Daily Bulletin

October 26, 2016

Wednesday Menu Soup: Chicken noodle and Cream of broccoli. Main line: Roast beef in mushroom cream, Wild rice and peas and carrots. Rotisserie: Herbed chicken, Ranch roasted potatoes and Corn and peppers. Sloppy Joes. Demo: Loaded nachos.
Health Services Open today 8am-1pm and Friday 8am-12pm
The Ada Stokes Writing Center The Ada Stokes Writing Center, located in HH 217, is open Monday - Thursday from 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. Tutors provide help in the areas of essay writing, creative writing, resumes, cover letters, graduate applications, and more. Walk-ins are welcome, but priority is given to individuals with an appointment. To make an appointment, go to MyBLC and search for “Writing Center Appointment Form.” Come see us!
Reformation Vespers Service Thursday, October 27 at 4:30 p.m. - A Reformation Vespers choral service featuring the Bethany Concert Choir will be held in Trinity Chapel. All are welcome to attend!
Student Employment-Admissions Do you like Bethany? Can you talk? Do you know how to operate a phone and computer-at the same time? Then we have a job for you!!! Get paid to call high school students and tell them about Bethany. Evening hours. Sun-Thur. Flexible-you pick nights. Contact Estelle at estelle.vlieger to learn more!
Reformation Lectures The annual Bjarne W. Teigen Memorial Lectures will be held October 27–28, 2016. This year the theme will be “The Cost of Confessing: Luther and the Three Princes.” The first lecture will begin Thursday at 10:30, in the YFAC theater: “Luther and Frederick the Wise,” by Dr. Roland Ziegler; lecture two, Thursday at 2:00: “Luther and John the Constant,” by Dr. Charles Cortright; and lecture three, Friday at 10:30: “Luther and John Frederick,” by Dr. David Lumpp.
Jazz Band concert Sunday, October 30 at 7:00 p.m. in Trinity Chapel - The Bethany Jazz Band performs a concert of rock, pop and jazz hits, led by director Adrian Lo.
Looking for a job? Be sure to visit the Find Jobs page (www.blc.edu/find-jobs) on our website for all the latest job postings.
Friendship Circle Have you ever wanted to learn how to communicate more effectively or feel more confident in social situations? Christian Family Solutions now offers a new group (Friendship Circle). This group will help members grow in their abilities and confidence and give the opportunity to learn from others who may be experiencing similar feelings or concerns. The group meets Thursdays from 10:45-11:30 am at the Christian Family Solutions clinic at 421 E. Hickory St., Ste. 402. New members are welcome to join at any time. You can contact us at 800.438.1772 for more information.
Great Goody Grab at Edgewood Bring children to Edgewood Place on Saturday, October 29th from 5-7pm for trick-or-treating and games in a safe, warm environment. Vote on which resident has the best door decorations and purchase items from the bake sale raising money for exercise equipment for the women of Edgewood Place! If you have questions please call (507) 344-7727.
IM BB Sign-Ups Sign-ups are open for mens and womens IM BB. Games will be held Mon-Thurs and Sun evenings. Potential game times are 4-10:00pm depending on the number of teams and gym availability. Be sure to refer to the eligibility & roster portions of the rules when forming teams! Rules, roster, and liability/emergency information (2-sided) forms can be picked up from the IM wall in the SFC. Return completed forms to the same area. Rosters are due Wed 11/2. MANDATORY captain's meeting Sun 11/6 6:30pm in the SFC classroom. Games begin Mon 11/7. Questions? Please contact Renee Tatge, IM Dir.
COMM111.B Accelerated Public Speaking For advising purposes, the section of Fundamentals of Speech, COMM111.B will be accelerated. It will meet five days a week and finish shortly after Spring Break. While this was originally designed to allow athletes to free up their schedule at the end of the semester, the class is open to all students.
Basketball Coaches Needed Mt. Olive Lutheran School is in need of basketball coaches for the Girls B team (5th-6th grade) Girls A team (7th and 8th Grade) and the Boys B team (5th-6th grade). Practices will be on Mondays and Thursdays for the girls teams and Tuesdays and Fridays for the boys. Practice times are between 2:30 and 5:30PM depending on the coaches availability. Practice begins on Monday, November 7th. If interested please contact Craig Zibrowski by email mrzmtolivelutheran.org
Final Regular Season Home Soccer Games On Friday, October 28th the men's and women's soccer teams will play their final regular season home games of the 2016 season. The men's game will begin at 1 p.m. followed by the women's game at 3:15 p.m. Come out to the BLC Soccer Field and cheer on the BLC soccer teams! GO VIKINGS
The Scroll Be sure to look for the student newspaper tomorrow! It's not too late to get involved with writing, photography or layout. Stop by HH 133 on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. for more information.
Psychology Major/Minor Meet & Greet Are you interested in Psychology as a major or minor? Come learn what you can do with a psych degree (hint: more than counseling and research). Join us THIS THURSDAY (Oct. 27) from 12:00-1:00 p.m. in the Old Main Cafeteria (we’ll have a marker on the table). Meet the Psych faculty, learn some fun facts about psychology, and find out the next step in becoming a Psych major or minor. (Just in time for choosing your spring classes!)
Psychology Club Brain Games! Join us for some “Brain Games” on Wednesday, Nov. 2nd at 7:30 P.M. We will explore various demonstrations of how our brain works (and sometimes doesn’t work) to learn more about the mind in all its wonders and get a better appreciation for this gift that God has given us. Join us in the Honsey film screening room (HH129) for a mind-bending good time!
Psychology Book Fair The Psychology Department and Psychology Club will be hosting a book fair (i.e. giveaway) on Advising Day (Alternate title: The John Boubel Memorial Book Fair). From 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., stop by the 3rd floor of Honsey (by the North Lantern) and peruse what we have to offer. Books are free, but a free-will donation will be collected to raise funds for future Psychology Club activities. Come by and see what psychological treasures you may find!
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