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The Juice (Student) - Nov. 8

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Nov. 8, 2021

Wartburg Players presents 'Peter/Wendy' Nov. 12 & 13issing table ban

“Peter/Wendy” is an adaptation of the story of Peter Pan and pays homage to the darker themes of J. M. Barrie's original story of the boy who never grew up. “Peter/Wendy” strips the familiar story down to its emotional essence. Peter lures Wendy away from her home to join him in Neverland. The pair, joined by Tinkerbell, Tiger Lily and the Lost Boys, face adventures and run-ins with Captain Hook and Smee. The play will mesmerize audiences of all ages. Show dates are Friday, Nov. 12, and Saturday, Nov. 13, at 7:30 p.m. in McCaskey Lyceum. Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets are sold only at the door: $10 general admission, Wartburg students free with student ID.

James Leach Chair Lecture on Tuesdayervice trip advisers needed

The Department of Business, Accounting and Economics will host its inaugural James Leach Chair Lecture Series this Tuesday, Nov. 9, at 11:30 a.m via Zoom. Dr. Samuel Schulhofer-Wohl, senior vice president and director of Financial Policy and Outreach at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, will speak about "Central Banking, on average and in detail." He plans to discuss how the Fed’s work on the national economy considers local communities’ experiences and the substantial individual variation underlying aggregate economic statistics – including, for example, his work on inflation at the household level. Please register in advance for the webinar at this link. The lecture series will occur twice every academic year, is open to faculty and students, and is presented by scholars from both the public and private sector in the field of economics.

SAFE Day of Remembrance on Thursday

On Thursday, Nov. 11, SAFE will host a Day of Remembrance in honor of those who have died from suicide. Wear black on that day to honor the people who are impacted by suicide. There will also be a stress-free zone available at 7 p.m. Thursday in GRO 131 with games and coloring to give time to debrief. Throughout the week, there will be flags in front of Old Main representing the 130 people in the U.S. who die from suicide each day. If you have any questions, please email safe@wartburg.edu.

 

Therapeutic Thursday

Are you looking for a quick snack? Grab a cookie, and hot chocolate on Thursday, Nov. 11, from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. in Saemann Student Center! Counseling Services and Student Life will be recognizing World Kindness Day. Here are ways to promote kindness: send an uplifting text to a friend, treat someone to a cup of coffee, say “thank you,” go outside your comfort zone and share a compliment with someone. For more information, contact Counseling Services at 319-352-8596.

 

Service Trip leader applications are now open!

Service Trip applications for student leaders are now open to lead a service trip during Winter Break. We had three amazing trips during Fall Break and now looking ahead to Winter Break in February! If you are interested in being a leader, please fill out the application at this link or find the link on our social media pages. Applications close on Dec. 1. If you have any questions please contact servicetrips@wartburg.edu.

Math, Computer Science & Physics Seminar on Tuesday

The next Math, Computer Science & Physics (MCSP) Department Seminar will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 9, at 11:30 a.m. in room 134 of the Science Center. Brandon Bloebaum (4Y Actuarial Science major) will speak about his Summer 2021 experiences as an actuarial intern at Northwestern Mutual. He will discuss the COVID-19 corporate work environment, the technical skills he used in his pricing analyses, and his project development on the annuity pricing team. All are invited to hear his presentation, entitled "Annuity Pricing with Northwestern Mutual." Masks are required.

African Theme Party on Friday

The African Representative Council (A.R.C.) invites you to join us for our African Theme Party on Friday, Nov. 12, at 9 p.m. at the Diers House. We will have snacks, music, and endless fun. Please join us to make this an awesome experience. Email us at A.R.C@wartburg.edu with any questions.

Remember to complete the Dining Services survey

Dining Services is currently conducting an online Customer Satisfaction Survey. Information was sent in an email last week including a link to the survey, and a reminder will be sent this week. We are seeking feedback from students, faculty, and staff on several topics including quality, variety, and taste of food, as well as rating service, cleanliness, and 21 other attributes. You can provide feedback for one or multiple locations including the Den, Konditorei, Zesty Orange, and Mensa. Please be as specific as possible when adding suggestions for improvement to improve the chances of accurately implementing recommended changes. If you have not received the email or have questions about completing the survey, please contact Renae Johnson at ext. 8604.

