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    Student activities 2012-13
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  • Enviromental Stewardship- soccer
  • RA's posing during move in
  • Football helps students move in

 What's happening on campus

CHAPEL
Thursday Oct. 30, 11 a.m.
“Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness”  Matthew 5:6
4th in series, “The Kingdom of God and the Hunger Games”
Ben Stuckey, Religious Director, Bethesda Lutheran Communities

Mission and service fair
Thursday, Oct. 30, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Representatives from various mission and service organizations will be at tables in the Marbeck Center to talk to students.

Fall play - get your tickets today!
Tickets are available for Bluffton University’s fall production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning “The Skin of Our Teeth,” by Thornton Wilder. Student tickets are free and can be reserved online here or at the box office located at the Marbeck Center information desk.  For assistance with tickets, contact the box office at 419-358-3239.

Learn & Earn Student Session
Wednesday Nov. 5, 9:45 p.m., Stutzman Lecture Hall
Shari Ayers will present the session on “I Can Put That On My Resume?”  Students will learn how to connect their on-campus job to their future professional career.  Participants will also receive an e-certificate of attendance for their on-line career portfolio. Students in attendance will be instructed to include this hour on their timesheet.  We will offer door prizes and will award a pizza party to the residence hall floor with the most students in attendance. 

SERVE in Detroit over fall break
Seven students worked in Detroit over fall break, gutting and sanitizing basements of homes that were flooded during the rain/flood of August 2014. See images here >>>

Brass Players Wanted
Musicians are sought to perform in a large brass choir to open the Christmas Concert. Students, faculty, staff members, and administrators are all welcome. Please contact Mark Suderman for more information.

Samaritan's Feet - This Saturday
The Community Service Initiative for the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Football Programs is Samaritan’s Feet.  One game a year, each HCAC Football Program designates a home contest to be their Samaritan’s Feet Game.  Bluffton’s contest is this Saturday, October 25 vs Manchester. Samaritan’s Feet provides shoes and socks to a person in need. Support Samaritan’s Feet by donating new shoes, socks, or by giving monetarily at the concession stand at Saturday’s ball game, or at Chris Gable’s desk in the Sommer Center.  Samaritan’s Feet wristbands are also available for purchase for $10 at both locations. Organization website >>>

Beavers All
Stephanie Greggila

College and a subsequent internship took Stephanie Greggila away from her native northwest Ohio. But her new job has brought her back, as an assistant athletic trainer in charge of volleyball, men’s and women’s cross country and track and field, and men’s basketball at Bluffton.

>>>Stephanie's Story

Fall Play

fall play

By the Skin of Our Teeth
Oct. 30, 31 and Nov. 1 at 7:30 p.m.
Nov. 2 at 2:30 p.m.
Ramseyer Auditorium in College Hall
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SERVE in Detroit

SERVE in Detroit

Seven students worked in Detroit over fall break, gutting and sanitizing basements of homes that were flooded during the rain/flood of August 2014. See images here >>>

BEAVERS ALL

Stephanie Greggila

But her new job has brought Stephanie Greggila back to NW Ohio, as an assistant athletic trainer in charge of volleyball, cross country, track and field, and men’s basketball. >>>more