Events and Activities in and around the IU campus this week

What's New IU: Week of 10/15/12-10/21/12

Flashback

  • Football Game vs. Ohio
  • Soccer Game vs. Louisville = Tie [great comeback guys!]
  • Fall Break Fun!

Sports

  • Men’s Soccer

                  Vs. Butler

                           Oct. 16 @ 7:30pm

                  Vs. Michigan

                           Oct. 19 @ 7:30pm

  • Women’s Volleyball

                   Vs. Purdue [that which shall not be named]

                            Oct. 16 @ 8pm

  • Field Hockey

                   Vs. Michigan

                            Oct. 19 @ 4pm

                   Vs. Villanova

                            Oct. 21 @ 12pm noon

  • Women’s Soccer

                    Vs. Minnesota

                            Oct. 19 @ 5pm

                    Vs. Wisconsin

                            Oct. 21 @ 1pm

  • Hoosier Hysteria

                   Sat. Oct 20 @ 7pm

                   Assembly Hall

                  Sit-in on IU Women’s and Men’s Basketball Practice, Hear from Touch Creen, more!

Film

  • IU Cinema

                  Boys Don’t Cry

                        Mon. Oct 15 @ 7pm

                        http://www.cinema.indiana.edu/?post_type=film&p=307

                  Mean Girls

                       Tue. Oct. 16 @ 7pm

                        http://www.cinema.indiana.edu/?post_type=film&p=3079

                 Chicken with Plums

                        Thurs. Oct. 18 @ 6:30pm

                        $3 for students

                        http://www.cinema.indiana.edu/?post_type=film&p=3083

                Beyond the Black Rainbow

                        Fri. Oct. 19 @ 11:59pm

                        $3 tickets

                        http://www.cinema.indiana.edu/?post_type=film&p=3091

                Home Movie Day

                        Sat. Oct. 20 @ 3pm

                        http://www.cinema.indiana.edu/?post_type=film&p=3229

                Unprecedented

                        Sun. Oct. 21 @ 6:30pm

                        http://www.cinema.indiana.edu/?post_type=film&p=3096

  • Union Board Film Series

                 The Dark Knight Rises

                         Thurs, Fri, and Sat.

                         8pm or 11pm

                         http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J9DlV9qwtF0

Clubs/Organizations

  • DECA Call-out

                  7pm Tue. Oct. 16

                  SPEA 275

  • Lambda Pi Eta National Communication Assosciation Honors Society

                   Watch and Discuss the Second Presidential Debate

                   Free Pizza

                   Open to all CMCL Majors

                  Tue. Oct. 16 @ 8:30-10:30pm

  • Japanese Conversation Club

                  Oct. 17 @ 5:30pm

                 Wilkie Quad C Formal Lounge

  • A Walk In Her Shoes

                 Sat. Oct. 20 @ 1pm

                 An event to increase awareness about domestic violence

                 Fun relay race down north Jordan in high heels

                 Sponsored by Alpha Chi Omega

Culture

  • Wind Ensemble, Symphonic Band, and Concert Band

                Oct. 17 @ 8pm

                2nd floor in Auer Hall

                http://music.indiana.edu/events/?e=12349

  • FNECC Craft Night and Potluck Dinner

                  Oct. 18 @ 6pm

                  FNECC Weatherly Hall 203

                  fnecc@indiana.edu

  • Small is Big – E M Saniga Lecture

                 Oct. 16-19 @ 5pm

                 Hear artists describe their masterpieces

                 Woodburn Hall room 101

                Grunwald@indiana.edu

  • Theatre Circle Lecture: From the Page to the Stage, Shakespeare's RICHARD III – Theatre and Drama Professor will hold a lecture on this topic

                  Oct. 18 @ 5:30pm

                  Lee Norvelle Theatre & Drama Center/Marcellus Neal & Frances Marshall Black Culture Center

                  http://www.indiana.edu/~thtr/index.shtml

  • 13th Annual Conference of the Central Eurasian Studies Society Keynote Address: Central Asia—Great Gain, Not a Great Game

                  Oct. 18 @ 4:15pm

                  IMU Whittenberger Auditorium

                  http://centraleurasia.org/conference-programs/

  • Cultural Coffee Hours [weekly gathering]

                 Oct. 19 @ 4pm

                Teter Quad

                Celebrate and learn about diverse cultures

  • The Merry Widow – IU Opera Theatre

                Oct. 19 @ 8pm

                Musical Arts Center

               $10-$27 for student tickets

               http://www.music.indiana.edu/operaballet/merrywidow

In Bloomington

  • Bloomingtone Music Festival

                  Fri. Oct. 19 – Sat. Oct. 20

                  Bloomingtone.com

  • The APR Cypher Rap Battle

                 Bear’s Place

                 Fri. Oct 19 @ 10pm

                 $5

  • 45th Annual Hilly Bicycle Tour

                 Edgewood High School

                 Fri. Oct 19

                 www.hillyhundred.org

  • Bloomington’s Breast Cancer Awareness Walk

                Sat. Oct. 20 @ 8:30am

               City Hall

               http://www.visitbloomington.com/includes/redirects/webcount.cfm?eventDateID=54140

  • Dark Carnival Film Festival

               Sat. Oct. 20 @ 2pm and Sun. Oct. 21 @ 6pm

               Buskirk-Chumley Theatre

               Showing the best independent, horror, sci-fi, and fantasy films

               www.buskirkchumley.org

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Ashley MartinezEntrepreneurship and Nonprofit Management Major, Class of 2016, Las Vegas, NV

From the desert to the land of rain and greenery, introducing........ Ashley Martinez!!!! *wooooaaahhhh, the crowd goes wild*

If it isn't obvious already, I'm a goofball. I love to have fun, try everything, and learn about anything. I'm a member of the IU Ballroom Dancing Club and Team, the Philanthropy and Community Service Director for KLLC Bryan 2, Soprano in SPC^2, and a MORE Ambassador.

I'm also fortunate enough to be a Fry Scholar and a Hudson and Holland Scholar. Thank you IU!!!

During my time here at IU, I hope to meet a ton of amazing people, try as many different things as possible, study abroad in as many different places as I can, and intern with a different nonprofit every summer. Afterwards, I hope to be accepted into the Masters International Program through SPEA in partnership with the Peace Corps (studying Nonprofit Management). The end goal...start my own nonprofit organization called C.H.A.N.C.E., which is based on the community service club I founded two years ago at my high school (Green Valley High School). Check it out: http://www.gvchance.weebly.com

P.S. I'm actually from Henderson, but since no one in the midwest knows where that is......it's a suburb of Las Vegas. I live literally 10 minutes from the strip.