COMEDIAN: Join us after the hockey game tonight (Friday, November 4) at 10:00 pm in MUB Ballroom for comedian Josh Gondelman! Josh charms audiences with his good-natured storytelling and cracks them up with his sharp, pointy wit. Sponsored by the Student Activities Late Night Programming Committee and paid for by the Student Activities Fee. No admission fee.
FUDDY MEERS: The Tech Theatre Company presents a twisting, turning, hilarious mystery chock full of colorful characters! “Fuddy Meers ” by American playwright David Lindsay-Abaire, runs November 3-5 & 10-12, 7:30 pm in the McArdle Theater in the Walker Center, adjacent to the Rozsa Center. Join Claire, a victim of psychogenic amnesia, as she puts together the pieces of the mind-boggling puzzle in which she awakens each morning with no memory of the past. One morning Claire is abducted by a limping, lisping man who claims that her husband wants to kill her. The audience views the ensuing mayhem through the kaleidoscope of Claire’s world. The play culminates in a cacophony of revelations, proving that everything is not what it appears to be. The play’s title “Fuddy Meers” is one character’s attempt to pronounce the phrase “funny mirrors.” Please note, the play contains adult content. General Admission $10, Michigan Tech Students Free .
LEARN ABOUT ISLAM: Learn the Basics of Islam presented by The Muslim Students Association on Thursday, November 10 at 6:00 pm in Fisher 125. All are welcome. For questions, contact Marwa at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This week Film Board is showing Harry Potter 7: Parts 1 & 2 in Fisher 135.
Part 1 OR Part 2 $3.00
BOTH Parts $ 5.00
Concessions range from 25 to 75 cents.
Show & Intermission Times:
Friday (4th) 5:30 & 10:30
Saturday (5th) 12:30, 5:30, 10:30
Sunday (6th) 12:30 & 5:30
12:30 pm: First Half
2:50 pm: Intermission
3:00 pm: Second Half
5:30 pm: First Half
7:50 pm: Intermission
8:00 pm: Second Half
10:30 pm: First Half
12:50 am: Intermission
1:00 am: Second Half
If you have any questions, please contact Film Board’s Publicity Chair, Carissa Lindeman at email@example.com.
MESSAGE FROM LES COOK: On Thursday November 10, 2011, Michigan Tech will conduct an emergency response drill at the Student Development Complex. This drill is designed to help the University and emergency response agencies from the local community refine our skills and ensure we have procedures in place for responding to complex disasters. One key component of this exercise is identifying and treating critically injured victims. Michigan Tech will collaborate with local ambulance services and hospitals to triage patients and ensure they receive timely, effective emergent care. For this component to work, we need 100+ student volunteers from approximately 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm to serve as victims for the mock incident. I know all of you are very busy but we would appreciate any help you or your organization can provide during this exercise. The regular class schedule will be in effect during the exercise and unfortunately class release time is not available. If you can participate or have organization members who are available to help please ask them to contact Rachel Wussow (firstname.lastname@example.org) to volunteer. If you are only available for a portion of the afternoon, please contact Rachel and let her know exactly what time you are available. Thank you in advance for your support and participating in this training activity. With appreciation, Les.
HUSKYLEAD: Learn how to better utilize your student organization advisors at the next HuskyLEAD session to be held on Tuesday, November 8 at 6:00 pm in the MUB Ballroom. You will learn what your advisors’ role is and what they can and cannot do for your organization. If you have any questions about HuskyLEAD, please contact Beth Lunde, Assistant Vice President for Student Life, at email@example.com. HuskyLEAD is free and open to all Michigan Tech students. Registered student organization leaders are especially encouraged to attend.
BOOK AND BAKE SALE: Come support the Phi Sigma Biology Honor Society by swinging by their book/bake sale on Wednesday, November 9 in the MUB Commons. The sale will be held from 10:30 am to 3:00 pm and buyers can choose from a wide variety of yummy baked goods as wells as used textbooks and other literature. Hope to see you there! Contact Sam Kerlin at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
INTERNATIONAL BAZAAR: The International Club kicks off International Education Week with the 2nd Annual International Bazaar on Saturday, November 12 from 1:00 to 5:00 pm in the MUB Commons. The International Bazaar is a cultural gathering set up to give the local community a chance to experience the multiculturalism of the Keweenaw in a relaxed setting. Browse through the variety of exotic trinkets and pastries provided by local students and businesses to find the perfect gifts for your loved ones before the holiday rush. You are invited to sell items representing your culture such as crafts, clothes, posters, and music CDs. Contact Allison Gleiss at email@example.com if you have questions or if you’re interested in participating. This is a great fundraising opportunity for you or your organization. Mark your calendar if you want to shop for international goods locally!
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS GRADUATING IN DECEMBER 2011: The Michigan Tech Student Foundation (MTSF) invites you to make your upcoming commencement day even more special by participating in the Class Tribute Program. It’s an opportunity for you to recognize someone special to you in the printed commencement program. Just go to http://www.mtu.edu/campaign/giving/ways-of-giving/programs/class-tributes/ for program and participation details. The deadline for tributes is Monday, November 14, 2011. For questions, contact Paula Nutini at 487-3609 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
HAPPY FEET: Next Friday, November 11 and Saturday, November 12, the Rozsa Center will host a living legend, Savion Glover, the man behind the dancing feet of “Happy Feet,” Tony-award winning for his work with Spike Lee on “Bring in ‘Da Noise, Bring in ‘Da Funk,” referred to by Gregory Hines, himself a tap dance legend, as “the best tap dancer to have ever lived!” While tap dance may not be something Houghton audiences have followed lately, this is an unbelievably rare opportunity for all of us to see the absolute Best of the Best to have ever practiced the art form of tap!
To purchase tickets, call 487-2073, go online at tickets.mtu.edu, or visit Ticketing Operations at the SDC.
ICE LEADERSHIP SOCIETY: Come join the ICE (Innovate, Create, Engage) Leadership Society’s membership meeting this Thursday, November 10 for some challenging and fun activities while learning the ins and outs of developing your leadership skills. This new student organization meets in EERC 214 at 7:00 pm every other Thursday and would love to see you there. Contact email@example.com with any questions or check us out on Facebook.
DONATIONS AND VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Copper Country Habitat for Humanity ReStore is looking for donations and volunteers. Volunteering is an opportunity for Student and Greek Organizations to fill in community service hours and is a great resume builder. The ReStore accepts appliances, furniture, tools, and other household goods for donations. Visit their website at http://www.coppercountryh4h.org/Restore.htm. They are open Tuesday through Saturday from 9:30 am – 5:00 pm. Please contact Tristram Hokenson at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.