This week we are honored to host An Evening with Gloria Steinem on Friday, Nov. 6 in Miller Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Gloria Steinem is a nationally known feminist, journalist and activist. She has been a key figure in the women’s liberation movement and we are extremely excited to have her on campus! Admission is free and doors open at 7 p.m.
Great Grown-Up Spelling Bee
Participate in the 15th Annual Great Grown-Up Spelling Bee on Wednesday, Nov. 18 beginning at 6 p.m. with complimentary hors d’oeuvres and cash bar. The spelling bee and cheering competition is from 6:30 to 9 p.m. in the Bernhard Center.
About the event: The Kalamazoo Public Library hosts the Great Grown-up Spelling Bee to benefit Ready to Read, their early childhood literacy program. 100% of the proceeds from this wild and wacky event are used to purchase books for at-risk children in Kalamazoo County. This year marks the 15th anniversary of the Bee. The Great Grown-Up Spelling Bee Features Teams of eight adults: two courageous spellers and six outrageous cheerleaders. Spellers compete together in two 60-second rounds of fast paced spelling, while cheerleaders perform one 2 to 3 minute cheer in round one. Prizes are awarded for best spelling, best costumes, most enthusiastic, most creative cheers and audience favorite!
If you are interested email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The theme for the Nov. 5 Mix It Up is “Donor Appreciation” and we are asking for your help in thanking our donors. Take the following steps prior to Thursday’s Mix It Up event.
1: Snap a selfie around the LHC or WMU doing something that relates to your major (playing piano, studying, being artistic, doing research, etc.)
2: Post that photo on Facebook/Twitter/Instagram (any or all!) using #bcofLHCDonors
3: You’re done! Pat yourself on the back for being a grateful student and helping to thank our donors and hopefully raise more money for future honors students.
Email Tre at email@example.com if you have any questions. Here is a sample for your reference. Thanks in advance for your help!
Call for Submissions
The Lee Honors College publication, The Laureate, is currently accepting submissions from WMU undergraduate students in all fields of study. This literary journal is a free annual student publication funded through the Lee Honors College at WMU.
All creative works submitted to TheLaureateCollection@Gmail.com by Dec. 16, 2015 will be considered. Multiple submissions are encouraged! Submissions may include poetry, prose, flash fiction, plays, graphic art, non-fiction, photography, etc.
There is no fee to submit and the magazine will be published online for all to enjoy, with hard copies available to the contributors.
View the Facebook page (www.facebook.com/TheLaureateCollection), tumblr page (thelaureate.tumblr.com), or this flier for more information.
Andy Bodinger and Nick Alti
Editor-in-Chief and Assistant Editor, The Laureate
Test Prep Books Available
Are you studying for the LSAT, GMAT, GRE, or MCAT? The Lee Honors College has purchased test prep books for each of these exams. If you are interested in checking one of these books out, please visit the front desk and be prepared to show your Bronco ID and provide your email address and phone number. Test prep books can be checked out for one week at a time.
Please remember that if you do not swipe into an honors college sponsored event BEFORE the event starts, you will not receive attendance credit.
As always, feel free to reach out to us with any questions, comments or concerns.
In case you haven’t connected with us already, here are the links to our website and various social media pages:
Facebook for Honors Students: https://www.facebook.com/groups/23136930130/