Daily Bulletin

October 16, 2017

Menu
Mon., October 16
Lunch: cream of broccoli, tomato soup; Chicken capresse, Italian roasted potatoes, carrots; Rotisserie: roasted pork, Hawaiian fried rice, plantains; Demo: Chicago dogs
A Conversation and Reading with Candace BlackThe English Department is excited to welcome you to "A Conversation and Reading with Candace Black", on Monday, October 16th. The event will begin with a reading from the award-winning poet's latest collection Whereabouts, and be followed by a moderated Q&A session centered on her poems and the creative process. Join us at 7 PM in HH 129!
Divine Savior Academy Presentation
Mon., October 16
The high school principal of Divine Savior Academy in Doral, Florida will be on the BLC campus on Monday, October 16th to present to all Education majors about teaching opportunities at DSA. There will be a presentation from 8:00-8:50am in the ARC for all Education majors and any interested BLC students, faculty, and staff. Beginning at 9:00, Mr. Troge will conduct one on one interviews with interested students. These interviews will last about 20 minutes and will be conducted in Dr. Carrie Pfeifer’s office in ML 101. Contact Dr. Pfeifer if you wish to schedule an interview.
Psych Donuts 'N Discussion
Tue., October 17
Join the Psychology Department and Psychology Club on Tuesday, October 17th, at 3:30PM in Honsey Hall room 311, as we welcome Laura Schnaible, from the New England Center For Children located in Massachusetts. As a representative of one of the most renowned providers of autism services, Laura will explain the cutting edge work that is being done to serve those with autism, and describe the many career opportunities available to those interested in working with this population. Learn more about the autism diagnosis, and see if this is a career path for you!
"On Face Value" - CIDR & Library project
Thu., October 19
Join us on Thursday, October 19th, at 7:00PM in Memorial Library 111, for "On Face Value: An Evening of Storytelling and Art." We will have a round table discussion on making assumptions, using a short essay as the catalyst. Then, we'll make a collaborative art project that celebrates our differences. Presented by The Center for Intercultural Development & Resources (CIDR) and the Memorial Library.
Mental Health ScreeningsAnxious? Depressed? Stop by Christian Family Solutions in Luther Hall 207 for a brief mental health screening on Wednesday, October 18th from 9-11, Thursday, October 19th from 3-5, or Friday, October 20th from 11-3. There is no fee. No appointment needed, just stop by!
Mount Olive Lutheran Church
Fri., October 20
Mt. Olive Lutheran Church (three blocks from BLC) will be hosting David Malnes from Praise and Proclaim ministries on October 20 and 21. He will be teaching people how to share their faith with those around us. We will also be doing some canvassing - inviting people to a Fall Festival on November 04. We are looking for people eager to learn from Mr. Malnes and share their faith with others. Students from Bethany are invited to participate.
Homecoming SurveyWe hope you got a chance to enjoy Homecoming 2017. We'd love to hear from you how we can make it even better! Please take a few minutes to give us feedback on this year's Homecoming and/or give us suggestions for what you'd like to see next year. Thank you for your valuable input! Click here to begin >> https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/blchomecoming17
Seminary Open House
Sun., October 22
Men interested in pursuing the pastoral ministry are invited to Bethany Lutheran Theological Seminary on Sunday, October 22, from 5:30-7:00 pm. Supper will be provided, followed by a presentation from Pastor Robert Harting on the blessings and challenges of parish life in a small town. Seminarians and professors will be there to visit and share their own thoughts about life in and after seminary, so feel free to come with questions. The seminary is located at 6 Browns Court, down the road from Gullixson Hall and across the road from the softball field.
Ottesen MuseumWhat was it like to live in a log cabin on the Iowa prairie? Find out 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
How to Get a Tutor for a SubjectIf 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.
Tutoring in WritingNeed 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 Ada Stokes 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. HH 217
ARC HoursThe Academic Resource Center is open for quiet study and test proctoring on Sundays through Thursdays from 7-10 pm and on Fridays from 10:30am-2:00pm. Additional test proctoring opportunities are available from 10:30-3:00 on Tuesdays and Thursdays. As a courtesy, please sign up for a test proctoring time by going to the Academic Resources Quicklink on MyBLC. You will also see the weekly calendar for the ARC---breaks and special hours in the library may impact the hours the ARC is open.

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