The National Society of Minorities in
Hospitality will be holding their general meeting on Tuesday, October 6
at 6:00 p.m. in Ackerman Hall 110A.
Interested in joining NSMH?
Our vision is to be nationally recognized as the premier professional
organization for developing exceptional minority student talent and
leadership. Our mission is to educate in order to aid in the
recruitment, retention, support, and advancement of minority students in
the hospitality industry. Build and maintain relationships between
hospitality professionals and minority students in ways that encourage.
We will be holding our General Meeting Tuesday, October 6 and will hold
weekly meetings every Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. in Ackerman Hall Room 110A.
Come join Wallwork's Global Cafe committee and
The Office of International Education for our second session of Global
Cafe on Tuesday, October 6 in 103 Wallwork at 7:00 p.m.!
month we will be talking about Fall Activities and where you can find
them in our area, academic resources you can find on campus and
discussing Halloween! Light refreshments will be provided! Hope to see
HUB Monongahela Room
Secular Student Alliance is an organization where students can come together to discuss various topics involving religion and religious affiliations from a Secular point of view. SSA welcomes a whole range of opinions and believes in the equal treatment of all people whether they are believers in a religion or not. Our first meeting will be Tuesday September 1st from 7:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. in the Monongahela room in the HUB building, and we will be holding meetings on Tuesdays at that time each week. We enjoy new people and are welcoming of people from all backgrounds, you are not required by any means to be nonreligious in order to attend our meetings or participate in our group. Everybody is welcomed.
Come join us for a public relations "Problem and Solution Game Night" with a twist of charades in Stabley 101 on Tuesday, October 6 at 8:00 p.m.! It will be a great way to expand your knowledge of PR and to show off your acting skills.
The brothers of Sigma Pi will be hosting Pie a Sigma Pi on Wednesday, October 7 from 9:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m. in the Oak Grove.
money raised go to the Amazing Day Foundation that helps spread suicide
awareness on college campuses. Pie a Sigma Pi is our annual even that
we hold every fall and spring. Pay $1 and you get to pie one of the
brothers in the face. Also there will be information about suicide on
college campuses if you want to learn more.
HUB Delaware Room
Come to the HUB Delaware Room every Wednesday for free Ascension Meditation and Yoga at 5:00 p.m.
Please join us in helping you improve your physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual well-being through a unique combination of yogic exercises covering our four body systems.
HUB Conemaugh Room
Wanna catch some bass after class? If so, then
the IUP Fishing Club is right for you! We have meetings the fist
Wednesday of every month in the HUB! Stop by and meet fellow classmates
who also love to fish! Our meetings occur the first Wednesday of every
month in the HUB Conemaugh Room at 7:00 p.m.
We travel to local
lakes and streams during the school week and once or twice a month we
plan on holding a day long trip! We are also planning on having
multiple competitions within the club to see who the master anglers are!
If you like to volunteer, we also have many volunteering opportunities
to clean up local lakes and communities! If you are interested in
joining the club, or just want to come to a meeting and see what its
like, feel free to join us and share some of them action packed fishing
Any questions about the club or meeting locations, feel free to contact Josh McCoy, VP of Fishing Club, at VMWS@iup.edu or e-mail IUPFISHINGCLUB@gmail.com.
Hope to see you at our next meeting on October 7 in the HUB Conemaugh Room starting at 7:00 p.m.!
Did you know, worldwide, French is still often considered to be the most practical language? Come learn with us, Wednesday nights from 7:00–8:00 p.m. in Wallwork G-49! French club is welcome to students of all majors and levels of proficiency.
Join us every Wednesday night in Davis Hall, B-23, to play today's top games and to meet with other gamers.
FCA is a community of IUP students who come
together based on Christian beliefs and athletic interests. Meetings are
Thursday nights at 8:00 p.m. in Pierce Hall!
