AIDS Walk WI – join the team & join the FB page!

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Get involved in this year’s AIDS Walk WI &
join the fb page:

How to get involved:

Do the Walk/Join “Team MIAD”
-go online to and join “TEAM MIAD”

-stay tuned for information about opportunities to donate

Raise Money
-register with “Team MIAD” online, print out a pledge sheet and start raising money today

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Contact Name * Student Party
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Put it on Your Calendar! Dinosaur Dig Info Session on Wednesday September 27th!

Date Of Event * Wednesday, September 27, 2017
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4th Floor Screening Room
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Free, of course!
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Are you someone who is interested in dinosaurs, rugged outdoor experiences and art? MIAD is putting together a unique 3 credit course for next summer in southeastern Montana that combines all of these. An information session outlining all course details and the experience will be held on Wednesday, September 27th. You’ll also meet MIAD instructor, Matthew Lee who has participated in several of these digs in the past, as well as learn about the application process. Students of all levels and majors are eligible to apply.

This is a once in a lifetime experience!

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Event Coordinator * Jenny Krantz

Like Everyday by Shadi Ghadirian

Date Of Event * Monday, September 18, 2017
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Gallery hours on Facebook page
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Perspectives Gallery 299
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New show opening in the Perspectives Gallery

Like Everyday

photographs by

Shadi Ghadirian

Runs September 18th – October 20th, 2017

Perspectives Gallery
MIAD Room 299

more info/follow us:

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Event Coordinator * naomi shersty
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As an art college, it seems only natural to suggest the use of color as a tool. You coordinate your wardrobe, your apartment, and sometimes meals around color…why not use color to coordinate and organize your courses. By assigning each course a color, you can mark assignments on your calendar, keep all of your papers in the right folder and grab the right notebook so you spend less time searching for the right tools. Magic markers, pencils, bins, folders and notebooks all come in a variety of colors that can make organizing kind of fun, and free up time for other activities. For more tips on organizing, sign up with a peer tutor in the Learning Resource Center (LRC).

Peer tutors are on duty MondayThursday and it easy to sign up to work with them! Sign up sheets are on the bulletin board in the LRC space in the Learning Commons!

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Contact Name * Cathryn Wilson

Manage Stress Before It Manages You – A workshop

Date Of Event * Tuesday, September 12, 2017
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11:30 – 12:15
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RL80 – Todd Wehr
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Stress can harm your body and weaken your spirit. Learning how to recognize stress and to practice the art of self-care and mindfulness will help you better understand, manage, and alleviate harmful stress.

Join us for “Manage Stress Before it Manages You” our kickoff workshop in our Mindfulness and Wellness series, to be presented by Marquette University’s Counseling Center.

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Event Coordinator * Jennifer Crandall

National Suicide Prevention Week

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National Suicide Prevention Week is September 10 – 16; surrounding World Suicide Prevention Day, September 10th.

This is a time to share resources and stories in an effort to shed light on this highly taboo and stigmatized topic. While suicide prevention is important to address year-round, Suicide Prevention Week provides a dedicated time to come together with collective passion and strength around a difficult topic. The truth is, we can all benefit from honest conversations about mental health conditions and suicide, because just one conversation can change a life.

There’s no single cause for suicide. Suicide most often occurs when stressors exceed current coping abilities of someone suffering from a mental health condition. Depression is the most common condition associated with suicide, and it is often undiagnosed or untreated. Conditions like depression, anxiety and substance problems, especially when unaddressed, increase risk for suicide. Yet it’s important to note that most people who actively manage their mental health conditions lead fulfilling lives.

Suicide Warning Signs

Something to look out for when concerned that a person may be suicidal is a change in behavior or the presence of entirely new behaviors. This is of sharpest concern if the new or changed behavior is related to a painful event, loss, or change. Most people who take their lives exhibit one or more warning signs, either through what they say or what they do.

Visit the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention ( to learn about having the conversation to #stop

If you are in crisis, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
or contact the Crisis Text Line by texting TALK to 741-741.

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Contact Name * Sara Thor
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