Feb. 7 - Feb. 13
Cinema in the Cellar: Ant Man
Cinema in the Cellar: Ant Man
10 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 2:40 p.m., and 5 p.m., Thur., Feb. 11, 2016, Galvin Game Room
A con artist named Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) gets a shot at redemption when his mentor (Michael Douglas) asks him to protect a superpowered suit. Donning the stunning technology, which shrinks him down to minuscule size, he fights off villains seeking to steal the invention, and organizes a heist that could save the world. Peyton Reed directs this high-octane superhero flick.
Free movie and free popcorn.
Cinema in the Cellar: Ant Man 10 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 2:40 p.m., and 5 p.m., Thur., Feb. 11, 2016, GA Game Room
FREE Tickets and transportation for nine students for A Conversation with Dr. Bennet Omalu on Feb. 18. Please rsvp to Amy for a seat on the van. mailto:email@example.com
We will leave at 5:30 p.m and return to Lima around 11:00 p.m.
A Conversation with Dr. Bennet Omalu – inspiration behind the movie Concussion
Time: Thursday, Feb. 18, 2016 7:30 PM
Location: Archie M. Griffin Ballroom, Ohio Union
Tickets are now available 2 per BuckID - current OSU Columbus campus and regional campus students, faculty, staff.
As chronicled in the recent film Concussion (starring Will Smith), Dr. Bennet Omalu’s story is one of great triumph in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds. Born in 1968 in Eastern Nigeria during the civil war, his family lived as refugees, his town under constant fire by the Nigerian Air Force. Despite suffering war-related under-nutrition in the first two years of his life, Omalu would go on to attend medical school at age 15 and become a physician by age 21.
In 2002, Dr. Omalu made a career breakthrough when he became the first doctor to discover and identify chronic brain damage as a major factor in the deaths of some professional athletes. He called the disease Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE), which he first discovered as the result of an autopsy he performed on Mike Webster—one of the best Centers in NFL history. “Iron Mike”, the legendary Pittsburgh Steeler and Hall of Famer, died at age 50, his brain revealing something doctors had never seen before. Within five years of reporting on Webster’s case, Dr. Omalu went on to identify CTE in eight more deceased NFL players. He was also the first to discover CTE in military veterans diagnosed with PTSD, as well as professional wrestlers. But his findings were summarily dismissed—and even ridiculed—by his professional peers, the NFL, and the sports industry. The NFL even made a concerted effort to retract Dr. Omalu’s published papers. But he stood his ground in search of the truth.
Today, CTE has become generally accepted and Dr. Omalu’s findings have revolutionized neuroscience, sports medicine and safety, the study of all types of brain trauma, and the entire sports industry. His story and life has been immortalized in the critically acclaimed film Concussion released earlier this winter.
Taste of OSU Trip!
Hello Lima Students,
The Lima Campus will be providing free transportation to and from the Taste of OSU on February 19th, 2016.
• Please reserve a seat with firstname.lastname@example.org
• Limited seating available. First come, first serve.
• Vans will leave from front of Galvin Hall at 3:30pm on 02/19/16.
• Vans will return to the Lima Campus before 11pm.
The Office of International Affairs, along with more than 30 Ohio State student organizations and Student Life Dining Services chefs, are coming together to prepare an evening of international food, exhibits and cultural performances for the campus community at Taste of OSU 2016, which is set for Friday, February 19 from 5 - 9 p.m. in the Ohio Union.
The event is free and open to all Ohio State students, faculty, staff, alumni, family and friends. Tickets to purchase small samplings of international foods cost $1 each (Cash and BuckID only). The student organizations will prepare foods with an international flavor that are characteristic of their home countries.
The evening will be highlighted by the international foods, cultural exhibits and performances presented by the student organizations. A wide range of student organizations and university departments come together in support of this Ohio State Signature Event, which last year attracted close to 4,000 people.
STUDENT ORGANIZATION UPDATES
CAB meets on Wednesdays at 12:40 p.m. and the Due Drop In (There is always something to prep or promote on campus so "Due Drop In" and help!) or sub committee meetings are on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2:30 p.m in GA 066. All students are welcome to join CAB. The leadership experience with CAB is a great opportunity for everyone - Don't miss out with meeting new friends and learning great skills.
Keep an eye out for the next Murder Mystery Night! Date TBA. This photo is from 2015 Murder Mystery night! Join CAB now!
Campus Activities Board
Events planned and promoted by Students on the Lima Campus! Join CAB now!
The Mechanical Bull At Spring Fest 2016
From Bull Riding to a Talent Show the Lima Campus will have an opportunity to show off many talents. Join CAB now!
The Healthy Buckeyes Presents the Valentine's Cutie Sale
ASU (Hershey's) Kissing Booth
Alpha Sigma Upsilon
Meet Tuesday's At 5:30 in Student Services Center
Hershey's Kissing Booth
Feb. 11: Join us in the Galvin Lobby from 10-3 to get your sorority (Hershey's) Kisses.
Check out the Bulletin Board in Ga lobby to sign up for RUSH. Contact Sarah
Hershey's Kissing Booth
Social Work Club meeting
Newman Student Outreach
Newman Student Outreach meetings will be held in 318 GA on Wednesdays at 12:30. If any student is interested in joining stop by the room.
"The Gamer's Guild meets every Friday from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. in 246 Galvin Hall.
We run several events throughout the year and we have Card Games, Board games, Anime and Video Games. There many different people in our group that like to discuss any kind of game or cartoon - Join the Fun with the Gamer's Guild. Hope to see you there!"
The Business Club will be meeting Tuesdays, in GA 135 at 2:00 p.m.
Bible Club Meetings for Spring 2016
Voter Registration Drive
Millennials have just surpassed baby boomers as the largest segment of the voting population, and we have the chance to make a major impact in this election! But, we have to actually vote.
So, how do you get registered? At a campus-wide Voter Registration Drive, of course!
When: February 9, 10, and 11; 10am-2pm
Where: Galvin Hall, Reed Hall and Life and Sciences Building
Registering to vote takes five minutes or less, and is the easiest thing you can do to make a difference in your world.
**If you would like to volunteer to help register voters, please contact April Nester at email@example.com. Volunteers will receive training, develop valuable and unique skills, and gain a nice addition to their resumes!**
Rhodes State Exercise Science on Campus Fitness Class
This class is designed with YOU in mind.
Flexibility - Functional Movement - Core Strengthening - Muscular Endurance
Feb. 8 Lower Body Cook Hall Gym 12:30-1:00 pm
Feb. 9 Cross Training Tech Lab PTA Lab 3:00-3:30 pm
Feb. 10 Cross Training Cook Hall Gym 12:30-1:00 pm
Feb. 11 Upper Tech Lab PTA lab 3:00-3:30 pm
Post your meetings and events in the What's Happening
Tip - Answer these questions in your announcement.
Who? What? Where? When? Why? and How?
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The information should be submitted electronically by Wednesday for the following week's edition.
Campus Activities Board Calendar of Events -- Mark your calendars
Here is a quick rundown of event Spring Semester 2016
- February 11: ANT-MAN
- February 29: LEAP YEAR
- March 8: SUFFRAGETTE
- April 14: SISTERS
- April 12
- April 13
1/2 Way There Celebration! March 1
Think "Safe" Spring Break Date: March 9 in collaboration with the Healthy Buckeyes Club
Make your own Omelets and the Annual Easter Egg Hunt: March 25
Murder Mystery: April 13
Student Organization Appreciation Day: April 8
Spring Fest: TBD
Student Organization Officer Transition Week: April 4 - 8
*All dates and events are subject to change.