Tuesday, August 1, 2017

short story slam week 72


short story slam week 72, july 20 to august 6, 2017 


 


 

The Student Event’s Team is kicking off summer in style with a variety of programs for students and faculty to participate in throughout the summer months. They include a bike ride, sports events, an outdoor movie, and even a tasty BBQ sampling.
“This is an opportunity for [students] to continue to be engaged throughout the summer,” said Bill Tourville, assistant director of Campus Programs. “Students go to class in the summer, they are still here, and we want to provide some things for them.  That’s our responsibility.”
The first event kicks off Wednesday at 3 p.m. with the  Dam Bike Ride. The 24-mile loop will begin at the Centennial Student Union and ride to the water dam in Rapidan, Minnesota where people can make a pit stop for some delicious pie before heading back. The group will be following the Red Jacket Trail. The trip will take about two and a half hours to complete, said Tourville.
This program is an annual event and usually has a group of 20 to 25 people ride together each year. Three of the assistant directors of Student Activities will be joining the ride this year.
The next event will be an MNSU Night at the Mankato MoonDogs June 15 at 7:05 p.m. Thanks to the MoonDogs, MNSU students will be able to purchase a discounted ticket package for $10, which will include a reserved seat, a meal deal—hotdog, chips, and a drink—and a MoonDogs baseball cap.
This is a new event that people have been asking about for a few years, and Tourville said that it’s nice that MNSU and the MoonDogs were able to work together to make it happen.
Tickets can be purchased in advanced at mnsuevents.com or at the event with a valid MavCARD. Students can purchase up to 5 tickets to give to family and friends.
On Thursday, June 22, the film “Beauty and the Beast” will be playing in the outdoor amphitheater. The movie will start at approximately 9 p.m., or when it is dark enough to play.
The outdoor movies have been a popular event and always has a good turn out, said Tourville. Last year’s showing of Zootopia was attended by 450 people. It is suggested to come early to snag a good spot. People are encouraged to bring blankets and lawn chairs to sit on. Concessions will be available Campus Kitchen and Campus Cupboard will be in attendance accepting donations. Donations of non-perishable food items will be rewarded with a free small popcorn, limit two free popcorns per family.
On Tuesday, June 25, the Student Events Team, Student Activities, and the Centennial Student Union are taking students to a Minnesota Lynx game. The tickets are located in the lower level, Section 115.  Students can buy a ticket for $18, while the general public can buy one for $25. The money will cover the cost of bus rides to and from the game.  The bus will leave from the CSU at 4 p.m. to make it to the 7 p.m. game.
Last, but certainly not least, the summer program series will end with the 5th annual BBQ Tasting and Demo from a former MSU student, Pat Nelson, who is the owner of Big Boned BBQ. Nelson competes in the local RibFest competition. The tasting and demo will start at 11:30 a.m. and go until 1 p.m. in the CSU Mall.
Last year, a Maverick Meal Deal was offered and sold out almost immediately, so Student Events is offering that same deal again this year. The deal is $6 and comes with a pulled pork sandwich or a brisket sandwich, a side of coleslaw, and a side of cornbread. While tickets can be purchased at the event, Student Events is asking that people preorder if they want a meal so that Nelson will know how much food to prepare. Department orders can be placed in order to cut down on money transactions.
Student Events would also like to plan a film showing with the Minnesota Vikings as they did last year, but negotiations are still taking place.
“We do our best to program with almost no budget.  Everything is done on enough money to print,” said Tourville. “The Maverick community doesn’t stop in the summer; it continues throughout the year.  The big thing is to come back and enjoy this campus.”

Saturday, July 29, 2017

short story slam week 72


short story slam week 72, july 20 to august 6, 2017 


  Image result for madison, WI

bob young product

Image result for madison, WI 

Image result for madison, WI 

Image result for madison, WI  madison loves Maxwell Coffee
Image result for madison, WI 
Image result for madison, WI 
Image result for memphis pink museum  

a stack of play cards
which makes a wildcat meow

mmemphis pink museum
he says Doctor Seuss language

Wisconsin and Madison spirits
Barnes and Noble agree with Bob Young

Sally's beauty
Sam's club


Sunday, July 9, 2017

short story slam week 71, 70, a new born, we call him London QuartzSam Emerson


story of the week 71, july 6 to july 23, 2017  


 short story slam week 71, 70, a new born, we call him 


London QuartzSam Emerson, nick name, Santa Fe, also
called yilu ma,

   baby London QuartzSam Emerson is born today, 7:16am,
July 9, 2017, in Ontario, California, to parents Samrufz  Ronald Hillford and Willa Johnson Emerson,
he weighs 5.98 pounds, and has cute baby face, it is a product of planet Moon and Sun, he has four
older siblings,

sister Amelia Sanders,
sister Emily Dickinson,
brother Seth Frank Shengbutow,
sister Paisley Rodhamucrowfawnt,

himself, London QuartzSam Emerson


    Baby London Emerson


  baby Paisley Rodhamucrowfawnt

  Frank Snowflakes Shengbutow

  emily marysethjodi dickinson

  amelia  williamburns sanders,



On Humor, friendship, and siblinghood between 
Paisley Grovjaxiquzkerr Rodhamucrowfawnt, the piglet 
and her older brother
 Frank Snowflakes Shengbutow , the pooh bear,
in adition to 
Emily  Marysethjodi Dickinson, the Bunny,
and Amelia WilliamBurns Sanders, the Tigger,

London quartzSam Emerson is a bee, who is tough to agree, but it is a intelligence

Sunday, June 11, 2017

short story slam week 70, 69



short story slam week 70, Football players and fathers day cheers 


   




On Humor, friendship, and siblinghood between /among
Paisley Grovjaxiquzkerr Rodhamucrowfawnt, the piglet 
and her older brother
 Frank Snowflakes Shengbutow , the pooh bear,
in adition to 
Emily  Marysethjodi Dickinson, the Bunny,
and Amelia WilliamBurns Sanders, the Tigger,
etc.
hello, let us watch, listen, and hear what a budding child can do and say when she and he 
are set on Disney world, and get pushed to know Amelia Island, Abbey Wood apartments,
samrufz Hillford  poetry, and Samson PLaza near New York Times Square....
 
 
Image result for piglet, tiger, bunny, gopher from winnie the pooh    

Image result for piglet, tiger, bunny, gopher from winnie the pooh  



hopping, singing,
Rabbit and Kanger stayed close
running, crying,
Piglet and Pooh remained joyful

when the day steams up the swaet
we go into a shade of Aron woods
looking at sea of waters
dreaming, dancing off the Time Square
 
wildness, Laura Ingalls,
Mary Wilder, Carrie Wilder, and Charles Wilder,
they remind us of lovely Fiddle strings
Nashville Jim Buffeett Sing-Alongs
 
pink and stripes
yelloe and cloud-tail bunny
brown and blue ribbon roo
red and lovely rubber band ducks