«November 2018»
  • Photoshop Battle

    Photoshop Battle

    Location: Jacket Legacy Room
    Time: 5 pm - 7 pm
    Open to anyone and everyone!!

    Come watch BHSU students battle it out in Photoshop UFC style to produce the most appealing photos and work their way to the top of the bracket. Our “fight of the night’ will be a BHSU photography student taking on photography professor, Skott Chandler. All images will be evaluated by a selected panel of five judges on overall outcome, efficiency, and creativity. All in attendance will enjoy a free nacho bar.

    The grand prize for the captain of the champion team is a GoPro. All other team members and teams who place 1st, 2nd, or 3rd will receive a small prize as well. We will also have door prize drawings for all of those in attendance for our event.

    If you have any questions please contact us at:
    Angie McDonnell - Angie.Mcdonnell@YellowJackets.BHSU.edu
    Sierra LaCroix - Sierra.LaCroix@YellowJackets.BHSU.edu

    We will have two monitors facing each other like battleship and projectors setup behind each of the monitors, so spectators and the judges are able to watch what is being done to the images. The teams will compete within a bracket and each "battle" will have a specific goal and has to be completed within a certain amount of time. We will have a total of five judges every round to choose the winner who continue on.

    The "captain" will be the one working in Photoshop and the four other team members are their support and give any needed advice. The team will need a team name and has the option to dress up and be as crazy as they would like.

    Sponsored by: BHSU Shutterbuzz Club
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  • Take Back the Night

    Take Back the Night

    Location: Jonas 305
    Time: 6 pm - 8:30 pm 
    Open to students, faculty, and the community!
    Please mark your calendars and plan to attend an interesting, honest, and informative “Take Back the Night” event, hosted by the BH Psychology Club! During this event, we will listen to a panel consisting of experts and members of the community involved with the legal, medical, and psychological aspects of sexual violence. The content focus of this event will be on increasing awareness about sexual assault and violence, recognizing resources on campus and in the greater community, and the steps involved in the reporting process. Questions and discussion are encouraged. Snacks and drinks will be provided.
    We hope to see you there!
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