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SUB Presents: Cookie Decorating


Occurs Oct. 12, 2016

Location Havener Atrium

Contact Hadley Bjerke (hb4zd@mst.edu)

Organization Student Union Board

Website http://sub.mst.edu/

Cookies! Sprinkles! Frosting! Other stuff! Satsify your sweet tooth and unleash your inner chef with SUB. On October 12 from 11 to 1 in the Havener Atrium we will be decorating cookies! What's a better way to beat the midday slump?

Engineers Without Borders Day of the Dead 5K


Occurs Oct. 28, 2016

Location Meramec Vineyards

Contact Emily Echele (eaegf8@mst.edu)

Organization Engineers Without Borders

Website http://ewb.mst.edu/

Get ready for Engineers Without Borders’ Day of the Dead 5K Run on Saturday, October 29, 2016! This 5K is sponsored by and held at Meramec Vineyards in St. James. The run begins at the winery and goes over gentle rolling roads ending in the vineyard. Profits from the 5K run will go to Engineers Without Borders (EWB) Missouri University of Science and Technology (S&T) Student Chapter. EWB S&T works to bring clean water to four communities located in Guatemala, Honduras, and Bolivia.

Early bird prices if you register before October 29th or day of prices on October 29th. For more information on the 5K please visit Engineers Without Borders Day of the Dead 5K on Facebook or go to Engineers Without Borders MST (ewb.met.edu) or call Meramec Vineyards 573-265-7847.

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare, Abridged.


Occurs Oct. 2, 2016

Location Castleman Hall, 143, The Blackbox

Contact Daniel Sloan (dcshw2@mst.edu)

Organization Alpha Psi Omega

Come one, come all, to "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare, Abridged!" This raunchy new take on Shakespeare will have you and your friends clutching your sides with laughter. Witness Romeo and Juliet the way only a modern troupe with lots of bad props and no money could present it.. See Helmet- oops, Hamlet, the way you've never seen it before. Tickets are available by reservation by emailing Shelly Morgan at smorgan@mst.edu. The show will be in Castleman Hall, 143, the Blackbox, September 29th, September 30th, and October 1st at 7pm with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. A matinee will also be showing at 2 p.m. on October 2nd, with doors opening at 1:30 p.m. Thank you, and may the Bard be with you.

Vintage St. Pat's Sweatshirt Sales


Occurs Oct. 15, 2016

Location Outside of the Library

Contact Tallis Lockos (tfl6x2@mst.edu)

Organization St. Pat's Board

Website https://stpats.mst.edu/

Don't have a St. Pat's sweatshirt?! Where have you been, living under a (sham)rock? Come by the BEST EVER ST. PAT'S Sales box outside of the Curtis Laws Wilson library every Friday between 9am-4pm and get yours today! Vintage Sales will be going on everyday until October 14 of homecoming weekend.

Letters Home


Occurs Sept. 28, 2016

Location Leach Theatre

Contact 573-341-4219 (leach@mst.edu)

Organization Leach Theatre

Website http://leachtheatre.mst.edu/events/16-17/lettershome/

Letters Home, performed by the Griffin Theatre Company, puts the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq front and center by bringing to life actual letters written by soldiers serving in the Middle East. This play gives audiences a powerful portrait of the soldiers’ experiences while deployed and separated from family and loved ones.

Capitol Steps


Occurs Oct. 24, 2016

Location Leach Theatre

Contact 573-341-4219 (leach@mst.edu)

Organization Leach Theatre

Website http://leachtheatre.mst.edu/events/16-17/capitolsteps/

Capitol Steps is a comedy group that performs skits mocking the current political climate. No matter who or what is in the headlines, you can bet the Capitol Steps will tackle both sides of the political spectrum and all things equally foolish. What more would you expect from the group that puts the "MOCK" in Democracy?!

Free tickets for the first 50 S&T Students

AFS Open Foundry


Occurs Oct. 1, 2016

Location McNutt 244 (Foundry)

Contact Jacob Belke (jabfhd@mst.edu)

Organization American Foundry Society

Website https://orgsync.com/66148/chapter

All students and faculty are invited to attend the American Foundry Society’s Open Foundry on Saturday, October 1st from 9 AM – 1 PM in the McNutt Foundry (McNutt Hall 244). Foam blocks will be available on both October 1st from 9 AM to 11 AM as well as September 30th from 12 PM to 1 PM for those who want to get an early start on carving an object of your choosing to be cast in aluminum for free! There will be free pizza and soda at noon. For more information contact Jacob Belke at jabfhd@mst.edu.

Petition to Reduce Overcrowding at Missouri S&T


Occurs May 31, 2017

Location Campuswide

Contact Jonathan Jarvis (jlj998@mst.edu)

Organization

Website https://www.change.org/p/missouri-s-t-administration-reduce-overcrowding-at-missouri-s-t?recruiter=439096810&utm_source=petitions_show_components_action_panel_wrapper&utm_medium=copylink

With increasingly large student enrollment, Missouri University of Science and Technology is becoming more and more crowded. This is leading to many problems, among those being the large wait times at on-campus dining options and a lack of parking.The students of Missouri S&T would like the university administration to look into rectifying these problems.
The solutions to these problems would include: increased parking availability around campus, more on-campus dining options or extended dining hours for the current options, and perhaps, in extreme circumstances--requiring stricter entrance standards.
A petition to solve these problems is currently being drawn up. Contact Jonathan Jarvis at jlj998@mst.edu for more information.

SUB Laughfest Featuring Demetri Martin


Occurs Oct. 15, 2016

Location Gale Bullman Multi Purpose Bldg

Contact Scottie Thomas (sstqn9@mst.edu)

Organization Student Union Board

Website http://sub.mst.edu/

SUB presents Demetri Martin, performing for the students of Missouri S&T Friday October 14th at 8pm. This event will be open to both students and the general public. For more information on the event and tickets go to SUB.mst.edu


You can find more events at the Missouri S&T Calendar

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