Well, that had to have been the strangest February on record in northeast Indiana, weather-wise. We hit a month low of 1 degree back on Feb. 6 and a high of 70 on Feb. 20. That’s a 69-degree shift over the course of about two weeks. That’s normal, right?
As we usher in March, which brings you the week of spring break followed by the last official day of winter, tug out your calendars and make some plans with Ivy Tech.
Automotive Student/Employer Networking Night
5 p.m. March 6 in the automotive lab in the the Steel Dynamics, Inc. Keith E. Busse Technology Center
Attention automotive technology students! Stop by to meet auto employers who are looking to hire. Bring your resume and dress to impress.
Munch & Movie
Noon to 2 p.m. March 7 in the Student Life Center commons
In honor of Women’s History Month, Student Life will screen Iron Jawed Angels. The movie, starring Hilary Swank and Anjelica Huston, looks at women’s suffrage during the 1910s and follows suffrage leaders Alice Paul and Lucy Burns, who use peaceful and effective strategies and dialogue to revolutionize the American feminist movement to grant women the right to vote.
March 11 to 18, Fort Wayne to Cancun
Enjoy your week off! And if you’re doing anything fun or productive, or are just really excited to have a week off school, email those plans to email@example.com by March 6. I’ll compile what comes in for a future Green Light post. Include your full name, major, Spring Break plans, and a selfie or other photo of yourself.
Express Enrollment Week
March 19 to 23, Express Enrollment Center in the Student Life Center
It’s time to start thinking about summer and fall classes. Current students can register on their MyIvy accounts. Questions? Check with your advisor or stop by the Express Enrollment Center.
6 to 9:30 p.m. March 23 at the Honeywell Center (175 W. Market St. in Wabash)
The Wabash Site hosts its largest fundraiser for student scholarships–a night of Monopoly! For $30 a ticket, you get dinner–and to play everyone’s favorite board game to your heart’s content. Learn more and get tickets online.
Classical Cuisine dinner
6:15, 6:30, and 6:45 sit-down times March 29 in the hospitality room on Coliseum Campus
Hospitality administration students serve up classic French cuisine. Tickets are $20 a person, and wine is available for purchase. Call 260-480-2002 to RSVP, and learn more online.