To nursing students and those who have first aid experience - we are looking for students to work the First Aid Station at the Softball Weekend. Volunteers are needed for every hour of Softball Weekend. (2 every hour if possible)
If you would like to volunteer, email Patrick at email@example.com and let him know the day and hours you can volunteer.
Wednesday April 23rd at 5 p.m. in the Lower Cube the ASCC INDUCTION CEREMONY Our Last Senate and House gathering of the year where we bring in the new ASCC officers and say thank you to the outgoing officers.
April 22ndFake ID Community Forum Come hear students share the latest research on Carroll students’ fake ID usage 12:30-1:30 Carroll College Library room 235: TREATS will be served!
April 23rd from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. in the Avila Desmet room in the Lower Cube. Students are asked to attend a FOCUS GROUP –
Let the builders know what you want to see in the New Hunthausen Activities Center Building.
April 23rd. Constitutional Studies Lecture with Governor Steve Bullock at 7 pm in Trinity Lounge
April 23rd at 7:00 PM "Genocide Remembrance Day" to take place in the Carroll theater.
April 23rd "Donuts for Diapers" This is a STTI service project where donuts will be sold and donations will be taken and the funds will help buy diapers for the Home Visitors Program. About the project we are saying "Help the Carroll College Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society gather diapers and donations for the Lewis and Clark Home Visitors Program! We are collecting diapers or monetary donations in exchange for a donut, graciously donated by Albertson's. We will be located at both Helena Albertson's stores collecting donations from 3pm to 6pm on Wednesday April 23rd."
Thursday, April 24, 7pm, SH 101/202 “Studying Super Earths”
Using new techniques, astronomers have discovered thousands of planets which orbit around other nearby stars. The most interesting of these planets are larger than the Earth, and so we call them super-Earths. We don’t have anything like them in our solar system. The Earth is the largest of the inner planets, and the other planets in our solar system are gas giants, more than ten times the mass of the Earth. What would these planets look like, up close? What sorts of atmospheres would you find on a planet with double or triple the mass of the Earth. Could life have formed on any of these planets? Join us for an exploration of the newly discovered super Earths!
April 24th Spanish Club Sodexo Softball Weekend BBQ – on the lawn in front of the Cube, music, great food, and fun! Dinner is served at 4:30 p.m. and Live Music starts at 6:00 and goes until 8:00 p.m. Wear Softball Weekend Shirts for a chance to enter and win Softball Weekend Shirt Competition. Volunteers needed. Contact Jenessa at: firstname.lastname@example.org
April 25th The Swing Dance Club is putting on the “Last Chance to Swing Dance” on the Guad Lawn from 8p.m to 11p.m.
Softball Weekend April 26th and 27th. Only current registered Carroll students and faculty/staff can participate
April 27th Night of the Talking Saints, Lower Commons Sunday, April 27 @ 7 p.m.
Go to this link and join now! https://www.facebook.com/CarrollCAMP
To all Students: Carroll College Career Services has LOTS of part time jobs advertised from various employers around the Helena community. We still receive calls daily, so if you need a little extra cash, check the job boards on the Carroll website go to:
www.carroll.edu/students/career/index.cc Then scroll down to “Employment Opportunities” then to “Off Campus,” then click on “MORE.” Make sure you are looking at the off campus listings.
Want to sing the National Anthem at Carroll sporting events? Email Jackie at email@example.com to schedule an audition!
Tightwad Tuesdays have returned to the Myrna Loy Center, with $2 film tickets for Carroll students, faculty, and staff every Tuesday. If indie, award-winning and foreign celluloid is on your movie menu, the Myrna is for you! For current films and times, check their website http://www.myrnaloycenter.com/. Other nights of the week, the Myrna offers $4.50 film tickets for students, faculty, and staff. Live shows of the best in performing arts are also available to Carrollites at a low price: students get in for $7 and Carroll faculty and staff tickets are just $15 for world-class entertainment. Check out the Myrna Loy at 15 N. Ewing or call 406-443-0287 for more info. (Discounted tickets for Carroll Students paid for by Student Activities)