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Win a Signed Copy of “It’s Always Sunny!”

19 Sep

The Cherry&What? is having a contest! They’re giving away a signed DVD package of It’s always sunny season 4! WHAT?! How’d they obtain that, and why are the giving it away?

The Rules:

We want video submissions from you guys, no more than 10 minutes long, showing you and your gang doing a sunny-esque plot at Temple.

The deadline is first 10 entries, or Halloween, whichever comes first. If you have a camera and want to be creative, GO FOR IT, and make Peabody proud!

Peabody is looking for a Resident Fashion Designer!!

19 Sep

We want t-shirts for our residents at Peabody!! 🙂 But none of the Ra’s are art students 😦

SO WE WANT YOU help! Create a design for our Res’ Hall T-shirts and become famous— we’ll put your work online for everyone to see!

We’ll possibly even throw you some diamond dollars, too, if our budget allows for it.

Well, probably not..

…our budgets has been slashed by lots!

… but maybe 😉

Send submissions to Matt at MattP@temple.edu

Get Protected

19 Sep

As The Temple News reported, TU cannot test everyone for swine!


So, as The Cherry&What? explains, get vaccinated!

Flu shots, get your flu shots here!! Got a TU ID? Get a free seasonal flu shot. Congratulations everyone, swine flu came, people panicked, and we get free flu shots from it. Couldn’t have done it without ya, mass media. Monday, September 21, and Tuesday, September 22 from 8-12 at one of the three listed locations.

2009 ARTISTS AS EDUCATORS ANNUAL ART EXHIBITION

16 Sep

OPENING RECEPTION  –  17 September, 7 p.m.

Featuring artwork produced by artists and educators enrolled in the M. Ed. Program at Tyler School of Art.
Stella Elkins Tyler Galleries,   17 September – 27 September
Tyler School of Art, 2001 N. 13th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19122

For more information contact Liza Dolmetsch, 215.777.9267, liza.dolmetsch@temple.edu

You Can’t Afford to Drink

13 Sep

According to a revised edition of the student code of conduct,

Minimum Mandatory Sanctions for Alcohol and Drug violations:
First Finding of Responsibility:
• Notification of parent(s)/guardian(s) regarding violation(s)
• Mandatory participation in Temple University’s Drug and Alcohol
Offense Program (DAO). Completion of the appropriately assigned
track(s). A student who fails to satisfy the sanction requirement in the
specified time may incur an additional $50 fine and will be charged
with an additional violation of the Code of Conduct.
• Disciplinary probation for a minimum of 15 weeks, not to exceed 20
weeks.
• Fine of $250
Second Finding of Responsibility:
• Notification of parent(s)/guardian(s) regarding violation(s)
• Individual alcohol and drug assessment with DAO program staff and
completion of the appropriately assigned track(s). A student who fails
to satisfy the sanction requirement in the specified time may incur an
additional $50 fine and will be charged with an additional violation of
the Code of Conduct.
• Extension of disciplinary probation by a minimum of 15 weeks with a
maximum to be determined by the panel. This extension of
disciplinary probation may begin when the initial disciplinary
probation ends.
• Fine of $700
• Possible Suspension/Expulsion from the residence halls

Minimum Mandatory Sanctions for Alcohol and Drug violations:

First Finding of Responsibility:

• Notification of parent(s)/guardian(s) regarding violation(s)

• Mandatory participation in Temple University’s Drug and Alcohol

Offense Program

• Fine of $250

Second Finding of Responsibility:

• Notification of parent(s)/guardian(s) regarding violation(s)

• Individual alcohol and drug assessment with DAO program staff and

completion of the appropriately assigned track(s).

• Fine of $700

• Possible Suspension/Expulsion from the residence halls

That $700 is a lot of Saxby mid-day coffees. Save yourself the humiliation and the money. Don’t drink.

Program: Laundry Bingo!

8 Sep

Tuesday at 8:30 in the lounge, go to laundry bingo and win cool prizes!!

We <3 Our Art Students!

7 Sep

Residents,

You are allowed to use aerosol, spray-paint, fixatives and any other approved supplies for your art projects ONLY in the designated basement art studio.

Remember to turn on the ventilation fan located on the rear wall near the ceiling windows next to the mural. Keep in mind that residents are not allowed to spray paint or paint on any walls or university furnishing.

Residents should always use protected measures to ensure that any of the aforementioned products do not leak through to damage floors, furniture, etc