Friday, 4/11/2014
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  SGA 'The Hunt for TJ' trivia contest
In celebration of Founder's Day, the SGA is hosting 'The Hunt for TJ' trivia contest this week. Two questions will be provided daily with clues via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. The first student with correct answer returned to the SGA Office wins a prize. For more information, contact Dakota Hill at or 276-376-3438.

1:00pm [1:00pm]CSD Cookies, Cocoa and Careers
Career Services in the Center for Student Development will host a Cookies, Cocoa and Careers event -- Secret Service -- today at 1 pm in the Cantrell Gladeville Room. For more information, contact Neva Bryan at or 276-328-0126.

[1:00pm]SGA: Weekly Meeting
The Student Government Association meets each Friday at 1 pm in the Dogwood Room on the 5th floor of the Slemp Student Center. All meetings are open to the public. For more information, contact President Dakota Hill at **NOTE: Meeting location is changed on Jan. 31 (Cantrell Banquet Hall) and Mar. 21 (Chapel of All Faiths).**

4:00pm [4:30pm]SGA Senate & HC Election Petitions deadline
Completed petitions for 2014-2015 Student Government Association Senate and Honor Court positions are due by 4:30 pm today to either the SGA Office or the Student Life Office. For more information contact SGA Advisor Jewell Worley (, SGA President Dakota Hill ( or HC Chair Nate Large (

5:00pm [5:00pm]SSC Summer Job applications due
Applications for currents students interested in working with the Slemp Student Center, including Conferences & Events, Wellness Center and the Greear Pool, must submit an application by 5 pm today. For more information, contact Julie Scott at 276-376-1000 or Application available at

8:00pm [8:00pm]"Angels in America: Millenium Approaches"
•"A Gay Fantasia on National Themes" by Tony Kushner. •Winnner of the 1993 Pulizer Prize for Drama •A story of political and personal power, destruction and redemption in the AIDS crisis of 1980's America. •This play contains mature content dealing explicitly with complex human questions about sexuality, orientations, moralities and political power. •April 11, 12, 17, 18, 19, @ 8PM •April 13 @ 2PM ◦All performances in the theater of the Gilliam Center for the Arts ◦Tickets are free for UVa-Wise Students, Staff, and Faculty ◦Tickets are 5$ for the general public of all ages ◦Tickets are sold beginning 30 minutes prior to showtime and are issued on a first come/first serve basis. Tickets may not be reserved by the general public.

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