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The Weekly News - Archive

December 11, 2017

Honors News

Semester Honors Summary Forms are Due!

Semester Honors Summary Forms are due by the last day of the fall semester. Please submit your forms to the UHP Offices in 390 Northrop as soon as you're able.

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Other News and Opportunities

Extended Library Hours in Effect

Feeling overwhelmed? Need a quiet place to study for exams? Decompress with the Stress Busters events at libraries across campus. And don't forget: Walter, Wilson, and the Bio-Medical Library have 24/7 library access through 6pm on December 21st!

CLA Internship Scholarship

The College of Liberal Arts offers $2000 internship scholarships for CLA students who will be working in an unpaid internship. Students whose unpaid internships take place during spring semester must apply online by Wednesday, January 31.

Apply for the National Student Exchange

The National Student Exchange (NSE) gives students the opportunity to exchange to another campus in the USA or Canada for a semester or a full year. Most students pay U of M tuition to attend their exchange school, making it an affordable option to get an exchange experience. Students can choose from schools in Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico, or cities including Boston, New York City, New Orleans, Memphis, Colorado Springs, Las Vegas, and San Francisco. The priority deadline is February 21, 2018, so you have time to check out the program options over winter break.

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Campus and Community Events

Tuesday: Shakespeare Scenes

Tuesday, 7:30pm, Rarig Center, Stoll Thrust Theatre: The Department of Theatre Arts and Dance presents an evening of Shakespeare scenes featuring University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theatre BFA Actor Training Program sophomores. Performances will include scenes from the Taming of the Shrew, Henry VI, Much Ado About Nothing, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Othello, and other Shakespeare works. This event is free and open to the public.

Wednesday: 200 Years After Austen—Celebrating Jane

Wednesday, 7pm, Coffman Union President's Room: You're invited to party like it's 1817 and join the Department of English for a tribute to Jane Austen's continuing cultural significance. This celebration will include Austen-themed trivia, a murder mystery, whist, and other games, as well as music, a short talk, and refreshments. All are welcome to this free event.

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