Residential Life & Housing has partnered with the Social Work Club to provide items that will be used in a local charity’s new teen shelter called The Loft. The Loft will be opening in the coming weeks and we would love to support them by helping to collect some of the items that they will need to operate. Donation bins can be found in the residence hall and WEC lobbies.
You should be receiving an email regarding the bin-annual Administrator Perception Survey on Thursday (2/22). This email will be sent from our survey provider, Qualtrics, even though the body of the email will be written by Jennifer Carpenter, Human Resources Director. This is a legitimate email survey and is NOT junkmail.
The Society of Bioengineering and the Education Club will be hosting a toy hack workshop where you will be able to modify toys to make them more accessible for children with disabilities. There are limited spots available so hurry and sign up at the Engineering Office! Time: Sunday, February 25, from 6:30 to 9:00 pm. Location: Project Lab on the 3rd floor of Kretschmar. Free food will be provided.
Positive Life Radio is looking for friendly students to work during Spring Fundraiser, March 6-9. Hours: 6:30am to 6pm. Duties: Taking pledges from listeners as they call in. Low key atmosphere, plenty of fun and food. Call Sali at 2991 for more info.
The HR Department is excited to host a spring art class taught by Chloe Congleton! Class times are 6-9 pm on March 5, 7, 11, and 13 in the WWVA Art classroom. There is a maximum of 20 people per class, so sign up today! Spouses and children ages 13+ are welcome. Register on the sign up sheet at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1TAXL6ex6G-1V7DH2fLf1_0hOwrwDZKtA52TxcaVMEZA/edit?usp=sharing.
It's time for some more Morning Mojo! Start your Thursdays right with stretching and core exercises and a worship thought. Meet at the Prayer House at 7 am, bring a friend! Worship credit included. See you there!
On Feb. 27, we will be reading through the whole Bible in 72 hrs! We're looking for people interested in reading out loud for at least half an hour. As daunting as this sounds, it's an incredible experience. If you have any questions about what this entails (you're not the only one), please shoot me an email or follow Prayer Ministries on Insta. Here is the link to sign up: https://goo.gl/wDyhsf
The Walla Walla University Music Department presents a guest organ recital by Paul Richard Olson. The program features works by Bruhns, Piroye, Bach, Oncley, Bédard, and Praetorius. Paul Olson is organist and choirmaster at Grace Church, Brooklyn Heights, New York.
See what the Diversity Advisory Council does. Train with us. Share your voice. Bring your cafeteria food to the Alaska Room to eat while we meet! Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to attend, learn, and be heard. Contact your department for possible colloquium credit.
1) One goal: to better understand the completes of relationship, and learning to love vulnerably, in a safe environment. 2) Two panels: this week the male panel will be in the Connard Chapel, with the female panel in Sittner Lobby (next week, panels will switch locations). *these events are brought to you by AGA/OPS and the Chaplain's Office
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 ($1.50 - WHAT A STEAL). If you have any questions, please email email@example.com.
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.
Would you like to understand more about how nutrition and self-care affect your mood and mental health? Come join Nutritionist Adina Pearson, and Counselor Elisa Hope for a two hour workshop to learn about these topic and gain some useful life skills. A light dinner will be provided, and this event is open to the community, so invite a friend or two along for an interesting discussion!
I know you are all getting ready for OPS weekend coming soon. Timmy Oliver will speak for vespers. We will have 9 fantastic acts ranging from Original Songs to Stand-up Comedy to something so original that I don't even know how to explain it. Pre-purchase tickets on your student account through an OPS officer or by emailing Dean Nickell. Vespers: Feb. 23, 8 p.m. Amateur Hour: Feb. 24, 8 p.m.