Other Things Happening at WMU

Bronco Bikes
The WMU Office for Sustainability is renting out bikes for the semester. Since it is already underway, the price for this semester is less than what is listed. Click on the picture below if you’re interested!

Bronco Bikes

Real Talk Diversity Series
Throughout the fall semester discussions and presentations will take place on issues relating to race, gender and sexual orientation. Click here for details:

Brainchild
Your literary work can be published! Brainchild is highly recognized journal and is seeking submissions from honors college students beginning September 15. Click here for details.

Mid-East Honors Association Logo Contest
Win $250 if your logo is chosen! Deadline is October 27. See below for details.

logo

Visiting Artist and Scholar Lecture Series
Thursday, October 30 at 5 p.m. Richmond Center for Visual Art.
The Richmond Center is staging a series of lectures in conjunction with its exhibition schedule in support of the thematic approach to its calendar of events. Presentations, gallery talks and workshops are being facilitated by artists from across the country. In the next exhibition the work of Jorge Pineda will be showcased. Pineda was born in Barahona, Dominican Republic. A visual artist, his areas of work include painting, sculpture, installation, sketch and other mediums. Pineda is also recognized for his activism through his artwork, which has generated a multitude of works that address child abuse, environmentalism, gender equality and immigration issues.

Worklight Improv Show
Saturday, November 1, 4:00 p.m. Bernhard Center, room 105
Enjoy WMU’s Worklight Improv comedy team at this week’s show: Who You Gonna Call?

Worklight

Haworth College of Business Mercantile Bank Breakfast Speaker Series
Friday, October 31, 2150, Schneider Hall.
Come eat breakfast and listen to speakers discuss topics such as end of life care, Black Friday shopping and business technology. This week Dr. Robert Harrison, assistant professor of marketing, will discuss his latest research on Black Friday shopping. For more information or to register contact the Haworth College of Business at (269)-387-6059 or click here.

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