Juniors line up on the South side of Fant Library and walk in front of Jones Hall. Seniors march on balconies of Jones Hall according to two-year affiliation.
As the popular alternative to tackle football, flag football is a team sport consisting of seven players on each side. Instead of tackling, players must remove the flag belt of their opponent in order to end a play. Fast-paced and unorthodox, flag football challenges players to think outside the box.
Register your team or join a team here ----> http://www.imleagues.com/School/Sport/Home.aspx?Sport=8a60cc974ff44dbd9e83cd9e2cd5d963
Tired of walking alone? Looking for a new way to motivate yourself and others to get moving? Walking with others can keep you motivated, improve your accountability and help you meet new people with similar goals.
A basic workshop of investment strategies, investment vehicles, and retirement planning.
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.
Come and play like a child again. Exercise in water does not feel like work; it is ideal for bad knees and hips as the water supports body weight. Come try it – no swimming ability needed because all work is done in shallow water.
This personal, interactive course is for anyone who has always wanted to learn sign language. Participants will learn signs and songs to use at home. Beginners and those who already know sign language are welcome.
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!
Juniors stroll between Seniors after Seniors march down the sidewalks on Shattuck lawn.
Get ready to mix it up with a variety of aerobic workouts, abs and intense stretching.
Perhaps what we all need is a NOT SO FAST button ...to keep up with the fast growing technical age. Discover the skills that will help dissolve fears of the unknown as it relates to understanding basic computer skills, Microsoft Word, Internet basics, exploring the Web, keeping up with friends and family via internet, working with files and folders, managing pictures, and much more.
Discover the joy of playing the dulcimer. No music knowledge needed since participants will learn to play by numbers. If you have a dulcimer, please bring it to class. If not, one will be loaned to you.
Join us for some cool recreational activity every Tuesday at 6:30 PM! Show up and PLAY!
Juniors perform a skit in Nissan Auditorium.
Open to everyone. Those interested in performing are asked to attend Friday's meeting in order to plan the skit.
Potential New Members attend parties of Local Greek Clubs.
In this course participants will have hands-on and learn how to make easy, healthy and delicious soups for the upcoming colder months. Students who wish to participate during the cooking lessons must bring an apron and disposable gloves. A supply fee of $35 will be assessed on the first day of class.
Get the most out of your smart device with instruction on key aspects of the Apple iPhone or iPad. Plus, learn how to install any one of the thousands of apps from the App store and extend the functionality of your device. Please bring your Apple iPhone or iPad to class.
45 minutes of indoor cycling. Experience a variety of terrains while our instructors take you through this fun and exciting session!
Enjoy this “feel good” workout for all fitness levels. Move and groove with choreographed aerobic style dance workouts. No dance experience needed!
If you are approaching age 65 and are overwhelmed by the amount of healthcare insurance information being sent to you on a daily basis, this course will help you work through that enormous pile of sales material and determine what you need and what you can expect to pay.
Foster Grandparents are role models, mentors, and friends to children with exceptional needs. This course provides a way for volunteers age 55 and over to stay active by serving children and youth in their communities. Help children in your community develop the academic and life skills that are critical to their development and future successes. Foster Grandparents will be assigned to the Boys and Girls Club of Columbus.
Understand how to read simple crochet patterns, make a variety of stitches, and create your own needlecrafts. Bring a packet of crochet hooks and any color yarn to class.
A mix of cardio a long with serious core exercises. This class will give you the abs you have been dreaming for and more.
Local Greek potential members and current members have a game night in Limbert Assembly Room.
Free & Open to the Public.
Free & Open to the public
Lectio Divina is a method used by early Christians, desert fathers and Benedictine monks to experience God’s voice speaking to them personally through scripture. It is finding its usefulness again in our fast-paced culture for those who want to deepen their spiritual understanding. Bring your favorite Bible and a notepad to class.
Always thought math could have been fun, if only you could have had the right teacher for it? Think the Common Core mathematics topics are way too hard for our Mississippi students? Come pretend you are back in kindergarten, and see what all the fuss is about. Class starts 8/20
The course consists of a series of workshops to provide parents/family or community members of children with disabilities that receive special education services from the public schools, an opportunity to learn effective advocacy skills, conflict resolution/communication, how to navigate the special education system, and locate resources within the local community. Information will also be covered on how to start support groups, people first language, and disability etiquette.
Local Greek potential members attend parties after receiving invitations.
Get ready to rally. Badminton is a racquet sport that can be played by either two people (singles) or four people (doubles). Unlike other racquet sports, such as tennis or squash, badminton involves hitting a shuttlecock – a cone-shaped projectile that moves differently to a ball. Able to reach much higher speeds than a ball, the shuttlecock makes for a fast-paced game - making badminton the ideal sport for those who like to be kept on their toes.
