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February 18, 2014

“Love Your Library” Day

Yes, Valentine’s Day is over; but love is still in the air.   On Monday, February 24, all three floors of the Brown Library building will be having an open house for Virginia Western students.   This open house (called “Love Your Library Day”) will be a fun and informative day that allows students to get more familiar with the staff, services, and resources that are available in Brown Library.

Stay tuned --- more info to come!

One Minute Wonder

Learn how to adjust the size of icons and the user interface of Windows 8's Desktop Mode in this One Minute Wonder by the Media Geeks of VWCC.


Bible 101 Club – February Meeting

The Bible 101 Club meets Spring semester each 3rd Thursday in Thomas Hall 205 at 2:30 to 3:30 pm.

We meet this February 20, 2014 with snacks provided,

Bring your Bible, and read ahead  the Scripture of the Month: Acts 26

For more information, contact Dianne Martin <diannemartin1@aol.com>.

Men’s Basketball Student Open Gyms

Men's Basketball Student open gyms will begin on Tuesday, February 25.  The normal schedule (excluding Spring Break and April 8) will be:

Tuesdays 7:30 - 9:30 PM

Fridays 6:00 - 8:00 PM

Open gyms held in Humanities Gymnasium.  Open to all current male students.  Must have student ID to sign-in.

Questions about open gyms, email Nick Owens at nowens@virginiawestern.edu.

TIME IS RUNNING OUT TO REGISTER! Job & Internship Fair on Thursday!!!

REGISTER TODAY to attend the 2014 Career Premiere Job & Internship Fair!

WHEN: February, 20th 2014 from 11:00 am - 3:00 pm 

WHAT TO EXPECT:  Check out this video http://youtu.be/klONfeOxaMw

VWCC Students & Alumni: RESERVE your spot today!!! Contact or come by the Hall Career Center (Thomas Center 202) at 857-6710 or careercenter@virginiawestern.edu to complete the registration forms.

For more information and a list of employers please visit the event website:  http://careerpremierefair.com/students/ The employer list will be constantly updated as more employers register to attend with an average of 50-60 employers attending the fair each year this can be a great opportunity to make some connections!

The Career Premiere Fair brings employers together with students and alumni from several liberal arts and sciences colleges, universities and community colleges in the northwest and southwest regions of Virginia.

The purpose of the Fair is to share information with college students and graduates about career and internship opportunities at participating organizations.