Brophy Center room 123

Housing 102

Living off campus next year? Attend this session to learn more about signing a lease, renter's insurance, protecting your rights as a renter, and more. For more information contact the Center for Student Succes at studenthelp@viterbo.edu, 608-796-3084, or stop by Murphy Center room 337.

Beyond Service Session

Learn about service opportunities beyond Service Saturdays, create meaning from service, explore vocation, and find your passion. We will also discuss how to incorporate your experience on a resume for scholarships, internships, and employement. For more information contact the Center for Student Success at studenthelp@viterbo.edu, 608-796-3084, or stop by Murphy Center room 337.

Housing 101

Get information about living on campus vs. renting off campus. Learn how to find an apartment, what to look for when renting, how to avoid scams, and much more. For more information contact the Center for Student Success at studenthelp@viterbo.edu, 608-796-3084, or stop by Murphy Center room 337.

Money Smart Week: Keys to Credit and Debt Domination

What are the five C’s of Credit? How do I get started with credit? What do lenders look for? Who’s looking at my credit? How do I get out of debt? All are crucial questions to assess your financial wellness and future success. This free and interactive session by Tony Beyer of Altra Federal Credit Union explores the basics of credit and how to improve your credit standing. We’ll also discuss strategies to pay off debt and how to avoid it altogether. https://www.moneysmartlacrosse.com/ Sponsored by Student Government Association.

minds@work: Art and Inner Exile in Cuba Presented by Jesús Jambrina

While the cultural production of Cuban exiles around the world in the last 58 years is well studied, the work of a few Cuban artists, who decided to stay on the island despite being censored, is less known. This presentation explores the art paintings of Juan G.G. (Yonny) (Havana, 1933-2010) in the context of the Cuban Revolution, as part of what some critics named the “Inner Exile”, meaning those, mainly intellectuals, who did not leave the country, but continued working at home without any institutional support.

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