Come one and come all to the 74th annual OPS Amateur Hour February 25th 8:00 PM at the WEC. This year we have ten amazing acts ranging from original songs to acts that will leave you in amazement. This year we are blessed to have the show hosted by Jordan Stephan, who is former Amateur Hour grand prize winner. Tickets are $6.00 and $13.00 for families. Tickets can be per-ordered at the cafe.
In the essay “In Search of an Ecology of Music” composer John Luther Adams (b.1953) outlines the possibility that pieces of music can do the work of environmentalism. But what does this contribution look like? Professor Diaz will outline Adams’s “Ecology of Music,” and discuss the historical and cultural conditions which led to its development. History Colloquium Credit Available
Come for a weekend of fun and adventure in the snow and stay overnight Friday, February 24 at the ABC Mountain Retreat! Dinner, breakfast, and sack lunch provided. Sign up in the chaplain's office. Only 70 spots available $10 reserves your spot. Cabining will get you closer to the Wallowas were you can join ASWWU for backcountry skiing on Sabbath.
Join us tonight for Vespers at 8pm in the UC Sanctuary with WWU Church's own, Pastor Alareece Collie, preaching on deep discipleship from the parable of the workers in the vineyard, and Peter Flores leading music. It will be relaxed and full of the Holy Spirit. Welcome the Sabbath with us!
Speaker: Tom Hamel, 1996 Graduate in Business and Engineering Tuesday, February 21, 2017, 6:30PM Walla Walla Country Club 1390 Country Club Road, Walla Walla STUDENT $28 | PUBLIC $40 Reserve your seat by February 20, 2017, by 9:00 a.m.call or email Renee Mackin at (509) 527-2765, firstname.lastname@example.org
Come to the Black Box in CTC on Feb. 22 for pizza, movie, and a Q&A with writer/director/actor/producer Rik Swartzwelder! Pizza served at 6pm, movie starts at 6:30pm. This is a colloquium opportunity for Communications majors/minors, but is also open to the public. Join us!
The objective of the competition is to design a device that will protect a large grade-A chicken egg from breaking when it is dropped. Entrants will compete to design the device with the lightest weight, the fewest number of parts, and the most accurate drop to the Drop Zone target. All are welcome, so come have some fun and win some sweet prizes!!
WWU Alumni Association seeks a part-time facility manager for Havstad Alumni Center (manages guest rooms, supervises facility volunteers, operates facility, schedules events). Interested candidates should call (509) 527-2241 or e-mail email@example.com for details.
Ancient Words is an event in which students and staff come together to read through the Bible in 72 hours. We are looking for volunteers to read aloud parts of the Bible for half an hour or more. If you are interested, click the link to sign up for slots. Email me if you have any questions. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/18RK2dETcWB5USRaDDHPlQX8WakahjKfGvP4e9IDOMOQ/edit#gid=0
There are about 100 letter size hanging folders available for the taking. If you need 1 or 10, or more, please stop by ADM 331 and take as many as you need.
Tell us about your academic advisement experience at WWU by completing the online Advising survey. Results are used to award WWU faculty the "Excellence in Advising" award and help us improve our advisers. Surveys open now till March 6th. 4 students will be randomly selected to receive $50 amazon gift certificate by completing the survey. Link: wallawalla.edu/advisement-survey
SAVE THE DATE! Come join us at our Career and Internship Fair on February 21, 2017 from 4-7pm. Come meet future employers and get more information about internships and jobs! We will have a photo booth for professional LinkedIn photos. Dress nicely! Check out our website career.wallawalla.edu for more information.