The Big Stories
Women’s Forum Annual Auction, Chili Cook-Off, Quilt Raffle, Nov. 15
The Clayton State Women’s Forum Annual Auction, Chili Cook-Off, and Quilt Raffle is scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 15. The organization’s mission is to sustain a Women’s Forum Scholarship Fund in support of assisting students with general and emergency resources to aid in their successful completion of academic studies. Proceeds from all events go to the Scholarship Fund.
Shop the auction – perfect for the holiday season and year-round gift-giving as well as treats for yourself!
Online auction bidding is open now: http://fpforms.clayton.edu/womens-forum/OnlineAuction/BiddingSheet2012.aspx
Donated items will be displayed in the University Center on Main Street on Nov. 15 from 10 a.m. until the auction closes at 1:30 p.m. Laptop stations will be available for bidding in the Loft.
Purchase Quilt Raffle tickets – view quilt photo here: http://www.clayton.edu/womens-forum/quiltraffle
. The Quilt Raffle drawing will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Nov. 15.
Join us at the Chili Cook-Off and enjoy some delicious chili – all proceeds go to scholarships. Chili will be served in the University Center Commons from 11:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. or until the chili runs out.
Faculty, staff, students, retirees, and community members collaborate for this event which has become an annual campus tradition.
Thanksgiving Meal at the Lakeside Dining Hall; Today, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Join us for Thanksgiving a little early! The Lakeside Dining Hall will be serving a Thanksgiving- themed meal on Wednesday, Nov. 14 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. We’ll be serving turkey and dressing and all the traditional sides.
Cash price at the door will be $6.50 + tax (regular $8.50) or you can use your meal plan. Bring some co-workers or friends and enjoy a great meal together as we celebrate the season. We hope to see you for lunch today!
Monthly Alert System Test, Nov. 14
The monthly test of the campus alert system will be held at noon on Wednesday, Nov. 14.
Clayton State Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, Nov. 12 to Nov. 16
Monday, Nov. 12 to Friday, Nov. 16, is Clayton State University’s Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week,
sponsored by the Department of Campus Life.
Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week is used to raise awareness and educate the campus community and the public, and to allow students, faculty, staff and the public to engage in educational programming and meaningful dialogue that focuses on the complex issue of poverty and its effects on those who experience same.
This week will feature several awareness events, all of which are free and open to the public, and will culminate in the annual Sleep-Out for the Homeless and Hunger Banquet events, starting at 6 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 16, and continuing through 6 a.m., on Saturday, Nov. 17. The Sleep-Out for the Homeless will take place on the Student Activity Center (SAC) Green.
Students will participate in a sleep out on the SAC Green that will give them a small glimpse of what it is like to be without the comfort of a home for a night. Students will be engaged in awareness initiatives including an OxFam Hunger Banquet and documentaries discussions focusing on homelessness in the young adult population. Note: this event normally includes both Clayton County high school students as well as Clayton State students.
The week’s events also include:
Clayton State Department of Dental Hygiene Accreditation Site Visit, Nov. 13, Nov. 14
- Donation Drive – Monday, Nov. 12 to Friday, Nov. 16: Gently used winter clothing and accessories, blankets, personal hygiene items, and canned food items will be accepted all week on Main Street on the second floor of the James M. Baker University Center, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., as well as at the Campus Life office, located on the second floor of the Student Activities Center.
- Hot Chopics – Tuesday, Nov. 13, from noon to 2 p.m.: An informal discussion led by faculty members and community activists about poverty and homelessness, held in theBakerCenterstudy room, located just offMain Street.
- Voices of Homelessness – Tuesday, Nov. 13, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.: ClaytonState students will perform spoken word pieces and lead discussion topics surrounding the topic of poverty and homelessness. This event will take place outside, at the Judge Lawson Amphitheater, located between theBakerCenter and theAthletics & FitnessCenter.
