Local Events – Week of Feb. 13

Western’s Got Talent:
Can you sing, dance, act or play an instrument? Do you enjoy entertaining people in some unique way? Then the first annual “Western’s Got Talent” competition may be for you! Blessings from Broncos is sponsoring an all-inclusive talent competition for all WMU students. Similar to “American Idol” and “America’s Got Talent,” “Western’s Got Talent” participants will be competing for a cash prize. Auditions are open Feb. 25 between 2 and 6 p.m. in room 209 of the Bernhard Center. A panel of WMU faculty judges will listen and watch you perform and select finalists to perform in the competition. There is a $1 auditioning fee and proceeds go to the Blessings in a Backpack Foundation to help feed underprivileged children in the Kalamazoo area.

Just show up and be prepared! Vocalists will sing a cappella, and all props or instruments must be provided by the performer. A variety of talents are welcomed and encouraged.

The competition is March 18 at 8 p.m. in room 209 of the Bernhard Center. Admission is $1 for WMU students with valid Bronco Cards and $2 for the general public. Again, all proceeds will be donated to the Blessings in a Backpack Foundation.

To register, please contact Matt Wrightman at matthew.l.wrightman@wmich.edu.

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WMU College of Health and Human Services Upcoming Events:

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Intern Speed Dating with WMWTA:

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Careers for Women in Medicine and Science:

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Leaders Unplugged:
Leaders Unplugged is a five-day backpacking trip. Students will gain outdoor skills (no experience necessary), as well as challenge themselves both physically and mentally.

Any questions about the Spring Leadership Retreat or the Leaders Unplugged program can be directed to: Kate Bates, Associate Director, Student Activities and Leadership Programs at (269) 387-2182.

Center for the Study of Ethics in Society Between the Lines Book Club:

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Stand Up and March for Science and Climate Action
Join the Union of Concerned Scientists and hundreds of thousands of others as they march together for strong and swift action to prevent the worst impacts of climate change: People’s Climate Mobilization, Sat., April 29, Washington, DC. Click here to participate.

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