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Week Of: May 19 - May 25

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05/19 12:00 PM

Lunch and Learn

Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall

- 141

05/19 09:00 AM

Kickboxing Certification

This certification brings standards and guidelines to today's hottest workout. Apply the principles of bio mechanics, exercise physiology and injury prevention to learn the safe and effective way to lead dynamic KickBoxing classes. Learn how to properly throw a punch, techniques for kicks, use of equipment, combination-building and more. ** How to Register - To register and receive the discount, please contact Melissa Ineck at: ineckm@wou.edu or 503-838-8860. (Your sincere interest may qualify you for additional discounts.)

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05/20 12:00 PM

Lunch and Learn

Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall

- 141

05/20 04:00 PM

Consider the Conversation Documentary

As part of the continuing behavioral science series put on by the psychology department, we will be showing a video called ?Consider the Conversation?. This documentary takes an in depth look at end of life decisions. It shows end of life decisions from the point of view of the patient, family members, doctors and a variety of other people involved in end of life care. The film is meant to spur on conversations between patients, doctors, family members and the like about end of life decisions. This film is also meant to help people understand that death does not have to be such a taboo subject, but rather it is an important conversation to have when dealing with the illness or death of a loved one. The video showing will be followed by a talk by Dr. Marasco, a psychologist who specializes in palliative care and bereavement at transitions professional center in Portland, of which she is the founder. She will talk about end of life decisions and her take on it. After her talk there will be a short question and answer session as well.

- Pacific Room

05/20 06:00 PM

Northern California SOAR

Admitted freshmen from the state of California are invited to attend WOU's Northern California Summer Orientation, Advising and Registration (SOAR) program on Monday, May 20. Students and their guests will receive an overview of campus resources and finalize their course schedule for fall term.

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05/21 12:00 PM

Lunch and Learn

Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall

- 141

05/21 01:00 PM

Native American Mascots

WOU Anthropology Club: Come join the social science department and the Oregon Department of Education, while we discuss the change of using Native American Mascots for Oregon public schools.

- Santiam

05/21 06:00 PM

Southern California SOAR Program

Admitted freshmen from the state of California are invited to attend WOU's Southern California Summer Orientation, Advising and Registration (SOAR) program on Tuesday, May 21. Students will receive an overview of campus resources and finalize their class schedule for fall term.

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05/22 12:00 PM

Lunch and Learn

Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall

- 141

05/22 11:45 AM

Western Oregon United

This is a great opportunity for students, staff, and faculty to come together show solidarity to the issues facing higher education and how we fund it. There will be a march to Smith hall and free food.

- Plaza

05/22 06:00 PM

"The New FACES of AMERICA"

This one-woman show showcases the diverse stories of young Americans and the issues that concern them. This is a thought provoking presentation featuring characters of 7 incredibly different backgrounds.

- Pacific

05/23 12:00 PM

Lunch and Learn

Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall

- 141

05/23 12:00 AM

Softball

WOU women's softball at NCAA Division II Nationals

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05/23 03:30 PM

TRiO Day: Silver Linings: 25 Sterling Years of TRiO at WOU

A dessert reception to celebrate the graduates and student leaders in the Student Enrichment Program an Upward Bound programs on our campus. Participants and their families, as well as WOU community members are invited and encouraged to attend. This marks the 25th year that TRiO programs have been resided on our campus. This year's theme: Silver Linings: 25 sterling years of TRiO at WOU.

- Columbia

05/24 12:00 PM

Lunch and Learn

Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall

- 141

05/24 09:00 AM

Track & Field

WOU track & field team at NCAA Division II Outdoor Championships

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05/24 12:00 PM

Campus Garden Volunteer Day

WOU Garden Club, subgroup of Sustainability Club, invites all students, staff, and faculty to participate in the Campus Garden Volunteer Day! Remember to wear your grubbies, and bring gardening gloves! The club's purpose is to promote environmentally sustainable and organic growing practices and this event is also an opportunity to learn about ways to get involved all year long.

