What’s your talent?
Did you miss the Oct. 10 and 14 talent show auditions? Students are prepping to bring their finest talents for your viewing pleasure. We have had break-dancers, beat-boxers, bands, and even a little Gangnam Style bless our stage in years past. Make sure to show up for the performances. This year’s show will be on Oct. 24 at 7 p.m. in the chapel. You will not want to miss it.
Interested with helping set-up for the talent show or future events?
SAB, the Student Activities Board, brainstorms and creates new events for our campus. SAB meets Wednesday nights at 7:30 p.m. upstairs in the HSC. Anyone is welcome!
Want to do something that will set you apart from every other college grad? Study abroad!
Have you ever wanted to study in Africa, Asia, Europe, Australia, or another state in the U.S.? As a Northwest University student, you can. Through Best Semester, GoEd, and our sister Universities in Korea, you can study just about anywhere. These opportunities will cost you just your NU tuition. Some schools, especially those in Korea, offer housing stipends and even ESL teaching opportunities. Application deadlines are approaching quickly, so email email@example.com or stop by Rice 8 for more information.
You Can’t Go Wrong with A Comedy of Errors
A Comedy of Errors, is just that—a comedy of errors. The Syracusan twins, mistakenly separated at birth, encounter many bizarre happenings due to their mistaken identities. This comedy of errors leads to undeserved beatings and arrests as well as false allegations of adultery, burglary, insanity, and possession by demons! Did we mention that this all happens in the wild, wild, west? This show will be directed by our own Chrystal Helmcke, who has appeared in and directed many outside productions professionally. The show dates for this production are Nov. 7-9 and 14-16. There are opportunities for off-stage jobs, as well. If you are interested, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you like the new dorm visitation policy? Thank you, SENATE!
Senate, over the past few years, has done phenomenal work in not only voicing the desires of the student body, but also in making those dreams a reality. Senate has recently finished its elections, and now it’s time for some new changes. Do you like the new dorm visitation hours? Senate made that happen. So, if you are interested in change and want to share your voice, Senate meets every Thursday night at 5 p.m. in Hurst 110, and PAC meetings will be approximately every month. Keep an ear open for this month’s PAC meeting date!
Written by Crista Greenwood