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LSC Spring Events

blocksHow will you be spending the last weeks of this semester? The LSC has a ton of cool events to not only spend some of your free time but also a time to learn something new. Here are a few of my favorites to share with you but stay on the lookout for everything that’s happening in the LSC.



Enslaved: A Modern-Day Slavery Experience THURSDAY, APRIL 2nd & 3rd, 2015, 10AM – 4PM

Modern day slavery is one of the most lucrative and horrific issues that our planet is currently facing. There are more slaves now than at any point in time, half of which are children. Enslaved is in its third year at CSU and is an event hosted by No More Injustice, a student organization at Colorado State University. It is a modern-day slavery simulation which aims to bring awareness to the injustice of human trafficking. Participants will walk through the simulation rooms and may experience what it is like to be in the shoes of a modern day slave, as well as witness the helplessness and isolation that many trafficked people may feel. The event is free and will be hosted in the Lory Student Center April 2nd and 3rd from 10am to 4 pm. Due to the graphic nature of the event, only individuals who are 16+ will be permitted to attend.

CSU’s Got Talent FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 2015, 7 – 9PM

Come out and support some of our most talented Rams at CSU’s Got Talent!

We will have 14 different performers doing everything from singing to poetry to hula-hooping and more! Our three guest judges will vote on the Top 14 and narrow it down to the final three. From the final three, YOU the audience members can vote via Twitter for the Grand Prize Winner!

Emerging Women Leaders Webinar Series: Finding Your Voice

TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 2015, 11AM – 12:30PM

The stakes are high. You have something important to contribute but will you be heard? Discover ways to speak up, have a voice, and express yourself with confidence, authority, and authenticity.

Guest speakers: Jacobia Solomon, Vice President, Engineering, Mimeo, and Monali Jain, Angel Investor.


This event is part of the Emerging Women Leaders Webinar Series.

CSUnity 2015 SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 2015, 9AM – 3PM

Take part in a rich CSU tradition and participate in CSUnity 2015! CSUnity is an event where thousands of students engage in a one day volunteer event serving businesses, government agencies, non-profits, and local residents. Participants will receive a t-shirt and local lunch discounts. Registration deadline for CSUnity is March 27th.

Finals Goodie Bags WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 2015, 11AM – 12PM

We are giving out goodie bags filled with snacks, supplies, and other fun stuff for finals week to students to help them feel prepared and excited for finals!

Hope to see you there!

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