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BW BoBcat Weekly ylkeeW tacBoB friday aug Volume IV, Issue 1 20 Silver Wings: TOMORROW’S LEADERS TODAY! Wednesday, September 1, 2010 | 5:30pm | LBJ Student Center Food Court Silver Wings is a unique professional, military affiliated, civic service organization here at Texas August 20 State University. We work closely with Air Force Detachment 840 at Texas State, doing service “The Food Dude, Kevin Roberts” projects, professional development, and social events. Membership in Silver Wings also means LBJ Student Center Ballroom | 7pm a membership in the Air Force Association. Silver Wings is student run with chances for travel, networking, and advancement at the chapter, regional, and national levels. The Col. Daryl W. August 21 Hausmann Chapter at Texas State just took over Region IX Headquarters, and we are looking for motivated individuals to help us make our region the best. The time commitment required Texas State Showdown: is limited, but the potential for growth and fun is limitless. The Big, Bad Breakfast Bash For more information please visit www.silver-wings.org or our YouTube channel at http://www. LBJ Student Center Mall | 7pm youtube.com/user/ArnoldAirSilverWings. If you are interested please contact Kelly Barrett at firstname.lastname@example.org. August 22 Come see what Silver Wings is all about on Wednesday, September 1, 2010 at 5:30pm in the Exclusive Target After Hours Event LBJ Student Center food court. LBJ Student Center | 9:30pm - 11:30pm August 23 Take Back The Tap New Student Convocation September 15th | 10:00 a.m. | Quad Strahan Coliseum | 3:30pm Screening of Tapped: Wednesday | 7:30 p.m. | LBJ Student Center Teaching Theater _____________________________ Did you know that 40% of bottled water is just filtered tap water and that 2.4 million tons of Cats Cool Down plastic ends up in landfills each year from the U.S. consumption of bottled water alone? There Sewell Park | 5pm are many problems associated with our consumption of bottled water, including negative health impacts, local issues, environmental impacts, and cost. To become better informed of these problems, and to be part of the solution, students at Texas State have gathered together to host a “Take Back the Tap” day on campus. The events will feature distribution of 1,000 reusable water bottles in the Quad and a screening the film Tapped in the evening. For more information visit the event’s Facebook group or email questions and sign up to volunteer at tbtt.txstate@gmail. com. Sponsored by Texas State’s Environmental Service Committee, Food and Water Watch, and Supporting Women In Geography (SWIG). Panhellenic and Recruitment Events: August August 1-26th at midnight : Sorority Recruitment registration for the Fall S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 August 24th at 12PM(noon): Meet & Greek with IFC in Sewell Park August 25th-26th (9:30-3:30): Quad Days for PR (NPC will be in the quad handing out goodies) 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 August 26th 7 PM: Sorority Recruitment Orientation August 28th-31st: Formal Recruitment for Sororities 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 September 1st: Bid Day Cancer Advocacy Movement for College Outreach: 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 First meeting: 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 Wednesday, September 8th | 5pm - 6pm | LBJ Room 3-14.1 We have many great events coming up this year! Quick Tip: Turn Off Call Waiting! Fashion Forward August 27th | 3pm | 820 Sturgeon - San Marcos, TX Call waiting, convenient though it may be at times, is yet another way technology breaks our train of thought and creates an interruption that Kappa Delta Chi Sorority, Inc. will be hosting “Fashion Forward” derails our concentration. It’s also rude to the person on the other end of Clothes and School Supplies Drive on August 27th beginning the line. Turn off your call waiting and see what happens. You may find at 3:00P.M. for KAD (Kids Against Drugs) We will be accepting that you can give your full attention to the person you’re speaking with. If clothes for children of all ages especially children between the someone calls, they’ll go to voicemail, and you’ll be able to follow up as ages of 4th-12th grade. We will also be accepting school supplies. soon as you’re done with your current call. Donations can be dropped off at KAD (820 Sturgeon- San Mar- cos, TX) after 3P.M. on Friday Aug. 27th. Rush 2010 - Mu Epsilon Theta - Catholic Service Sorority Want to rush a christian sorority? Informational Meetings: Come check out Sigma Phi Lambda, Sisters for the Lord! September 1, 2010 @7 p.m. & September 2, 2010 @ 6:30 p.m. Rush Info. Meetings: These meetings will take place at the Catholic Student Center located Aug. 31st, Sept. 2nd, Sept. 8th, Sept. 9th Meetings start at 7pm at LBJ at 100 Concho Street in San Marcos. on the 3rd floor! Please attend an informational meeting to find out more about Mu Epsilon Theta and the Rush process. Diamond Sweethearts Rush Week will occur Monday, September 6 thru Saturday September Diamond Sweethearts is a special interest organization filled with 11 2010. diverse and dedicated individuals who assist the Texas State Baseball program. Our priorities are to develop more dedication to the base- For more information please contact: Kellina Soriano (210) 254-8897 ball program through merchandise sales, promotions, and greater or email at email@example.com exposure for the team. The Diamond Sweethearts were established in 2001 and have since shown tremendous popularity among the Texas State AdClub students; each year there is a large increase of new members. We Every Wednesday | 7pm | Old Main room 320 hope to keep up this reputation and have an even bigger and better year in 20010-2011 school year. Girls who show