Student Org Shout-Out

Monday, March 17th

OwlCappella EP Release Concert

March 29th at 7:30pm

Rock Hall (Broad and Cecil B. Moore)

Come join OwlCappella for a night of song to celebrate the release of our second EP "Out of the Nest!" The concert is completely free and guaranteed fun, and we'll have EPs and T shirts for sale! We will feature songs by Katy Perry, Beyonce, Paramore, and many more! We will also be welcoming the Outskirts from Haverford College and the Sea Sharps from Monmouth University to sing with us! Hope to see you there!

New Organization - Sustainable Growth Initiative

Hunger. War. Teenage pregnancy. Overpopulation. Inflation. Illiteracy. Epidemics (HIV/AIDS) .

These are only a few of the world’s problems. Getting involved with the Sustainable Growth Initiative is a small and easy step you can take towards tackling some of them.

The (SGI) is a platform for students just like you, to learn about underdeveloped regions in the world from a uniquely local perspective, plan and acquire the resources and funding necessary to establish a sustainable project in that region to improve the quality of life of the people. This is a great way to gain the skills and experience required to solve current world problems.

If you’re interested in joining this awesome team of folks learning to make the world a better place, then shoot an email to

Exercise Science Association - CPR Certification

We will be hosting a CPR Certification on March 19 - there are 6 spots left. The certification will cost $45.00 and you can e-mail Lori Moore at or Diana Crespo at if you are interested.

The next meeting will be Wednesday March 19th at 5 pm in the HGSC Cinema. The certification will occur after this general body meeting. Any and all interested Kinesiology students are welcome!

Temple Economics Society - Meeting Dates

Every Friday, 12:00 to 12:50 PM

Alter Hall, Room 238

The Temple Economics Society is a Student Professional Organization committed to offering students the opportunity to gain a better understanding of the economics discipline while providing a forum for discussion of specific issues of interest and the exploration of future career possibilities. Our goal is to bring together students with like interests in the field of economics to develop both analytical and qualitative professional skills. We are planning many great events that will broaden the learning experience by incorporating real world guest speakers, group trips to economic/financial establishments, and career networking opportunities. We meet every Friday in Alter 238 from 12:00-12:50 p.m. You do not have to be an Economics major to join. We also have free pizza at our meetings, as well!

We hope to see you there!

Promote Your Org!

If you want your organization's event to appear on the next Shout-Out, just email by 5:00 every other Friday. BThe next Shout-Out will be sent out on Monday, March 31st. If you have any events you would like to advertise in the Shout-Out, please be sure that 1) they take place on or after March 31st, and 2) we are notified of them ahead of time.