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Thurs., Aug. 30

 

FEATURE EVENT

CULTURE @LOYOLA

 8 PM • CENTENNIAL FORUM STUDENT UNION, MULLADY THEATRE

As a community that values and appreciates the cultural differences on campus, the first annual Culture Night is a showcase of the various culturally-based student organization on campus. Come learn more about our cultural/ethnic, gender/sexuality, and faith/spiritual groups on campus as they highlight their annual events, traditions, and performances.

 

Advising Walk-in Hours with First and Second Year Advising
9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Sullivan Center for Student Services, Suite 260

If you have questions or concerns about your Fall 2012 schedule, stop in to see an academic advisor! We can assist you with scheduling, swapping classes, and registration questions this week. 

UPASS Distribution
10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Centennial Forum Student Union Lobby (Lake Shore Campus)
Terry Student Center 3rd Floor (Water Tower Campus)

If you haven’t picked up your UPASS yet CTA officials will be on campus during the listed times. 

WTC Fall 2012 Block Party
11 a. m. – 2 p.m.   
Water Tower Campus

Do you love free food, fun, prizes and learining about Loyola University Chicago? Then the Block Party is for you!  Discover all that LUC’s Water Tower Campus has to offer while sampling local dining options. Check out our Facebook or Twitter page (Water Tower Campus Events) for more information.

Getting a JOB at LUC
1 p. m. – 2 p.m.   
Simpson MPR

Join us for an interactive information session all about employment at Loyola.  Learn about the ins and outs of Federal Work Study both on and off campus, the best way to find volunteer and service learning opportunities, how to search for jobs on Ramblerlink, and tips for your resume and how to make a good impression at the Job, Internship and Service Fair on Sept. 5

Rambler Rally
5 p.m.   
Norville Center North Entrance

Come to Norville to meet Athletics staff, athletes, LU Wolf, and join us for the Rambler Rally. Coach will be serving food and the first 500 students will receive a free t-shirt. 

Student-Neighbor Community Meet & Greet
6:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.
St. Ignatius Church, 6559 N. Glenwood Ave (corner of Loyola Ave. & Glenwood)

Do you know your neighbors in Rogers Park? If you live off campus you should attend this event.  You will have the opportunity to meet with students and non-students who live in the community, sample food from local restaurants, listen to music, watch live performances and much more... In the event of rain this event will be cancelled. Co-Sponsors: Off-Campus Student Life & Community Relations. 

Culture @Loyola
8 p.m.    
Centennial Forum Student Union, Mullady Theatre

As a community that values and appreciates the cultural differences on campus, the first annual Culture Night is a showcase of the various culturally-based student organization on campus. Come learn more about our cultural/ethnic, gender/sexuality, and faith/spiritual groups on campus as they highlight their annual events, traditions, and performances.

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