The Cry (Film)

The Cry is a suspenseful and shocking horror film using Mexican urban legend of La Llorona (the Weeping Woman) as the basis for a series of child disappearances in Central Park at the center of New York City. Detective Scott must solve the crimes and also battle both the horrific nature of the crimes and his own demons…his ex-wife drowned his child in a similar fashion years ago. The Cry is being shown in the Christie Theater tomorrow (October 22nd) in the Christie Theater!

Panel Presentation

Next week on Tuesday, October 22nd at 2pm in Phoenix Room B there will be a panel of retirees, who will consider a variety of intriguing subjects related to the complexities of age. Some examples are: making it through the economic storm, what retirement really is and isn’t, ageism and what we can do about it, and much more! So come and enjoy this amazing opportunity.

The Writing Center

 

The Writing Center is a neat, efficient, and free way to get your papers edited. The staff is there to help guide you in your writing by pointing out unclear ideas and grammatical errors. Of course, they only make suggestions to your writing so that you retain authorship. It is up to you whether or not to take their advice. To make an appointment, simply call or go to the Tutoring and Learning Center and ask for a date and time.  The Tutoring and Learning Center is open between 9am and 6pm Monday through Thursday, and 9am and 2pm on Friday. If you do not know where to go, walk past the Garden Café, past the gender neutral bathrooms and take the first left, or if you want to make it easier, simply call their number (920-465-2958.) Then, when it is time for your appointment, go to the Writing Center (Cofrin Library 109, on the right side of the hallway across from Cofrin Library) and give the tutor a copy of your paper and tell them the topic or question. They will help you make corrections.

 

Majors Fair

If you don’t have a major or have questions about a major, drop by the Majors Fair tomorrow (October 16th). It is located in the Phoenix rooms(between the Marketplace and the Corner Store) and is a good opportunity to check out the majors! Come in between 11am and 1pm.

Meet the Staff in the AIC!

Today we are going to talk about the first staff member you will probably meet walking into the AIC. Her name is Vickie Kersten. She has a smile for everyone and is one of the most welcoming people you will ever meet. She is a support person for the AIC staff. She does meetings, orders supplies, reconciles the budget, and does anything the AIC staff needs. She loves all of the students that come in and loves sitting at the front desk, since everybody sees her first. Another thing she loves is that no two days are alike. She loves working with student employees and thinks it is fun to watch grow and learn to do new things. She says that this year is special because everyone is motivated to promote the AIC, which makes her enjoy her job even more! So don’t be shy and come in to say hi!

Academic Advising

When do you have to declare your major/minor? Where do you go if you need help finding classes? Have no fear. Simply make an appointment at Academic Advising Office in the Student Services Building, Room 1600, and they will assist you in these choices! Also, if anyone out there is curious about when class registration begins, it begins Monday, November 11th on a priority basis.

Need a boost to help with tuition?

Just because you’re in college doesn’t mean you can’t apply for scholarships! There are plenty of scholarships out there for college students who need more tuition money. Student Services has plenty of information on scholarships for students, especially the website. Check out the link below for any information you need, and if you don’t find what you need, don’t be afraid to call or visit in person, Student Service Center, Student Services Building, Room 1100!

 

http://www.uwgb.edu/ssc/everything-money/scholarships.asp

Karen on the Bus (Film)

Karen decides she needs a new start, away from her slimy but successful husband, Mario. He claims that she can do absolutely nothing, but she leaves anyway. She walks into Bogota with no job, no friends, and hardly any money. When she meets a hairdresser named Patricia, she catches a break. And with Patricia at her side, she takes her first steps towards independence and self-discovery. If you are interested in seeing this film, it is being shown at the Christie Theater tomorrow (October 9th) at 5pm. 

Latino Superstition Panel

Are you curious about superstitions? Especially those of a different culture? Come to the panel and learn about Latino superstitions and practices, such as wearing yellow underwear on New Year’s Eve and what walking around the block with a suitcase means! It is tomorrow (October 8th) at 3:30 pm in the Christie Theater.

Gay? Fine by Me!

Next week Tuesday, October 8, and Wednesday, October 9, stop by the booth by Phoenix Room C and pick up a free t-shirt. That’s right, free t-shirt! But it’s first come, first serve, so stop by quickly! Then stop by the booth again next Friday, October 11, from 11am until 2pm wearing your free t-shirt to show support and acceptance to those who are brave enough to celebrate National Coming Out Day!