Daily Bulletin

April 23, 2019

Rosa J. Young Award & Lecture
Wed., April 24
The second annual Rosa J. Young Award and Lecture will be TOMORROW at 5:30PM in HH 129 (film screening room). The Rosa J. Young Award will showcase student work in writing and visual arts centered around the theme of diversity. The Rosa J. Young Lecture will be given by Dr. Reggie Edwards, Ed.D. The Rosa J. Young Award and Lecture honors the work of Dr. Rosa J. Young, who established a number of Lutheran schools, including a college, throughout Alabama.
Lunch Tuesday 4/23/19
Tue., April 23
TACO TUESDAY SOUPS- creamy potato, egg drop; MAIN LINE- balsamic glazed chicken, diced O’Briens, green beans; ROTISSERIE- eye round, roasted squash medley, roasted potatoes; DEMO- omelettes.
eSports at Bethany Event
Tue., April 23
Join us on Tuesday, April 23 at 7 p.m. in Honsey Hall room 103 to meet the eSport coaches and learn more about Bethany's exciting new program! Snacks provided!
Psych Club & Nerds Unite Donuts 'n Discussion
Tue., April 23
Join the Psychology Club and Nerds Unite for a Donuts 'N Discussion TODAY at 3:30PM in Honsey North Lantern. We will discuss psychological aspects of gaming. Enjoy some sweet donuts and awesome discussion!
All-student Organ Recital
Tue., April 23
Organ students from Bethany, MLC, and Gustavus will play a recital in Trinity Chapel on Tuesday, April 23, at 7:30pm. Come and hear your fellow students play some amazing music! The event is sponsored by the Sioux Trails chapter of the American Guild of Organists (STAGO).
Cookies, Cupcakes, and Brownies, Oh my!
Tue., April 23
BAKE SALE on April 23rd from 11:30-1:30pm! This fundraising event is to raise money for the Wosmek family. We are looking for donations of all kinds of baked goods for the event. So donate some cookies and buy some brownies! It's a SWEET thing to do!
Home Softball
Wed., April 24
The BLC softball team hosts UW-Superior for a double-header on Wednesday, April 24 beginning at 3:30 PM. Both teams are currently undefeated in UMAC play. GO VIKINGS!
Home Baseball
Wed., April 24
The BLC baseball team hosts Martin Luther College for a double-header on Wednesday, April 24 beginning at 1:30 PM at Franklin Rogers Park. GO VIKINGS!
Rosa J Young Lecture Series
Wed., April 24
Dr. Reggie Edwards is the Rosa J Young speaker for 2019. Please join us for his lecture, "Standing at the Intersection of Diversity, Education, and Lutheranism," Wednesday, April 24, at 5:30 in Honsey Hall, room 129.
Honors Recital
Wed., April 24
Wednesday, April 24 at 7 pm in Trinity Chapel - The Bethany Music Department presents the Spring Semester Honors Recital in Trinity Chapel at 7:00 p.m. There will be selections for voice, keyboard, and instruments. All are welcome, with a reception to follow that honors graduating music majors.
Toppers Pizza and Baseball!
Wed., April 24
Come down to the Bethany baseball game against MLC where you can get pizza, pop, and support a great cause! Toppers pizza will be $2 a slice and pop will be $1. There will also be a raffle for a Toppers gift card!
Student art show opening
Thu., April 25
Come to the last art opening of the year to view art, support BLC student artists, and eat fancy cocktail weenies on toothpicks. The 2019 purchase award and merit award winners will be announced. Thursday, Apr. 25, 7 pm, YFAC Gallery.
Choir concert, Sat. 3 p.m.
Sat., April 27
"From Age to Age" is a Minneapolis-based chamber choir directed by Bethany alum and adjunct music faculty member, Dr. Peter J. Durow. The "Made in Minnesota" concert program celebrates choral music written and arranged by composers with ties to Minnesota. The Bethany Choir will sing with From Age to Age for this exciting collaborative concert on Saturday, April 27 at 3 p.m. in the Trinity Chapel. A free-will donation will be collected at the door.
Student Employment ChecksStudent employment checks can be picked up at the Business Office window from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm. Please bring your Bethany ID with you.
Tutors NeededThe Writing Center is seeking to hire a number of tutors for the 2019-20 academic year. To apply, please follow these guidelines: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1vSNo46rhg6j1ZOWiFFKEPFivnaW94NcBfYSdoWJv2SU/edit?usp=sharing
Psych Club movie and discussion
Sat., April 27
The Psych Club will be watching and discussing "Split" on Saturday, April 27th, starting at 8:30 p.m. in the Lab coffee shop (in Luther Hall). Come join us for a discussion of the issues that the film raises and how accurately it portrays psychological issues. The movie is FREE and snacks will be provided!
Campus and Highway Clean Up
Sat., April 27
Meet at 9:00am on the campus green for Einstein bagels and Caribou coffee. You will receive your group assignment for the morning. One group will go out to the highway and another will spread out across campus to pick up trash. Clean-up will last until approximately 11:30am. All volunteers will receive an exclusive Vikings Volunteer T-shirt designed by our very own Karee Henrich! This program is sponsored by the Paul Ylvisaker Center for Personal and Public Responsibility.
International Food Night
Sun., April 28
Spice up your weekend with World Club and CIDR for our annual International Food Night. This event will take place on Sunday, April 28th (Honsey Hall Lobby, 6 PM - 8 PM). Enjoy food, drinks, and activities from around the world. There will also prizes!
End of Year Celebration
Tue., April 30
Join the Student Support Network in the Viking Village for catered food on Tuesday, April 30th. We'll celebrate the end of the school year, enjoy food, music, and karaoke, and look forward to the school year to come. The party starts at 7 PM!
Magic in the V.V. with Pete!
Wed., May 1
Take a study-break for an evening of tricks, laughs, and general tom-foolery on May 1st in the Viking Village at 7:30pm. Professor Peter Bloedel will be your host for this evening of wonder and astonishment. Make plans to attend. Your life will be changed forever. Unless you’re not into that. This show comes with a “non life-change option.” Either way don’t miss it. Click and subscribe. Void where prohibited. Some assembly required. Batteries not included. Substantial penalty for early withdrawl. Use only in a well ventilated area. Contents may settle during shipping.
The Yawp: A National Poetry Month ProjectApril is National Poetry Month, and the students of BLC have been preparing for months! Every weekday in April, we will be releasing a student-created video, accompanied by a student-read poem from established authors. See a new video every weekday here: https://www.facebook.com/BethanyLutheranCollegeMemorialLibrary/
Yawp! Showcase: Free Event
Fri., May 3
Celebrate National Poetry Month by attending a video showcase featuring poetry that has been narrated, animated, produced and directed by BLC students. The audience will vote for the best video and the winners will receive prizes. Free food for all! Friday, May 3, 7:00 p.m. in HH 129 (film viewing room).
School Supplies Donation DriveDo you have extra school supplies you don't need anymore? Are you just going to throw them away? Donate them to the the local elementary schools in the area. RA Noah is holding a school supplies donation drive. There will be a box in each dorm building next to the RA desk. Drop your unwanted supplies and help the local elementary students in the area. Have questions? Contact Noah at nbattenfeld@blc.edu!
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