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Welcome Back to Campus!

Check out these links and learn about some of the great things happening around campus:

First Friday in the Hartman Union Building (HUB)

Winter Carnival


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Juried Student Exhibition

March 13–April 7

  • Karl Drerup Art Gallery
  • Reception March 13, 4–6 p.m.

Students from all levels of achievement will share their work, providing a glimpse of the process of transformation PSU students experience as they mature as artists. Professional jurors judge the student submissions, which include works in a variety of media such as painting, drawing, photography, ceramics, and sculpture.


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Freezin’ for a Reason

We are so excited for Winter Carnival 2012 “Freezin’ for a Reason” and look forward to your involvement. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email: James Dube at jcdube2@plymouth.edu or Amylee Keith at alkeith@plymouth.edu

Packets in PDF form

This packet includes a week-long calendar of our events as well as brief descriptions of participatory activities and events throughout the week. At the end of the packet you will find a breakdown of our points system, as well as a registration sheet for you to fill out and turn into the Student Activities Office.

Events returning are the Student Smack Down, Bingo and the Food Drive.

We devised a new recording and update system of who has how many points and who is in what place. This will always be on display in the PACE office. You will notice the same participation points as well as bonus points listed throughout the packet as there were during Homecoming.

REMEMBER the earlier you turn it in your registration sheet, the more points you get! Also, the more your group participates in the registration and the more events your group attends the more points you earn. We are working with positive reinforcement!!

Events are open to all students who wish to participate, opposed to just student organizations. So for example if a few friends from the Student Apts. or the 7th floor of Grafton wanted to form a group and name themselves they can participate as well! Groups which have been “unrecognized” or not sanctioned by the school may not participate. PACE will have the final say on whether groups may participate or not.


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Lunchtime Language Circles

Due to the success of the Winterim Language Circles, they are continuing into the spring semester.  Each is from 12:45-1:30 in the HUB Student Senate Room — bring your lunch!

Tuesday, Feb 7:  SPANISH

Thursday, Feb 9: ARABIC

Tuesday, Feb 14: CHINESE

Thursday, Feb 16: KOREAN

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7:00 pm

A reception and book signing follows the poetry reading. Advance tickets are recommended to ensure admission.

Simon Armitage was born in and lives in West Yorkshire, England. His twelve previous titles include Killing Time, Selected Poems, The Universal Home Doctor, Tyrannosaurus Rex Versus the Corduroy Kid, and his acclaimed translation of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. In 1993, he was named the London Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year. He works as a freelance writer, broadcaster, and playwright; has taught at the University of Iowa Writers’ Workshop; is professor of poetry at the University of Sheffield; and plays in a rock band. Poetry Review called Armitage “the front man of his generation … the most imaginative and prolific poet now writing.”

Smith Recital Hall

Free

Eagle Pond Authors' Series


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7:00 pm

“Daisy Bates: First Lady of Little Rock”

Thursday, February 16, Boyd Hall 001

Her roles as a newspaper publisher and then president of the Arkansas NAACP would have been enough to make history. But in 1957, Daisy Bates brought the struggle for desegregation to the steps of Little Rock’s Central High School. As nine African-American students attempted to enroll in the school, the story of Daisy Bates encompasses multiple issues of racism and feminism.

A discussion of the film follows led by Assistant Professor of Childhood Education Mary Earick and Assistant Professor of English Education Megan Birch.

View a clip of the documentary here: Daisy Bates: First Lady of Little Rock – ITVS

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