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Monday, November 16, 2015

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Read Student Health 101 magazine
Health and Wellness
online
Berea students, Interested in new workouts, ways to manage your stress, and winning free money? Student Health 101 is a free, online maga... more
 
REMINDER: RSVP for Saturday MLA Style Workshop!
Educational Opportunity
Center for Transformative Learning (Stephenson 314)
This is a reminder to RSVP if you are planning to come to the MLA Workshop on Saturday Nov. 21, from noon to 2pm! This workshop discusse... more
 
The Kentucky Coverlet Connection: Lou Tate, Little Loomhouse, and Berea
Exhibitions
Rogers Gallery
Monday-Thursday 8-6 Friday 8-5 and Sunday 1-5
 
Lost in Transition by Eleen Lin
Exhibitions
Lower Traylor Gallery
Monday-Thursday 8-6 Friday 8-5 and Sunday 1-5
 
Dia de Los Muertos Display
Exhibitions
Main floor, near entrance
A display for Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) sponsored by Campus HOP.
 
Registration for Spring
Academic Calendar
Student account must be under $100 in order to register for spring courses.
 
Library Display: Miniature Books
Exhibitions
2nd Floor, Main Area
Hutchins Library's Special Collections and Archives, as part of SC&A's series "Treasures from Special Collections and Archives," is displayi... more
 
Modern Tintypes of Folk Musicians, by LIsa Elmaleh
Exhibitions
LJAC Gallery Stephenson Hall 1st Floor
Using a 19th century photographic process Lisa Elmaleh has created unique images of contemporary folk musicians from Appalachia. For mo... more
 
Under Investigation - Stories of Cryptids from Appalachia & Kentucky
Exhibitions
Frost Building 1st Floor Lobby
A cryptid is an animal whose existence or continued existence is disputed or unsubstantiated. This small exhibit introduces eight interestin... more
 
Sounds of Song and Dance: Recent Music Accessions
Exhibitions
LJAC Gallery Stephenson Hall 1st Floor
Highlights recent additions to the Appalachian Studies Artifacts Collection that relate to dance, music, and sound. Included are record al... more
 
REMINDER: Flu Vaccination 11/17/15
Health and Wellness
Free Flu Vaccination 11/17/15 from 2:00 to 6:30 p.m.- Alumni Building (outside Baird Lounge).
 
Food for Fines
Community Service
Hutching Library: Circulation Desk
Hutchins Library November 06- December 18th Pay off your library fines and help your community Each donated item = $1.00 in fines Do... more
 12:00pm
1 hour
Mindfulness Monday
Health and Wellness
Counseling Services
Mindfulness Mondays Noon - 1pm Counseling Services/ Fairchild 100 Greeting to all students, Faculty & staff, It is with great excit... more
 12:30pm
2 hours
Writing Workshop with Poet Ellen Hagen
Educational Opportunity
Draper 106
Affrilachian poet Ellen Hagen will teach a writing workshop in Draper 106. Free and all are welcome. Ellen Hagan is a writer, performer, ... more
 6:00pm
4 hours
Chill & Chat with Student Chaplains
Student Events
Fireside Room, Draper Bldg.
Need a break from the Residence Hall? Need a minute to think & breathe? Join us!
 7:00pm
1 hour
Reading by Affrilachian Poet Ellen Hagen
Performing Arts
LJAC Gallery Stephenson Hall 1st Floor
Affrilachian poet Ellen Hagen will teach a writing workshop in Draper 106. Free and all are welcome. Ellen Hagan is a writer, performer, ... more
 7:00pm
Mens Basketball vs. Crown College
Athletics
Seabury Arena
Come out and support the men's basketball team as they take on Crown College!
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