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Monday, October 21, 2013 | Autumn Quarter, Week 4
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Hallowscream 4: The Mortician

Friday, October 25

9 p.m. - midnight, The SUB

HALLOWSCREAM has returned! STUB's fourth annual haunted house experience is stretching its cold, lifeless fingers back into your life. This year, Hallowscream follows the inexplicable ongoings following the events of a deranged mortician. Tickets are $1 and available at the STUB office or at the event. More details.

Activities

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Monday

Commuter Study Night

6-8 p.m., Collegium

Meet other commuters in the Collegium every Monday evening. Open to all commuters, including those who are not Collegium members. Contact the Collegium Coordinator for more information.

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7-9 p.m., The Room at First Free Methodist Church

Join Relinquish prayer ministry for an evening of worship and intercessory prayer.

Faculty Brass Concert

7:30-9 p.m., First Free Methodist Church

Give your ears some excitement with a concert featuring Brian Chin, David Krosschell, Roger Burnett, Danny Helseth, and Ryan Schultz.

Tuesday

gather

11:10 a.m.-12 p.m., First Free Methodist Church

This service provides a weekly space for all members of the SPU community (students, faculty, and staff) to worship and learn the Christian story together. This week's speaker is Sara Koenig, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies. More information.

In-Context

3-4:20 p.m., Cremona 201

In-Context is a safe place where students, faculty and staff meet together once a week to talk about issues of race in America, Diversity and Reconciliation. If you want to learn more, get involved, get to know more people from an array of backgrounds and their stories, as well as share yours, come and join us this quarter. You can sign up here.

Wednesday

group

8:30 p.m. in Upper Gwinn

Songs during times of well-being (Psalms 131, 133)

Thursday

Description: Submit ArtSo You Want to Go to Grad School…

11 a.m. - noon, Cremona 201

This workshop is for you! Topics include types of graduate programs, basics of the application, preparing for the GRE, obtaining recommendations, writing personal statements, and financial considerations. Presented by Dr. Margaret Diddams and the Center for Scholarship & Faculty Development in partnership with the Center for Career and Calling.


Men's Soccer vs. University of Mary

4:30-6:30 p.m., Interbay Stadium

Women's Soccer vs. Saint Martin's University

7-9 p.m., Interbay Stadium

Friday

Global Chef - An International Lunch Experience

11 a.m. -2 p.m., Gwinn Commons

SPU's Dining Services is bringing Chef Andreas Walter to Gwinn this week, preparing authentic German menu items. Meet Chef Walter during lunch on Friday!

grace

12:30-1 p.m., Demaray Chapel at First Free Methodist Church

This week: Jason Groenink, M.Div., Free Methodist Pastor. Sponsored by University Ministries. More information.

Intercultural Retreat

Tickets are available for $15 at UNICOM for this exciting retreat, taking place on Friday and Saturday at Camp Casey. Contact the ASSP-VPIA for more information.

Hallowscream 4: The Mortician

9 p.m.-midnight, The SUB

Saturday

Men's soccer vs. South Dakota School of Mines

7-9 p.m., Interbay Stadium

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SPUD Shots

Dress up in fun outfits, grab your roommate or a friend, and show up with your best smile for SPUD Shots in your dorm's lobby from 8-10 p.m. on the dates below!
Ashton:
Mon., Oct. 28th, & Tues., Oct. 29th
Emerson:
Mon., Nov. 4th, & Tues., Nov. 5th
Hill:
Wed., Nov. 6th, & Thurs., Nov. 7th
Moyer:
Tues., Nov. 12th, & Wed., Nov. 13th
CHA Residents & Commuters: Stay tuned! Dates and location will be announced soon!

 

Christmas Break Service Trip to Camden, New Jersey

Applications are now available for a Christmas Break volunteer team to serve alongside Urban Promise (www.urbanpromiseusa.org) in Camden, New Jersey. The primary work of the trip involves helping in K-12 classrooms in the CamdenForward school. Weekly team meetings begin Monday, October 28. Applications are due Friday, October 25. Estimated cost of the trip is $1000.

 

SPU Intramural Tournaments

This fall the Intramural Program is hosting 3 separate tournaments. Participation is free. Get more information here.

5v5 Men's and Women's Outdoor Soccer
November 2nd and 3rd (Saturday and Sunday)
Registration ends Oct. 31st

Co-ed Ultimate Frisbee
November 15th - 17th (Friday - Sunday)
Registration ends Nov. 13th

 

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ZipcarU

Zipcar now has a partnership with SPU's Office of Safety and Security, enabling you to join Zipcar if you are 18 years or older. Visit zipcar.com/spu to learn more and to sign up. You can get $15 of driving credit with the code SEASPUSTUDENT15. Questions? Contact Garrett McGuire Tabb.

Scholarships

For scholarship information, visit the Student Financial Services website.

 

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