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2016 Homecoming Court Candidates
Congratulations to the 2016 Homecoming Court candidates:
Kassi Kommes, Katie Turnquist, Haley Stevens, Elizabeth Kim, Tarynne Kinghorn, Skyler Gorsett, Matt Schulz, Luke Hastie, Matt Tennyson, and Michael Davidson!
Students, come show off your pumpkin carving skills. OAC (Outdoor Adventure Club) is once again holding the pumpkin carving contest Wednesday, October 19th from 6:30p.m.-8:30p.m. The pumpkin carving will take place between Smith and Pierce/White Hall. There is no cost to carve a pumpkin. Students are asked to sign up before the event at the OAC booth during the lunch hour 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. on October 13th, 14th, 17th or 18th so that no pumpkins go to waste. If students are unavailable during the lunch hour and still wish to sign up or have any other questions they can email OAC@bvu.edu.
Debate Watch Parties
Student Senate is hosting Debate Watch Parties in order to get students more engaged in the election for President. Students can enjoy snacks, learn more about satellite voting, and get registered at any of the debate watch parties. Student Senate is hosting the parties in the Pierce/White Skybox at 8:30 p.m. during every debate until the national election. Debates are September 26, October 4, 9, and 19. Satellite voting ON CAMPUS in the Science Center will be on October 13 from 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
A.W.O.L. is BVU's alternative spring break program. In the past sixteen years we have sent 641 volunteers 160,000 miles to volunteer 28,000 hours of service! We have volunteered in five different countries and ten different states.
A.W.O.L. Mission: To immerse students in different cultures, heightened social awareness, and to advocate life-long social action through service on a local, regional, national and international level.
Here are the trip descriptions for A.W.O.L. 2017 leaving March 18. For details of each trip, visit the A.W.O.L. website at http://www.bvu.edu/bv/community-service/awol.dot
Animal Advocacy and Environmentalism
Economic Development in Marginalized Communities
Tackling Poverty and Serving Youth
Got Social Justice?
BVU Flu Shot Registration Now Open!
Health Services & Wellness will be providing free flu shots to students. To register for a flu shot, students can go to www.bvu.edu/flu. Anyone who wants to reduce the likelihood of becoming ill with influenza or spreading influenza to others should receive the (inactivated) seasonal flu vaccine!
“Beaver Bucks” are convenient!
Students can use “Beaver Bucks” in the Centennial Room/Snack Bar or Common Grounds Coffee Shop. “Beaver Bucks” may be purchased in the Business Office at any time during the year and Sodexo Food Service loads the value on the student’s ID. Beaver Bucks will transfer from semester to semester, but not year to year. The cost for Beaver Bucks is as follows:
25 Beaver Bucks…. $20
50 Beaver Bucks…. $40
100 Beaver Bucks…$75
Beaver Athletics Weekly will keep you up-to-date on all of the latest Beaver Athletic events and results. You will receive the newsletter via e-mail on a weekly basis throughout the year. http://bvuathletics.com/fanzone/Beaver_Athletics_Weekly
The Tack, BVU’s award-winning, online student newspaper, invites you keep up-to-date on all the news about BVU by visiting its website at http://www.bvtack.com/. While there, be sure to click on “Subscribe” (http://www.bvtack.com/subscribe/) to start getting The Point, the paper’s weekly eNewsletter that comes directly to your email inbox and contains the top headlines for that week. You can also follow The Tack ONLINE on Facebook or @thetack on Twitter for news updates and links