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The ladies of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. are hosting our very first Delta Week (Feb. 22nd-26th)!
Join us for a variety of events that we have planned this week.
Follow us on Instagram to keep up with what's going on throughout the week @dstkappanu!
Join us for DINNER March 3, 2015 in your Pajamas at The Loft for games and prizes!
There will also be a competition for the BEST PAJAMAS and Breakfast will be served from 4:30pm- 8:00pm.
NO MORE is a public awareness and engagement campaign focused on ending domestic violence and sexual assault.
The Interfratenity Council is partnering up with the Sexual Assault and Gender Violence Prevention Task Force to bring this campaign to USI. March 2nd - 5th members of various fraternities will be tabling in both University Center East and University Center West from 11am-1pm. #NoMoreatUSI
For more information you can visit nomore.org.
Breakfast with the President is an annual tradition in which students, staff, faculty and alumni are invited to have breakfast with USI President Linda L. M. Bennett while discussing campus issues, concerns and affairs. This year's breakfast will be a French toast, bacon and fruit buffet.
A panel of USI students representing various organizations will ask Dr. Bennett questions about the University and campus policies. Anyone in attendance is invited to bring their questions as well.
Breakfast is free for all students who attend. Students with a valid Eagle Access Card may pick up a free ticket at Alumni and Volunteer Services, located in University Center West next to the Campus Store. Others may call 812-464-1924 or email Student.Alumni@usi.edu to make reservations ($7 per person) for the breakfast. Reservations are required.
All students and employees are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Our sorority is bringing awareness to Mental Health by presenting a yoga class for students and staff members to attend. Cleanse your body and mind!
Recreation, Fitness, and Wellness Rm 125
February 26, 2015
7:00pm - 8:00pm
Come witness Communication Studies students pitch their major! 5 teams. 1 winner. YOU be the judge!
Thursday, February 26th
Carter Hall B & C
3:00 - 4:15 P.M.
Taylor Tomlinson started doing stand-up comedy at just sixteen years old, when she realized that her quiet, sarcastic asides were not being adequately appreciated by her peers. Since then, she has performed at comedy clubs, churches, schools, corporate events, coffee shops, and other questionable, rented spaces all over Southern California, opening for headliners like Karen Rontowski, Dat Phan and Michael Jr. She has appeared on JCTV, TBN, and been involved in benefits for programs such as Breaking Chains, The Eden Project, and various other fundraising events. She is currently pursuing a degree in Communication so that she has a rock solid back-up plan to show business. She will be coming to campus Feb. 25th at 8pm at the fireside lounge.
Pott College of Science, Engineering, and Education is excited to introduce The Pott College Campus Community (PC3). PC3 brings sophomores, juniors and seniors with similar interests, goals, and academic programs together in on-campus housing (apartments). PC3 was established to provide experiences that foster the intellectual, academic, and personal growth of its residents.
Only 62 students will be accepted for the Fall 2015 semester. Applications are due March 1, 2015.
Apply Today: www.usi.edu/science/student-resources/pc3
Questions contact: Dr. Glenna Bower 812-464-1709 ~ email@example.com
USI reminds students and employees to beware of cyber criminals who are out to steal money and personal information.
Criminals are aware that many people are doing the following actions
•Sending or Expecting packages
•Looking for ways to save/earn money
Scammers/Phishers are attacking by email and telephone - and are targeting college students.
Want to know more: www.usi.edu/it/safe-computing/scams
RAVE is a text messaging service that disseminates important information to the campus community, including emergency info, weather alerts, and school closings. Sign up for RAVE now!
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