- Throw-Away Thursday – Thursday, Nov. 15, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.: Patrons of the Lakeside Dining Hall in theBakerCenter will be asked to throw away uneaten food in garbage bags prior to placing plates on the return carousel — as a visual representation of the food wasted.
In accordance to the American Dental Association’s Commission on Dental Accreditation the Department of Dental Hygiene will participate in the accreditation site visit process, Tuesday, Nov. 13 and Wednesday, Nov. 14.
The primary focus of the self-study process is to assess the effectiveness of the educational program in meeting (1) the program’s stated goals and objectives and (2) the Commission’s Accreditation Standards for Dental Hygiene Education Programs.
For the educational program, the self-study provides an opportunity to:
1. Clarify its objectives as they relate to:
a. Preparation of dental hygienists;
b. Expectations of the dental profession and the public in relation to the education of dental hygienists; and
c. The program’s general educational objectives.
2. Candidly and realistically assess its own strengths and weaknesses in light of its own stated objectives.
3. Internalize the process and engage in the kind of self-analysis essential to effective planning and change.
4. Provide the basis for a more informed and helpful site visit related to the real issues including the strengths and weaknesses of the program.*
(*Adapted and summarized from “Role and Importance of the Self-Study Process in Accreditation,” Richard M. Millard, President, Council of Postsecondary Accreditation (July 25-26, 1984)
The mission of the Clayton State Department of Dental Hygiene is to provide career relevant education in the discipline of dental hygiene and to support the lifelong learning goals of individuals aspiring to careers in the dental profession. In addition to the Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene program, the department also operates a public dental hygiene clinic in which Clayton State students provide preventive dental care for patients under the supervision of dental hygiene faculty members. The clinic is located in the lower level of the Student Center Building. Clinic appointments for dental hygiene treatment may be made in person or by calling (678) 466-4920.
Clayton State University Jazz Combo Presents “Swinging for Tony,” Nov. 14
The Clayton State University Department of Visual and Performing Arts presents the Clayton State University Jazz Combo in “Swinging for Tony” in Spivey Hall on Wednesday, Nov. 14 at 7:30 p.m. This event – held in memory of former Jazz Combo member Tony Terrell – is free and open to the public.
The tribute concert will feature jazz classics from the libraries of Art Blakey, Freddie Hubbard, and Sonny Rollins, recent works by current artists/composers Kenny Garrett and Maurice Brown, and new arrangements by Clayton State University Jazz Combo director Stacey Houghton (Rex).
"I find it important to keep standard and well-loved melodies alive by giving them exciting, fresh treatments for today's audiences,” says Houghton. “These original tunes have stood the test of time, and they deserve to be preserved within the jazz tradition."
Performing in “Swinging for Tony” are the following talented musicians: Houghton, tenor saxophone; Josh Singleton (Conyers), trumpet; Brandon Patman (Decatur), tenor saxophone; Rodney Allen, Jr. (Atlanta), alto saxophone & piano; Kelly Jarrard (Stockbridge), guitar & vocal; Ryan Stegall (Jonesboro), bass; and Elliott Phillips (Hapeville), drums. Guest pianists include Marvin Pollock (Forest Park) and John Bennett (Decatur).
In addition to several new arrangements, the evening will also feature an original piece Houghton composed in memory of his friend and long-time fellow musician. Terrell passed away on Sept. 20. He played bass and trombone as a regular member of the Clayton State University Jazz Combo and the Clayton Community Big Band from 2003-2009.
SBDC Partnering with Borrego Springs Bank for Free Financing Workshop, Nov. 14
Clayton State University’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is partnering with Borrego Springs Bank of Panama City, Fla., to hold a Free Financing Workshop & SBA Loan Expo on Wednesday, Nov. 14, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., at Clayton State University – East, 5823 Trammell Rd., Morrow.