spirit, individuality, Texas State AdClub prides itself as being one of the best and most and commitment are carefully chosen to represent our organization rewarding student organizations on campus. AdClub is a professional as D-Sweets. student-run organization designed to help members network and gain There will be two different interest meetings that you will be required contacts in the advertising industry. We offer students of all majors the to attend one of. The interest meetings will tell you more about Dia- opportunity to experience the industry through various guest speakers, mond Sweethearts and answer any questions you may have. Please activities, agency tours, trips, conferences and competition. We also do bring a picture of yourself with your name on the back(the picture community service projects and have social events for our members. will not be returned) and $20 for the application fee. At the interest Ad Club offers a lot to anyone who wants to get ahead in the advertising meeting you will sign up for an interview time. Interviews will be industry. announced at a later date. Join us every other Wednesday at 7pm in Old Main room 320. Want more information? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or check our Interest Meetings officers page to get in touch with an officer directly. Sept. 8th 6:30pm LBJ 3-14.1 Sept 9th 7:30pm LBJ 3-14.1 American Red Cross Club The American Red Cross Club at Texas State is looking for new members to join for the upcoming year. If you want to get involved on and off campus this is the perfect way! The American Red Cross Club at Texas State works with the American Red Cross of Central Texas to coordinate events on the Texas State campus and San Marcos community. The goal of this organization is to meet new people to build career skills and get practical experience to put on their resumes, and feel more connected to the community and university. The American Red Cross Club at Texas State is a smaller organization, unlike many of the organizations on campus, which gives members a sense of belonging. We feel strongly that all of our members should get to know each other on more of a personal level to make being a member a rewarding experience, so we hold socials throughout the year so this can happen. A few of the events that are planned for the upcoming semester are blood drives, care packages for the troops, disaster classes, fire safety and prevention presentations, food drives, Measles initiative, Veteran’s Day celebration and many more. If you are interested in joining or want more information on the American Red Cross Club at Texas State send us an e-mail at ARCCatTxState@ hotmail.com or join us on Facebook at American Red Cross Club of Texas State. Also, feel free to just come to our meetings which will be held bi-weekly starting Tuesday, September 14 in LBJ 4-1.6 at 5:00pm. PAWS Preview Needs You! We are gearing up to welcome a record size class of incoming Freshman for the class of 2014 during our PAWS Preview program August 20-22, 2010. Each of the sessions of PAWS preview has been consolidated to one day. Students will be moving throughout the campus on their assigned day from 8:30 am - 6:00 pm We will have a water table station in the Alkek breezeway each day, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. Volunteers can sign up at http://www.pawspreview.txstate.edu/volunteer-form.html for a 2 hour shift on any or all of the three days. Students appreciate the attention and concern of the faculty and staff in helping them through a very busy and hot day. I hope you can join us for a little bit of sharing good ole Texas State hospitality. If you need additional information please contact Lanita Legan, LH23@txstate.edu, at 512-245-8295. Association for Childhood Education October International (ACEI) October 13: Third ACEI Meeting-Teresa Zapp October 19: Bowling Social (w/ KDPi) What is ACEI? Association for Childhood Education October 24: Buddy Walk- Down Syndrome Association of Central Texas International, ACEI, is a group of future educators looking to get October 27: Fourth ACEI Meeting- Tammy Rainey professional development experience before we enter the work- October 28: DeZavala Elementary School Fall Festival force. November ACEI’s Mission: To promote and support in the global November 10: Fifth ACEI Meeting- Charles Pascoe/Officer Elections community the optimal education and development of children, November 13: Creative Drama Workshop from birth through early adolescence, and to influence the pro- November 16: Bowling Social (w/ KDPi) fessional growth of educators and the efforts of others who are December committed to the needs of children in a changing society. December 1: ACEI Meeting- Experiences of Student Teaching from Stu- dents/ Celebration Why should you join ACEI? • opportunities to hear from experts in the field and get How to Become a Member: advice on everything from applying for jobs to setting up your • Join us at our September meeting classroom • Dates will be posted on the ACEI Bulletin Board on the 2nd Floor of • Community Involvement in San Marcos and surrounding the Education Building and/or on our Facebook areas • Creative Drama Workshop When you Become a Member, you get: • Local/International Conferences • Reduced prices at Leadership Conferences • Build Relationships with peers/future educators • A subscription to six issues of Childhood Education • Make a difference in the lives of children • A subscription to Emerging Educator electronic newsletter and ACEI E-news Meeting Dates/ Community Service Projects: • State chapter membership • Twenty percent off more than 100 educational books. September • Leadership opportunities through ACEI committees September 1&2: Organization Fair (Time: 10am – 2pm; Loca- tion: Ballroom) Contact Us September 2: ACEI Interest Meeting (Time: 