Student Bar Association News
Decedents' Ball is right around the corner! It will be held this Saturday, October 30 at O'Sheas. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. O'Sheas is located downtown at 123 Main Street.
Tickets will go on sale in the Mosaic Lobby on Wednesday, October 27. The cost is $15 per ticket. SBA Representatives will be available in the lobby from 12 p.m. - 2 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Students can also buy tickets from their class representatives.
This is going to be a fantastic event with plenty of prizes, food, and drink. Come on out and wear your best costume!
Hope to see you there!
Patrick O'Sheas: 123 W Main St. Louisville, KY 40202
Sponsored by: Student Bar Association
Cost: $15 per person
$100 Barbri gift cards will be awarded to the winners of the various Costume Contest Categories. The contests will be judged by audience applause.
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Due to complaints related to limited space in the refrigerators in the basement lunchroom, SBA must clean out food left over night. If you have been bringing food for the week, or days at a time and keeping it in the fridge, please take the excess food home and only store food for one (1) day at a time in the fridges. We are limited on space and want everyone to have the option of using the fridges each day. This will also prevent food from being left and forgotten in the refrigerators (which will help with the smell that has recently started coming from the refrigerators.) The SBA will be throwing away food left in the fridges overnight and sanitizing/cleaning the fridges, and lunchroom starting this week. This maintenance and service will continue throughout the year.
Dean Arnold will host two town hall style meetings to discuss the Spring and Summer 2011 schedule/offerings and to start the process of student input into the 2011-12 schedule/offerings.
They will be:
Wednesday, Oct. 20,12:05-12:55 p.m. in 075
Thursday, Oct. 21,5:15-6:00 p.m. in 080.
Please come to these meetings. Your input is welcomed and needed.
The following student organizations received funding from the Student Government Association:
The Federalist Society
University of Louisville Law Review
Student Bar Association - Equal Justice Works Symposium
Student Animal Legal Defense Fund
Congratulations to all the groups. If any Recognized Student Organization is interested in receiving money from the Student Government Association please contact Daniel Cameron (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Stephanie Loper (email@example.com).