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Tip of the week: How are you feeling about the semester? If you’re stressed or need some help, use the free resources on campus. Check out the Tutoring and Writing Center at Mabee Library and the resources at Counseling Services and the Psychological Services Clinic, 111 Henderson.

Tuesday, April 28

The Department of Education will plant a tree outside of Carnegie Hall today to commerate the birthday of the “Father of Kindergarten.”

C-TEL Presents: Teaching Circle 11.

Donate your unused Bod Bucks: Do you have extra Bod Bucks on your iCard? Consider purchasing items from the Corner Store and donating them to Washburn’s on-campus food bank, The Exchange. A special event from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday outside the corner store will let you do just that. To say thanks, you’ll get some free Pepsi and the chance to win Royals tickets! (Learn more: bit.ly/BodsFeedingBods. Follow @BodsFeedingBods on Twitter and Instagram. Like Bods Feeding Bods on Facebook.)

Are you signed up for Topeka Metro Bikes? Follow @TopMetroBikes on Twitter and like TopekaMetroBikes on Facebook. And don’t forget to register for tonight’s first ever Glow Ride! Free (and you’ll get free food and stuff, too)! Ride from the Bell Tower to the Capitol with your friends.

Note: The final Bod Talk of the semester will be published during Success Week (May 5). If you have an event you would like to see included, please make sure it is submitted to the Washburn University Calendar by Monday, May 4 at 5 p.m. Thank you for your assistance in making Bod Talk a source of useful information for everyone.

Wednesday, April 29

Mulvane Art Museum has four exhibits right now, including pieces from the personal collection of Cheech Marin. AND Cheech is coming May 7 to speak about it.

The Washburn Student Government Association meets tonight.

Join members of the Washburn Community and Topeka for a non-denominational vigil for victims and survivors of the recent earthquake in Nepal. Gather at the bell tower at 6 p.m.

Thursday, April 30         

Interested in traveling to India during winter break? Learn more at an informational meeting.

Congratulations to those being inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma honor society.

Friday, May 1

Follow @wusports on Twitter for updates on the MIAA Baseball Tournament.

Philosophy Club meets Friday evening.

Saturday, May 2

The Mulvane Art Museum and its Art Lab are open today 1-4 p.m. Enjoy!

Washburn faculty and staff are celebrating spring this morning at the annual Strawberry Breakfast. RSVPs due April 29.

Mulvane Art Museum hosts a screening of the film Everything Comes from the Streets in the gallery.

Enjoy the night sky? Take it in this afternoon at the semester’s final Spitz Planetarium Open House.

Sunday, May 3

No events are scheduled.

Monday, May 4 – Success Week

No events are planned. Do you have a plan for success? Stop by the Student Success Center or the Tutoring and Writing Center at Mabee Library for advice and assistance.

Tuesday, May 5

Take a study break for Scorch on the Porch 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on the Union lawn.

Live in Lawrence? Join the Washburn Alumni Association for a special event.

Congratulations to the LinC Scholar/Bonner Leader students being recognized tonight.

Note: The final Bod Talk of the semester will be published during Success Week (May 5). If you have an event you would like to see included, please make sure it is submitted to the Washburn University Calendar by Monday, May 4 at 5 p.m. Thank you for your assistance in making Bod Talk a source of useful information for everyone.

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