- North of Hamersley Library

05/25 12:00 PM

Lunch and Learn

Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall

- 141

05/25 09:00 AM

Track & Field

WOU track & field team at NCAA Division II Outdoor Championships

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Date:    Friday , April 19 (Multi-day event)    
Time:    12:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.   
Location:    , 141   
Cost:    free   
Audience:   
Description:    Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall   
Sponsoring Group:    Student Leadership and Activities   
Contact Info:    503-838-8659   
Event Website:    http://www.wou.edu/student/sla/safezone.php#contact   

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Date:    Sunday , May 19    
Time:    09:00 a.m. - 06:00 a.m.   
Location:    ,    
Cost:    Varies   
Audience:   
Description:    This certification brings standards and guidelines to today's hottest workout. Apply the principles of bio mechanics, exercise physiology and injury prevention to learn the safe and effective way to lead dynamic KickBoxing classes. Learn how to properly throw a punch, techniques for kicks, use of equipment, combination-building and more. ** How to Register - To register and receive the discount, please contact Melissa Ineck at: ineckm@wou.edu or 503-838-8860. (Your sincere interest may qualify you for additional discounts.)   
Sponsoring Group:    Health and Wellness Center   
Contact Info:    503-838-8860   
Event Website:    wou.edu/student/hwc/fitness.php   

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Date:    Friday , April 19 (Multi-day event)    
Time:    12:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.   
Location:    , 141   
Cost:    free   
Audience:   
Description:    Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall   
Sponsoring Group:    Student Leadership and Activities   
Contact Info:    503-838-8659   
Event Website:    http://www.wou.edu/student/sla/safezone.php#contact   

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Date:    Monday , May 20    
Time:    04:00 p.m. - 06:00 p.m.   
Location:    , Pacific Room   
Cost:    free   
Audience:   
Description:    As part of the continuing behavioral science series put on by the psychology department, we will be showing a video called ?Consider the Conversation?. This documentary takes an in depth look at end of life decisions. It shows end of life decisions from the point of view of the patient, family members, doctors and a variety of other people involved in end of life care. The film is meant to spur on conversations between patients, doctors, family members and the like about end of life decisions. This film is also meant to help people understand that death does not have to be such a taboo subject, but rather it is an important conversation to have when dealing with the illness or death of a loved one. The video showing will be followed by a talk by Dr. Marasco, a psychologist who specializes in palliative care and bereavement at transitions professional center in Portland, of which she is the founder. She will talk about end of life decisions and her take on it. After her talk there will be a short question and answer session as well.   
Sponsoring Group:    WOU Psychology Department   
Contact Info:    503-838-8712   
Event Website:    http://wou.edu/las/psychology/Consider_conversation_poster-2.pdf   

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Date:    Monday , May 20    
Time:    06:00 p.m. - 09:30 p.m.   
Location:    ,    
Cost:    free   
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Description:    Admitted freshmen from the state of California are invited to attend WOU's Northern California Summer Orientation, Advising and Registration (SOAR) program on Monday, May 20. Students and their guests will receive an overview of campus resources and finalize their course schedule for fall term.   
Sponsoring Group:    Office of Admissions   
Contact Info:    (503) 838-8037   
Event Website:    http://www.wou.edu/student/admissions/soar.php   

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Date:    Friday , April 19 (Multi-day event)    
Time:    12:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.   
Location:    , 141   
Cost:    free   
Audience:   
Description:    Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall   
Sponsoring Group:    Student Leadership and Activities   
Contact Info:    503-838-8659   
Event Website:    http://www.wou.edu/student/sla/safezone.php#contact   

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Date:    Tuesday , May 21    
Time:    01:00 p.m. - 03:00 p.m.   
Location:    , Santiam   
Cost:    free   
Audience:   
Description:    WOU Anthropology Club: Come join the social science department and the Oregon Department of Education, while we discuss the change of using Native American Mascots for Oregon public schools.   
Sponsoring Group:    WOU Anthropology Club   
Contact Info:    503-838-8357   
Event Website:    http://www.wou.edu/las/socsci/anthro/   

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Date:    Tuesday , May 21    
Time:    06:00 p.m. - 09:30 a.m.   
Location:    ,    
Cost:    free   
Audience:   
Description:    Admitted freshmen from the state of California are invited to attend WOU's Southern California Summer Orientation, Advising and Registration (SOAR) program on Tuesday, May 21. Students will receive an overview of campus resources and finalize their class schedule for fall term.   
Sponsoring Group:    Office of Admissions   
Contact Info:    (503) 838-8037   
Event Website:    http://www.wou.edu/student/admissions/soar.php   

