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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
( February 5, 1999)
SDSM& T CAMPUS EVENTS FOR WEEK OF FEBRUARY 8- 14, 1999:
Activities scheduled at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology during the week of February 8 - 14, 1999 include the following events:
Tuesday, Feb. 9: United Campus Ministry Forum: “ Can Morality Be Maintained Without Religion?”
Speaker: Dr. Henry Bradshaw, retired UCC minister 12: 00 noon, Surbeck Student Center Bump Lounge ( lunch available at 11: 30 am)
Wednesday, Feb. 10: Darton Geological Society Meeting: “ Under the Volcano: Daily Life on the Western Highlands of Guatemala”
Speaker: Dr. Roger Dendinger, SDSM& T Assistant Professor of Social Science
7: 00 pm, The Journey Museum
Thursday, Feb. 11: “ Matters of the Heart: A Health & Wellness Expo”
11: 00 am - 2: 00 pm, Surbeck Ballroom
Over 40 community and campus organizations will participate in providing health screenings and wellness information for faculty, students, staff and the public.
Grubby’s Student Valentine's Day Party
1: 00 – 4: 00 pm, Grubby’s Gameroom, ( free bowling and refreshments for SDSM& T students)
March of Dimes Babies and You Seminar: “ Preparing for Pregnancy”
Speaker: Carol Christianson, MS
7: 00 – 8: 00 pm, Didier Education Center ( CB 204W)
This is the first of a 13- week series of free seminars. No advance registration required.
SDSM& T Night at Rapid City Thrillers
7: 05 pm, Rapid City Civic Center ( SDSM& T’s Master Chorale will perform the National Anthem and the ROTC unit will provide the Color Guard.)
Friday, Feb. 12: Geology & Geological Engineering Friday Seminar Series: " Mining in Third World Speaker: John Hayes ( MinE ’ 80)
4: 00 pm, Mineral Industries Building Room 222
Saturday, Feb. 13: Sweetheart Pool Tournament for SDSM& T Students
9: 30 am, Grubby's Gameroom, Surbeck Student Center
Sunday, Feb. 14: Devereaux Library Nostalgia Night Film Series: “ My Favorite Wife”
6: 00 pm, Elks Theatre. Admission by ticket booklets or individual tickets ($ 4.50) sold at the door the evening of performance on a space available basis.
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