This is a public event, and free to attend, but registration is required. The Expo will be held in classroom 120B at Clayton State – East, which holds just 40 people, so registrations are capped at 40. To register, go to http://www.georgiasbdc.org/subpage.aspx?cart=71b6a9a9-3adc-44cc-b98a-82a3ee22ed95&page_name=view_cart&addproduct=112375
This informative program is important for anyone considering starting a new business venture, or anyone who has the need for additional working capital for their existing business.
Passport Drive, Nov. 14
During International Education Week 2012 a Passport Drive for students, staff and faculty will be sponsored by the United States Postal Service and Office of International Programs.
The Passport Drive will be held Wednesday, Nov. 14, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., on Main Street in The James M. Baker University Center. All are welcome to come learn about the process to obtain a passport. Passport applications and goodie bags with valuable information will be available during the drive.
Clayton State Professors, Students Featured in Next Visiting Writer’s Reading Series, Nov. 15
The next installment in the Clayton State University English Department’s popular Visiting Writer’s Reading Series (VWRS) will be staying close to home, as two Clayton State professors and Clayton State creative writing students will be sharing the podium on Thursday, Nov. 15.
Poet, VWRS series director, and Clayton State Associate Professor of English Dr. Brigitte Byrd will be joined by Clayton State Assistant Professor of English Dr. Robert Pfeiffer, and some of Clayton State’s creative writing students in the Clayton State Writer’s Studio, room G224 of the Arts & Sciences Building.
A native of France, where she was trained as a dancer, Byrd is the author of “Song of a Living Room” (Ahsahta, 2009), “The Dazzling Land” (Black Zinnias, 2008), and “Fence above the Sea” (Ahsahta, 2005). She is also an editorial reviewer for Confluence: The Journal of Graduate Liberal Studies
. Pfeiffer attended Wake Forest University, where he received a Bachelor of Arts in English. After moving to Atlanta, he earned an M.F.A. and Ph.D. in Creative Writing from Georgia State University. His first book of poetry, “Bend, Break” was published in January 2011 by Plain View Press. His poems have appeared internationally in journals and magazines, including The Connecticut River Review, The Flint Hills Review, Freefall Magazine
and The Concho River Review
The Visiting Writers’ Reading Series at Clayton State is free and open to the public.
A Chance to Interact and Network with Clayton State Alumni, Nov. 15
The Office of Orientation & New Student Programs, in collaboration with the Laker Hall Council, will present “Life After: The Real World” Alumni Success and Leadership Panel on Thursday, Nov. 15, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., in the James M. Baker University Center, room 272.
This event will feature a panel of Clayton State alumni from various career fields such as education, business management, customer service, and information technology. Students will have the opportunity to gain advice from panelists on how to be successful while in college and how to apply leadership skills gained in college to real-world careers.
Immediately following the panel discussion, there will be a networking mixer; students are invited to continue their dialogue with panelists in a more one-on-one setting. Light refreshments will be served. For more information, contact Darius Thomas, program assistant, at DariusThomas@clayton.edu
or (678) 466-5443.
Second Annual “The More We Get Together” International Feast, Nov. 15
The Campus Events Council (CEC) along with Campus Life, International Student Services (ISSO), International Programs (ISP), Baptist Collegiate Ministries (BCM), Caribbean Student Association (CSA), Diversity Educational Experiences for Peers (DEEP), International Student Association (ISA), LOCHed In Motion (LIM), Non-Traditional Student Organization (NTSO), and Vietnamese Student Association (VSA) present the Second Annual “The More We Get Together” International Feast on Thursday, Nov. 15 at 6:30 p.m., in the SAC ballroom.
As we prepare to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday season, these student organizations and departments will bring together various foods, history, traditions, and cultures of how the holiday is celebrated all over the world at the International Feast. Come and experience a feast like none other.
This event is free for Clayton State students, $5 for Clayton State faculty and staff, and everyone must RSVP to CEC@Clayton.edu
. Seats are limited and this event will sell out quickly.
