This week seems to be very eventful on our lovely campus.
On Tuesday, November 27, 2012 there will be a FREE open workshop on Test Taking skills! Finals are right around the corner and they can be very stressful. Find out useful tips and strategies to maximize your study and test taking abilities! The workshop will be from 12:30PM-1:30PM in SSW 1661 Student Life & Leadership. Make sure to be there!
We have three events on Wednesday, November 28, 2012:
- We have the Education Abroad General Information Session going on from 12-1PM at the International Student Center 55th and Aztec Circle Drive. Information will be SDSU’s education abroad opportunities. For more information, feel free to contact the International Student Center: 619-594-2475 or you can visit http://www.sdsu.edu/educationabroad
- The Office of Intercultural Relations/Cross Cultural Center will be hosting a Native American program from 4-6PM at Scripps Cottageto educate the community about the Native American heritage in honor of Native American heritage month. For further questions you can contact the office of Intercultural Relations.
- The least event for the day will be a Lance Olsen Reading happening from 7-8PM at the Love Library, room LL 430.
On Thursday, November 29, 2012 there will be:
- A film screening of Mali or Ghana at the Lipinsky Conference Room in SSW, from 12-1:30PM hosted by The Women’s Resource Center and The Student African/African American Sisterhood (SAAS) in order to promote the health and wellness of the campus community.
- There will also be a second chance for you to come in and learn valuable study and test taking skills at Student Life & Leadership! Another Test Taking workshop will be held from 3:00PM-4:00PM in SSW 1661. This workshop is FREE and open to everyone!
Friday, November 30, 2012 will have a number of events as well:
- The first event is the Contemporary Perspectives on American Indians and Law happening being held at Scripps Cottage from 10AM-2PM.it is another event that is being held in order to further honor Native American Heritage Month. Key-note speakers Dr. Matthew L.M. Fletcher and Dr. Wenona Singel of MichiganStateUniversity will address the complicated way that federal, state and tribal law interact and inter-relate. For further information you can contact the Department of American Indian Studies 619-594-6991
- The second event is the International Coffee Hour – Colombia hosted by students from Colombia. International and domestic students share their culture with the SDSU community. It will be held at the InternationalStudentCenter 55th and Aztec Circle Drive from 12-1PM.
- The last event of the night is Women’s basketball vs. USC that tips off at 7PM. Come out and show some support, as well as you Aztec pride and watch the lady Aztecs lead us to victory.
So now you know fellow Aztecs, we have an eventful week so come out, and get involved!
Blog written by Sergio Camacho, Student Life & Leadership – Student Contributor