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S.A.S. to host “I Love Me/Self Appreciation Week”

Sisters Assisting Sisters (S.A.S.) will host a weeklong event titled “I Love Me/Self-Appreciation Week” from Monday, Nov. 18, through Friday, Nov. 22.

The five days will offer info on subjects including bullying, health and wellness, self-appreciation, safety, inspirations and aspirations.

Throughout the week, the club will be taking and accepting images of people doing things they like or pictures representing self-love.

The group is also planning on making “I Love Me” t-shirts in the University Grill or in student housing the on Thursday, Nov. 21. Everyone is invited to bring a shirt and decorate their shirt with provided supplies.

After the photo submissions, the group will post the images on Facebook and later, turn it into a collage. For more information and updates on the week’s events, visit http://www.facebook.com/swansofsas.

Now casting for radio performance of  “As You Like It”

Casting is underway for the radio performance of last spring’s “Bard Madness” winner, “As You Like It.” Interested in taking part? E-mail jmfelli@iusb.edu for more information. The performance will be Wednesday, Feb. 12 (with a few rehearsals beforehand).

Learn more about this and additional upcoming campus theme events at www.facebook.com/onesonnetonecampus

Indiana University GLBTAA launches nation’s first GLBT scholarship campaign

The IU Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Alumni Association (GLBTAA) recently launched the nation’s first-ever scholarship campaign devoted to assisting GLBT students. Supported by an anonymous $500,000 challenge gift, the campaign kicked off with more than $200,000 in cash and pledges.

Full- or part-time students enrolled at any IU campus, including IU South Bend, may apply for the scholarships which are awarded based on academics, career goals, financial need, leadership and community service. Additional consideration is given for involvement in activities promoting diversity or raising awareness of GLBT and related issues.

Emergency scholarships are available for undergraduate students who have lost the financial support of their families after disclosing their sexual orientation or gender identity.
For more information about the scholarship campaign visit www.alumni.indiana.edu/affiliates/glbt.

Career Services offers resume assistance

Bring your résumé for review by the Career Services Office staff at their Rolling Résumés table near the Northside Café on Thursday, Nov. 14, between noon and 2 p.m. The service is free for all IUSB students. For more information visit www.iusb.edu/career-services/events.

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