Enjoy a stand-up comedy performance by “King of Queens” cast member and “Chelsea Lately” regular, Gary Valentine!
Saturday, September 24, 2011
Tickets $10 w/ valid Cougar Card (one per student i.d.) $20 for general public/non-C of C
Tickets available now at the Stern Center Information Desk. Cash only, please!
Attention all students!
Are you interested in becoming a campus tour guide? Join Charleston 40, CofC’s student-run tour guide association! Applications will be available beginning Thursday September 1st at the front desk of the Office of Admissions beneath Craig Hall. Completed applications will be due back on Thursday September 22nd by 4:30 pm, and the actual recruitment weekend will take place Friday September 23rd – Sunday September 25th. All students are welcome to apply! If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Charleston 40′s Membership Coordinator, Hunter Boone, at Hbboone@g.cofc.edu.
Hey guys! There will be a meeting this Thursday in the Stern Center room 206 at 6:00pm. We will be collecting dues ($25) and talk about races and deadlines to register and such! Don’t forget to come!
PHI SIGMA PI
Rush Phi Sigma Pi! The National Co-ed Honors Fraternity! We are looking for smart and engaging freshmen, sophomores, and juniors who are interested in having a great time with fun people! Rush week is September 13th-19th. Come join us for some FREE FOOD, learn about the fraternity and meet our amazing members at any of the following events:
TUESDAY 9/13 6:00PM Pizza and Wings Night @ Stern 206 – Meet the members of Phi Sigma Pi and enjoy FREE PIZZA AND WINGS
WEDNESDAY 9/14 6:00PM Interview Night @ Stern 409 – Come with any questions you have about Phi Sigma Pi, what we do, and meet all our fabulous members!
MONDAY 9/19 6:00PM Movie Night @ Stern 409 – Come out and watch that amazing classic Top Gun with all the Phi Sigma Pi members!
HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!
BLACK STUDENT UNION
Upward Bound, Pre-College Programs, and The Black Student Union
UJIMA means “collective work and responsibility.” This is a peer mentoring partnership with the College of Charleston Upward Bound and Pre-College Programs along with the Black Student Union, seeking to provide access to educational assistance to pre-college students and enhance retention of African American students at the College of Charleston.
Great community service opportunity, and a wonderful chance to enhance leadership skills.
OPEN TO ALL!!!! For more information, please contact Brandon Dixon, BSU President by September 16, 2011 5:00 PM email: firstname.lastname@example.org
COUGAR MEDIA NETWORK
Looking for a Great Opportunity to Promote Your Club?!?!?!
Look no further! Cougar Media Network is throwing a event called, Cougar Carnival in the Cistern Yard on October 1st from 3-7pm. This will be an open event for all CofC Students and CofC Community members with free food, free live music, and other free activities.
We would like to invite all other student organizations to join our event by giving them an information/distribution table during the event. Or if you can’t make it to the event, we can hang a banner for you! We highly encourage everyone to swing by, but if you would like to be more involved and take advantage of this promotional opportunity please let Mackenzie Armstrong, CofC Radio General Manager, know asap by emailing: email@example.com. We can reserve you a table at our event, but hurry we only have a few spots remaining!
We meet Thursdays at 4:30pm to practice and prepare to compete against other universities. Interested students should contact Dan Mackin at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Academic Team directly at email@example.com.
CHARLESTON STUDENT ADVOCATES FOR THE ARTS
We will be meeting Wednesday September 21 in Simons 101 at 7:00 pm to discuss future events and fundraisers. There will be snacks. All students are welcome regardless of major.
Outdoor Adventure Activities
Stand Up Paddleboard clinics, September 13 and 21. Registration deadline: September 8 and 16.
Rock climbing trip to Crowders Mountain, September 23-25. Registration deadline: September 14.
Sea kayaking trip to Capers Island, October 22-23. Registration deadline: October 11.
Information for these activities is available at:
If you have any interest at all in these activities, contact us. All of the activities are geared for beginners so here is a great chance to try out one of these sports.
2nd Fitness Option Now Open!
2nd floor Johnson Center.
Group Fitness classes
ZUMBA – Mondays and Tuesdays 4:15 p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays 5:00 p.m.
Yoga – Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:30-6:45 p.m.
Volleyball – Thursdays 7:30-10:30 p.m.
Badminton – Fridays 6:00-8:00 p.m.
TABLE TOP GAMING CLUB
Stern Center 201
Come play some games! We offer everything from classic board and card games to games invented by the club members themselves. Some favorites include: Dice Dares, Magic: the Gathering, Dominion, Dungeons & Dragons, Munchkin, Blokus and more. Bring your friends, bring your games, and bring your very best trolls!
