Pumpkins, Pies, Parades, and Prize!

Howdy Folks! Welcome back this week after shaking the snow off of your boots after that chilly Thanksgiving break! What was your favorite part of Thanksgiving? Be the first to respond to this by emailing commuterservices@messiah.edu to receive a Sweet Frog giftcard!

Commuting Students had a great time at the Thanksgiving Potluck, thank you everyone who came out to celebrate!

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Christmas Party!!!

Do you like decorating cookies? Have an ugly Christmas Sweater?

Coming soon is the Commuter Christmas Party which will take place on December 2nd, right before the Christmas Coffeehouse in the Larsen Student Union. Please be sure to come and bring some non-commuting friends too! #bethereorbesquare

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Impact Venture Challenge Kickoff

Calling all students interested in entrepreneurship!

December 6th in the Student Union at 7pm is the Kick-off event of the Impact Venture Challenge. The Impact Venture Challenge is a business plan competition for student entrepreneurs offering direct access to the resources they need to succeed in business regardless of major. That’s right, you can enter no matter your major!

5 second version: IVC Kick-off, December 6th at 7pm in the Student Union.

 

Todd Allen: Collaboratory special speaker:

All students and employees are invited to the Collaboratory Discipleship Community on Monday, December 3, at 6:00pm in Frey 110 (Alexander Auditorium). Dr. Todd Allen, Special Assistant to the President and Provost for Diversity Affairs and Professor of Communication will speak on the topic of “Fostering Justice”.

Murray Library Presents…

Library Thing

 

(From the Department of Safety) For Commuters ESPECIALLY:

Pedestrians:

If you are walking on or around campus, please remember to use sidewalks and crossawalks, whenever possible. when walking along roadways where no sidewalks or footpaths exist, remember to walk facing oncoming vehicles

Drivers:

The speed limit is 15 mph; please adhere to it.  Pedestrians in crosswalks, sight impaired or handicapped individuals have the right of way. Watch for other vehicles pulling or backing out of parking spots.

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