5-5:30pm; Loca- Find us on Facebook: Search for: ACEI @ Texas State tion: Einstein’s) Email: email@example.com for more information September 9: C&I Meeting/Ice Cream Social (Time: 6:00pm; Contact the President (Tracy Sonnen): firstname.lastname@example.org Location: Education Blg) September 15: First ACEI Meeting-Joe Frost September 18: Kids Day Event (Time: 12-4pm; Location: Sewell Park) September 29: Second ACEI Meeting- Carol Anderson Nu Coupons iPhone App Texas State’s Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) has just launched Nu Coupons, a free iPhone/iPod Touch application that connects students and staff with local San Marcos businesses. Nu Coupons is an innovative e-coupon application that allows you to have instant access to tons of coupons, news, and sales at your finger tips! You can even get updates on special group rates and flash sales on your favorite places around town. You can get the application FREE in the Apple App Store. To learn more visit: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/nucoupons/id378743857?mt=8 Loved Young Life in high school? Campus Activities & Student Organizations Looking for a place to strengthen your relationship with God or learn more about what you believe and how to share it with others? We have the place for you! Make friends, join a small group and maybe even become a LBJ Student Center 4-11.1 Young Life leader! 512.245.3219 | fax 512.245.8245 Come to our 1st College Life on Sunday, Sept. 19th at 8:00 pm in LBJ room 331! email@example.com You can also find out more about us and upcoming events on our Facebook group: Young Life College @ Texas State - Class of 2014. Michelle M. Lopez Associate Director For questions: LBJ Student Center Ryan Hammett - firstname.lastname@example.org - 979-676-1952 email@example.com Julie Hammett - firstname.lastname@example.org - 940-867-9154 GRA Greg D. Foster (NTSO) g email@example.com Orchesis Dance Company Orchesis Dance Company is a modern-based group of talented Brenda J. Rodriguez dancers who share the love of performing. Those who seek Assistant Director an outlet for their creativity and want to further their skills as LBJ Student Center a dancer will find that Orchesis is just the place to do so. Not firstname.lastname@example.org only does Orchesis provide a home for dancers, it is also a great GRA place to meet friends that share the same interests. Throughout Jade Martinez (Student Orgs) the year the company has two annual spring performances, email@example.com Dancers In Flight and Sideshow. Dancers In Flight is the main performance that Orchesis hosts and it features mostly the choreography of the Orchesis officers and the dance professors. Sideshow is an eclectic presentation Kelly Stone of student and local choreography and features works of many Orchesis members and local choreographers. In Coordinator the off-season, the organization brings in guest artists to teach master classes, which range from musical theatre, Volunteer Services ballet, hip-hop, flamenco, yoga, African drum classes, and much more! Orchesis Dance Company also takes part firstname.lastname@example.org in the continuing growth of Texas State University and the San Marcos community. Volunteering, donating, and sponsoring scholarships are among the company’s activities. If you are interested in auditioning for Orchesis GRA Jill Summar (Cat Camp) Dance Company, please attend our informational meeting on September 9th at 6:00pm in Jowers B178. This email@example.com meeting will provide all the information you need in order to audition. Auditions will be held September 16th at 5:30pm in the same location as the informational meeting. GRA Tiffany Rangal (Bobcat Build) Questions about Orchesis can be sent to the Artistic Director, Brittany Lopez, at orchesisdancecompany@ firstname.lastname@example.org yahoo.com. Utility Kiosk Heads to LBJ Student Center Pete Isaac Coordinator Greek Life Texas State University students will have an alternative to waiting in line at City utility offices to pay their water email@example.com and electric bills with the installation of a new kiosk at the LBJ Student Center. GRA The kiosk will allow students to access their accounts on campus, pay their bills with credit or debit cards and Eileen Suarez (MGC) give them access during Student Center hours. firstname.lastname@example.org The kiosk has an easy-to-use touch screen, access to information in English and Spanish, and will issue a printed receipt. The kiosk—now on display at City Hall—will be installed in early September. Peter Pereira “The kiosk will offer great convenience to university students and enable the City to improve customer service,” Coordinator said Ernest Cavazos, Utility Billing Manager. Campus Activities email@example.com Customers may also set up other convenient ways to pay their City utility bills. Customers may pay utility bills online at www.sanmarcostx.gov 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week. They may also set up automatic payments from GRA their bank or credit union so that they never have to worry about being late in paying their bills. Shanna Brown (SACA) firstname.lastname@example.org For more information about utility billing, contact the City of San Marcos Utility Billing Office at 512.393.8383, visit the offices at the Electric Utility, 1040 Highway 123 or the Municipal Building, 630 E. Hopkins, or email email@example.com. In order to promote your student organization’s information, all materials must be received by 12:00 p.m. on the Wednesday before Friday’s publication. To submit your organization’s information and photos; e-mail CASO at: firstname.lastname@example.org (Subject: Bobcat Weekly). A member of The Texas State University System Please limit all written information to a maximum of 75 words and one photo.
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