Our next official meeting will be this coming Monday night at 8:00 PM, Holden hall room
#4. We’re going to try something a little different this week, so I hope everyone can make it. We are asking if at all possible that you arrive a couple minutes early so that we can start the meeting on time this week. Of course if you can’t be there on time you are still welcome to get there when you can, we just need to get the meeting underway on time this week.
First meeting of the 2012 Fall school season is Monday, September 10th in Holden Hall Room 005 starting at 8pm.
Also most of the
action is occuring at our Facebook group, see you there.
Hope everyone had a great start
to their semester!
**We have weekly meetings Monday night at 8 pm in Holden Hall room 4.***
You can find us on Facebook by searching for Secular Student Society at Texas Tech.
Come for a special meeting this Monday 10/03:
We will be hosting Andreas Schneider, an Associate Professor in the Sociology department for a lecture entitled “Runner’s High and Religion”. It is sure to be a great meeting!
*** For new or inquiring members***:
Feel free to come by during our meetings, and friend us on Facebook!
Summer Break/School is on. There aren’t any meetings however we do hang out periodically. See our facebook page for updates or feel free to befriend an officer on facebook
to keep up with Summer activities as they usually aren’t scheduled until a few days before each event.
us this Monday for an evening lecture and discussion by Dr. Stephanie Shine, Instructor of Human Development and Family Studies.
We shall gather at Fuzzy’s Taco Shop tomorrow (Friday) night as usual. If you haven’t made it yet, it’s a great place to hang out with your fellow heathens, enjoy a cold beverage and solve the mysteries of the human experience…although I suspect this week will include bickering over health care while denouncing partisan politics. I hope to see everyone there-7:30ish at 2012 Broadway.
The Secular Student Society would like to welcome everyone to an evening lecture and discussion
From Atheism to Atheism — With a Detour
Francesca di Poppa
Assistant Professor of Philosophy
Holden Hall Room 4
Here is the Flyer
Don’t forget we’re having
our usual Monday meeting at 8pm in Holden Hall Room 4!
Ray Comfort wants to treat you to a free meal at Red Lobster. How nice, right? He may have ulterior motives and may put you on a mailing list for Livingwaters but I always love reading the Christian propaganda that I come across. And as for the ulterior motives, who cares really? That’s my take and it doesn’t represent the organization. But I just wanted to let everyone know!
This week we thought we would repeat something that went over pretty well last semester and have a “suggestion meeting”. Do you have a secular book or author you would like recommend to everyone else? A website or blog that you think the rest of us should check out? That’s the idea for the suggestion meeting. Holden Hall #4 ,8:00 PM. I hope to see everyone there!