THURSDAY! SPECIAL LECTURE PRESENTATION
WHO: Larry Hufford, Ph.D., professor of Political Science/ International Relations at St. Mary’s University featured; sponsored by the Rector and the MEAs; open to all* Widely published, Dr. Hufford has authored four books, co-authored four others, and has two manuscripts in progress. Honored with numerous faculty and community awards, he earned his Ph.D. from the London School of Economics and Political Science, England; his M.S.W. from Our Lady of the Lake University (Texas); his M.A.T. from Miami University, Ohio.
WHEN: Thurs., Nov.10, starting at 5 p.m.
WHERE: Ching Conference Center in Eiben Hall,
WHAT: Free lecture/ discussion on “How Spiritual Democracy Shapes Healthy Communities” plus hearty refreshments and fellowship
CONTACT: Kay Stone at email@example.com or (808)440-4226
THRU SUNDAY! LAST CHANCE! FALL THEATER PRODUCTIONS: NEIL SIMON’S THE ODD COUPLE (FEMALE VERSION) & HERB GARDNER’S A THOUSAND CLOWNS (THRU NOV. 13)
The Performing Arts Department of Chaminade University will present Neil Simon’s The Odd Couple (Female Version) and Herb Gardner’s A Thousand Clowns thru November 13 in Chaminade’s Loo Theater located in Clarence T.C. Ching Hall
- Show Times for Neil Simon’s THE ODD COUPLE (Female Version) are 7:30 pm on Nov. 8, 10 & 12.
- Show Times for Herb Gardner’s A THOUSAND CLOWNS are 7:30 pm on Nov. 9 & 11; and 3pm on Sunday Nov. 13.
Admission is $5. Seating is limited. Call (808) 735-4827 for advanced tickets.
NEW! FOOD FOR FINES
In support of Campus Ministry’s Thanksgiving food drive, the library is again accepting canned food in lieu of cash for payment of outstanding fines. One can of food exchanged for $2 worth of fines (up to a total of $20). Take advantage of this opportunity to simultaneously clear your outstanding bill and feed the hungry. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 735-4725
NEW! UPCOMING XMAS POTTERY SALE
WHEN: Fri, Nov. 18, from 12 to 7 pm
WHERE: Ceramics Studio, Eiben Hall Rm#101
WHO: All invited; creators are Yukio Ozaki and his students
WHAT: Art work and pottery made by students and instructor for sale
CONTACT: Yukio Ozaki at 735-4889 (after 12:00 noon) or 737 4631 (evening)
WHEN: Wed, Nov. 30, from 12 to 1 pm
WHERE: Henry Hall 109 followed by tour of E.L. Wiegand Simulation Suite
WHO: All invited
WHAT: Presentation titled “Simulation as a Teaching Pedagogy in Nursing Education with Tour of Facility” — Lunch included.
CONTACT: RSVP for lunch to email@example.com by Nov. 12
NEW!IMPORTANT NOTICE TO PRE-HEALTH STUDENTS
If you are planning to pursue a career in medicine, dentistry, physical therapy, podiatry, pharmacy, veterinary medicine, and other allied health professions, you are required to establish a file in the Office of Student Opportunities, Office of Health Professions Advising this semester. Establishing a file with the office will enable you to receive information about career planning, special workshops on application preparation, guest speakers, and new opportunities for pre-health students. To establish your file, please see Brother Tom Jalbert in CTCC 257/258 (Office of Student Opportunities) one of the following days and times:Nov. 9 & 10 or Dec. 2, from 12:30-3:30 pm; or Dec. 5, from 9 am -12 pm and 1-3 pm
CONTACT: Patricia M. Lee-Robinson at (808)-735-4804
NEW! THANKSGIVING BRUNCH & DINNER
WHEN: Thurs., Nov. 24, brunch from 11 am to 2 pm; dinner from 5-7 pm
WHERE: Silversword Cafe
WHO: All invited
WHAT: Thanksgiving Celebration Meal (Brunch or Dinner); Cost for those not on meal plan is $10 for brunch & $15 for dinner
CONTACT: Jacquelyn [mailto:Ornellas-Jacquelyn@aramark.com]
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