 

SPIRITUAL LIFE & CAMPUS MINISTRY

Weekday Chapel services

Weekday Chapel services are from 10:15 to 10:35 a.m. each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in Wartburg Chapel. Chapel time is a brief opportunity to gather with students, staff, and faculty to reflect on God and faith. Mondays will feature faculty and staff faith stories and blessings, Wednesdays will be a morning prayer service, and Fridays will have Senior Chapels. Interfaith chapels will be held during the last week each month.

Upcoming speakers:

Monday, Nov. 8: Interfaith Chapel, Namleng Sina

Wednesday, Nov. 10: Morning Prayer Service

Friday, Nov. 12: Senior Chapel, Makayla Schluter '22

 

Sanctuary on Wednesdays

Sanctuary is a casual service that takes place on Wednesday nights in the Chapel Commons. It provides students with the opportunity to relax and center themselves around God’s word in the midst of their busy week. All are welcome at 9 p.m. in Chapel Commons (basement), and come early at 8:45 for snacks.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Paint with WCDM
Nov. 8

James Leach Chair Lecture
Nov. 9

MCSP Seminar
Nov. 9

Therapeutic Thursday
Nov. 11

SAFE Day of Remembrance
Nov. 11

African Theme Party
Nov. 12

Wartburg Players presents 'Peter/Wendy'
Nov. 12-13

Student Social Justice Council meeting
Nov. 14

Holden Evening Prayer services
Nov. 21, Dec. 12

PREVIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS

Candlelight dinners with chef Jami Dareervice trip advisers needed

Announcing your chance to work one-on-one with our new chef, Jami Dare! Jami graduated from culinary school as the valedictorian and has recently joined the Wartburg Dining Services staff. She is not only helping to revamp the Mensa menu but is also committed to mentoring student groups about promoting their organizations through the exclusive dining experience of Candlelight Dinners. Only held once a month, make sure your organization doesn’t miss out on this exclusive dinner and promotional opportunity. Please email Chris Fosselman for remaining available dates and further information.

Schedule appointments with Noah Campus Clinic onlineervice trip advisers needed

Faculty, staff, and students now can schedule an appointment with the Noah Campus Health Clinic online at this link.

Faculty-in-Residence Book Club

This month, join Dr. Rachel Clark for a book club reading Angela Chen’s “Ace: What Asexuality Reveals about Desire, Society, and the Meaning of Sex.” Dr. Clark will provide the books for the first five people to sign up at this link.

Beat Luther shirts available

Students UKnight will be tabling outside the Student Center to sell more Beat Luther shirts!

Tuesday, Nov. 9 at 5-7 p.m.
Thursday, Nov. 11 at 11a.m.-1 p.m.

The shirts are $15. You don’t want to miss out on one of Wartburg's many traditions! If you have any questions, email @studentsuknight@wartburg.edu.

Paint with WCDM on Nov. 8issing table ban

Join WCDM on Monday, Nov. 8, for a fun night of painting! This year, we will be painting mason jars. If you aren’t so crafty, no worries — we will have an instructor to guide you! You do not have to be in WCDM to participate. Sign up at this link.

Student Social Justice Council meets Nov. 14issing table ban

Are you passionate about creating positive change? The Wartburg Student Social Justice Council is a group of students focused on promoting social justice on campus and empowering other students. The next meeting is on Sunday, Nov. 14, at 2 p.m. in Cardinal Commons and anyone is welcome to join! If you are interested in joining the council, please fill out this form. If you have any questions, please email Victoria Rose Dietz at victoria.dietz@wartburg.edu.

Check your passport for international travelervice trip advisers needed

Is it possible that you will travel internationally this year? Check your passport now! Passport renewals and applications are taking at least five months to process, and the U.S. State Department recommends that a passport be valid as least six months AFTER the expected date of return AND have at least two blank pages. If you need to renew or apply, click here or contact the Recorder’s Office in the Bremer County Courthouse at 319-352-0340 for information and an appointment.

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