Housing to host mixer for new hall
A mixer for the new residence hall will be held at 9 p.m. Feb. 12 by the Housing office in the Martin Hall Basement. The mixer will give students the opportunity to meet potential suitemates, find out about the registering process, preview sample furniture and learn about the design plans of the new building. For more information about the mixer, contact Housing at 622-1515.
Alternative Spring Break goes to Charleston, S.C.
This year’s Alternative Spring Break Trip will partner with Habitat for Humanity to help build houses in Charleston, S.C. The trip will take place March 10-16 and no prior experience is necessary because students will be trained onsite. The cost is $235 for students, which covers lodging, travel and food for the week. Limited space is available, and students should visit the Student Life Office to sign up for the trip. For more information contact Brandon Mandigo at 622-3855 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
History professor details Cassius Clay’s foreign service
Jenn Spock of the history department will present Ambassador Cassius Clay: American Lion and Russian Bear 7 p.m. Feb. 12 in the Perkins Building. The lecture is a part of Eastern’s year long observance of the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War and will focus on the local figure who served as the ambassador to Russia. For more information 150th anniversary observance, visit www.eku.edu/news/sesquicentennial or contact Tom Appleton email@example.com or 622-1287.
Compiled by The Eastern Progress staff