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( November 25, 1998)
SDSM& T ACTIVITIES FOR WEEK OF NOVEMBER 30 – DECEMBER 6
SDSM& T activities for the week of November 30 - December 6, 1998, include the following:
Tues., Dec. 1: United Campus Ministries Forum: “ Women and Mysticism in the Medieval Christian Church”
Speaker: Rev. Cynthia Ruud, Knollwood Heights and Rapid Valley UMC
12: 00 noon - 1: 30 pm, Surbeck Center Bump Lounge ( Lunch available at 11: 30 am)
Contact: Rev. Donna Hughes- Hargraves, 394- 2811
Abbey Someone ( formerly Room 11) Concert
7: 00 - 9: 00 pm, Coffee Mine, Surbeck Student Center
This musical performance is sponsored by TONITE, SDSM& T’s student programming board.
Contact: Nate Kleinschmit, TONITE president, 394- 2652
Wed., Dec. 2: Parade of Trees Open House
1: 00- 4: 00 pm, Surbeck Student Center Ballroom
Contact: Bonnie Cecil, 394- 2379
Hardrocker Basketball Games vs. Dickinson State
Women’s Game: 5: 30pm, Goodell Gym
Men’s Game: 7: 30 pm, Goodell Gym
Contact: Tom Rudebusch, Sports Information Director, 394- 2601
Bungee Egg Drop by Freshmen Engineering Teams
Halftime, Men’s Basketball Game vs. Dickinson State, Goodell Gym
Nine freshmen engineering teams will compete to see whose design project will allow them to drop an egg 20 feet and come as close to the floor as possible without touching the floor. The student teams have incorporated three dimensional graphics, computer programming and spreadsheet modeling as part of their overall design.
Sun., Dec. 6: Ave Maria : SDSM& T Concert Choir & Master Chorale Christmas Concert
7: 00 pm, Christ Church Episcopal, Lead
Contact: Dr. Susan Reid, Assistant Professor of Music, 394- 6702
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