Redefining the Classroom

Monday, November 26th, 2012

Native American Heritage Month Celebration

12:00 PM until 2:00 PM

Organization: Native American Center

Description: Edye Nichols is a Sault Tribe Elder who specializes in satin appliqué and ribbon work. She has been involved in making Native American regalia for more than 30 years. Her work can be seen at the Shouldice Library gallery this month. Join us at the Native American Center, where we'll be hosting a reception for Edye to welcome her to campus and show appreciation for her work and contributions to the community. Our main dish will be Indian tacos.

Location: Native American Center

Contact: Stephanie Sabatine, 635-6664

The Laker Hockey Show

5:00 PM until 6:00 PM

Organization: Athletics

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

Holiday Week: Snowman Making Contest

9:00 PM until 10:00 PM

Organization: SAILS

Description: If we have snow on the ground today, come to Brady Lawn and show off your snowman-building skills in the Holiday Week Snowman-Making Contest. It's free and everyone is welcome! A panel of SAILS judges will choose the best snowman at 9 p.m.

Location: Brady Lawn

Contact: Alexander Zimmerman

November 2012