Register here for this one day event ---------> http://www.imleagues.com/School/League/Home.aspx?League=24ba0a320c8c4187b97e977cd71c3c15
Local Greek potential members receive bids
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!
A week of events celebrating Pullitzer Prize winning playwright and Columbus native Tennessee Williams.
Performances of "Suddenly Last Summer" by Tennessee Williams on the stage of the Rent Auditorium in the Whitfield Hall of the Mississippi University for Women (The W). The movie starred Elizabeth Taylor and Katharine Hepburn. The play will be performed by a regional ensemble, as well as Brenda Currin, an Equity actress from New York City, and will be directed by Augustin J. Correro, a graduate of MUW, and recipient of an M.F.A. in Theatre Performance Pedagogy from Virginia Commonwealth University. He has directed a number of productions in New Orleans, New York, Atlanta, and Provincetown, Mass.
Tickets required in advance or at the door. MUW faculty & students FREE with ID.
General Admission: $15Senior & Military: $10Regional Students & Teachers: $5MUW Students & Faculty: Free with ID
Learn about old-time radio starting with the early 1920s and the incredible impact it had on American life. Participants will talk about and listen to all of the great programs that made up “the Golden Age of Radio.”
Would you like to learn how to sing at sight? This course is designed to teach participants how to take a piece of music that they have never seen and sing it without instrumental assistance. Participants will learn basic music theory through games and other fun methods of learning.
Build strength and coordination targeting every major muscle group using weights, stability balls, and resistance tubes.
Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet program made up of rows and columns which allows the user to create workbooks, charts, and tables to do calculations and analyses. Topics covered in class will include creating and formatting worksheets, using formulas, and various functions such as math, statistical, logical, and financial. Participants should have basic typing skills. Bring a flash drive to class.
Participants will learn the benefits of massage and 3 basic strokes of massage. These techniques will give you tools to really enjoy the time with your partner, spouse or family member to help them feel great through the power of touch. This class is great for newlyweds, moms and daughter or even the whole family. A supply fee of $35 will be assessed on the first day of class.
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 course will consist of lectures and viewings of the best of the “I Love Lucy” show from 1951 to 1957. Participants will discuss shows and then view them.
This course will give participants an in-depth training on what being a nonprofit board member entails and what organizations are looking for locally.
2 year Council Meeting in Cochran 404
Members meet in Cochran 305
Potential New Members attend parties hosted by the local social clubs on campus and go through a recruitment process over this weekend to receive their bids on Monday. Contact Assistant Director of Student Life for more details: (662)329-7416
Erinn Holloway, Coordinator of Study Abroad Programs, and students will present a lecture on the importance of international study.
All flag football team captains required to attend meeting before season begins.
Table tennis is a sport that can be enjoyed by individuals of any age and physical ability. Table tennis is a low-injury risk sport that keeps one fit and flexible, without putting severe stress on joints. Playing table tennis increases one's agility and flexibility, and most of all their reaction time. Join the fun today!!
REGISTER HERE: http://www.imleagues.com/School/Sport/Home.aspx?Sport=0054e8e6987247808be7f96a998cb6e2
Potential New Members of the W's Social Clubs receive their bids in Cochran Hall.
Potential New Members pref social clubs they wish to join.
Potential New Members receive bids to local social clubs.
Student Programming Board members meet to plan events for the upcoming year.
Columbus Arts Council
Starkville Symphony Orchestra
Featuring MUW Faculty Soloists
Julia Mortyakova and Valentin Bogdan
Free and open to the public
Free, but registration is required.
Matthew Hoch, Baritone
Poindexter Hall, Connie Sills Kossen Auditorium
Free and open to the public
Come out to the biggest DANCE PARTY on Campus for a good cause.
ADMISSION: Baby product (i.e. diapers, wipes, clothes, bottles, etc.) Monetary donations gladly accepts
All proceeds go to Life Choices Pregnancy Center
Stories and storytelling are at the heart of our human experience. They keep us tied together as families and communities. Listening to stories promotes learning and self discovery.
At Possum Town Tales you will hear both local and internationally known professional storytellers who will entertain and inspire audiences of all ages. Throughout the weekend you can tell a story, learn how to tell a story and hear stories that will make you laugh, cry and remember special people and times in your life. Come explore the power of stories and the places they can transport you.
Meeting with representatives from Local Greek Council organizations.
Dr. Erin Kempker and student interns will discuss their research into the racial integration of Mississippi State College for Women in 1966.
Actors will read from oral histories of the first African-American women to attend The W Part of the Oral History Project of the 50th Anniversary of Racial Integration at The W.
Required for all new members of Social Organizations. Members will learn about hazing prevention in their organizations. This event will be held in Limbert Assembly Room.