You do not have to
be on an IUP varsity sports team to join our group, but we do suggest
you have common interests in sports. We enjoy supporting the athletic
teams, ROTC, and organizing fun, active events for Friday evenings. We
also organize mission trips to the Dominican Republic. Come out and see
if FCA is a good fit for you!
Memorial Field House Auxiliary Gym
Do you hoop? Are you interesting in hooping? Do you do other flow artistry than just hooping? Come join us Tuesdays & Thursdays at 5 in the Field House Auxiliary Gym to hoop, dance, and flow with a group of amazing people!
Stapleton Library - 1st Floor
This and every Thursday from 5-7 PM , the Mu Kappa chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. will be having weekly study tables. Come bring your homework and study with us on the first floor of the library. See you there!
The Latino Student Organization will hold a meeting in Keith 134 on Thursday, October 8 from 6:00–7:00 p.m.
organization wants to promote diversity and unity on campus while
learning about Latino culture! You do not have to be Latino to come to
our meetings, we welcome all walks of life! With the diverse members of
this organization, we look to bring Latino culture to IUP's campus and
allow people with many backgrounds to showcase their heritage.
The College Democrats meeting every Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in Keith 164. All are invited to come!
The Pulse is organizing a Mock Tail event for the Lively Arts production of Dracula. This is a great way to get exposure for your organization as well as meet others while having a fun time. If interested, please email Jada Brentley at firstname.lastname@example.org by September 25th to secure your spot. Spots are limited, so the first 5 organizations will be given priority. A mock tail is a nonalcoholic drink consisting of a mixture of juices and soft drinks. Your organization will create a mock tail recipe that will be judged on by a panel. A table and 200 6oz. cups will be provided for you. We encourage you to decorate your table and come up with creative ideas for your drink! Below is additional information pertaining to the event:When: Thursday, October 8th 2015*Set up will begin at 6:15 pm, with sampling from 6:45pm-7:45pmLocation: Grand Lobby, IUP Performing Arts CenterTheme: Toasting the Living DeadJudging: Participant will be judged on their product based on the theme in a few categories*Details on the prizes and categories will be determined
NAEYC will be meeting this Thursday at 7:15 p.m. in Ruddock 304! The first 15 minutes will be informational and then at 7:30 we will be starting the documentary, Bully!
Who is Jesus?, What is eternal life?, is God really good?With CRUExplore more about Jesus.Grow in your Faith.and connect with other students.Cru meets on Thursday nightsat 8pmin the HUB Delaware Room
FCA is a group of students, athletes, ROTC members, and non-athletes who come together for weekly meetings to learn and grow in their Christian faith. We also have bible studies and Friday night fun events that students are welcome to join in on as well! You do not have to play a varsity sport to be welcomed into our organization, but we do suggest you have a similar interest in sports.
HUB Ohio Room
Hey Bingo lovers, Bingo will kick off on Friday, September 4 at 10:00 p.m. in the HUB Ohio Room. Free food and great prizes. Watch the BEAK for upcoming dates or visit IUPATOD on Facebook.
If you're a sociology major or minor, then the Sociology Club is the place to be! We will be holding meetings every other Monday at 3:30 p.m. in 101 McElhaney. Our first meeting will be Monday the 14. Hope to see you there!
Join the Latino Student Organization and the Hispanic Heritage Council on October 12th at 5:30 pm in the Monongahela Room, Ohio Room to watch the movie Full of Grace and participate in the discussion panel after the movie. The movie is about a 17-year-old who left her home country, Colombia, with pouches of drugs inside of her system not knowing she was pregnant. This drama depicts the story of many people who are blinded into "new opportunities" that will change their lives forever.
Open Mic Mondays @ 8:00pm in HUB Delaware Room
G-60 Suites on Maple East
Starting February 12, join BACCHUS at the Maple Coffee House every Thursday night at 9:00pm for Trivia Night plus free Popcorn, coffee, and prize
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