Bones have been found at the Circulation Desk on the top floor of Brown Library. There are three skulls, each with a detailed coded bone list, and one skeleton with a human anatomy manual. Rumor has it that some Dental Hygiene and Nursing students have been using these bones for individual and group study in the library. If you are interested in checking out these bones, just go to the Circulation Desk and give them two out of the three following items: your current VWCC student I.D., a Virginia picture I.D., or your keys. You can then take the bones to a study table or into a study room for two hours.
The skulls and skeleton are available all year long, but they look pretty scary dressed up for Halloween.
So come to the top floor of the library . . . . . . if you dare . . . . . . . “AHHHAHAHAHAAAAAAA!” (sinister laugh)
The Student ID office will be closed on Monday, November 4.
The normal hours for the ID office are:
Mondays 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Tuesdays 2:30 - 5:30 PM
Fall IDs will be closed after Tuesday, December 3.
The Student ID office is located on the 2nd floor lobby of the Thomas Center. Questions about student IDs, email Nick Owens at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Activities is sponsoring a day trip to Virginia Tech and Radford University on November 22 for students interested in transferring.
Transportation provided by the Student Activities Department! A $5 deposit is required for registration, however the deposit will be returned to students on the day of trip—unless the student does not attend. Students should register at Student Activities in Thomas Hall. Lunch will be provided at the food court of Virginia Tech. The bus will depart from Virginia Western's campus at 7:15am and it will return at 5pm. This is a great opportunity to learn about the transfer process to Virginia Tech and Radford University! Space is limited! Sign up today!!
Get a second chance to see this recent Hollywood film! All films will be shown in Whitman Theater - First Floor of Business Science.
As I Lay Dying - Based on the classic by William Faulkner, it is the story of the death of Addie Bundren and her family's quest to honor her wish to be buried in the nearby town of Jefferson. Drama.
When: Thursday, November 7
Where: Whitman Theater - First Floor of Business Science
FREE! Open to students, faculty/staff and guests!
Free popcorn available in the lobby before the show!
For more information, contact Student Activities Coordinator Natasha Lee at email@example.com or 857-6326.