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Date:    Friday , April 19 (Multi-day event)    
Time:    12:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.   
Location:    , 141   
Cost:    free   
Audience:   
Description:    Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall   
Sponsoring Group:    Student Leadership and Activities   
Contact Info:    503-838-8659   
Event Website:    http://www.wou.edu/student/sla/safezone.php#contact   

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Date:    Wednesday, May 22    
Time:    11:45 a.m. - 02:00 p.m.   
Location:    , Plaza   
Cost:    free   
Audience:   
Description:    This is a great opportunity for students, staff, and faculty to come together show solidarity to the issues facing higher education and how we fund it. There will be a march to Smith hall and free food.   
Sponsoring Group:    ASWOU   
Contact Info:    (503) 838-8819   
Event Website:   

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Date:    Wednesday, May 22    
Time:    06:00 p.m. - 07:30 p.m.   
Location:    , Pacific   
Cost:    free   
Audience:   
Description:    This one-woman show showcases the diverse stories of young Americans and the issues that concern them. This is a thought provoking presentation featuring characters of 7 incredibly different backgrounds.   
Sponsoring Group:    Abby's House   
Contact Info:    503-838-8219   
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Date:    Friday , April 19 (Multi-day event)    
Time:    12:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.   
Location:    , 141   
Cost:    free   
Audience:   
Description:    Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall   
Sponsoring Group:    Student Leadership and Activities   
Contact Info:    503-838-8659   
Event Website:    http://www.wou.edu/student/sla/safezone.php#contact   

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Date:    Thursday , May 23 (Multi-day event)    
Time:    12:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.   
Location:    ,    
Cost:    TBA   
Audience:   
Description:    WOU women's softball at NCAA Division II Nationals   
Sponsoring Group:    WOU Athletics   
Contact Info:    503-838-8051   
Event Website:    http://www.wouwolves.com/index.aspx   

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Date:    Thursday , May 23    
Time:    03:30 p.m. - 05:00 p.m.   
Location:    , Columbia   
Cost:    free   
Audience:   
Description:    A dessert reception to celebrate the graduates and student leaders in the Student Enrichment Program an Upward Bound programs on our campus. Participants and their families, as well as WOU community members are invited and encouraged to attend. This marks the 25th year that TRiO programs have been resided on our campus. This year's theme: Silver Linings: 25 sterling years of TRiO at WOU.   
Sponsoring Group:    Student Enrichment Program and Upward Bound   
Contact Info:    503.838.8168   
Event Website:    www.wou.edu/sep   

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Date:    Friday , April 19 (Multi-day event)    
Time:    12:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.   
Location:    , 141   
Cost:    free   
Audience:   
Description:    Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall   
Sponsoring Group:    Student Leadership and Activities   
Contact Info:    503-838-8659   
Event Website:    http://www.wou.edu/student/sla/safezone.php#contact   

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Date:    Friday , May 24 (Multi-day event)    
Time:    09:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.   
Location:    ,    
Cost:    TBA   
Audience:   
Description:    WOU track & field team at NCAA Division II Outdoor Championships   
Sponsoring Group:    WOU Athletics   
Contact Info:    503-838-8051   
Event Website:    http://www.wouwolves.com/index.aspx   

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Date:    Friday , May 24    
Time:    12:00 p.m. - 03:00 p.m.   
Location:    , North of Hamersley Library   
Cost:    free   
Audience:   
Description:    WOU Garden Club, subgroup of Sustainability Club, invites all students, staff, and faculty to participate in the Campus Garden Volunteer Day! Remember to wear your grubbies, and bring gardening gloves! The club's purpose is to promote environmentally sustainable and organic growing practices and this event is also an opportunity to learn about ways to get involved all year long.   
Sponsoring Group:    WOU Garden Club   
Contact Info:    (503) 838-8819   
Event Website:   

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Date:    Friday , April 19 (Multi-day event)    
Time:    12:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.   
Location:    , 141   
Cost:    free   
Audience:   
Description:    Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall   
Sponsoring Group:    Student Leadership and Activities   
Contact Info:    503-838-8659   
Event Website:    http://www.wou.edu/student/sla/safezone.php#contact   

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Date:    Friday , May 24 (Multi-day event)    
Time:    09:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.   
Location:    ,    
Cost:    TBA   
Audience:   
Description:    WOU track & field team at NCAA Division II Outdoor Championships   
Sponsoring Group:    WOU Athletics   
Contact Info:    503-838-8051   
Event Website:    http://www.wouwolves.com/index.aspx   

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