For more information, please contact Cherelle Prempeh at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Macbeth” at the Clayton State Theatre, Nov. 15, Nov. 16
The curtain rises Thursday and Friday in the Clayton State Theatre, room G132 of the Arts & Sciences Building, at 7:30 p.m., for “Macbeth.” Admission is free with Laker ID for Clayton State students, faculty and staff members. General admission is $5 for non-students.
“Macbeth” is directed by Patricia Henritze, Clayton State assistant professor of Theater, says “Macbeth” is just as relevant today as it was in Shakespeare’s time, and her student cast make the performance one well worth attending.
“It’s all about unleashed ambition and what happens when you only value power and money,” she says. “Macbeth goes from a guy with everything — love, family and friends — to a violent guy with no one to turn to.
“The cast has done a great job giving the play a Shakespearean feel, while also being themselves. We’re not playing fake British people; we’re really relating the play to the here and now. “
Clayton State Theatre performances of “Macbeth” will be Thursday, Nov. 15, and Friday, Nov. 16. All performances in G132 of the Arts & Sciences Building will begin at 7:30 p.m.
Men’s Health Blitz, Nov. 16
Five Clayton State senior nursing students — India Day, Laquisha Lambert, Megan Malcom, Gina Hunter, and Ananda Cousett, will be holding a Men's Health Blitz for their senior nursing project.
The Men’s Health Blitz will be held Friday, Nov. 16, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., on Main Street in the James M. Baker University Center. The students will be talking to male students about STD's, high blood pressure, and sprain and strains. And, they’ll have snacks!
Outdoor Adventure Ski Trip, Registration Deadline, Nov. 16
Destination: Winter Place Ski Resort, Beckley, W.V.
Date: Wednesday – Saturday, Jan. 2-5, 2013
Student Cost: $230 after Oct. 15
Pre-trip Meeting: TBA
Registration deadline: Friday, Nov. 16, 2012
For more information, contact Nick Kilburg, assistant director of Recreation and Wellness, Outdoor Adventures, (678) 466-4972, email@example.com
Spivey Hall Celebrates the Holidays with Five Young People’s Concerts
Clayton State University’s world-famous Spivey Hall will be celebrating the 2012 holiday season with five special daytime Young People’s Concerts; starting on Monday, Nov. 19 and concluding on Wednesday, Dec. 12. All five concerts start at 11:15 a.m., in Spivey Hall on the Clayton State campus in Morrow.
Spivey Hall’s daytime Young People’s Concerts are an excellent opportunity for dreams to be made real, and for only $2 per person. Reservations can be made by calling (678) 466-4481.
The holidays start on Monday, Nov. 19, with “A Grand Mercer Christmas,” featuring the Mercer Singers and the Robert McDuffie Center for Strings Orchestra. The Mercer University Townsend School of Music rings in the holiday season with “A Grand Mercer Christmas.” Audiences will be delighted with familiar carols and holiday tunes both traditional and contemporary accompanied by string orchestra!
The week after Thanksgiving, Thursday, Nov. 29 and Friday, Nov. 30, the Birmingham Children's Theatre presents, “The Gingerbread Boy.” In addition to the 11:15 a.m. performances both days, there will also be 9:30 a.m. presentations both days. Specially designed for children in Kindergarten through fifth grades, “The Gingerbread Boy” is a fun-filled tale that teaches morals of respect, friendship, and listening well.
On Monday, Dec. 3, the Capitol City Opera Company Madrigal Singers will perform on the Spivey Hall stage. The Capitol City Opera Company is a chamber vocal ensemble that specializes in sacred and secular music from the Renaissance to the present. The group will present a varied program of madrigals and traditional holiday carols in beautiful Renaissance period costumes.
The Atlanta Concert Ringers will present a special handbell concert on Friday, Dec. 7. The Atlanta Concert Ringers, Inc., are a group of experienced handbell ringers from throughout the Atlanta metropolitan area. During this concert, students will learn that teamwork is a vital part of life. More than any other instrument, a handbell choir illustrates the magic and fun of working together. The Atlanta Concert Ringers will demonstrate teamwork through a variety of musical styles and holiday music.
