Tuesday, October 9, 2012

NAP Weekly Announcements - Fall 2012 - Week 5


Thursday: NAD MEETING AT 7 PM at the Native American House
Thursday and Saturday: GRE STUDY GROUP at King Arthur Café in Baker Library from 5-7 pm


This Thursday, October 11th
at 6:30pm at the NAH.

ICE CREAM!!!!!!!!!!!!"

Come to an ice cream social to mingle with NADs, and get to know the new Eastman Fellow Maile Arvin, the new Senior Assoc. Director of Admissions, Steven Abbott, the new NAS prof, Nick Rio, and our new Counselor Todd Lindsey! SEE YOU THERE!

RSVP HERE: https://www.facebook.com/events/229628580499593/

Proud to be a Woman Dinner
The Proud to be a Woman Dinner invites all women of Dartmouth - students, faculty, & staff - to come together to celebrate the community of women on campus. The dinner, catered by the Hanover Inn, will include facilitated table conversations and will feature Professor Susan Brison of the Philosophy Department.

Wednesday, October 17th
6:00 PM - Alumni Hall

Tickets are $10. To purchase a ticket, blitz "Link Up" with your DASH number.
If the ticket price poses a problem for you, you may contact Jessica Jennrich at the CWG for a ticket.
Sponsored by The CWG, The Rockefeller Center, and the WGST Department.

The 2012 All-Ivy Native Summit Committee Announcements
AINC Summit is November 10th
The committee is taking submissions for the T-shirt design contest. The winner will receive a $30 gift card to Molly's.
Blitz Jacob Ammon, Taylor Hummel or Joseph Bonnell-Hall for questions or submissions.

Submissions are due October 20th and there are no extensions!  

Voter Registration Drive
Love Obama? Obsessed with Romney? Want to impact the NH state house that is constantly making laws that directly affect you?

Regardless of political leanings:
Come to a Voter Registration Drive with free Stinson BBQ on Thursday, October 11 from 12-3 pm.

In order to register bring one of the following:

Dartmouth ID
Drivers license (doesn't need to be NH) 

If born outside the US: know where you were naturalized, the location of the court and the date

Co-sponsored by:
College Democrats
College Republicans
College Libertarians
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
Alpha Pi Omega Sorority, Inc.
Sigma Nu Fraternity

Check out the event on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/359946787424711/

Law Talk
Want the opportunity to hear from a Law Professor at Georgetown University? Interested in the emergence of women's issues in a Congress with so few women? Curious about past legislation on violence and women?

Join Victoria Nourse for a public lecture:
Tuesday, October 9th
4:30PM in Rockefeller 003

Cheyenne andCade have extended the internship survey's due date until Wednesday. They need as many participants as they can get so they can appropriately address people's concerns and desires when it comes to an internship.

Link to survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/H3XHK53

Whoever takes the survey has the opportunity to win a $25 Starbucks gift card. They have two cards and will pick two winners in a raffle that will take place after the surveys have been submitted. 

Women of Color Collective Meeting
"Is it time call someone out?
Did your friend just say something problematic?
Did your professor just ask to speak on behalf of a whole community of people?
What is YOUR threshold for ignorance?"
Tuesday @ 6:30 in the Center for Women & Gender (under Brittle Lounge in the Choates)
Allies are welcome! 

Greek Life Forum: De-mystifying Pledge Term
Are you a '16 interested in pledging, or a '15 who's wondering what's in store now that rush is over? Perhaps you're an upperclassmen who's interested in life at another house?

The Order of Omega, an invitation-based national senior honor society for Greek leaders, is hosting a panel on Greek life. We've gathered presidents and executives from across the entire Greek community, and we're putting them before you to answer whatever questions you might have. If you show up, you get to decide the debate. 

What: Greek Life Forum Presented by the Order of Omega
When: 5 - 6 pm, Monday, October 15
Where: Collis Commmonground
Who: Greek presidents + GLC President Duncan Hall as Moderator
Snacks will be provided.

Winter Housing Application Deadline
This is for upper-class students currently not on campus or who want a room change for the winter term. Students need to apply on BannerStudent by October 17, 2012.

Fall to Winter Interim Housing Application Deadline
While the residence halls close for fall term at noon on Wednesday, November 21st, all residents will be granted interim housing until Monday, November 26th at noon. Students who need to be on campus after the 26th must apply for interim housing on BannerStudent by October 19, 2012.