Daily Bulletin

September 23, 2017

Innocence Project Event - Law Club Guest Speaker
Sun., September 24
On Sunday, September 24th at 7:00 p.m. in Honsey Hall, South Lantern Room, guest speaker and Bethany graduate Rachael Melby will talk about her work with the Innocence Project of Minnesota. The Innocence Project works to free prisoners who have been wrongfully convicted of crimes. Since its inception in 1989, their work has led to over 2,000 exonerations, representing over 17,895 years lost in prison due to errors in convictions. Everyone is welcome to attend. Contact Prof. Edwards with questions.
Law & Faith Presentation - Constitution Day Event
Wed., September 27
The Honorable Mark Betters will give a Constitution Day presentation on Wednesday, September 27th, at 7:00 pm in Meyer Hall, room 101. Judge Betters will recount his story of being a high school music teacher who went to law school and who then was appointed to be a judge for Minnesota's 5th Judicial District. He will also share about how his faith guided him through his battle with cancer. Brought to you by the Legal Studies & History Departments. Contact Sara Edwards if you have any questions.
DIY Postcards
Thu., September 28
Choose from three unique designs to make your own postcard with the Street Corner Letterpress at The Taylor Library in North Mankato between 4 and 8pm on Thursday, September 28. The library is located at 1001 Belgrade Ave, North Mankato. Contact Katie S. with questions at 507-345-5120.
Second Annual Bethany BowlJoin SAAC for some Friday Night Lights at the Second Annual Bethany Bowl! Teams must consist of 8-12 junior or senior men and will have bracket play on Thursday September 28th and the championship on Friday September 29th. Winners of the championship will receive t-shirts! Rosters will be emailed to students and available in the SFC on the Intramural wall. They must be turned in to the Intramural wall by Friday September 22nd. If enough interest, there can be a separate women’s bracket. Email Jeremy Becker at jbecker2@blc.edu with any questions.
Tutors NeededThere is a desperate need for tutors for the following courses: Biology, Macroeconomics, Math 110, Spanish, Introduction to Statistics and Principles of Finance. If you have interest and ability to tutor, please see Dr. Pfeifer in Memorial Library 101 or email her at cpfeifer@blc.edu to apply.
If you need tutoring...If you discover that you would benefit from the ongoing support through peer tutoring, please request a tutor through the online tutor request form on the Bethany website. Go to "Academics" and look for the tutor request form under "Academic Resources". Dr. Pfeifer will contact you when a tutor is available or if there are any questions about your request.
The Writing Center in HH 217Need help understanding a writing assignment, developing a thesis statement, organizing ideas, or learning how to edit an essay? How about creative works? A resume and cover letter? An essay for graduate school? The Writing Center is here for you! We are open on Monday / Tuesday / Wednesday / Thursday from 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. (last call at 9:45 p.m.). Walk-ins are welcome, but appointments are given priority.

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