Learn everything you need to know about making sushi and get the materials you'll need to make it at home when you leave. Chef Jeremy will walk you through the sushi making process and give time to work with each person individually as needed. MUST RSVP! The class is $30 and can be paid with flex, cash, or card. Contact email@example.com or sign up at the sushi station in the Cafeteria.
WWU is now partnering with Life Flight Network to offer a discounted rate on life flight services to all regular employees who wish to sign-up through WWU's group plan. For more information on Life Flight Network and how to register for this benefit, please visit our HR Website at https://www.wallawalla.edu/resources/human-resources-payroll/employee-resources/benefits-perks/life-flight-northwest/.
Interested in joining a Small Group this quarter? Small Groups has been partnering with the University Church, which has some great new groups starting up this winter as well. If you're interested in joining one or want more information, go to http://www.wwuchurch.com/small-groups.
If you are looking for education related to your retirement planning strategy, have questions about recent retirement changes, or want to learn more about the importance of saving, our Empower Retirement representative is here to help! Schedule a half-hour meeting with our plan representative, Marula Blue, by contacting Laura Boyd at ext. 2820.
The Dean's Lists for Fall 2017 are now available at https://www.wallawalla.edu/academics/deans-list/. This recognition requires a minimum of 15 credits of graded work, A-F, with a GPA of 3.5-3.749 for the Dean's List and 3.75-4.0 for the Dean's List of Distinguished Students. We are proud of these students' achievements. Please congratulate them as you have opportunity.
The Student Development Center will be hosting its second career meet up on February 15, 2018 from 3-6pm in Chan Shun Pavilion. We will be having graduate schools attend including Southern Adventist University, University of Washington and more! For more information, contact our office at 509-527-2313 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Marula Blue, our retirement representative from Empower, will be hosting a 50 minute training session touching on several topics. She will walk through the new Empower Retirement website changes, explain the Roth contribution option, and have time for a questions and answers at the end. This is a good way to get an overview of your retirement account, so bring your lunch and learn with us!
Please help welcome over 300 guests for Friendship Tournament beginning this Thursday. Join us at the gym to cheer on your favorite team! Twelve academies are participating in this annual basketball tournament.
Come down to the SAC every Monday at 7 p.m. for TWWUNES with ASWWU Social! You can bring instruments or your voice or simply your happy self. This is a time to socialize and hangout and get away from the stress of college and homework. Also, smoothies are half off (small - $1.50 and tall - $2.00, WHAT A STEAL). If you have any questions, please email email@example.com.
This coming Thursday night is ASWWU Glow in the Dark Dodgeball in the cafeteria at 7:30 p.m. You can either bring a pre-created team of your choice or show up and create a team on the spot. The winning team gets a cash prize of $100. Be sure to put this on your schedule, it will be a hoot and a half!
ASWWU social is hosting the first ever The Voice of Walla Walla. It will be a fun night of talent brought to you by Walla Walla University, Whitman College and Walla Walla Community College. The winner of the cash prize will be determined by the audience. Auditions are Monday Jan. 22 at the Alumni center from 7-9 p.m. Check out the event website for more details: aswwu.com/thevoice.
Come to the ASWWU social office for waffles this coming Wednesday! Feel free to chat about events and bring your comments and concerns. There will be coffee, tea, waffles and more. Don't miss this great opportunity! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
We are opening a “DROP-IN” hour starting 1/22/18, 12-1pm. A therapist will be available Mon-Thurs to address your concerns. Perhaps you have wondered if counseling is right for but you have been busy. We encourage you to drop by, meet with a therapist, and see if counseling could be helpful. We can also connect you with some resources that may help you take the next step toward your goal.