Fall Meeting of Majors and Minors in Psychology
Tuesday, September 20 at 3:10 pm
Come hear from psychology professors about the major!
Listen to a panel of students – “If I could do it over again…”
Stay and learn about psychology related clubs and organizations!
Pizza and drinks served after
If you believe in limited government, fiscal responsibility, and family values come join CofC College Republicans!
Meeting Location: Maybank 111
Time: Mondays, 8pm
For more information, feel free to e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Like us on Facebook: CofC College Republicans
Follow us on Twitter: @CofCRepublicans
Dance Marathon Info Sessions!!!
-Want to help cure cancer? Want to dance all night long? Want to do both at the same time?!
-Dance Marathon is an event that raises money and awareness for the MUSC Children’s Hospital. Come hear more about how to get involved with this awesome program. The info sessions are in STERN CENTER 206 at the following times:
Tuesday, September 20, at 6 pm
Wednesday, September 21, at 3 pm
Thursday, September 22, at 8pm
OFFICE OF CIVIC ENGAGEMENT
Interested in getting involved in the Charleston Community? Stop by our annual Volunteer Fair on Wednesday, September 21st from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. to visit with staff from local nonprofits and find out how you can get involved.
Can’t make it? No problem—come to our office in Room 203 of the Lightsey Center to learn about volunteer opportunities in the Charleston area.
Come check out the CofC Italian Club! The club is open not only to those who love the Italian language but anyone who is interested in Italian food, music, art, or anything else Italian! We have some really exciting events planned for this year including a trip to the Italian Festival in Columbia, Italian conversation hours, the CofC World Cup tournament, and the popular Carnevale event! For more information contact the club president, Leah Bush, at email@example.com
OFFICE OF INSTITUTIONAL DIVERSITY
The Office of Institutional Diversity (OID) will host the CofC’s 2nd Annual DIVERSITY WEEK (aka the WEEK) Oct. 24th -28th, 2011.
Please click on the link http://diversity.cofc.edu/ to retrieve the form.
Forms are due no later than, Friday, September 23, 2011.
We look forward to your program submission.
FALL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
Sign up today for this free leadership conference! http://hslc.cofc.edu/flc/index.php
Located on Saturday, October 22, 2011 at the Charleston Marriott on Lockwood Blvd. in Charleston. Check-in begins at 9:30 a.m. and the day ends at 2:30 p.m. with free door prize giveaways. The theme is 1st and Goal to Leadership with legendary high school football coach Herman Boone * as the keynote speaker. There are two educational sessions in the morning with topics on building dynamic teams, different leadership styles, group communication, diversity, and student accountability. Registration deadline is October 5, 2011 to guarantee yourself a free conference t-shirt. Registrations will be accepted otherwise until Friday, October 14, 2011.
*Our keynote speaker is being co-sponsored by the Department of Student Life, the Multicultural Programs and Services Office, and the Office of Greek Life.
AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES PROGRAM
What does Jesus have to do with Hova?
Is Yeezy really the Second Coming?
Can you love God and hip hop?
Join us for a lecture by
Dr. Andre Johnson
Dr. James L Netters Professor of Rhetoric & Religion and African American Studies
Memphis Theological Seminary
Thursday, September 22nd – 7PM Alumni Center @ School of Education Bldg
INDIAN CULTURAL EXCHANGE
Ha, made you look! If you’re interested in bringing up Indian Cultural Exchange (ICE) from the dust, then please attend the Student Union for Multicultural Affairs (SUMA)’s General Meeting on Thursday, September 29th at the Multicultural Center, from 5:00 PM to 5:50 PM. We miss ICE very much and would love to see the organization active again on campus. It is important that you attend our meeting, so that we can assist you in anyway we can to bring ICE from hiatus. Any questions may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
First General Meeting
Thursday, September 29th
5:00 PM to 5:50 PM
Free Food & Pop
STUDENT UNION FOR MULTICULTURAL AFFAIRS (SUMA)
We are an organization that focuses on serving for the underrepresented student population (African-Americans, Hispanics, Indians, Asians, etc.) and encourage all students to have an appreciation for all cultures through multicultural events and collaboration. People outside of the underrepresented student population are more than welcome to join. Any questions may be sent to email@example.com. Please join our SUMA Facebook Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/2211344537/
1ST GENERAL MEETING
DATE: THURS., SEPT. 29TH
TIME: 5:00 PM – 5:50 PM
LOCATION: MULTICULTURAL CENTER
(NEXT TO THE ADDLESTONE LIBRARY)
NOTE: FREE FOOD AND BEVERAGES