and Table Tennis Singles. Please visit our IMLeagues site for a complete list of days and times of our program offerings.
Coming Home will be Jan. 30 - Feb. 4. Similar to Homecoming, there is events and competitions for student organizations leading up to the Women's and Men's Basketball games on Saturday. Events include Banner Competition, Open Mic/Trivia Night, Warm Clothes Drive, Wild N Out Comedy Show, Pep Rally, & Shopping Cart Parade. Student orgs must register by January 29 on Peaylink to compete for money!
The Govs Programming Council (GPC) have planned our Spring 2017 events. We will have 10 events including: Speaker Rajiv Surendra (Kevin G from Mean Girls), Open Mic/Trivia Night, Wild N Out Comedy Show, Dinner & Movie, Game Show, Make and Takes, Bumper Cars, Soccer Darts, Murder Mystery Dinner, & the annual Let's Glow Peay event featuring a Foam Party! Check out our website for more info.
Looking for an unconventional learning experience? Perform in Eve Ensler's award-winning play, "The Vagina Monologues," and study the issues the play raises about gender and empowerment. One student reports, this course "changed my outlook on women around the world." Another: "I felt like I was part of a force to change women's lives."
WGS 3060 CRN 2659. Meets on Tuesdays.
Why is the Iliad so important? Who really founded democracy? Did Freud know anything about Oedipus? How did they build those temples? What's up with Plato? What can Psycho can teach us about Gk tragedy? All readings in English. If ancient civilizations fascinate you, take Greek Civ CLAS 3610-19 2629 MW 3:35-5:00 in spring; get 3 upper-div elective credits.
There are openings in the Senate of the Student Government Association! Students who are a constitute of the College of Science and Mathematics, College of Behavioral and Health Sciences, College of Education, or are classified as a Sophomore by credits are eligible for these positions. Eligibility criteria can be found on the Senator Application, linked below. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All students are welcome to join us at the Military Student Center for our Welcome Back Breakfast. Take some time between classes and join us to celebrate the start of the Spring 2017 semester. There will be free food, drinks and door prizes (while supplies last), as well as friendly faces.
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