All-College Honors Newsletter Early-October EDITION: 2015

Thank you for your attention and time in opening this email. The All-College Honors Program's Student Board and newly founded Honors Student Association is proud to present our second bi-weekly newsletter.

This is an effort to increase effective communication within the Honors Program without having an excessive number of emails.

During the academic year, we anticipate disseminating this newsletter at the beginning and middle of every month. Newsletters will feature important information. They will highlight exciting, innovating, and even educational events that are sponsored by either HSB (Honors Student Board) or HSA (Honors Student Association).

CONGRATULATIONS: The Class of 2019 Elections produced a great team of 3 representatives and 2 alternates.  They will serve on the HSA and HSB representing the Class of 2019. They are as listed below.

Representatives:

  • Joshua Canavan
  • Lauren Reno
  • Morgan Tyson

Alternatives:

  • Cameron Rosenecker
  • Kayla Murphy
Upcoming Events

Community Day - Saturday, October 3rd 9am-2pm Dining Hall. Details: One of the easiest ways to get involved with community service at Canisius College. Join HSA as we and dozens of other clubs help community partners throughout Buffalo. Free lunch follows! Contact Mo Otremba (otrembam@canisius.edu) to sign up!

2nd General Body Meeting - Thursday, October 8th 7pm-8pm Old Main 403 ***note location change***

Pizza provided. Discussion and sign-up for committees available Contact: Liz Piotrowski (piotrowe@canisius.edu)

FREE

Cleveland Trip - Saturday, October 10th 7:30am-6:30pm KAC Upper Parking Lot. See Alice Steltermann in HO 206 for tickets.

A day trip (on a nice bus) to the renowned Cleveland Art Museum, one of the most visited museums in the world. This museum is known for its large and diverse collections, including those from ancient Egypt, sub-Saharan Africa, and Asia . Food not provided.

Cost: $10 + food. See Alice Steltermann in HO 206 for tickets. For questions contact Dr. Dierenfield (dierenfb@canisius.edu)

Spring 2016 Schedule Release Unveiling Event & Freshman Registration Meeting - Thursday October 15th 5:00-6:00pm HO 107

Receive the Spring 2016 Honors course schedule before it is released online and learn about the spring classes from the Honors professors who teach them! Pizza and other refreshments will be provided. Freshmen are encouraged to stay for a presentation on how to register for classes after the professors speak. Contact Liz Piotrowski (piotrowe@canisius.edu) with questions.

Spring 2015 Honors Schedule

The Great Pumpkin Farm - Saturday, October 17th Leaving Canisius at 12:30 and will return by 5pm. *** Limited spots available, see below ***

Free admission to farm, pie eating contest, hayride, magic show, petting zoo, pumpkin decorating, Mummy Wrapping, and scarecrow making. Extras such as Amazing Maize Maze ($4) are not included. Contact: Liz Piotrowski (piotrowe@canisius.edu)

15 spots available. Sign-up will start at the HSA General Body Meeting on Oct 8th or through email. Email Liz Piotrowski to reserve your spot.

Study Abroad Information Session - Wednesday, October 21st from 1pm-2pm. Location: TBA.

Get a chance to hear a presentation from London Wolff, Honors first study abroad student at the University of Glasgow, regarding the new opportunity available to Honors students. There will be a Q&A session and an opportunity to ask London questions regarding the new opportunity. Contact: London Wolff (wolffl@canisius.edu)

Previous Events

African Drumming Session with Drs. Dierenfield and Butler's African American Lives and Culture Class.

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Vincent Bargnes
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