Student Project – Your help is needed!

What? A call for unwanted photographs! Needed for student project.
The details… I am looking for any unwanted photographs. Their content is not important (Photo’s of people, places, animals, ext. are all great) however it would be best if they didn’t exceed 5″x7″ in size.
Thank You!
Contact email:
Contact name: Aimee Keil

Halloween Movie Marathon

Date? October 31, 2010
Time? 10am – Midnight
Where? Eisner Auditorium
How Much? FREE
The details… Bring your pillows, blankets, and sleeping-bags; Enjoy this scary movie marathon, while eating candy, treats, and popcorn; Lunch and dinner provided!
Contact email:
Contact name: anne morningstar

Wisconsin Voter Informaton for November 2nd.

The details… Click here to find out where to vote and to make sure you are registered. Wisconsin has same day registration at each of the polling locations. Find out what to bring with you before you go. You can also view a sample ballot and know who is up for election by clicking the button on your registration record.  All information can be found at the following website. –

All Students in the Residence Hall have been registered to vote in the state of Wisconsin under a special provision for residence facilities. You vote at the City Municipal Building at 841 N. Broadway between the hours of 7am and 8pm.

Contact email:
Contact name: Ricky Heldt


Date? November 6th
Time? 8 PM
Where? Student Union
How Much? Free!
The details… TB1239 is the moniker of Foundations student DJ, Tom Roberts, under this title Roberts spins dubstep, hard electro and other popular dance genres. However, with this earlier event one can expect to hear a different sound: a blend of downtempo contemporary electronic and experimental music with world music sounds from Africa and South America.
Contact email:
Contact name: Tom Roberts

GSA Club Meeting

Date? Wednesday November 10th
Time? 7:30 p.m.
Where? MIAD Cafeteria
How Much? Free!
The details… Come and discuss and bring your ideas!
Contact email:
Contact name: Kaitlyn Garfoot

MIAD Learning Resource Center (LRC) Notice of Special Hours

The details… In addition to tutoring services available MondayFriday from 10:50 am – 1:30 pm, peer tutors are also available on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm. Sign-up sheets for all tutoring appointments are located on the bulletin board in the LRC.
Contact email:
Contact name: Cathryn Wilson

MIAD’s own Kelly Peloza’s Vegan Cookbook book signing and samples

Date? Tuesday November 9th during Lunch come by the MIAD Cafe and sample some of Kelly Peloza’s Creations
Time? Lunch time 11 – 2 (Kelly will be there at 1:30)
Where? MIAD Cafe
How Much? Free cookies for all, cook books cost $17.00
The details… Come by the MIAD Cafe on Tuesday November 9th to try some cookies and even meet Kelly herself! Her book, The Vegan Cookie Connoisseur: has over 140 Simply Delectable Recipes to Treat the Eyes and Taste Buds.
Contact email:
Contact name: Chef John

Enchilada Party

The details… Friday Lunch on 11/5/2010 the MIAD Cafe will feature different flavors of enchiladas in honor of the Mentors here at MIAD. A special seating area in the Dining area just for them, but the food is for everyone. Come dine with us!
Contact email:
Contact name: Chef John

What’s going on with Student Government?

The details… We are rapidly approaching mid-semester and as the school year progresses, The MIAD Student Government is moving closer to its goals. We are really close to achieving many of our overhauls and with your continued enthusiasm we can make it happen!

Below are a few highlights.

-Traditions Committee [Leader: Jeannette Ralyea]
The Halloween party at Discovery World was a great success! There were many great costumes and a huge turnout.

-Foundations Committee [Abe Kassem] is working on getting a guest speaker to talk about what propelled them to their chosen field. Abe has been talking to Patrick Castro, who runs a design studio with his wife Libby Castro. You can check out there work @

-Communications Committee [leader: Andrew Coyle] launched the MIAD Student Government logo competition. There are posters up around the school advertising it. The winning designer will be rewarded $100! Submissions are due November 1st. Send designs to

-Proposals Committee [Leader: Monica Miller] is working on creating different proposal boxes, which will be placed around the school. Soon Students will be able to write up there own proposals and submit them to student government. A digital version is available @

-The Erie Street Gallery is for self-motivated students who wish to show work from out side of school, or who have made an exceptional effort on a school project and wish to show it off. All students at MIAD, regardless of year and major, are invited to submit their work for a show. The Erie Street Gallery is for students at MIAD who take their own initiative to submit their work and is a vehicle towards their artistic life independent of their classes. (It is not for classes where the teacher has proposed the gallery and classes that have gallery/show space already at the school).

For more information for future shows contact a Alisha Denomme at

-42 Lines [leader: Mary Claire Ramerez] met with their designers Samantha Wilson and Hector Guerra about the look and feel of their up and coming zine.

Andrew Coyle
Vice President
MIAD Student Government

Contact email:
Contact name: Andrew Coyle