The Cougar Activities Board Presents ….Kickin’ It Old School on the Cistern!
Monday, April 23, 2012
**Celebrate your last day of classes with a night of free food, inflatables, novelties, and live music featuring Yelawolf and The White Panda!**
Gates open @ 4pm for Inflatables and Novelties on George Street and Cistern Gardens!
7pm BYOB (1 six pack per person. IDs will be checked)
Entertainment starts @ 7pm!
Yelawolf : http://www.yelawolf.com/splash/
The White Panda :http://www.thewhitepanda.com/
*This event is for CofC students ONLY*
FLICK on the FIELD: Contraband
Monday, April 16
The Citadel’s Johnson Hagood football field
This is a great event where Cougars and Bulldogs can de-stress and hang out.
The EPIC-Mark-Wahlberg trailer: http://youtu.be/3sYntGCj8R0
-FREE snacks & drinks!
-FREE bus transportation!
Buses leave from Stern Center 5:30pm-6:45pm
*SCHOOL ID NEEDED FOR ENTRY: NO re-entry if you leave.
*NO CHAIRS ALLOWED: please bring only blankets to sit on the field.
*PLEASE USE BUSES: limited POV parking available.
*RAIN LOCATION: Jenkins Hall Auditorium
*An alcohol-free event
Help spread the word; see YOU at the show!
Cougar Activities Board Presents:
In teams of 2 you will follow clues around campus to discover what we have hidden. Prizes for the top three teams include bikes, I-pod Nanos, and Kindle Fires! We will also have FREE snacks afterwards.
If you would like to participate please register you and your partner by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet at Stern Center Gardens for your clues at 4 pm
Friday, April 20
COFC FILM CLUB
This semester’s theme is called “American Series: Exploring the National Film Registry” and we have so far seen such classics as Star Wars: A New Hope, Casablanca, Bladerunner, Badlands, Duck Soup, and more!
Our screenings take place every Monday at 8pm in Education Center room 118.
This week we’re showing the 1975 documentary Grey Gardens, starring the eccentric, enigmatic Edie’s of East Hampton. You shouldn’t miss it!
We’re also looking for entries for the 7th Annual Student Film Festival, which will take place this April! The final date for submissions is March 30th.
CAMPUS RECREATION SERVICES
A new class session begins Tuesday, March 13. Classes are held Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 – 6:45 p.m. in J201 of the Johnson Center. There is a fee to attend.
Racquet Sports Partners
Interested in finding new persons to play or just plain tired of practicing by yourself? Any racquet sport player may join our listing to find others seeking additional chances to play.
To fill out the form Racquet Sports Partners, visit:
Run 4 Fun
This is a partner pairing program. If you like to run but would prefer to run with others, this service can be of help. Interested persons who join the listing can then identify those runners with similar interests, whether based on running pace, choice of running locations, training type program, etc.
See the information flyer at http://campusrec.cofc.edu .
Join us for an easy-paced afternoon bike ride over the Cooper River bridge and around Patriot’s Point.
Bring your bike and meet us out front of the Silcox Gym.
Thursday, March 29 3:30-5:00 p.m.
Indoor soccer Tuesdays 7:00-11:00 p.m.
Volleyball Thursdays 7:30-11:00 p.m.
Badminton Fridays 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Habitat For Humanity
Hey everyone! Mark you calendars! Thursday, April 19th is going to be the Habitat Wing Night. Come to Wild Wing Cafe to compete by eating their hottest wings or just come support your friends, Habitat for Humanity, and Wild Wing Cafe! There will also be games and a prize drawing! It’s $5 to compete. Email Shannon Lyons at email@example.com if you would like to enter the competition.
Counseling and Substance Abuse Services
Wednesdays 3:00 – 4:00 pm
Cistern Lawn with a rain location of RSS rm 319
A group for students who are suffering from the effects of their own substance abuse or just want to learn more about their difficulties with drugs. Thursdays 2:00 – 3:30 pm.
RSS rm 300
ALPHA PHI ALPHA EVENTS
April 18th- Mock Greek Step Show
7pm, Physicians Auditorium
The George Street Observer & G Magazine
We are currently seeking volunteers to write for the online student newspaper and biweekly magazine. Anyone interested in journalism or feature writing is welcome to attend weekly meetings on Sunday at 5 PM on the second floor of the Calhoun Annex. Some paid positions are also available, including design editor (a creative person with Adobe Indesign experience) and news writer. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Psychology Club Luncheon
Friday, April 20
2-4pm RSS 215
Come socialize with your peers and with psychology faculty as classes wind up. Please bring a dish to share!
ORIENTATION INFORMATION FAIR – SUMMER 2012 DATES
The Office of New Student Programs invites campus departments, student clubs, and organizations to participate in the Orientation Information Fair to be held on the first day of each summer orientation (June 11, June 14, June 18, June 21, June 25, July 9, July 12, July 12, August 13, August 16). The information fair will be held outside the Stern Center, on George Street, from 12:00 to 2:00 p.m. Participants should arrive to set up at 11:30 am.
Orientation is an excellent opportunity to promote your majors, departmental services, recruit club members, or share club and organization information. Approximately 285 new students and 300 parents will attend each of the ten sessions, making orientation an excellent time to inform new students about the opportunities in your area.
- One table and two chairs are provided to the first 40 groups that sign up.
- If you are not one of the first 40 groups to sign up, you can participate but must provide your own table and chairs.
- The Orientation Information Fair is open to College of Charleston departments and campus related organizations.
