Things Going on this Week
CAMP Bison - Campus Live
Saturday, March 7 from 9:30pm - 1:00am
MU Great Plains Ballroom
Missing Summer Bonfires? Come camp out with RHA and USGBC at Camp Bison. We will have food, zumba, live skits and lots of fun!
Sponsored by RHA and USGBC
Community Engagement Forum - How Do Women View Success?
Tuesday, March 3rd from 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Prairie Room, Upper Level of the NDSU Memorial Union
In recognition of NDSU Women’s week 2015, this Community Engagement Forum will provide an opportunity for participants to discuss what success looks like from a variety of perspectives. The discussion will be hosted by a panel including:
• Margie Bailly, retired Executive Director of the Fargo Theatre, devoted community booster, and supporter of all things related to downtown revitalization.
• Dr. Elizabeth Skoy, Assistant Professor of Practice at NDSU whose areas of expertise include immunization administration and medication therapy management.
• Macy Royston, NDSU Doctor of Pharmacy candidate and 2014 Panhellenic President.
Sponsored by the Memorial Union
February 12 – March 26, Memorial Union Gallery
Now on view in the Memorial Union Gallery, this group exhibition features work by seven local artists exploring the label “Trophy Wife” and its varied interpretation. A reception featuring artist talks, refreshments, and a participatory game of “Pin the Attribute on the Trophy Wife” is scheduled for Tuesday, March 24, from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. More info here.
Live @ Lunch - Jillian Rae
Wednesday, March 4 from 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Memorial Union Lower Level
Jillian Rae has been a heavy hitter in the Minnesota music scene for years, playing with as many musicians as humanly possible. In the past, she had been known to lend her fiddle chops in the Duluth-based band Two Many Banjos, and also spent some time fronting the local pop country staple, The Killer Hayseeds. Currently, when she isn't performing with her own band, you can still catch her playing fiddle and singing with a number of bands around town: Corpse Reviver (Early American Folk, Bluegrass), Steve Kaul & The Brass Kings (Folk Revisionist), Brian Just Band ('60's California Pop), and The Blackberry Brandy Boys (Cosmic Country), and the Fiddle Heirs (four fiddles and a bass). Come join Jillian Rae on March 4th for Live @ Lunch!
Friday, March 6, 2015
MU Plains Room
9:30 p.m. - 1 a.m.
Get a head start on Spring Break by attending a Hawaiian Night! Free smoothies, a photo booth, food, and games.
An Afternoon in the Gallery
Tuesday, March 3, 2:00 – 3:30 p.m.
Swing by the Memorial Union Gallery this Tuesday for "An Afternoon in the Gallery," an NDSU Women's Week event. This afternoon program will include gallery talks by current exhibition artists and a presentation by Ann Braaten, Assistant Professor and Curator of the Emily Reynolds Historic Costume Collection. Join us for delicious refreshments, open discussion, and to view the exhibitions Trophy Wife and Sing Our Rivers Red.
Sing Our Rivers Red: Closing March 3
Exhibit open through March 3, Memorial Union Gallery
“Sing Our Rivers Red” seeks to raise awareness to the epidemic of murdered and missing Indigenous women across the US and Canada. The SORR exhibition features an installation displaying 1,181 earrings donated from all over North America and original artwork by Diné / Xicana artist Nanibah Chacon. Read more about the Sing Our Rivers Red exhibition here.
Call For Makers - MU Gallery Store
The Memorial Union Gallery Store is calling for handmade products by NDSU students, faculty, staff, and alumni. We would love to see what you create! Fill out a consignment application (found on the website linked below) and send pictures to email@example.com.
More info here
Movie of the Week - The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Pt. 1
Wednesday @ 7 p.m.
Friday @ 7 p.m. & 9:30 p.m.
Saturday @ 7 p.m. & 9:30 p.m.
Movie times are subject to change, check the events calendar for movie titles and times. All movies are shown in the Memorial Union Century Theater unless otherwise noted.
Rec & Outing Daily Specials
Mondays - Monday Night Bowling League
Tuesdays - Tuesday Night Billiards League
Wednesdays - Strike Out Hunger
Thursdays - Red Pin Bowling
Fridays - Bison Pride Fridays and MU Live, 9:30pm-1am
Saturday & Sunday - Weekend Madness
Help Support the the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities'
A Pepsi Recycling center that was recently installed in the Memorial Union.
To help PepsiCo reach its goal of increasing the U.S. beverage container recycling rate to 50 percent by 2018, PepsiCo created the Dream Machine recycling initiative. Dream Machines are interactive kiosks that provide students and college and university communities with an easy, convenient and rewarding way to make a difference by recycling their bottles and cans on the go. For every bottle or can students place in the Dream Machine, they receive reward points to redeem for prizes, including local entertainment, dining and more. It's a win-win for everyone.
When you recycle your bottles and cans with PepsiCo Recycling, we provide dedicated support to further the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities' mission to provide training in entrepreneurship and small business management to post-9/11 veterans with disabilities resulting from military service.
$2 Million - Pepsico is donating up to $2 Million to EBV with $1.5 million donate since 2010
4.1 Million - pounds of recycled bottles and cans have been collected via PepsiCo Recycling to support EBV.
*This may at times not be a completely comprehensive list of events. Check the University Calendar for more.