This event will take place Monday, February 10th, from 7pm until 8pm in the Phoenix Club. The audience will have an opportunity to interact with the performer and learn how play traditional African instruments.
Hopefully everyone had a nice winter break and is now having an easy time adjusting back into the school routine. The Spring semester is upon us, and there will be many events happening this upcoming semester. Starting with tonight, February 5th, there is a poetry reading that will be taking place from 6pm-7pm in the Common Grounds Coffeehouse. Come and enjoy yourself! This event is sponsored by the Black Student Union and allows students to have their poetic voices heard.
As of tomorrow final exam week is upon us. So do your best and study hard. If you find you are having a hard time studying, take a nap or sleep on it. Sleeping, and getting enough food into your system, will help you concentrate more and will help you de-stress. Make sure to have a good week and before you know it, our Holiday Recess will be here!
Are you struggling in a class and you absolutely need to pass an exam? Well, the Tutoring and Learning Center offers services to assist you in your needs. They offer one-on-one assistance with peers who are experts in the subject that you need help on. They can help you prepare for exams and give you tips on studying. You must make an appointment either in person or on the phone (920-465-2958). The Center is open Monday through Thursday from 9am to 6pm and on Fridays from 9am to 2pm. They are located past the two gender neutral bathrooms by the Garden Café to the left. The best part is that these services are absolutely free, so you can get the help you need without spending a cent.
Next week Wednesday at 7pm in the Christie Theater, a short film called Noise will be shown. After a tragic incident on a train, a young cop is forced into the chaos that follows this tragic event. He struggles to clear the noises in his head while dealing with the aftermath of the crime.
Tomorrow, Wednesday, December 4th, at 8pm in Phoenix Room B, Teju the Storyteller will be here telling stories that draw people in using his lively movements and traditional African instruments. His stories reflect on longstanding and contemporary cultural perspectives, which allow the listeners to understand the profound influence of African heritage on our traditions and identities.