There was an article in the newspaper a few weeks ago about an Honor Society induction in Bradenton for SCF. I thought, “Honor society? What honor society? And why aren’t I a part of it?” After poking around for awhile, I found the club advisor of the Alpha Mu Upsilon (honor society chapter in

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Venice) and she answered my questions.
Having no knowledge of those Greek lettered clubs that exist on every college campus, I came to find out you must be invited into the honor society. However, being invited relies on your academic status of a 3.5GPA and at least 12 credit hours taken at SCF.
The biggest perk for inductees is scholarships available only to members! The honor society is part of a nationwide organization named Phi Theta Kappa. This Spring a total of 41 students were inducted. Those students can stay in the club and even transfer to a PTK in their university!
After finding this information out, I had a chat with two girls who are members of PTK! They said it was a wonderful experience to offer community help, and go on trips. In fact, they’d just arrived back from a PTK internation trip to Orlando, where the “chapter was awarded a 5-Star Chapter Development Award for participation…” (Stephanie Cook, club advisor). The two members also went on to say the list of possible inductees had been messed up the last two years. That’s when I said, “Ohh, that explains why I wasn’t invited!” My advice to you, if you want to participate is to get in touch with Stephanie Cook and find out if you’re eligible for next semester.

things should be winding down now

Oy vey! 25 more days until I graduate, including weekends – 18 excluding weekends. 2.5 weeks left until finals begin, that’s 13 actual school days. Then we can breathe for a little bit – unless you are attending summer school.

This might be my last blog about what is coming up this year. I might mention a few more things, but this is the last that will be devoted entirely to club events going on. The rest will mainly be talking about the college, graduation, classes, and such.

Monday, April 19th, on the Venice campus there is an event to honor veterans, Pizza for Veterans. The pizza is just for the veterans; however, if you wish to thank them for their service, people are invited to come by and do so. The time and location have not yet been announced. If you  are a veteran and wish to come, or if you would like just stop by, visit the Club Hub for that information.

Friday, April 23rd, from 7 – 11pm, there will be a dance in the Selby Room on the Venice campus. To attend, it costs $5 in advance, and $7 at the door. To purchase tickets in advance, go to the Club Hub.

The following day, Saturday, April 24th, beginning at 7am, Warm Mineral Springs hosts the first annual Earth Day ‘Springs Cleaning.’ The day, from 7am to 12pm, is devoted to cleaning up the Warm Mineral Springs community. In total, Warm Mineral Springs is looking for 4 teams consisting of 20 people each to go out and clean up. At 7 am, registration and orientation takes place in the cafe, Cafe Evergreen, at Warm Mineral Springs Resort – coffee and donuts from Abbe’s will be served. At 8am, the teams will go throughout the community to help clean. At noon, the teams return for a free cookout, free swimming, t-shirts, and prizes. To volunteer, call Jennifer 941 426 1692. For more information, visit the Venice Club Hub. (I think they will direct you to Jennifer also. I could be wrong though.)

Here is something I am extremely excited for, but cannot attend since I will no longer technically be a student at SCF when it happens. Saturday, May 15th, a Charter Bus will leave from the Bradenton Campus at 1pm and return approximately 1130pm. It costs $20 per student. If you wish to bring an additional guest,  that also is $20. The price includes ticket and transportation. Tickets go on sale beginning April 19th. They accept cash only for this event. To reserve your seat(s), visit the Club Hub. Oh yes, they’re going to Downtown Disney to watch La Nouba Cirque Du Soleil. That’s right… the best stinking circus around!

Other than that folks, sit tight, the semester is coming to a close fast – that means finals are coming fast. [That means graduation is coming fast : )]

Excellent News and a Slam

Over the weekend I received some excellent news in the mail in the form of an invitation. I was invited to the Honors Convocation on April 30th to

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receive an award. I knew who was behind my nomination, so upon asking the professor who nominated me, all he said was, ‘It’s to acknowledge your efforts to expand literature. Make sure you are there, and try to bring Kelly; I’ll be there too.’

Should I go?

While talking about literature, I’d like to say some things about my fellow students and the Slam coming up this Thursday at 7 pm in the Selby room of the Venice Campus.

