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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
( March 8, 1999)
SDSM& T CAMPUS EVENTS FOR WEEK OF MARCH 8- 15, 1999
South Dakota School of Mines & Technology ( SDSM& T) events occurring during the week of March 8- 15, 1999, include the following activities:
Mon.- Fri., March 8- 12: Spring Break – No classes
United Campus Ministry Students and Master Chorale Touring Israel
A group of United Campus Ministry students and community members, along with the SDSM& T Master Chorale, is spending spring break doing service work and touring religious and cultural sites in Israel. The group will be working at a YMCA or Hope School in Bethlehem or Nazareth. SDSM& T’s Master Chorale also is performing concerts in Israel.
Thurs., March 11: March of Dimes Babies & You: “ Exercise during Pregnancy”
Speaker: Marni Krebsbach, RD
7: 00 ��� 8: 00 pm, Didier Education Center ( CB 204W)
Fri.- Sun, March 12- 14: Human- Powered Vehicle ( HPV) Team at Rushmore Mall
4: 00- 9: 00 pm ( Friday); 10: 00 am– 7: 00 pm ( Saturday); 11: 00 am– 6: 00 pm ( Sunday)
SDSM& T student team members will display their HPV at the Rushmore Mall and will be selling raffle tickets to raise funds to compete in the national HPV contest.
Contact: Angie Swendsen, 348- 6887, or Jeff Schroetlin, 388- 9439
Sat., March 13: Odyssey of the Mind Regional Competition
9: 00 a. m. - 4: 00 p. m., Surbeck Center and other buildings around campus
Students from west river area schools are scheduled to compete in the OM contest categories.
Contact: Margie Rosario, 394- 2412.
Sunday, March 15: Devereaux Library Film Series: “ How the West Was Won”
6: 00 pm, Elks Theatre
Individual tickets ($ 4.50) sold at the door on space available basis.
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