M: Macon Campus C: Cochran Campus D: Dublin Campus E: Eastman Campus W: Warner Robins Campus A: All campuses
THIS WEEK’S EVENTS
E: Resume Writing 101 Computer Lab 1137 @ 3-4pm
D: Resume Writing 101 Student Center @ 11am-12pm
C: Wax Hands GA Hall President’s Dining Room @ 3-7pm
M: School of IT Workshop, PSC 137 @ 5-5:30pm
C: Resume Writing 101 Sanford Hall 112 @ 12-1pm
M: BSU sponsors BHM movie showing, “Selma”, Arts Complex Theatre @ 6pm
W: Resume Writing 101 Thomas Hall WRACC @ 11am-12pm
W: Mardi Gras Party Oak Hall @ 8-11:59pm
LOOKING AHEAD TO NEXT WEEK
W: The Sweetest Day (Valentine’s Day), WRACC, Thomas 115 @ 11am-1pm
C: Health Services Career Fair, GA Hall, President’s Dining Room @ 10am-1pm
D: Mardi Gras, Student Center @ 4-6pm
M: BSU sponsors Black History Trivia Knight, Arts Complex Theatre @ 6pm
W: Arbor Day, Water Demonstration/Tree Planting, Thomas Hall Courtyard @ 11am-1pm
MORE CAMPUS EVENTS & INFORMATION
MGSANS (Student Nurses Assoc.) INFO MEETING 2/7
Video conference info meeting @ 10:30 – 11:30amat these locations: M: TEB 231; WR: Thomas Hall 128; C: Dillard 146; D: DUB223. In-program and indicated nursing students welcome. Contact email@example.com.
BSU SEEKING TALENT FOR BHM PROGRAM
BSU seeking poets, singers,musicians, readers, and actors to perform at BHM program 2/28. Interested students contact Shaniqua Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org)or Kelsei Etchison (email@example.com).
STUDENT MEDIA SEEKING VIDEO PRODUCTION EDITOR
Student Media accepting applications for a video production editor to run the KnighTVision office. The selected student will be in charge of creating videos that document campus events. Contact Asst. Prof. Lauren Cater @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR ACADEMIC BOWL COMPETITION 2/24
On Friday, 2/24, MGA will host the 30th annual MGA Academic Bowl Competition for local high school students. Volunteers needed tos erve as question readers, scorekeepers, and timekeepers. If interested email@example.com.
TUBMAN MUSEUM TO SCREEN MGA STUDENT FILMS 2/26
The Tubman Museum in downtown Macon will host a screening of selected films by Middle Georgia State University students from 4 to 7 p.m.Sunday, Feb. 26. This event is free and open to the public.
Gay-Straight Alliance Forum
MGA's Gay-Straight Alliance, a student organization, is hosting a public forum to discuss proposed religious freedom legislation. Mercer University’s Common Ground group, Wesleyan College’s GLBAL and Council on Religious Unity groups and Georgia Equality are co-hosting the event, scheduled for 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 7, at High Street Unitarian Universalist Church, 1085 High Street in Macon. Free and open to the public.