VU Today Oct. 28

Tuesday, Oct. 28
12:15 p.m. Mass ­– San Damiano Chapel
2 p.m. Strategic Marking Techniques in Reading ­– Murphy Center 332
4:30 p.m. Philosophy Club Epic Philosophical 'Rap' Battle about 'Life after Death' between the Dracula and Frankenstein ­– Reinhart Center 127. Everyone welcome.
5:30 p.m. Resume Assistance Presentation for Nursing Students ­– School of Nursing Building 201
8 p.m. Ghost in the Graveyard with Student Activities Board ­– Assisi Courtyard
Interested in doing an internship in Washington, D.C.? Aviva Schaffer, a representative from The Washington Center, will be on campus all day today to promote the unique arrangement that Viterbo has with TWC. Students of all majors can register for credits at Viterbo and go to our nation¹s capital for a semester. Attend an information session from 11:15 a.m.­–noon in Reinhart Center 130. Free pizza and beverages provided. You can also drop by to chat with Aviva between 2:30­–3:30 p.m. in Murphy Center lobby. Contact Denise Lorenz, community engagement coordinator, at dmlorenz@viterbo or 789-3285 for more information.
TNT Club will host pumpkin painting/carving in the Student Development Center conference room Wednesday, Oct. 29 at 7 p.m. There is will refreshments, including apple cider, caramel apple suckers and popcorn. Cost is either some canned goods or $2.
It’s not too late to sign up for the Fall into Fitness Challenge. Visit for more information.

The spring schedule is now available in VitNet or on the Office of the Registrar’s Web page at Students should contact their advisors to receive their registration date and time. Advisors must clear their advisees to register by approving each of them in VitNet under the "approve advisees to register" link. Registration begins Monday, Nov. 10.


Career Services will offer resume reviews in the School of Nursing Building Lobby from 3­–4:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 30. Students should bring a hard copy of their resume for critique.


The Viterbo community and the general public are invited to attend the presentation "A Fulbright Scholar Living in Palestine While Listening to Children Voice Their Experiences with War" by University of Wisconsin-La Crosse assistant professor of history Heidi Morrison from 10 a.m.­–noon Saturday, Nov. 1 in the Hall of Nations in Centennial Hall at UW-La Crosse. Morrison, recently returned from a 10-month Fulbright fellowship in the West Bank. Click for complete details.


Free TVs: There are six TVs in the Hawks Nest to give away. They are not digital TVs, but will work with a cable box (not on campus). First come, first served.


A book was left at the Student Development Center during the flu shot clinic Thursday. Claim it in the SDC front office.