Michigan Army National Guard Officer
Lunch and Learn
Anyone interested in learning about the National Guard.
Meet with Michigan Army National Guard Officers. Listen to them explain what the guard is, it's role in the community, state, and Nation. What it means and how to become a commissioned officer, where you can serve your community and state. How benefits such as tuition assistance, student loan repayment, low cost healthcare insurance may be available to you.
Welcome to SHPE, A-Section Winter 2016! For this meeting, we will discuss the upcoming philanthropy drive, as well as playing a Hispanic/Latino Geography Game!
Come one, come all!
To WKUF's Open Mic Night where you are the performance!
Act, Sing (Good or Bad), Improv, Play an instrument, and much more!
Plus a chance to win prizes!
Event will run from 7 to 11 p.m. in BJ's Lounge
All students are welcome!
Anime Club is holding its own mini-Convention!
Our officers and members will host a number of games and activities during the evening. These include events like Jeopardy! Cosplay Battle! Dramatic Fan-Fiction reading, among others. Cosplay is encouraged and everyone is welcome.
It'll be another great night with food and friends.
And even some prizes!
Applications are due to the Recreation Center Front Desk before closing on Sunday, Feb. 7 for volleyball and innertube water polo officials. Visit the link below for an application and more information.
Team registration deadline for intramural volleyball and innertube water polo. Register on imleagues.com. For detailed instructions, visit the link below. Team Captains must attend the Manager Meeting at 6:00 p.m. in the Recreation Center Alumni Lounge to complete registration.
Superbowl 50 Party presented by Thompson Hall & KSG
In BJ's Lounge!
Free dinner, half-time snacks & prizes!!
Starting at 6 p.m.
Todd Zakrajsek, author of "The New Science of Learning," will hold a student discussion on Thursday, February 4 at 12:20 p.m. All students are invited - the discussion will focus on not about spending more time studying, but rather how to study and learn better.
Lunch will be provided compliments Student Academic Council and The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.