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Listings for March 19

Get out of Your Room …


A date with Lady Luck

Wanna try your hand at some card games? Free up your schedule for March 13 and hang out at the Boca campus’ Recreation & Fitness Center from 9 p.m.to 1 a.m. for Casino Night and March Madness Pick ‘Em. Bring friends or meet new ones. For more info, contact Kate Quinlan at [email protected].

ISU is like FAU’s own United Nations

The International Student Union is a club that talks about and tackles global issues through the cooperation of its culturally diverse members, who meet on Wednesdays at 2 p.m. in the Sugar Palm Room on the Boca campus. Meet new peoples, learn new customs, earn community service and have fun. You’d be surprised how you can make a world of difference. For more info, e-mail Guilherme Massetti at [email protected].

Get off Campus …

Party Delux style

Say good-bye to the week’s troubles when you come to Delux, a nightclub and lounge in downtown Delray Beach. Enjoy the DJ’s wide variety of music, work it on the dance floor, and chat the night away on lounge chairs and even beds. This adult party paradise is open from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. Don’t forget to dress in style. For more info, call (561) 279-4792.

Don’t put your elbows on the table

Want to learn how to make a good impression? Attend an etiquette luncheon on March 19 from noon to 2 p.m. at President Brogan’s house, also known as the Eleanor R. Baldwin House, and learn that manners go a long way in the business and social worlds. The event is sponsored by FAU’s Career Development Center. To reserve a seat, make a check for $30 out to FAU and drop it off at the CDC in SU 220 on the Boca campus. The check will be returned to you when you arrive at the luncheon.

Get a Gig …

Sales/merchandise associate for T.J. Maxx

If you have a flexible schedule, are able to lift 50 pounds, have good verbal skills and are energetic, then T.J. Maxx wants you to work as a sales/merchandise associate. Show some enthusiasm and strut yourself to T.J. Maxx on Glades Road in Boca to apply in person.

Get Good Karma …

Put your running shoes on

Sign up with a club or with friends for the Relay for Life and support the fight against cancer. Make a difference by raising money for cancer research on March 27 at 4 p.m. on the Henderson Field on the Boca campus. To sign up, visit www.relayforlife.org/faufl. For more info, e-mail Jheanelle Sheperd at [email protected].

Get Free Money …

Academic money lifeline for all 

To receive the Unmet Need Scholarship, it doesn’t matter what you’re major is. So long as you have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and demonstrate a financial need, you may be eligible to receive a maximum of $3,800! Remember, the deadline is May 31. For more info, visit www.salliemaefund.org or call (507) 931-1682.

Major jackpots for smarty-pants

If you scored 1800 on your SAT and have a 3.5, you could be eligible for the generous Louie Foundation Scholarship worth $100,000 for any major — yes, your eyes read right! Submit your transcript, two letters of recommendation, a 500-word essay and proof of citizenship or legal residency by March 31. You must be a full-time undergraduate student. For more info, call (650) 491-3434 or e-mail [email protected].

Random Listing of the Week …

Gubernatorial Fellowship

Are you interested in a career in government? If you’re an upperclassman or a graduate student with strong leadership skills, communication skills and a desire to help out your fellow Floridians, apply to the Gubernatorial Fellowship Program by March 20. For more info, visit www.myflorida.com/fellows.

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