Monday, October 22nd, 2012
GLSW Event: Laker Breakfast
8:00 AM until 10:00 AM
Description: Free donuts for all LSSU students for early morning classes. We will be in the lobbies of the Arts Center, Norris, Crawford, Shouldice Library, and CAS. Stop by and get a donut.
Location: Lobbies of Acadermic Buildings
Contact: Katti Messerschmidt firstname.lastname@example.org
Cappuccino Corner Special of the Day
11:00 AM until 1:00 PM
Organization: Food Services
Description: Today's special is beefy mac and cheese with a breadstick.
Location: Cappuccino Corner, Shouldice Library
Contact: Daniel email@example.com
Spaghetti Dinner for United Way with Laker Hockey
4:00 PM until 7:00 PM
Description: Join the Laker hockey team for a spaghetti dinner to benefit the United Way of the Eastern U.P. We'll be featuring Ang-Gio's spaghetti! Tickets are $7 in advance and $8 at the door.
Location: Elks Lodge 552, Sault, Mich.
Contact: United Way of the EUP firstname.lastname@example.org
The Laker Hockey Show
6:00 PM until 7:00 PM
Description: Live on Mondays from Antlers Restaurant, listen on ESPN Radio AM 1400 when Bill Crawford discusses the week of Laker Hockey with Coach Jim Roque, players and special guests.
Location: Antlers Restaurant
Contact: Linda Bouvet email@example.com
Detroit Lions Prime Time Football Specials
7:00 PM until 10:00 PM
Organization: Food Service
Description: Come down to the Galley and Peacock Cove to watch the Detroit Lions in prime time and enjoy some great food specials, too! Chicken wings or nachos for $2.99, large soft pretzels or large fountain soda for $1. Specials will begin at 7 p.m. and end at the start of the third quarter.
Location: Walker Cisler Center Galley
Contact: Scott A. Korb firstname.lastname@example.org
Ballot Proposals Forum at LSSU
7:00 PM until 10:00 PM
Description: On November 6, Michigan citizens will vote on six state-wide ballot proposalsmore proposals than in any election in the last thirty years. Five of these proposals would amend the Michigan constitution. The other (Proposal 1) is a referendum on a state law. A forum to provide factual, unbiased, nonpartisan information on the ballot proposals will be held on Monday, Oct. 22, 7 p.m., in Room 203 of the Kenneth J. Shouldice Library at Lake Superior State University (Room 203 is just outside the entrance to the library itself). The forum is being hosted by the Michigan State University Extension, in partnership with the Lake Superior State University Political Science Club. At the outset of the forum, participants will receive a fact sheet regarding all six proposals. Videos featuring MSU policy experts will also be shown regarding Proposals 1, 2, 3, and 5. Based on their interests, forum participants will then break into groups, each of which will focus on one of the six ballot proposals. With help from a facilitator, these groups will develop questions about the group's specific proposal. The same process will be occurring at three other locations around the state. Group questions will be transmitted to a moderator for the state, who will in turn ask questions of the MSU policy experts. The experts will then answer the questions through an on-line audio connection. The forum is free, but registration is required at http://www.events.anr.msu.edu. Those who are unable to attend the forum on-site at LSSU may participate on-line by logging onto https://connect.msu.edu/ballotforums. There will be some on-line dead time between 7:00 and 7:20, before the videos begin, and again when the groups are meeting. However, those logged on will be able to watch the videos, ask on-line questions, and hear the answers of the policy experts. Nonpartisan analyses of the ballot proposals are also available from the Citizen's Research Council of Michigan. The CRC has a 100-word summary of each of the proposals at its web site: http://www.crcmich.org/election/index.html. For more information about the ballot proposal forum, or for assistance in registering, contact Brad Neumann, MSU Extension, at 906-475-5731, email@example.com, or Dr. Gary Johnson, LSSU Political Science Department, at 906-635-2763, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Location: Room 203 of the Kenneth J. Shouldice Library
Contact: Gary Johnson email@example.com
LSSU Kuk Sool Won Martial Art Club
7:30 PM until 8:30 PM
Organization: Club Sports
Description: The LSSU Kuk Sool Won martial art club meets each Monday and Wednesday. Try a free class and see if you will enjoy training with us.
Location: Norris Center Student Activity Center
Contact: Karl Stolt firstname.lastname@example.org