Finally, on Wednesday, Dec. 12, Spivey Hall’s own Albert Schweitzer Memorial pipe organ, and organist Stephen Wooddell, will take center stage for a holiday pipe organ concert. The magnificent Albert Schweitzer Memorial pipe organ is the crowning centerpiece of Spivey Hall. Built by the Fratelli Ruffatti of Padua, Italy, the 4,413-pipe organ is just as beautiful to hear as it is to see. Wooddell will demonstrate the amazing range of the instrument with a variety of traditional and contemporary seasonal music sure to put you in the holiday spirit.
Spivey Hall Children’s Choir Silent Auction
A couple weeks ago, Spivey Hall hosted the Second Annual Spivey Hall Children’s Choir Silent Auction.
Spivey Hall Education Manager Catherine Giel notes that there are some leftover items that the Hall would love to sell. All proceeds benefit the Spivey Hall Tour Choir in helping defer their touring costs.
All the items left are posted on the Children’s Choir website and can be purchased for a super-discounted “buy it now” price by contacting General Manager Carol Abarr at (770) 946-9072. There are some things on there that would make great Christmas presents! Let’s make this a real “Children’s Crusade.”
Here is the link to the item listing: http://www.spiveyhallchildrenschoir.org/annual-tour-choir-silent-auction/
Get Your 1098-T Forms Electronically
Receive your 2012 1098-T form faster and choose the eco-friendly alternative to mailing.
and sign up for electronic consent before Jan.15, 2013 to take advantage of this option.
This is a quick reminder that you can sign up now to receive the 2012 1098-T form electronically. Through the use of our 1098-T service provider, students can consent to receive e-mail notification when the 2012 1098-T form is available.
From the 1098-t.com home page, select the option to "Access My Record."
You will be prompted through a series of steps validating personal information.
Once securely logged into your personal account, a link is provided to receive forms electronically. A pop up window will also remind you to take advantage of this option. Please read the information thoroughly and provide a current and valid e-mail address when prompted.
Upon creation of the 2012 1098-T form, you will receive an e-mail notifying you that the form is available on. You can print a copy for yourself, your parents, and your tax advisor.
If you signed up to get your form electronically last year, you do not need to enroll again.
Defacing Traffic Signs
Public Safety has had to remove several stickers placed on traffic signs on campus that are advertising music productions. Be advised that defacing public property is a criminal offense and also presents a safety hazard. Please cease and desist if you are engaged in such activity.
Course/Instructor Evaluations; Full Session, Session II
Please complete the course and instructor evaluations by Nov. 29 (the evaluation surveys are available on the DUCK). For each class you are taking, there are TWO online evaluations to complete. The evaluations give Clayton State University valuable feedback regarding the curriculum and the instruction that you receive. This survey data is used to improve courses, to evaluate the instructors, and to satisfy accreditation requirements.
Your instructor may set aside time for the evaluations. If no time is set aside, please complete the evaluations on your own by going to the SWAN portal and logging onto the DUCK. You should receive a message with a link when you log on. If there is no message, navigate to the academic history page and click on the link in the final grade column.
Students who submit BOTH sets of evaluations for each class will be allowed to see their grades early (as they are entered by the instructors) in those classes. Those who do not complete TWO evaluations (INSTRUCTOR AND COURSE) for each class will not be able to view their grades in those classes until Dec. 21. Please note, there is also an option to opt out of each evaluation by clicking on a button at the bottom of each survey.
The department heads and instructors only receive the summary data of the class’s comments after grades become final. Students’ names are not connected in any way to the evaluations.
