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February Favorites

Consider Attending the events below during the month of February!
Outing Club: Sunday, February 7
Two Trips: Crabtree Falls or Skiing and Snowboarding at Wintergreen
 
Mock Convention:Friday, February 12 and Saturday, February 13
For more information visit: http://www.mockconvention.com/
 
Fellowships Fair: Mon, Feb 15 from 11:00am – 2:00pm in Leyburn Library
More information: Fellowships Fair
 
Unlocking PowerPoint’s Power: Designing Impressive Slide Decks
Wednesday, February 17 from 5:15pm – 6:45pm in Huntley Hall 327
Learn more and register here: PowerPoint’s Power

Shabbat Shalom Dinner for Students
Friday, February 19 from 6:00pm – 7:30pm in Hillel Multipurpose Room
Learn more here: Shabbat Shalom Dinner
 
FEBRUARY BREAK: Monday, February 22 – Friday, February 26
Relax, rest, and get caught up / plan ahead with your work!
 
CAREER EXPLORATION 101: Wed, Feb 17 @ 12:20 – 1:15pm Commons 206
Not sure what career you want to pursue? Not sure where to start? This session is designed to help you start your career exploration, identify available resources, and help you plan your next steps.
Bring your laptop! And register on LexLink Event ID 339.

Posted in Sophomore Class
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Junior Spirit Night — Men’s Basketball Game — February 2

Come out and support the men’s basketball team as they take on Emory and Henry, Tuesday, February 2 at 7:00 p.m.
Free pizza, soft drinks for the Class of 2017 + the chance to win prizes such as a Fancy Dress package
 

Posted in Club Sports, Diversity and Inclusion, Greek Life, Hillel, Intramurals, Junior Class, Outing Club, Student Activities, Uncategorized
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Career Development 101 Series – Starts February 3

Join Career Development for a six-part series that takes you through the basics of career and professional development; from exploring careers to writing a resume and knocking-out a winning interview this series will set you up for success. Join us for all six sessions or just one. Lunch provided! Please RSVP on LexLink.

Posted in Career Services, First-Year Experience, Sophomore Class
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DUI and Hoverboard Updates

The Student Affairs Committee and University Faculty have adopted changes to University policy regarding DUIs. Also, the University has decided to prohibit the use, possession or storage of self-balancing electronic skateboards, including self-balancing boards, scooters, and other similar equipment more popularly known as hoverboards, due to safety concerns.

Posted in Greek Life, Policies and Guidelines, Residential Life, Student Affairs
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The Kemper Scholars Program – Applications Due 1/15/16

The Kemper Scholars Program – Open to W&L First-Years, provides a $3,000-10,000 a year scholarship, a post-sophomore summer experience in Chicago with $6,900 summer stipend, a paid post-junior year internship and three years of attendance at the Kemper Scholars Conference. The deadline to apply for the scholarship is January 15, 2016. Learn more at LexLink Job ID 3519.

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NYC Careers Trip in Art, Music and Arts Management – Application Due Dec. 11

Join Career Development for a NEW exploratory trip to New York City for art, dance and music lovers OVER FEBRUARY BREAK. The bus leaves Monday, Feb. 22 and returns to campus Friday, Feb. 26.

Posted in Career Services, Junior Class
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Information About Local Law Enforcement Activity

As you may be aware, local law enforcement is looking for a felony suspect who was involved in an incident over the weekend. The search area is the Route 501 area south of Buena Vista, which is at least 15 miles from campus. We are in close communication with the Lexington Police Department and will continue to monitor the situation. Campus remains open, and classes will continue as scheduled. VMI, Lexington City Schools and the Montessori School are open as well.

Posted in From the Dean, Student Affairs
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Students in France

I am sure you are all aware of the terrible events that took place in Paris yesterday. The Center for International Education has confirmed the location and security of our students who are in France.

Posted in From the Dean, Student Affairs
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BlackRock Founders Scholarship – Deadline November 15

A scholarship program for undergraduate students who identify as Black, Hispanic, Native American, LGBT, or disabled and have demonstrated leadership in creating and sustaining diverse, inclusive communities. Win a merit award of $12,500 and gain hands-on experience with a paid BlackRock internship.

Posted in Career Services, Junior Class
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SLAC Winter Recruiting Day in DC – Application Deadline November 10

The Selective Liberal Arts Consortium (SLAC) will be hosting its annual Winter Recruiting Day in DC on Friday, January 8. Dozens of employers in a variety of fields will be present to interview students. SLAC programs are a great opportunity to gain access to employers who may not currently be in LexLink.

Posted in Career Services, Junior Class, Senior Class
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