Events for the Next Seven Days
Friday, March 6, 20156:00:00 PM - Phired Up - A team member from Phired Up will focus on how to build masterful social skills and how to push one's social comfort zones to the max. Social Excellence increases social confidence and prepares individuals for success in college, business, relationships, and life. In today's technological world, human connections remain vital to professional and personal success and must remain an integral part of everyday life.
Cutlip AuditoriumBarnett, Jahnae - 2 point(s)
Saturday, March 7, 20153:00:00 PM - Dodgeball Tournament - NOTE TIME CHANGE TO 3:00 PM! Come down to Weider Fitness Center to sign up for our Annual Dodgeball Tourney! Co-Ed teams from 6-10 players per teams will be accepted. Champions will receive Intramural Champions T-Shirts!
Basketball CourtDecker, Logan - 1 point(s)
Monday, March 9, 20156:00:00 PM - The Immigration Debate - David Nehrt-Flores from Missouri Immigrant and Refugee Advocates will speak on the current debate about immigration. President Obama issued an executive order allowing some immigrants who had been brought to the US without documentation to stay in the country and apply for citizenship, but it was struck down by a court. It is being appealed. Come hear what the debate is about and why it's important.
Dulany AuditoriumMosley, Mary - 1 point(s)
Tuesday, March 10, 20155:00:00 PM - Table Talk at the Woods - Family dinners. We're making a thing of the past a thing of the future. 12 students will be invited to a free, mystery dinner and will feast on gourmet cuisine. You read that correctly. It's a LEAD event where you eat and talk. As part of the three-course meal, students will have supper with fellow classmates and be led in discussion by two mystery hosts. You won't know who is showing up for dinner in the Nielsen Room. You won't know who is hosting this feast, which is fit for a king and queen. But you can be assured the food will be great, the conversation will keep your interest and you'll learn something valuable from the experience. If you would like to attend, email Ashley Bauer at ALBauer@owls.williamwoods.edu and indicate your interest in attending.
Nielsen RoomTravis Tamerius, Office of Faith and Service - 1 point(s)
Tuesday, March 10, 20157:00:00 PM - ASL Performance - ASL/ITP students along with MSD students will be performing stories and songs.
Dulany AuditoriumDavis, Becky - 1 point(s)
Wednesday, March 11, 20154:00:00 PM - Black Book - International Film Series - Black Book. The Netherlands. 146 min. 2006. During World War II, a young Jewish woman is the only survivor of a Nazi ambush during a daring attempt to escape persecution and death. She joins the Dutch Resistance to avenge her family and must navigate a minefield of deception. Rated R.
Library AuditoriumDudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)
Wednesday, March 11, 20156:00:00 PM - Michael Burke: 13,000 Pills, 500 Hours of Treatments, and a Lifetime of Defying Odds - Join Senior Seminar as they welcome Michael Burke, a man born with an unpredictable and incurable disease called Cystic Fibrosis. Michael has outlived his life expectancy many times over, and learned to overcome limitations by embracing challenges, staying motivated, and ultimately creating opportunity in his ever changing life. Michael opens your eyes to a world of 13,000 pills and 500 hours of therapy every year along with finding the motivation to maintain this regimen over a lifetime. Despite obstacles that typically limit CF patients, Michael defies his disease as an author, entrepreneur, marathoner, triathlete and thriver.
Cutlip AuditoriumWeed, Tony - 1 point(s)
Wednesday, March 11, 20157:00:00 PM - Wisdom for Wellness Series: SUGAR Addiction 101 - Amanda Thrasher, Registered Dietitian, will share important information on why we crave sugar, how it works in our bodies, and what can be done to control the cravings.
Ivy RoomBurton, Jennifer - 1 point(s)
Wednesday, March 11, 20157:00:00 PM - Black Book - International Film Series - Black Book. The Netherlands. 146 min. 2006. During World War II, a young Jewish woman is the only survivor of a Nazi ambush during a daring attempt to escape persecution and death. She joins the Dutch Resistance to avenge her family and must navigate a minefield of deception. Rated R. Repeat event. Point awarded only once.
Library AuditoriumDudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)
Thursday, March 12, 20151:00:00 PM - Mentioning the Unmentionable: Open Discussion on Sexual Rights, Infringements, and Assaults - Students will be asked to share their views and perspectives on sexual rights, infringements, and assaults on college campuses. Together we will explore student opinions and suggestions on this relevant issue to campus life. This is an open discussion forum hosted by Venita Mitchell and Stephanie Wells. Participant privacy will be respected. Event limited to first 20 students.
Academic Building 206Wells, Stephanie - 1 point(s)
Thursday, March 12, 20156:00:00 PM - Learn About College Age Risks with Suicide and How Anyone Can Make A Difference - Guest speaker, Peggy Reed-Lohmeyer, will speak about suicide awareness with the focus on the college age risk. She will also speak about what any one person can do to make a difference.
Ivy RoomWilson, Elizabeth - 1 point(s)