Sept. 27 - Oct. 3
Campus Activities Board to Meet
CAB Meeting on Sept. 30 at 1:00 in Galvin Hall 066
Other topics to discuss:
- fall dance - Oct 9 tentative date?
- fall community service project
- spring events
Contact Amy Livchak at email@example.com for more information.
If you have an interested in trying out for the 2016 Barons Golf Team this spring, you can play a FREE round of golf at Hawthorne Hills Golf Course. You will be able to play on October 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9, but only one round of golf. All you have to do is show your student ID card from either Rhodes State College or Ohio State Lima.
Please stop in at the pro shop when you arrive so you can put your name, e-mail and phone number on a sign-up sheet Jim Maley (Golf Coach) can contact you about trying out for Baron Golf Team next spring.
You might want to call ahead to make a tee-time at the Pro Shop (419)221-1891. Hawthorne Hills is located at 1000 East Fetter Road. This is a great opportunity to play a free round of golf.
Need help writing your personal statement for Rhodes Foundation Scholarships?
Oct. 14th and 28th: 2 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Nov. 4th and 18th: 2 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Get help revising a draft, generating ideas, proofreading, and much more!
Student Organizations Updates
The Indie Alternative Music Club
Rhodes SADHA Club Fundraiser
Train of Thought -- Rhodes State College’s Print Literary Journal & Creative Writing Club updates:
Important Dates Fall 2015
Mon, Oct 26 from 6:00-7:30pm Open Mic at Lima Public Library -- Downstairs in the Auditorium
Fri, Nov 13 Deadline for Submissions. Send your poetry, prose, and visual art to
Thurs, Dec 3 from 4:00-5:00 Open Mic and Book Release in Galvin Hall Game Room
Social Work Club Bonfire
Date: Oct. 6 Time: 9:00 pm
Location: Campfire near the OSU observatory and baseball field.
Cinema in the Cellar presents: Inside Out
Show times: 10:00 am, 12:45 pm. 3:30 pm and 7:00 pm
Sponsored by the Student Activities Office.
National Depression Screening Day
Thursday, Oct. 8th, 10am-2pm
Galvin Hall 107
Take 20 minutes out of your day to participate in NDSD to raise awareness of Mental Health issues and check out Ohio State Lima's Counseling Services offices!
Thursday, Oct 8 10:00 - 2:00 in GA 107
Ask your professors if you can earn extra credit for participating in the event!!
CUBA IN AN ERA OF CHANGE – A LECTURE BY ELAINE DIAZ
Cuban blogger Elaine Díaz
When: 3:30 p.m., Tues., Sept. 29, 2015,
Location: Martha W. Farmer Theatre for the Performing Arts
The U.S. and Cuba formally ended more than a half-century of estrangement, formally re-establishing relations severed at the height of the Cold War. But the symbolism of an embassy ceremony could not conceal deep, lingering conflicts between the nations. In the past months, Presidents Obama and Castro announced the reestablishment of diplomatic relations, freed political prisoners and sat together at the Summit of the Americas opening a new era for opportunities for travel and trade. Although we can expect tough negotiations on human rights, the Guantánamo base and the lift of the embargo, some signs of collaboration are emerging in areas as health care, natural disasters prevention and drug control. But, what does this thaw mean for the Cuban people living in the island? How would it impact the almost 2 million Cuban currently living in the US? What would an opening to Cuba mean to the U.S. economy and what travelers from the U.S. could expect from the island? And, how the change of policy is improving the U.S standing in Latin America?
Elaine Díaz is a Cuban blogger, journalist and former professor at the University of Havana where she taught courses focusing on digital journalism, communication, technology and society, and alternative journalism on the web from 2008 until 2015. She has written about digital communication, technology infrastructure and the digital divide for Cuban and international outlets. From 2010 to 2012, Díaz worked as part of the local government of her municipality. Díaz is the sole Cuban author for Global Voices and has blogged for La Polemica Digital (The Digital Controversy) about social problems and the politics of online expression in Cuba. She completed an MA in communications in 2014 at the University of Havana. She studied the current state of the Cuban blogosphere and its possibilities to promote processes of public deliberation and consensus-building. Díaz was part of the Draper Hills Summer Fellows Class of 2014 and she was a fellow at the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University from 2014 until 2015. As part of her fellowship, she launched an independent media outlet in Cuba called Periodismo de Barrio, where she is currently the editor in chief.