Week 5- TSG Bulletin

Dear T-birds,

The beauty of this campus is the people that live, study, work, and party in it. I always tell people that Thunderbirds are the best conversationalists I have ever met. This amazing dynamic to openly socialize with people of different backgrounds allows for the close, tight-knit relationships we share. And we look out for each other because we care about each other. We also know that repercussions could potentially follow any faulty action for the rest of our lives and careers.

So be safe, responsible, and courteous while you live, study, work, and party on (and off) campus.

TSG Updates

Advise a Chef!
Host: TSG and Chartwells
How would you like to show off your cooking skills by advising our chefs on food from where you come from and in the way you like it? TSG and Chartwells are working together on a program that can let you help in the kitchen. Contact us if you’re interested!
Remember, you can always submit your ideas and recipes to Chartwells through the submission box at the Commons and the recipe submission form on Chartwells’ site: http://www.dineoncampus.com/thunderbird >> Be Heard (tab) >> Recipes >> Submit a Recipe.

Events Chair Updates
Regional Nights and Thunder Planners
Host: TSG
The survey results are in! nearly 54% of students who voted chose 3 regional nights instead of 2 regional nights. Our Events team has already started contacting coordinators to commence celebrations. If you have any suggestions, contact TSG.
Thunder Planners is an association of students interested in planning and organizing Regional Nights. Please sign up in the sheet given below by Wednesday, October 10th at 11:59 pm. The date for the first meeting of Thunder Planners Association will be sent out shortly after.
https://docs.google.com/a/global.t-bird.edu/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AhOKCO5w6_UYdGRITDJuTjN2dnNpa2pFMHptSDZ0dHc

International Liaison Updates
AZCIV China Town Hall
Date: Monday, October 29th
Time: 5:00 PM
Location: Scottsdale Community College, Turquoise Room
Host: AZCIV and TSG (facilitation and contact)
AZCIV is an initiative that connects international visitors with professionals in and outside the community.
The Town Hall will open with a webcast from Beijing featuring Gary Locke, U.S. Ambassador to China. National Committee President Steve Orlins will moderate this 45-minute portion of the program, comprised of a 15-minutes talk, followed by half an hour of Ambassador Locke responding to emailed questions from throughout the country
To RSVP, please go the link http://azciv.org/events/. For more info, contact Nikhil at nikhil.kaul@global.t-bird.edu

Community Outreach Chair Updates
Contact: Josephine at jochiang@global.t-bird.edu
Global Clinton Initiative University
Deadline: Monday, October 22, 2012
Apply to become a campus representative for the Global Clinton Initiative University! Established in 2007, the organization is an extension of the Clinton Initiative, seeking to engage the next generation of leaders to discuss and develop innovative solutions to pressing global challenges.
Details can be found here: http://www.cgiu.org/about/campus_representatives.asp

10000 Women
27 female entrepreneurs from Haiti will be on campus Oct 13-28. This is part of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women program (more info here: http://www.goldmansachs.com/citizenship/10000women/index.html).
-Some of the women have goods that can be purchased at the Marketplace events on October 15th from 3-6pm, and October 26 from 3-4pm. This is open to the public, and cash/credit cards are accepted.
-The keynote speaker is Ambassador Melanne Verveer, who will be speaking at the Commencement ceremony on October 26 from 1-2pm.
-French-speaking volunteers are still needed. Various opportunities are available to work with the Global Cohort. Just email TSG Community Outreach.

ThunderCares
ThunderCares is on Saturday November 17th! TSG will be initiating a discussion board thread to generate suggestions on local organizations to collaborate with and t-shirt designs. If you have a non-profit group in mind, please let us know!

October Volunteer Opportunities:
Valley Life is seeking volunteers for the State Fair (entry fee will be comp), Octoberfest, and Haunted House. Please email the TSG Community Outreach Chair at jochiang@global.t-bird.edu for more info on dates, times, and locations.

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