Division of Student Affairs
Student Affairs Features of the Week
WSA International Dinner
Tickets are still available for the annual International Dinner, hosted by the BGSU World Student Association (WSA) in the Lenhart Grand Ballroom on Sunday, March 28 from 6-9pm. This annual event offers the opportunity to enjoy international cuisine, entertainment, examples of authentic attire and to interact with international students. Live entertainment includes musical performances, traditional dances from several different countries, and a fashion show with international students modeling traditional clothing. International students will dress in costumes of their native land. Business attire is appropriate for those planning to attend the dinner.
Tickets are available at the Bowen-Thompson Student Union Information Center. BGSU students with a valid BGSU student ID may purchase a ticket for $10. A $2 student discount is available. Contact WSA Graduate Assistant, Yuchun Zhou at email@example.com for details. Non-student tickets are $18. Students, staff, faculty and friends are urged to take advantage of this unique opportunity to enjoy international cuisine and culture.
BGSU Give-A-Pint Blood Drive
It’s that time of year for the annual Give-A-Pint -- Get-A-Pint Blood Drive on the BGSU Campus. As always when you donate you will receive a pint of the wonderful Toft’s Ice-Cream. There are a few new things for this year that we are sure you will be excited about such as a free Chipotle Burrito and an early sign up drawing.
When you register to schedule an appointment, or respond to a registration e-mail before March 30, your name will go into a drawing to win a $100 Gift Card from Wal-Ma rt . We look forward to making this the best April blood drive BGSU has undertaken. Thank you in advance for your commitment to donate blood.
African Dinner Celebration: Listen to Africa
The African Dinner is the African People's Association's (APA) hallmark event and realization of the organization's goal to promote a truer image of the continent of Africa. Experiencing an African dinner promotes awareness among those unfamiliar with the land and its people. This year, the celebration continues with professional African catering, the African drum and dance group Bi-Okoto, exciting student performances, and a fashion show. Make plans to attend on Saturday, April 3 from 6-9pm in 101 Olscamp Hall. Reserve your seat now for just $10 (in advance) at the Bowen-Thompson Student Union Information Center for all BGSU-affiliated students, faculty, and staff. Please download the APA’s Annual Dinner flyer Listen To Africa: The Sound Of … for more information. Additional information regarding the purchase of tables and sponsorship is available by contacting Emeka Anyanwu at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 12th Annual Sibs-N-Kids weekend is scheduled for April 9-11, 2010. It promises to be a fun-filled friend and family oriented weekend. Download the Sibs-N-Kids Information Flyer for details and to register your sib or kid. The information flyer includes a tentative list of events and a liability form that requires the signature of a parent or guardian. For those interested in attending, we are asking that registration and liability forms be turned in to the Office of Campus Activities (OCA) by April 5. You can mail the forms back to the address listed in the registration packet or fax it to the Office of Campus Activities at 419-372-0455. If you have any questions about Sibs-N-Kids weekend, please feel free to give us a call at 419.372.2343. We look forward to spending the weekend of April 9-11 with you!