Daily Bulletin

September 22, 2014

America Reads and Counts BLC students interested in tutoring local school children through the America Reads and America Counts federal work study programs, please see Mike Butzow in Old Main 227 to express your interest. These paid opportunities provide meaningful experience in helping others while adding depth to your resume. BLC students from any major may apply. Tutoring opportunities are matched to your schedule.
Viking Cup 2014 It's coming Oct 6-10... Viking Cup 2014! Listen for info from Res Life and watch for details posted around campus. Viking Cup is a week-long competition between the dorms meant to foster school spirit and friendly rivalry. Each night, representatives from each dorm compete to win points for their dorm while their dormmates cheer them on. Points are added up after each activity culminating in an overall Viking Cup winner at the end of the week. Gullixson was the Viking Cup 2012 and 2013 champion and took home the trophy!
Inkwell Do you enjoy writing, reading, planning, and earning a free credit? Please join us for an informational meeting about the student literary magazine known as Inkwell at 4:30 this Monday (22nd) in the Writing Center.
Study Abroad Info TONIGHT at 7 p.m. in Honsey Hall #129. Get the basics on study abroad and hear from recent BLC returnees about how this amazing experience impacts your life.
Two 'Sleep Talks' on Wed in The Younge Gym! Sleep! Is it a luxury, or a necessity? Expert, Dr. Jennifer Prichard, will address a 7:30pm audience on Wednesday, the 24th, in the Younge Gym on “Waking Up to the Importance of Sleep!”, followed by a 9:00pm talk directed to athletes (all are welcome!) on “Sleep: The Most Important 8 Hours of Training in Your Day!” Are those 'all-nighters' really productive? Want to get more sleep, but just don't know how? Join us! This talk will make a positive difference in your college career! Sponsored by PAMA Mentors, Health Services, and the Psychology Club. Questions: Patti.Reagles@blc.edu, ext. 306.