Spring Registration is Now Open
Spring registration is now open based on the schedule below. Before you will be eligible to register, you must satisfy the requirements of all holds on your account. Please check your holds today! Register for classes this week in order to get the best schedule before our first orientation session for new students, which is this Friday.
||Hours earned prior to current semester
||1st Date to Register
||90 + hrs.
||November 5, 2012
||60- 89 hrs.
||November 6, 2012
||November 7, 2012
||November 8, 2012
|TAP & Senior Citizen Waivers
||January 3, 2013
Here are a few registration reminders…
ü You should be advised by an advisor in your major. All first-year students will be advised in the First-Year Advising & Retention Center. The name of your advisor is listed in the DUCK.
ü All professional academic advisors use an online scheduling system called AdvisorTrac to schedule advisement appointment https://tutoring.clayton.edu:8001/TracWeb40/Default.html
. You should contact faculty advisors directly to determine their availability for advising.
ü The spring class schedule is available at http://academicinfo.clayton.edu/schedule
ü For additional information and links to specific advising offices go to http://adminservices.clayton.edu/cas/advising.htm
SAC, Fitness Center Closed for Thanksgiving Break
The SAC and the Fitness Center will be closed for the Thanksgiving break, Nov. 22 to Nov. 25, to allow everyone to spend time with friends and family.
The SAC Fitness Center will close at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 21, and re-open on Monday, Nov. 26 at 6 a.m.
Happy Thanksgiving from the Department of Recreation & Wellness!
Auxiliary Services Hours for Thanksgiving Break
The Loch Shop and LakerCard Center
Wednesday, Nov. 21: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Thursday/Friday, Nov. 22/23: CLOSED
Resume normal hours, Monday, Nov. 26
Wednesday, Nov. 21:
- Lakeside Dining Hall: Closing at 2 p.m.
- Jazzman’s/Pizza Hut/Subconnection/Simply to Go Closing at 3 p.m.
- Sandella’s: CLOSED
Thursday-Sunday, Nov. 22-25: All locations CLOSED
Sunday, Nov. 25: Sandella’s opens at 4:30 p.m.
All Auxiliary Services locations resume regular hours on Monday, Nov. 26. For regular hours, visit: Loch Shop Hours
Auxiliary Services wishes you a happy and safe Thanksgiving holiday!
No Meal Service During the Thanksgiving Break, Nov. 22 to Nov. 25
There will be no meal service at the Lakeside Dining Hall or Sandella’s during the Thanksgiving break, Nov. 22 to Nov. 25.
The Lakeside Dining Hall will close at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 21, and re-open for breakfast on Monday, Nov. 26. Sandella’s will close at 11 p.m., on Tuesday, Nov. 20 and re-open Sunday, Nov. 25, at 4:30 p.m.
Dining Services wishes you a safe and Happy Thanksgiving!
Applicants Invited for 2013 Georgia International Leadership Conference
Apply for one of six spots to attend the Georgia International Leadership Conference (GILC) this coming Jan. 18, 2013 to Jan. 20, 2013.
The two day, two night student conference brings together 200+ U.S. and international students from around the state for a fun, interactive, service and learning packed weekend. The program fee (including lodging, transportation, five meals and activities) is sponsored by Clayton State Division of Student Affairs and ISSO.
Deadline to apply: Friday, Nov. 30. To apply, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
/drop by UC Room 208 / or call (678) 466-5499.
SAC Fitness Center Locker Rental Notice
For those patrons who are renting locker at the SAC Fitness Center, you have until Dec. 12, (8 p.m.) to clean out your locker. Any locks remaining after that date will be cut and the contents will be stored for 30 days. Unclaimed items will be donated to charity. All contents must be removed for the duration of winter break. We apologize in advance for the inconvenience.
Locker renewals will be available Jan.2, 2013. Please renew early for best selection. For more information, please contact Brandon Marshall at BrandonMarshall@clayton.edu
or (678) 466-4976.
The Loch Shop Fall Customer Service Survey, Open Until Nov. 19
The Loch Shop is always anxious to get feedback about our services from our campus community, and we are opening our annual Fall Customer Service Survey to all Clayton State faculty, staff, and students.
