Ever want to go to a St. Louis Blues Hockey Game? Well, you’re in luck! The Student Involvement Center is selling tickets to this Tuesday’s game (4/23) against the Avalanche for $15 and the price includes a t-shirt! The game starts at 7pm at the Scottrade Center.
Pick them up in the Student Involvement Center today – first come, first serve!
4/23 Blues Game Tickets
$15 in Student Involvement Center
It’s every Cards fan favorite time of the year – baseball season!!
The Student Involvement Center is sponsoring SLU Student Night at the Cardinals game against the Reds on April 29th (starts at 7:15pm) and selling tickets for only $10 in their suite in BSC 319! There are a limited amount of tickets available, so go pick yours up before they’re out!
SLU Student Night at the Cards Game
Mon., April 29th at 7:15pm
$10 – tix available in BSC 319
The SLU community is invited to nominate outstanding student leaders, faculty, staff and student organizations for the 22nd annual Leadership and Service Awards
, sponsored by the Student Involvement Center. The award will recognize individuals and groups for their contributions to Saint Louis University and the surrounding community. The award’s ceremony will occur on Thursday, April 18th at 6:30 pm in the Wool Ballrooms.
Nominations can be made online through SLU Groups
and must be submitted by 5 p.m. Friday, March 8.
Contact Natalie Stone at email@example.com with questions.
Leadership and Service Awards
Nominations due March 8th at 5pm through SLU Groups
Do you remember your first days on campus as a SLU student? You were probably excited, nervous, overwhelmed, confused, eager…
As an upper class student who has survived your first semester, year, or years at SLU, YOU can make a difference for incoming students. The First-Year Experience leaders hold elite positions that help students through their college transition by serving as resources and role models.
Whether you’re interested in serving as a SLU 101 Leader, Oriflamme Leader, U101 Peer Instructor, Commuter Assistant, Transfer Mentor, or Learning Community Mentor – all provide the opportunity to make a positive impact for incoming students. In addition to serving incoming students and their families, these positions are a great leadership development opportunity for you, and are, of course, fun!
The Student Involvement Center and Student Success Center are now accepting applications for the above positions.
There are several upcoming information series about the First-Year Experience Leadership positions. If you’re interested, check one out! Applications for students studying abroad in the Spring 2013 semester are due November 20th, 2012. All other students should follow the January 18th, 2013 deadline. Students can apply online at the Student Involvement Center’s SLUGroups page
Attend an information session or apply online at SLUGroups. All information sessions will be held in the Fall 2012 semester – dates include November 7th at 5:30pm in MDD 1016, November 15th, December 3rd and December 4th. Applications for students studying abroad in the Spring 2013 semester are due November 20th, 2012. All other students should follow the January 18th, 2013 deadline. Students can apply online at the Student Involvement Center’s SLUGroups page.
More information about the application process, information sessions, important dates, and job descriptions can be found at: http://slu.edu/first-year-experience/first-year-experience-leadership-positions.
First-Year Experience Leadership Positions Info Sessions
Nov. 7th – 5:30pm MDD 1016
Nov. 15th – 5pm Ritter 212
Dec. 3rd – 4pm BSC 172
Dec. 4th – 4:30pm Ritter 320
Tomorrow night at 7pm in the Wool Ballrooms, Sonia Nazario will be speaking. Sonia is the author of Enrique’s Journey, the first-year summer reading selection for the 2012-2013 academic year.
Sonia Nazario has spent 20 years reporting and writing about social issues, most recently as a projects reporter for the Los Angeles Times. Her stories have tackled some of this country’s most intractable problems: hunger, drug addiction, immigration.
She has won numerous national journalism and book awards. In 2003, her story of a Honduran boy’s struggle to find his mother in the S, entitled “Enrique’s Journey,” won more than a dozen awards, among them the Pulitzer Prize for feature writing, the George Polk Award for International Reporting, the Grand Prize of the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award, and the National Assn. of Hispanic Journalists Guillermo Martinez-Marquez Award for Overall Excellence.
Expanded into a book, Enrique’s Journey became a national bestseller and won two book awards. It is now required reading for incoming freshmen at dozens of colleges and high schools across the US.
The program will begin at 7pm and a book signing will follow at 8:15pm. Hope to see you then! Sponsored by the Student Involvement Center.
Sonia Nazario Speaking Engagement
Tues, Nov. 6th at 7pm in the Wool Ballrooms