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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
( October 16, 1997)
MEDIA TIP SHEET: SDSM& T EVENTS FOR WEEK OF OCT. 19- 25, 1997
Following is a summary of activities taking place at South Dakota Tech during the week of
October 19- 25, 1997:
Monday, October 20: Red Ribbon Week “ Wrecked Car Display”
Classroom Building ( displayed throughout Red Ribbon Week)
Red Ribbon Week Presentation: Steve Vaughn, DUI Class Instructor
7: 00 p. m., March- Dake Hall
Tuesday, October 21: Red Ribbon Distribution
Afternoon, Campus Parking Lots
United Campus Ministry Forum: “ Real Men Use Crayons”
Speaker: Chuck Vail
12: 00 noon - 1: 00 p. m., Surbeck Bump Lounge ( Lunch available 11: 30)
For additional information, contact Donna Hughes- Hargraves, 394- 2811
Wednesday, October 22: Red Ribbon Week Non- Alcoholic Mocktail Happy Hour
4: 00 p. m. - 6: 00 p. m., Grubby’s Game Room, Surbeck Center
Thursday, October 23: Red Ribbon Presentation: States Attorney’s Office on DUI Prosecutions
4: 00 - 5: 00 p. m. March- Dake Lobby
Friday, October 24: Bush Foundation Seminar: “ North Carolina State's IMPEC ( Integrated Math, Physics, Engineering, and Chemistry) Program”
Speaker: Dr. Robert Beichner
2: 00 p. m. - 5: 00 p. m.
Fri.- Sat., Oct. 24- 25: Tech Volleyball “ Hardrocker Challenge” Invitational Tournament
For more information, contact Tom Rudebusch, 394- 2601.
Saturday, October 25: 2nd Annual Resident Assistant Drive- In Workshop
Theme is “ plethoRA— an abundance of opportunities in the RA position”
Keynote speaker: Dr. Dean Bryson “ Student to Student Customer Service”
For more information, contact Ruth Stoddard, Residence Life, 394- 2349
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