Stress series discusses sucessful sleep
The Coping with Stress Series on the Mount Vernon Campus will discuss secrets to successful sleep, including methods for falling and staying asleep Tuesday from 7 to 8 p.m. in Eckles Library.
The event is sponsored by the department of Recreational Sports and Fitness Services, and is open to all students.
Visions in Actions holds information session
An employer information session for Visions in Action, an international nonprofit organization, will be held Wednesday from 4 to 5 p.m. in the Career Center workshop room.
The session is designed to give students the opportunity to learn about the different options Visions in Action can offer students or recent graduates.
Visions in Action is an organization committed to social justice in the developing world, and sends volunteers to communities around the globe to participate in development and research projects.
The session is open to all students. For more information about the group, check out www.visionsinaction.org.
Post Columnist to speak
Washington Post columnist Michelle Singletary will speak about balancing work and life and pay equity at the Business and Professional Women/USA’s Policy and Action Conference Thursday at the Wyndham Hotel on M Street.
Singletary’s column, “The Color of Money,” appears twice weekly in the Post, and she is a regular guest on many network television and radio programs dealing with personal finance issues.
Singletary will speak from 8 to 8:30 a.m. The event costs $10 with proceeds donated to the BPW Foundation. For more information go to www.bpwusa.org or call 293-1100.
Panel on homosexuality in politics
The Out Crowd will present “The Politics of Gay,” a panel featuring congressional staffers and members of the Human Rights Campaig Monday from 8 to 9 p.m. in Marvin Center room 405.
All are invited to attend. For more information about the Out Crowd visit studentorgs.gwu.edu/outcrowd.
The work of GW Fine Arts seniors will be displayed in the Dimock Gallery in Lisner Auditorium through Friday as part of the first visual communications show.
Work includes graphic posters, advertising and promotional designs, editorial designs and other displays of digital and commercial art.
The exhibit is free and open to the public.
For more information about the Dimock Gallery please call 994-1525.
GW Trails hosts ski trip
GW TRAILS, the Student Activities’ Center new outdoor adventure program, will travel to Ski Liberty Mountain Resort Friday for a day of skiing and snowboarding.
Ski and snowboard rentals and lessons are available at the Pennsylvania resort.
The event will cost students between $28 and $54 dollars. For more information check out GW TRAILS at www.gwired.gwu.edu/sac, or stop by Marvin Center room 427 to register.
This article appeared in the February 3, 2003 issue of the Hatchet.