The Loch Shop will be giving a $50 Loch Shop gift card to three lucky respondents chosen at random from those who complete the survey and provide their contact information. Each person who completes the survey and provides a valid email address will be also sent an exclusive Loch Shop Friends & Family coupon good through the holiday season.
Go to: https://claytonstate.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_8jpdvq2wGnk8ftz
Due to the recent “issues” with Qualtrics, the survey will now stay open through Monday, Nov. 19, 2012.
Clayton Community Big Band Presents “Hooked on Basie,” Nov. 26
The Clayton State University Department of Visual and Performing Arts presents the Clayton Community Big Band (CCBB) in “Hooked On Basie” in Spivey Hall on Monday, Nov. 26 at 7:30 p.m. This event is free and open to the public.
“Hooked on Basie” will include popular charts from all decades of Basie's career, including writers Neal Hefti, Quincy Jones, Sammy Nestico, and Bill Holman.
"This is actually the fourth program of 100 percent Count Basie music that the CCBB has held in our twelve years of existence,” says founding and current director Stacey Houghton. “I am surely hooked on Basie, the band can't get enough Basie, and our audiences always enjoy and request Basie; this concert cannot lose! It has been five years since the last all-Basie show, so we are due for another."
Netball Exhibition, Nov. 27
Have you ever wanted to try a new sport? Want to learn how to play netball? The Department of Recreation and Wellness is sponsoring the Netball Association of South Metro Atlanta for an exhibition game played at the Student Activities Center on Tuesday, Nov. 27 at 6 p.m.
Participants will be able to see how the game is played and even learn basic netball fundamentals and techniques from the netball national coach and players. Netball is played in 70 countries by 20 million people, so come check out this up and coming sport!
Loch’s Having a Birthday Party!
That’s right. Clayton State will be celebrating Loch’s birthday from Nov. 26 through Dec. 1. The following celebratory events are planned…
Nov. 26 to Nov. 29
Sign Loch’s birthday card on Main Street in the Baker Center — sponsored by the SGA.
25 percent discount on all Clayton State logo apparel at The Loch Shop – sponsored by The Loch Shop, oddly enough. Get your logo apparel for the Dec. 1 basketball doubleheader.
Friday, Nov. 30
Loch’s birthday party, at 12”15 p.m. in the Baker Center Commons. The Cake will be provided by Dining Services and there’ll be the always-popular photo ops with Loch.
Saturday, Dec. 1
A basketball doubleheader; Clayton State vs. Chowan in the 5:30 p.m. women’s game, and Clayton State vs. Clark Atlanta in the 7:30 p.m. men’s game. There will be special birthday celebration events at the games, including a half-court shot during halftime. One lucky Clayton State fan will have a chance to win a $500 gift card to the Loch Shop! More details to come…
Happy Hour Mocktails, Nov. 30
Come out and enjoy Happy Hour Mocktails with BACCHUS, your neighborhood alcohol awareness organization. Learn new recipes while enjoying non-alcoholic fun.
Friday, Nov. 30, on Main Street in the James M. Baker University Center, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
SBDC to Host “Starting a Business” Workshop at Henry Chamber of Commerce, Dec. 4
Clayton State University’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC) will be hosting its last “Starting a Business” workshop of 2012 on Tuesday, Dec. 4, at the Henry County Chamber of Commerce, 1709 Highway 20 West, McDonough, Ga. The workshop will be held from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
PowerPoint handouts and a book, “How to Start a Business: A Guide for Georgia Entrepreneurs” will be provided.
Although the base cost is $69 per person, additional attendees will get 50 percent off when the first attendee pays full price. In addition, Clayton State students and employees also get 50 percent off. Please contact Heather Chaney at email@example.com
for the discount code before registering. To register, go to: www.georgiasbdc.org
or call (678) 466-5100.