There are some extremely good poets on campus this year. The poetry readings have been such a treat for the audience and me especially. Even though I am president of Swamp Scribes, I do not claim responsibility for the growth of participants this year. SCF had a major increase in enrollment, and there are more poets on campus this year than last. Also, when the economy is down and free food and entertainment is offered, who wouldn’t go? Those, I think, are the three main reasons why the poetry readings have increased to over 50 audience members, and at least 24 readers (32 at the last evening reading.) If you have not been to any of the poetry readings (and even if you have), you MUST come to the Slam. I hope many poets on our campus will compete against one another.

Slams are not for the faint of heart. If you read your poetry at a Slam event, YOU WILL BE JUDGED by your

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FAFSA, Finals, and Freezing.

Another busy week. It feels like we’re all racing to the finish these last few weeks of classes. I was able to squeeze in a FAFSA application, though. To my surprise it took all of 10 minutes to finish! If you’re planning to fill it out, I suggest having your tax return ready, and also get your FAFSA PIN. Lucky for me, all the money I didn’t make is paying off.
Also, if you don’t know your finals schedule, it is posted here. Just match the days and times of your class to find when you have the exam. Had I relied solely on my teacher, I’d have come on the wrong day for a final.
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sun is now drawing you to its beautifully humidless clutches! Which means wearing shorts to class, right? Well, not when you sit down and freeze the whole lecture. My car is boiling, and the classroom is cold. Hmm…
This concludes my thoughts on the FAFSA, finals, and freezing.

Just some info…

While working inside the English Lab of the Venice ARC building (room 409), I received a couple text messages from my friend Tony, an SGA officer on our campus. I wanted to bring these text messages to your attention because they provide great info on upcoming stuff; one of which is coming up this Friday!

Starting at 6pm on the Venice campus, and in the Selby Room, there will be a talent show. It is free to attend, however, a donation of at least one or two dollars towards SPARCC will be greatly appreciated.

Also coming up is another SCF sponsored trip is coming up on April 9th. This trip is available for both campuses if I understand correctly. To reserve a spot, stop by your Club Hub. Tickets are $20 with only 15 spots remaining as of 9.57am Tuesday morning (to be almost perfectly accurate).

In addition to that tid bit of information, Wednesday, April 14th, Tim Dorsey will be visiting on the Venice campus. I believe the time for that will be around 2pm. Don’t quote me on that, even though the club that I am president of is hosting the event. I told you in my last blog that I am overloaded. Give me a break… haha In any case, I met Tim Dorsey last year and he is a great guy to listen to and meet. He is a leading author in a fairly new (at least fairly new to popularity) genre of literature: Florida Weird. It’s an interesting genre. I have no other way to explain other than it includes some of the weird things that happen in Florida.

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Also on Wednesday the 14th of April, and carrying over to the following day, are the SGA officer elections for the Venice campus. If anyone is interested in running for a position, I highly advise you to go into the Club Hub and find out exactly what the positions are, entail, and what is expected of you at this point.

Lastly, for now, Thursday, April 15th, at 7pm, and in the Selby Room of the Venice campus, there will be another Slam Poetry competition. It will not be exactly like the one in the Fall semester that produced over 100 people in attendance (and when SCF defeated FGCU and USF). This time the competition will be just among SCF poets. If you wish to compete, see either myself (you can find me in one of three places on the Venice campus – room 409, room 333, or Dr. Ford’s office) or Dr. Ford. basically, for those of you who have no idea what a Slam Poetry competition is, it is the performance of poetry through spoken word as opposed to written word; and you are judged on your reading/performance by peers. It truly is a wonderful experience. If you have never been to a poetry reading, or even if you have, a Slam competition will quite possibly change your opinion of poetry and poetry readings. (Speaking of poetry readings, this year has been amazing on the Venice campus. We just had a reading last week, and I will provide some feedback on that one and others.)

There are more events coming up, but I do not want to get ahead of ourselves. Remember to check the SCF calendar on the homepage. And what is that about the Guinness Book of World Records coming to our campus? Hmm…

(It has to be some sort of literary crime to have so many parentheses in one blog.)