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Latino Student Union First Meeting

by / September 27th, 2016 / No Comments »

Yesterday we had our first official Latino Student Union Meeting. Over 45 students came to our first meeting with excitement about spreading the Latino Culture and learning about it. We talked about what we will be doing this semester. We are planning to have a "Latinos in Education" week were we will have speakers, panels, cultural activities, Spanish learning, Latin dance night, and Latin performance night. The new members seemed pretty excited to join the club!

Chicago and Milwaukee Trip

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Some great things about St. Scholastica are how clubs run. We, as the International Club, fundraised money the whole year to go to a summer trip. However, we also had to ask senate for money to help us pay for other stuff which helped us a lot. This allowed CSS students from International Club to enjoy a wonderful trip to Chicago and Milwaukee for a pretty good price. It was also a good bonding trip to make the team get closer next year. Read the rest of this entry »

‘Misty Mountain Cold’

by / September 27th, 2016 / No Comments »

You must love Thorin II Oakenshield and his wonderful Company in J.R.R Tolkien's novel, The Hobbit. I am a huge fan of Tolkien's works and I have woven my love for his work in many of my posts and this one is no exception. Read the rest of this entry »

Tuesday Classes

by / September 27th, 2016 / No Comments »

Good morning, people. It is Tuesday morning here in London, and I am feeling mighty fine. I have two classes today that I am extremely excited for. My Tuesday classes consist of Acting Studio in the morning and Improvisation: Creative Collaborations in the afternoon. These courses are so much fun already, and I cannot wait to learn and grow my skills in them both. In Acting Studio today we are performing a Chair Duet, something I had never heard of before, with a partner. And, in Improvisation we are sharing a personal story about ourselves with the class. I feel as though these courses are going to add extraordinary depth to my communication skills, and I cannot wait for all the future Tuesdays. Read the rest of this entry »

CHOICES Kickoff Kickball Tournament

by / September 26th, 2016 / No Comments »
I work for the new CHOICES grant on campus for promoting student athletes being clean and having clean fun still.  The Kickball Tournament is this Friday, September 23rd, and everyone is welcome to sign up a team.  Teams have to have at least 12 people, and it is a single elimination bracket.  Throughout the tournament there will be raffles and prizes given out, and the first 30 teams to sign up get to participate and have a ticket for a free meal.  This event is all free and fun, so I don't know what gets much better than that.  Find some friends and start up a team!! Sign-ups will be in the Student Union on Wednesday and Friday from 10-2pm.