The Daily Blast
Tuesday - 3-24-2015
This communication is intended for the Woman’s Day College.
Today at Columbia College
Have you ever wondered how much a minor is worth? Stop by the Minor’s Information Table in the Dining Hall on March 24th and 25th from 12pm to 1:30pm to receive information about all of the minors that are offered at CC.
INSIDE THE CORNER OFFICE TONIGHT!
Don't forget that Inside the Corner Office is TONIGHT--March 24th from 5:30 to 7pm in Spears Concert Hall. Our guest this month is Heather Siegfried, alumna and regional recruiting director for City Year. All LA 201 students are required to attend.
STUDENT ACTIVITIES OPEN FORUM
OSA has a display in the Dining Hall this week to collect your ideas for 2015-2016 events. Please stop by and share your ideas. You can also use the link below to submit your ideas.
WALK A MILE IN HER SHOES
Join the Columbia College: P.L.A.C.E. Sets the Pace team as our very own P.L.A.C.E. Fellows set the pace for our walk along with CCAB, CCPD, and other campus partners on April 15. Sign up online at the link below.
MOVIE NIGHT: INTO THE WOODS
Into the Woods is out and you can watch it in Cottingham Theatre tonight at 7pm! You spoke, Student Activities listened! You want movies and events on weeknights too. Keep those suggestions coming.
INTERESTED IN WASHINGTON DC SEMESTER?
Do you see yourself living in a bustling city and working hard to make real change in the world? Students in ALL majors can apply to spend FALL 2015 in Washington DC. Questions? Email ecarlson or call 3311! See our FB page for more details!
LATE MARCH CAFÉ CONVERSATIONS
French students are invited to participate in another coffee-kissed conversational event. March 31, 2pm, SU Lounge. Hosted by French tutor Bonnie Willis.
MARCH MATH MADNESS
Stop by the Math Lab (BSC 126) to complete a scavenger hunt and learn how math improves March Madness Predictions. Enter to win a surcie.
X.J. HONEYCUTT AND THE PAULA SHIRLEY WOMEN’S STUDIES RESEARCH AWARDS DEADLINE
There is an extension for proposals for the X.J. Honeycutt + Paula Shirley awards. They will now be due on March 31st. For more information, please see Facebook page or contact Dr. Mann at email@example.com.
INFO SESSION ON WASHINGTON DC SEMESTER
Interested in applying for Washington DC semester and want to know more about the experience? Join Sashay, Brianna and others as they discuss their experiences and answer your questions! Thurs, Mar 26 at dinner & Fri, Mar 27 at lunch in the dining hall.
POETRY WORKSHOP WITH POET LAUREATE MARJORY WENTWORTH
S.C. Poet Laureate Marjory Wentworth will conduct a poetry workshop on Friday, March 27, 1-2 p.m. Lunch is provided. Registration is limited. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
US ARMY RESERVE INFORMATION SESSION
US Army Reserve Recruiter Staff Sergeant D’ontray Townsend will be here to answer your questions on Wednesday, March 25 at 3pm in C3PD. Sponsored by C3PD.
CHAT N CHEW WEDNESDAY, 3/25 12PM AT C3PD
Interested in pursuing a health or medical career? This monthly series will provide resources to aid you to career success. Please contact Justin Thompson email@example.com for more information. Sponsored by C3PD.
GRADUATION TICKETS AND REGALIA
Please note correction date for graduation tickets and regalia pick up begins Monday, April 27 NOT Monday, April 20. Any questions please call Student Affairs at 803.786.3720.
FREE WALMART TRIP
Do you need items from the store? There will be a FREE Walmart trip on Friday March 27th. The bus will leave at 2 pm in front of McNair Hall & return to campus by 4 pm. Sign up by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday March 26.
GEORGIA O'KEEFFE CENTENNIAL - OPPORTUNITY
DEADLINE EXTENDED: 15 remaining spots for "Women on Paper" Student Ambassador Program for the Georgia O'Keeffe Centennial. ALL MAJORS WELCOME. Deadline Apr 2. Applications are posted around campus. For more information:
PUT YOUR MONEY TO WORK!
In celebration of Women's History Month, the Diversity Committee and BEA/Enactus are offering a Financial Literacy workshop with Steven Hughs; March 26, 12:30pm in BLC 103. Learn essentials about credit cards, building credit and financial success.
COLLEGE CHAPEL THIS WEEK
Wednesday at 1pm - College Chapel - Dean Budden to speak on "Esther" in our Women of the Bible series. Heavenly Creations Gospel Choir will be singing. Hope to see you at 1pm.
EXPLORE COLUMBIA: CORNBREAD FESTIVAL
The annual Cornbread Festival is this Saturday, March 28. Sign up in OSA. Transportation provided; leaving at 1pm. Admission is FREE, but bring money for food and shopping. We will return by 5:00PM.
THE F-WORD: IS BEYONCE A FEMINIST?
Join us Wednesday March 25, McNair Classroom, 6:30 pm. In honor of Women's History Month, come discuss feminism, race & pop culture. Enjoy music, discussion and snacks. Sponsors-Office of Multicultural Affairs & CR/ Office of Residence Life & Housing.
NATIONAL ARTS ADVOCACY DAY!
It's National Arts Advocacy Day! Come by the CCNDEO table at lunch & dinner on March 23rd and 24th to fill out a letter to your legislator thanking them for or encouraging them to support the arts. Help keep the arts alive! Materials are provided.
RESIDENCY EXEMPTION FORMS DUE MAY 8TH
All students that will be considered as 1st or 2nd years next year need to complete an Exemption Request Form (available in the Res. Life office) prior to May 8th. Room and board will be added to all applicable accounts after this date.