This event is free and open to the public.
45 minutes of indoor cycling. Experience a variety of terrains while our instructors take you through this fun and exciting session!
Join Ms. Erinn Holloway and Dr. Jo Shumake for a discussion of Dia de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead.
Build strength and coordination targeting every major muscle group using weights, stability balls, and resistance tubes.
Resistance, Interval, Power, Pyometrics, Endurance, Diet. The one stop body shock.
Train smarter no longer with this 30 minute cardio program and save room for an awesome ab workout.
This event teaches men and women how to respect their partners sexually in current or potential relationships.
Flow through a sequence of poses to challenge your muscles and invigorate your mind. A regular yoga practice will help transform both your mind and body ultimately helping you find an inner calmness/peace, enhance your balance and stability, and leave you feeling stronger and more centered.
High Intensity Interval Training. This high intensity interval training class will keep you coming back for more! HIIT is a type of cardio training in which you alternate short, very high intensity intervals with longer, slower intervals to recover. Intermediate levels; preferred, all moves may be modified for beginners!
Get ready to mix it up with a variety of aerobic workouts, abs and intense stretching.
How far can you hit?? Come out and compete for cool prizes! Show up and compete.
Enjoy this “feel good” workout for all fitness levels. Move and groove with choreographed aerobic style dance workouts. No dance experience needed!
2 year Council Meeting in Cochran 404
Members meet in Cochran 305
A mix of cardio a long with serious core exercises. This class will give you the abs you have been dreaming for and more.
Free & Open to the public
Meeting with representatives from Local Greek Council organizations.
Ellen Ann Fentress, producer and co-writer, screening her recently debuted documentary on Mississippi journalist Bill Minor.
“Wait Until Dark” is a mystery set in 1960s New York City by Frederick Knott presented by the Department of Theatre.
Tickets: $5 for area college students with school ID; $10 for all others.
Tickets go on sale at Cromwell Communication Bldg. Oct. 26
POUND is a 45 minute group fitness class that combines cardio, strength training and pilates with drumming to achieve a full-body workout. Using lightly weighted drumsticks, Ripstix™, participants can expect to burn between 500-900 calories per class and will be performing over 15,000 reps per session!
Join the Medieval and Renaissance Studies Minor for classic movies with a medieval and renaissance theme!
Check the video boards for our upcoming selection.
Medieval and Renaissance Studies Minor
Mission IMPROVable is a fast, paced exciting new form of comedy. It is a combination of MTV's "Wild N' Out" and "Whose Line is it Anyway?"- but there is a bit of a twist. Just like in the old TV series "Mission Impossible," the Chicagoan actors pretend to be agents. The audience are the co-agents and participate in hilarious theather games or "missions" by yelling out suggestions. The on-the-spot randomness provided by audience makes each mission truly unique and often hysterical.
Mission IMPOVable new improvistational routine is infectious and hot. They were named Comedy Act of the Year in 2014 by Campus Acitivities Magazine. The show will leave you with a smile on your face and your stomach aching from laughter.
This amazing comedic group will be here at MUW on November 10th at 6:30pm in Nissan Auditorium. Come out for a night full of laughs!!!!
Join Dr. Jim Borsig, MUW President, for a behind the scenes look into the university’s priority setting process and a walking tour of the campus.
Have you always wanted to make your own candle? Now you have a chance to even pick your own scents. Class is limited. A $25 fee will be assessed for this class.
Register at www.muw.edu/lep
Student Programming Board members meet in Cochran 303 to plan events for the upcoming year.
Are you a graduating senior about to begin a job search? Have you spent any time practicing your negotiating skills? Consider that your inexperience might contribute to the gender pay gap that continues today, where women earn less than men for the same work. The $tart $mart negotiation workshop is a “nuts and bolts” approach to salary and benefits negotiation facilitated by MUW faculty. RSVPs encouraged but walk-ins welcome.
A few hours with us and you will be better prepared for the next step in your professional career. Register today!
To register for this workshop email Dr. Bonnie Oppenheimer. If you cannot make this workshop, keep an eye out for our spring $tart $mart workshop series.
Meeting of the Columbus/MUW Branch of the American Association of University Women. Any current MUW student and anyone holding an associates degree or higher is eligible to join. All current, past, and prospective members are welcome!
Poindexter Hall, Connie Sills Kossen Auditorium
Free and open to the public
Student Programming Board hosts community service event. Students are invited to assist in making Thanksgiving basket for the Columbus community.
Student Programming Board hosts community service event. Students are invited to assist in delivering Thanksgiving baskets for the Columbus community.