To participate in the Orientation Information Fair, e-mail the following information to email@example.com Your request will receive an email response from the New Student Programs Office to confirm your participation. We ask that you request to participate in this event no later than April 25, 2012.
ORIENTATION INFORMATION FAIR REQUEST TO PARTICIPATE
Campus Department or Club name:
Contact E-mail Address:
Contact Phone Number:
We can participate all dates: ____ no _____ yes (it is preferred that representatives participate in all ten dates)
We can participate on all dates except: __________________
E-Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
or fax a hard copy of this email to 843-953-5800
Age of Neglect:
Spotlighting Issues of the Elderly
Part of College of Charleston Bonner’s Engage and Empower Week, Age of Neglect: Spotlighting the Issues of the Elderly will feature a panel of professionals focused on social security and affordable housing. The event will be held on Tuesday, April 3rd from 7-8:30PM in the Robert Scott Small building room 252. After the panel discussion, there will be an opportunity to connect with organizations that work with the elderly.
Come participate in a discussion about the steps to take now for OUR future!
Student Fulbright Information Session
Fulbright U. S. Student Program, US Department of State
Next Tuesday, April 3 at 6:30 in Arnold Hall, an alumni ambassador of the Student Fulbright Grant program will be on campus to talk to prospective student Fulbright applicants about the opportunities afforded by the program and about the application process.
For students who are interested in applying in the next round – application campus deadline will be mid-September – this session is essential.
For fall applicants the intent to apply is May 4. Contact Office of Nationally Competitive Awards
Sociology of Peace class group to put on a CONCERT in support of Peace One Day’s Global Truce 2012 campaign.
Attention all CofC sports fans- Join Maroon Mayhem!
Maroon Mayhem is one of the fastest growing, most innovative student support groups in the nation! Sign up and join in on the student-section fun as we head into the 2012-2013 seasons! Membership includes a free shirt, access to Maroon Mayhem tailgates before games, exclusive access to special events (like meet the team events), a membership card with discounts at local restaurants and stores downtown, and lots of opportunities for free stuff! Membership for 1 year is $15 ($10 for returning members) or $40 for 4 years. To sign up, just go to the 2nd floor if the Cougar Clubhouse on Meeting Street (Just in front of TD Arena) and ask to sign up for Maroon Mayhem! Help us become the best athletics support group in SoCon!
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Are you interested in doing research but not sure how to get involved?
Are you interested in finding out what research projects faculty members are engaged in?
Please join us for
The Faculty Research Panel
The McNair Scholars Program
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
12:10pm – 1:40pm
Rm 409 Stern Student Center
Come speak with Dr. Todd Grantham (Philosophy), Dr. Heath C. Hoffmann (Sociology) and Dr. Anh-Dung “Yum” Nguyen (Health and Human Performance) about their journeys through research. This is a perfect opportunity for those looking to get into undergraduate research to see what the faculty are up to and how you can harness their knowledge for your research. Please bring your own lunch.
Light snacks will be provided.
OLD SOUTH/NEW SOUTH PANEL DISCUSSION
Thursday, April 19, 2012
Robert Scott Small Building, Room 252
Safe Zone Ally Training
Tuesday, April 17th, 2012
10:00am - 1:00pm
Stern Center, Room 409
This training is designed for individuals on the College of Charleston campus who are interested in learning more about Safe Zone and the opportunity to become an Ally to the LGBTQQAAI (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, Queer, Allied, Asexual and Intersex) communities on campus. Safe Zone Allies are self-identified students, faculty, and staff who serve as resources to LGBTQQAAI individuals and validate the experience(s) of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender members to our campus and school.
End of the year meeting!
Where: Spanish House (8 Bull St.)
When: Wednesday, April 18, from 5:30-6:30 PM
We will re-cap on this year, plan events for the upcoming year, and mingle and get to know our fellow members and new officers!
FREE PIZZA AND BEVERAGES
Questions? email: email@example.com
Follow us on Facebook! Search: CofC Spanish Club
Please join us for the LSAT Workshop sponsored by the McNair Scholars Program
“Do’s and Don’ts of Admissions: Taking the LSAT”
It is free for College of Charleston students!!
Thursday, April 19 at 6pm-7pm Rm 101 in the Education Center
The workshop is supported by Kaplan
The McNair Scholars Program will be offering the actual LSAT course in the Fall at an institutional discount rate.
For more information please contact the McNair Office at 843-953-6755
Part Time Lifeguards are needed to work at the Stern Center Pool for the months of May – July.
Must have valid Lifeguard, CPR, AED and First Aid Certifications
Average weekly work hours:
Monday – Friday – 20 hours/week
June & July
Monday – Friday – 25 hours/week
All hours are between 7:15am and 1:15pm. No evening or weekend hours.
If you are interested in applying for one of these positions, please contact Coach Zimmerman at 843-953-5960 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Trippintones will be hosting their annual spring concert on April 20th @ 5:00 pm in Physicians Auditorium. The event is free for all attendees!
Coheed and Cambria, Dolly Parton, Adele, Billy Joel, and Madonna are only a few of the featured artists. Don’t miss it!
Taking a Gap Year and Working Abroad
Thursday, April 19th, 5:30 – 6:30pm / Career Center (Lightsey Building, Room 216)
Facilitator: Eric Anderson, Career Advisor
Are you inrested in taking time off school or unsure about what to do after graduation? Maybe you want to travel, aren’t ready to start
graduate school or your career, or maybe you just need a break? If so, attend this session to learn about your options, the benefits and
potential pitfalls of taking time off and/or working abroad.
This workshop is presented as part of the Career Center’s “Cougar Career Workshop Series.”