The Behavioral Sciences Society is having its next meeting on September 16! All majors are invited to hear James Henson from the counseling center speak about relaxation techniques and Mindfulness. We will meet in room 100 of the BSB at 9 PM. See you there!
ChapFit appointments are still available for this week!! For more information about the program or to sign up with a wellness coach, call or stop by the Rec Center! (806) 720-7860
Be happy, be healthy!!
Come watch Frozen this Friday September 19th at 9pm! And enjoy some free Bahama Buck's!
Sunday Night At President Perrin's is this Sunday, September 21st! If you like free food and fellowship this is for you! Come and enjoy calzones,dessert and hear Dr. Andy Laughlin and his father, Donnie Laughlin! Please sign up in the Student Affairs office or email Alex Linscomb at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On October 9th, the Health Fair will be taking place in the Rec Center from 11:30-4:00. Come grab your FREE goodie bag and enjoy learning from health care providers in Lubbock. If you visit at least 8 booths that day, you can be entered to win some awesome door prizes! Be there!
The LCU Volleyball team defeated OPSU and Newman University last week which makes the Lady Chaps 5-0 for the season. Thank you for the great crowd and plan to be at our next home game Friday October 3rd!!
The Minority Students Association (MSA) will be having our first meeting this Wednesday, September 17,at 5:30, and everyone is invited. The meeting is scheduled to take place in the CDC room 105, and yes, there will undoubtedly be free pizza. We hope to see you there! If you have any questions, feel free to contact Markese Bohanon at email@example.com.
There will be a Voter Registration drive starting tomorrow in the SUB 10-12:30! Come and Register to vote!
Still looking for a job? We need workers to help monitor distance foreign language classes. You will get paid to sit in on a class! Contact Dr. Doyle firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Position starts immediately.
The University Writing Center, located on the first floor of the library, opens this week for the Fall 2014 semester. Student and faculty consultants are ready to work with you on any phase of your writing projects: from brainstorming to outlining to drafting to using and citing sources. Come join us--good writing is powerful.
Wanted: Control room engineer, technical assistance, and research for weekly faculty Chap Radio talk program.
Must be available Tuesdays 8:30 a.m - 10:00 a.m. and time on Fridays, other hours as agreed upon.
Knowledge of producing and running radio program or willing and eager to learn. Please contact Dr. Brown at 806-239-2638, call or text, or email@example.com.