South and Kreidler Hall Present
Peace Lutheran Dinner!
Join University Congregation and Campus Ministry to serve dinner to the hungry with Peace Lutheran Church.
Fire Ice Ice Cream and Music
Friday, April 25th 3:30-7:00 Meet at 3:30 in the Campus Ministry Office (UC 190). Transportation available. Sign-up in the Office or in Chapel. For more information email us (firstname.lastname@example.org).
May 2nd, 7-9 pm All-hall event In the South Hall Lounge
LAW SCHOOL IS WITHIN REACH Classes got you in a bind? Stop by the Academic Assistance Center to sign up for FREE tutoring!
JOIN US FOR AN INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP AND BEGIN PREPARING FOR THE LAW SCHOOL ADMISSION PROCESS.
www.plu.edu/aac || 253-535-7518 || Library room 124
Learn valuable information including:
#PepitoProTip: Eat blueberries, eggs, and almonds to help with memory recall!
• Where to begin with the application process • How the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) can assist you • How to prep for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) • How to plan for the cost of law school
Thursday, April 24th at 4:00 pm AUC 212
Relay For Life 2014 Schedule
6:00-6:45pm Intro/ Speaker #1
3:30-5:30am MOVIE! TBD
6:45-7:00pm Survivorship Lap and Team Lap
6:00/7:00am Rise and Shine Workout-Allison Stephens
7:05-7:35pm Ruthie & Friends, Dance Team
9:00-10:00am Zumba-Bethany Auld
MAKE SOME NOSIE LAP
7:45-8:15pm HERmonic, Dance Team
12:00-12:30 Jazzercise - Kimber Maroney
10:00-10:30 Ukulele Club (again!)
12:30-1:00 Dylan Harm
10:40-11:00 CLOSING CEREMONY! (Rob Hanlon Speaking)
HULA HOOP LAP
9:30-10:00pm PIE YOUR RA, TRIVIA
OTHER THINGS GOING ON:
1:00-1:30am Clay Snell & Company
1:00-1:15am DANCE OFF
10:00-10:30 Charlie Herman 10:00-10:30 LUMINARIA CEREMONY
1:15-1:45am Casey Church 3-LEGGED LAP
10:30-11:00 Ukulele Club
Polaroid Cutout Photo Booth Chalk Limbo Bar
2:00-2:30am MINUTE TO WIN IT!
WOMEN WORLDWIDE HAVE BEEN BEATEN, FORCED INTO SEX OR OTHERWISE ABUSED IN THEIR LIFETIME
TAKE BACK THE NIGHT
COME TO OUR STORE &
IN RED SQUARE THURSDAY APRIL 24TH 5:30 PM
& STAND IN SOLIDARITY
MEET US AT OUR STORE ON APRIL 29TH AT 10:30AM FOR A
TO GO ONE DAY WITHOUT
SHOES ON APRIL 29TH
TO THE AUC
JOIN US IN THE AUC FROM 11:00AM - 2:00PM FOR OUR
One Day Without Shoes Event
WHERE YOU CAN PLEDGE TO GO ONE DAY WITHOUT SHOES, ENTER RAFFLES TO WIN TOMS SHOES, AND MORE!
Join us for a compline service at St. Markâ€™s Cathedral in Seattle! Sunday, April 27th We will meet at 7:30 in the Campus ministry office and return at 11:00 pm Transportation is provided. Compline, a meditative and contemplative service, is traditionally the final service of the day in many worshiping communities. These ancient prayers are sung by the Compline Choir while attendants are invited to listen and meditate.
Sign up in the Campus Ministry office (UC 190) or e-mail email@example.com
Terms subject to change without notice. No cash value. Select styles. Excludes textbooks, clearance, electronics, glassybaby, Dansko and Oleana. While supplies last. Cannot be combined with other offers, coupons or discounts. Offer valid through 04/27/14. In-store only at Garfield Book Company.
Need a job?
The Student Employment Office has 2 positions open! We are looking for people with strong attention to detail and a positive attitude towards customer service.
Application deadline is Position starts early May and continues through the Summer and Fall For more information, or to apply, log into the Career Connections Opportunities Board and search Job listing:
#5437, Student Employment Assistant
or email Tommy Skaggs at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions
MARISSA MEYER â€˜04 A Conversation with the Author of The Lunar Chronicles
Relay For Life 2014 Schedule
PLU RElay for Life, American Cancer Society.
Friday, April 25-26. Begins at 6:00PM in Red Square. Come support the fight against cancer, have fun all night long with friends. There will be plenty of entertainment and food. Learn about the Merits of Fair Trade Join us on Monday, April 28th from 4:00-5:30 pm for coffee and a discussion of fair trade. We gather in CK East in the Anderson University Center.
Thursday, April 24, 6PM The Regency Room, AUC Sponsored by the English Department Marissa Meyer is the author of the best-selling series The Lunar Chronicles: Cinder, Scarlett, Cress. She was born in Tacoma and attended PLU, where she received a degree in creative writing.
We will be joined by Nestor Rodriguez and Frederick Jimenez, two Nicaraguan coffee growers, who now help coffee farmers band together for the fair trade sale of their coffee. Joining Nestor and Frederick is Parker Townley, National Organizer â€“ Fair Trade Colleges & Universities. Bring your interests and your questions as we will have the opportunity for a lengthy discussion after a short presentation. This event is sponsored by ASPLU, The PLU American Marketing Association and Campus Ministry.