The details… Tuesday, 2/11, and Thursday 2/13, from Noon to 1:40, come get your home-baked sweet treats in the MIAD Entryway!! Buy some baked-with-love goodies for yourself or for someone special (friend, coworker, love of your life, boss, etc.)!! The various delectable delights will be sure to make anyone’s day :). Stop by and support your fellow MIADians; the Bake Sale is open for two days only!
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Contact name: McKenna Klein
Date? Friday, February 7th, 2014
Time? 2pm – 4pm
Where? Yama Yoga Studio (231 E. Buffalo St. #201)
How Much? FREE
The details… Free Yoga this Friday.
Join Instructor Ali @ Yama Yoga Studio.
2 – 3:15pm = Class
3:30 – 4pm = Meditation
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact name: Marianne Honrath
The details… All students planning on returning to MIAD for the 2014-15 academic year are reminded to complete the 2014-15 FAFSA application by April 1st, 2014. The FAFSA is completed on line at www.fafsa.ed.gov. MIAD’s Federal School Code is 014203. The application date of April 1st is especially important to students whose legal residence is WI. The State of WI has an application cut-off date to be eligible for the WI Tuition Grant. This date changes from year to year.
I also recommend that you and your parent use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool on the FAFSA to import your 2013 federal tax filing information. This process results in accurate information and a quicker response time.
If you have questions or concerns about filing the 2014-15 FAFSA be sure to come by the financial aid office so we can help you..
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Contact name: Carol Masse
The details… As the momentum of the semester settles into a higher activity level, it is easy to understand why students might get a little overwhelmed. This week’s tip is to use the LIST as a tool to thwart the tendency to try to think about too many things at the same time. Lists are a great tool to break down projects and assignments into manageable parts. By breaking down and listing out each part, you are better able to identify when you have time to do each part before the project/assignment is due. Additionally, because you have everything on a list and a plan when to accomplish each part, you will better be able to focus on ONE THING at a time and control the urge to become overwhelmed!
For additional time management ideas, check out the ORGANIZATION HANDOUTS on the LRC moodle site, or stop in talk with a tutor in the LRC.
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Contact name: Cathryn Wilson
Date? Saturday, February 8th
Time? 11am-noon, 1pm-2pm
Where? Lynden Sculpture Garden, 2145 W Brown Deer Rd, Milwaukee, WI 53217
How Much? small suggested donation
The details… Kim Miller brings her MIAD students to the carnival for “Performing the Subject.” Working collaboratively, the students will present performative responses to the question of how action and language determine a subject.
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Contact name: Kim Miller
Where? Time-Based Media Screening Room (465E)
How Much? FREE!
The details… “The Kings of Summer” is the first in a semester-long arts & culture film screening series brought to you by the Time-Based Media department. If you missed this phenomenally crafted and critically acclaimed film during the Milwaukee Film Festival, here is your second chance to catch it for one night only– completely free!
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Contact name: Travis Whitty