The 2013 Men's Basketball All-Stars Night will be held Friday, October 4 at 8:30 PM in the Humanities Gymnasium. Dunk Contest, 3-Point Shootout, Skills Challenge, and student contests for prizes are scheduled.
Admission is free to the public and Virginia Western students are eligible for prizes with their current student ID. The Men's Basketball team ask that you bring a can of food for donatation to a local food shelter.
Come out and celebrate the beginning of Blue Stars Basketball!
Tanglewood Autowash tickets are for sale for $9 each. Proceeds to benefit the Virginia Western Men's Basketball team! Contact Ray Bare at 540-728-1563 or email@example.com if interested. Tickets can be delivered on campus to supporters.
Win cash prizes at a pop culture trivia game show!
Wednesday, October 2
Cafeteria (Outside Dominos and Java the Hut)
Are you interested in a career in cybersecurity? You can fill the cutting edge jobs that demand elite training and reward with significant opportunity. Our country faces increasing threats in cyberspace and there is a critical shortage of skilled cybersecurity professionals to address them. Great jobs are going unfilled.
Virginia Tech and Cyber Aces are challenging college and university students across the state to register for Cyber Aces Online and compete for a chance to participate in the Virginia Cyber Aces State Championship. Registration is free and open now. Please register as soon as possible at www.cyberaces.org to begin the trainings.
The competition will address this critical skills gap. College and university students from across the state will come together, compete to win top honors, and the best performers may earn scholarships for elite training. In the near future, we plan to have a Cyber Academy in Virginia to certify those with the highest potential and aptitude for residency training and job placement.
The Virginia Cyber Aces State Championship has an online competition, with tutorials and quizzes, and a final event with head-to-head Net Wars competition. Net Wars will be held in Spring 2014 and I encourage you to register to participate in this competition.
REGISTRATION IS FREE AND OPEN NOW. REGISTER AT www.cyberaces.org
The Bible 101 Club will meet in Thomas Hall Room 205 on Wednesdays from 2:30pm-3:30pm for regular meeting times.
Many discussions will be led by local ministers or reverends. Topics may include: Keeping the Faith, Fellowship, Pre-marital sex and Creation vs. Evolution.
You need not be a member to attend any of the meetings.
For more information contact Dianne Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org or Haywood Scott.
Next Student Council Meeting – Tomorrow!
Tuesday, October 1
Thomas Center, Room 205
All students welcome! Meets monthly to discuss student issues and encourage collaboration.
Please contact advisor Natasha Lee at email@example.com for more information!