Daily Bulletin

January 16, 2018

Lunch 1/16/17
Tue., January 16
TACO TUESDAY SOUPS- chicken noodle, cream of mushroom; MAIN LINE- butter pork, jasmine rice, carrots, naah bread; ROTISSERIE- original chicken, roasted fingerling potatoes, vegetable; DEMO- quesadillas.
IM Dodgeball Captains Meeting
Tue., January 16
Mandatory Intramural Dodgeball Meeting Tuesday 1/16 at 4:30pm in the SFC Classroom. A teammate may attend in the captain's stead.
CFUT Meeting Calling all future teachers and education majors! Are you interested in hosting a potential Education student? Are you interested in attending a conference to learn more about how to be a better teacher? Well join CFUT for their first 2nd semester meeting on Tuesday, January 16 @ 7:00 in the ARC! There will be lots to discuss and maybe even some treats! Come join us!
Discuss MLK's "Letter from Birmingham Jail"
Thu., January 18
You may have read or heard Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech, but have you read his "Letter from Birmingham Jail"? Join us on Thursday, Jan. 18th at 7:00 P.M. in Memorial Library room 111 to read excerpts from this powerful letter and discuss what his words still have to say to us. Then, we will make a collage based on our discussion. This is part of the monthly "On Face Value" series sponsored by The Center for Intercultural Development & Resources (C.I.D.R.) and Memorial Library.
Paralegal Certificate Meeting
Tue., January 16
What does a paralegal do? A paralegal helps attorneys and judges by assisting at trials, interviewing clients, conducting legal research, and by composing documents to file with the court. Bethany has just added a Paralegal Certificate to the Legal Studies major, although you do not need to be a Legal Studies major to obtain a Paralegal Certificate. If you are interested in learning more, join us for an informational meeting on Tuesday, January 16th, at 12:00 noon in HH room 229.
Greece TripJoin us on a fabulous tour of Greece, May 13-23 2018. Four more spots are available for BLC students, faculty and staff at $1,500 scholarship. The price for BLC students, faculty, and staff is $2,430. For more information, send an email to aharstad@blc.edu or call Prof A. Harstad at 507-351-9333.
Colleges Against Cancer
Thu., January 18
Want to help plan this year's Relay for Life? Colleges Against Cancer will be having their first meeting of the semester on Thursday, January 18th at 7 PM in the Honsey Hall North Lantern. Stop by to learn more about this club and Relay. Feel free to bring friends!
Want to be an RA? Info Night
Thu., January 18
If you are thinking about applying to be an RA next year, you are invited to drop by HH 314 between 6pm and 6:45pm on Thursday, Jan 18. Members of the Res Life staff will be on hand to talk to you about the particulars of being an RA and answer any questions you may have. RA job descriptions and applications will be available. You can also pick up forms and ask questions anytime by stopping by OM 238 or OM 227 to talk to Renee Tatge or Dean Schmidt.
MOMs Bible Study ChildcareWould you like to earn a little extra cash? Looking for: A few reliable childcare workers to supervise young children while their moms participate in Bible Study When: Wednesday Mornings from 8:00-10:00am, February 7th to April 25th. Where: Mt. Olive Lutheran Church Responsibilities: Lead bible story and song time, supervise activities and play time, and feed provided snack. This is a paid position. Must pass State of MN background check Contact: Emily Peters at emmykf@hotmail.com or 507-381-9659
Emergency Text NotificationReceive notifications in the event of campus closures or emergencies through text, voice, or email. Sign up by logging onto my.blc.edu and clicking on Emergency Notifications on the left.
2018 BLC Phone-a-thon Are you looking for a flexible job this semester? Consider being a part of the 2018 Bethany Phone-a-thon. This is an annual project run by our college advancement department with two goals; 1.) To interact with alumni & friends of the college. 2.) Offer the opportunity to our alumni & friends to make a donation to the support college. If interested in applying or have any questions, please reach out to Jake Krier in the Advancement Dept to discuss or schedule a phone interview. (jake.krier@blc.edu or (507)344-7519)
Resume BuilderLooking to beef up your resume with some volunteerism? The Coughlan Companies are looking for literacy center tutors and leaders. For more info, see the flyers on the bulletin board near the elevator on the lower level in Old Main or contact Christie Skilbred, Corporate Giving and Literacy Center Manager, Coughlan Companies Office: 507.385.8270 or cskilbred@coughlancompanies.com
Ottesen MuseumDid you know that the church body that is now the ELS was founded twice? 2018 marks the 100th anniversary of the reorganized Synod. Find out more at the Ottesen Museum. Regular hours are 1:30 - 4:30, Tuesday through Thursday or by appointment. For more information contact Rebecca DeGarmeaux, Director of Programming at 344-7421 or museum@blc.edu.
RA HiringMake a difference on your campus while gaining experience to make a difference in the world! Applications are available to be a Resident Assistant for the 2018-2019 academic year. Forms can be picked up and returned to Renee Tatge in OM 238 or Dean Schmidt in OM 227. Applications will be available through Tuesday, February 13 and are due by 4pm on February 13. The job description can be found at this link: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1jBtthKlKNyNKMQLW88OK7B2IP8FpumH9.
Academic Resource Center and Disability ServicesThe Academic Resource Center (ARC) will be open this semester as follows: Sundays through Thursdays from 7-10 pm, Tuesday and Thursdays from 12:30-3:30 pm, Fridays 10:30 am -1:20 pm, and new this semester, Saturdays 12:00-3:00pm. Please plan to study or have test proctoring during those times. A schedule of ARC hours as well as links for test proctoring and applying for a tutor is posted under Academic Resources on MyBLC. If you have any questions about ARC service or have a disability service need, contact Dr. Carrie Pfeifer at cpfeifer@blc.edu or stop by her office-ML 101.
Need a Writing Tutor?Located in HH 217, the Ada Stokes Writing Center is open from 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. on Monday afternoons, and from 7:00 - 10:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday nights (last call at 9:45 p.m.). Walk-ins are welcome, but appointments are given priority. Tutors can help you understand writing assignments, develop thesis statements, organize ideas, and learn how to revise and edit academic essays. Additionally, they can help with creative works, resume writing, cover letters, and graduate school applications. If you can write it, the tutors can help!

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