Take a look at the 2019 Black History Month events happening throughout February across all campuses!
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The Office of Career Services has some outstanding upcoming sales for The Professional Closet: Beginning Feb. 11: “Men’s Suit Mondays” and “Women’s Suit Wednesdays.” EVERY Monday a men’s suit (plus 1 accessory) can be purchased for $5 and EVERY Wednesday a women’s suit (plus 1 accessory) can be purchased for only $5! “Buy 1, Get 1 Free” sale – purchase an item and get another one at the same cost for FREE!
New Media and Communication students in Cochran worked with MGA Knights baseball players to hold Media Day on Thursday, January 25. The goal of Media Day is to allow NMAC students to practice their PR/Media and production skills in a hands-on atmosphere while helping the MGA Knights baseball team gain exposure.
All MGA Campus Stores are having a Nike sale! Customers can save 40% off on all non-clearance Nike items through Friday, February 15th. Customers can shop in-store or online.
#WeChallengeU to give blood on February 20th at the Red Cross Blood Drive. The event will take place on the Warner Robins Campus in the Oak Hall Lobby from 10:00 A.M. – 3:00 P.M. All presenting donors will receive a We Challenge U t-shirt while supplies last! Please email Tammy Bearden to register. Calling all potential donors to consider participating during this urgent time of need! Sponsor code: MGSU
Bring a date and enjoy a steak! Stone Steakhouse will be serving a special steak dinner on the Cochran and Macon campuses for students and their dates on Valentine’s Day.
Career Services hosted Goal-Setting Vision Board parties on all 5 campuses as an awesome kick-off to the new semester. A few scissors, glue sticks, stickers, and old magazines added excitement to what could otherwise be a stressful process of developing short and long-term academic, personal, and career goals. After completing the visual representation of their Continue reading
A couple of weeks back I blogged about education and democracy. This blog is part two, in a sense, and is much more immediate and concrete.
The English Studies Organization is proud to announce the return of the Academic Writing Boot Camp! This – by students/for students – event will take place March 1st in the Writing Center (TEB 226) on the Macon Campus and will serve as a general introduction to the riveting world of academic writing. Since space is limited, please RSVP to Benjamin Fincher by February 22nd.