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.
Come join us this Monday for an evening lecture and discussion by Dr. Stephanie Shine, Instructor of Human Development and Family Studies.
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!
We’d all like to thank Andreas for coming to speak yesterday. He was awesome. For more info on Andreas visit his website @ courses.ttu.edu/aschneid/
I received a nice thank you email from Tyler Patton for allowing him and Drew Graham to come speak at our meeting. They were excited to get a lot of questions from our group about the SGA and what happening on campus. (Ben, I know you asked something about KTXT and Tyler thinks he can better answer your question now with the information in front of him).
If anyone has anymore questions for the two guys here are Tyler’s and Drew’s emails respectively, email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
This Monday, February 1st, we are hosting an evening lecture and discussion on “Sociology and Religion” presented by Linda Kaye Larrabee, Instructor of Sociology and Women’s Studies.
I hope that everyone can make it out to the meeting. Here are the details:
Monday, February 1st
8PM, Holden Hall Room 4
For those that couldn’t make it to the first meeting, we are reading a book a month, and to start, we’ve chosen The Missionary Position by Christopher Hitchens. Available at both B&N and Amazon. The book is a quick read, which gives you plenty time before our discussion towards the end of February (The 22nd to be exact).
Save the date: February 12th is the 201st birthday of Charles Darwin. We plan on having a table set up outside the SUB to enlighten people about Darwin and evolution. It’s going to be a lot of fun!
Also don’t forget, we’re meeting every week!
Oh, and from the office of the treasurer, we are running a special for our Spring membership drive where you can pay dues as well as get a t-shirt for $15. Of course you can purchase the shirt separately for $10, ideal for non-students who still wish to show their support and dues can be paid separately as well ($10). Officer elections will be held this semester, so dues not only support the organization but give you the power to shape its direction next semester.
It’s the first meeting of the new year, and we’re wanting to get everything rolling as early as possible. Yes, we did schedule the first meeting on MLK Jr. Day, but we were unaware that we wouldn’t be able to get into the building! So we had to move it! Check out the changes below. I hope that everyone can make the meeting next week as it will be the start of a great semester!
January 18th, 2010 @ 8pm
Holden Hall Room 4
– Meeting Moved –
January 25th, 2010 @ 8pm
Holden Hall Room 4
- I think we were going to wait until the meeting to tell everyone but I can’t wait. We are going to meet EVERY week. Hell yea! We did this for reasons that will be discussed at the meeting.
- I posted 200 flyers (or fliers) around campus Wednesday. See if you can spot one, take a picture by it, upload it to Facebook and show it off.
Great meeting tonight!
In honor of International Blasphemy Day, were going to be outside between the Student Union Building and the Library on Campus, selling cookies in exchange of one’s soul. All a passerby must do is sign a simple contract, stating we have ownership of their soul; they will then receive a cookie of their choice.
So, don’t forget to stop by to trade your soul for a cookie and bring your friends!