Thu, Feb 2 at Mississippi College- Clinton, Miss 5:30pm
Sat, Feb 4 at Louisiana College- Pineville, La. 1:00pm
Thu, Feb 2 at Mississippi College- Clinton, Miss 7:30pm
Sat, Feb 4 at Louisiana College- Pineville, La. 3:00pm
Mon, 1/30 7PM Girl Talk (women only) w/ Nicole Bromley (Edu. Building)
Mon, 1/30 7PM For Men Only! (Speer Chapel)
Wed, 2/1 AM Academic Chapel
Fri, 2/3 AM Michael Schutt
Mon, 2/6 AM Greer Family Band
|Upcoming YAC Events| New and Improved Mystery Bus: This Saturday, YAC goes to ? And also to ? For two fun activities. Dinner will be provided on this "all inclusive" day out. We leave directly after lunch at get back late. The price is $15 so we can cover SOME of the cost of our awesome activities. Sign ups are in the Corner Café all this week, please bring cash with you. (All mystery bus participants must be 18 or older).
Acoustic Café: Februrary 10th at 8:30
Sadie Hawkins: Save the date and get a date-Feb 17 (more details to follow).
IMPACT information event: If you want to be a part of YAC you should check this out. It's going to be in MSC-3 at 7:00 on Feb 1. See more information here
The LeTourneau women's basketball team has designated its game against the University of the Ozarks on Thursday, Feb. 16 at 5:30pm, as its Play 4Kay game.
Play 4Kay, an initiative to raise breast cancer awareness and funding in campuses and communities, is now in its fifth season. The YellowJackets will honor all breast cancer suvivors of the LeTourneau community during halftime of the women's game. The team will also recognize all cancer survivors.
Formerly known as the Women's Basketball Coaches Association Pink Zone, Play 4Kay is named in honor of Kay Yow, the longtime women's basketball coach at North Carolina State who lost her courageous battle with breast cancer in 2009.
The LeTourneau athletics department invites cancer survivors in the LeTourneau community to participate in this special ceremony and game. Please contact Vickie Rogers (VickieRogers@letu.edu) or sports information director Alan Wiederhold (AlanWiederhold@letu.edu) if you plan to attend.
When: February 2nd-29th, 2012
Where: Gregg County Historical Musuem
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