Bod Talk October 28

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Tip of the week: FRIDAY is the last day to donate to Can Emporia. Consider donating in a bin labeled Bods Feeding Bods, located at Mabee Library and outside the Corner Store, and help two causes at once. Bods Feeding Bods will be an on-campus food pantry, with distribution based on family size. It will open Nov. 17. Learn more online.

SPECIAL EVENT Tuesday, Oct. 28, 6:30 p.m. – Gates open for Game 6 of the World Series on the video board at Yager Stadium. Cheer on the Royals with your friends!

Wednesday, Oct. 29

Learn more about the #BodsAtArrowhead football game on Nov. 15 and the social media contest going on now.

Learn over lunch with Dr. Farley. He’ll present this week’s *International Brown Bag. He’ll also be signing the “It’s On Us” Pledge in the Union at 1:30 p.m. Join in.

Health care student? Don’t miss the Health Care Career Fair!

Stay on campus tonight and take your pick! *Game 7 of the World Series will be played on the Yager Stadium video board. (Gates open at 6:30 p.m., bring a donation for Can Emporia) *Debate Watch at Mabee Library (Free Pizza!); Trick or Treat off the Streets and *Jeff Corwin from Animal Planet are all happening tonight!

Thursday, Oct. 30

Enjoy the art of *Vivian Mosier, check out *Cabinet of Curiosities at Mulvane and make your own art for the Washburn 150 Facebook Photography contest.

Join the School of Business for the *Economics & Free Enterprise Breakfast.

Stay on campus tonight Christian Challenge or Ichtus, both meeting tonight.

Friday, Oct. 31

Have you helped Washburn Can Emporia? Today is the final day of collection.

Deadline alert: Today is the last day to withdraw or change grade status. Both are handled through MyWashburn.

The *Hall-WU-een costume contest.

The Mulvane Museum’s new exhibit, *Hermosos Huesos (Beautiful Bones) opens tonight with a reception.

Stay on campus tonight to support your *soccer team.

Saturday, Nov. 1

Get your tailgate on with the Alumni Association and others at the second to last home game of the season.

*Mulvane Art Museum and ArtLab are open from 1-4 p.m. today.

*Ichabod football hosts Emporia State University at 1 p.m. Find out who will win Can Emporia bragging rights and which university’s student body president will get a pie in the face. This is the final home athletic event before the Ichabod Blitz #BodsAtArrowhead contest, which ends at midnight Nov. 3.

No events are scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 2, but don’t forget to fall back and adjust your clock.

Monday, Nov. 3 – Advance registration begins for spring 2015

Faculty Senate meets today, as does the Non-Traditional Student Association.

Ichabods Men’s Basketball plays an exhibition game vs. University of Kansas at Allen Field House.

Tuesday, Nov. 4 – Election Day. Your vote counts.

The weather is changing, the days are going to start getting shorter, and the holidays will be here before you know it. Have you been struggling with feeling overwhelmed? Sad? Can’t seem to get motivated? You might be struggling with depression.  At the Washburn Psychological Services Clinic, we understand. Let us help you start living the life you deserve TODAY by calling 785.670.1750.

Young Americans for Liberty and Washburn Embraces Recovery meet today.

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