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27
May

Volunteer Opportunity at the Jones Center

The Jones Center will be hosting “The Worst Case Scenario” experience this summer and is in need of volunteers to guide guests around the location and help guest with their needs. They are thinking these hours might work for Beta service hours or other clubs that require service hours. There is consideration for it being done in 4 hour shifts.

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27
May

We scream for our HASSOME Scholars!

PFC is handing out ice cream bars on Thursday, June 2nd at 11AM. Four volunteers are needed. We also need one volunteer that would have room in their vehicle for 2 large ice chests to pick up the treats at Sam’s Club in Fayetteville and deliver to Haas Hall. https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70a0f4ba8ac2aa3fb6-iscream1 Monetary donations for the purchase of the ice cream bars

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27
May

Survey on effects of prejudice

Hello, Haas Hall Community! My name is Samira Saduzei, and I am a junior at the Rogers campus. I am currently working on a project that deals with prejudice and its after-effects in form of racism and discrimination. I am seeking participants of all ages for a survey regarding of how many people are affected by it and what solutions

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26
May

Arabic Courses now offered!

Hello scholars! Are you interested in the Arabic language? Arabic 1 and 2 are now available as course requests for next year! Please request the course if you are interested and contact Rukaya.alrubaye@haashall.org if you have any questions!

26
May

We Scream for HAASOME Scholars!

PFC is handing out ice cream bars on Thursday, June 2nd at 11AM. Four volunteers needed. We also need one volunteer that would have room in their vehicle for 2 large ice chests to pick up the treats at Sam’s Club in Fayetteville and deliver to Haas Hall. https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70a0f4ba8ac2aa3fb6-iscream1 Monetary donations for the purchase of the ice cream bars can

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24
May

Philosophy Club

Ethics and philosophy tend to intertwine constantly. One question that a lot of people debate is whether there is a situation when it is ethically okay to kill someone. This week, Henry Foster will be leading a conversation about the connection between the anime Demon Slayer and the ethics of taking someone’s life. Is killing a demon ethically okay? Does

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24
May

Ukraine Aid Volunteer Opportunity

Right now, millions of Ukrainians are fleeing their homeland. With fearful hearts and food insecurity a daily threat, they are in search of hope. We have the privilege of playing a part in bringing hope to the Ukrainian refugees. On June 4th we will be packing 285,000 meals! This is no easy feat, but together we can make it happen

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23
May

Haas Hall Robotics Scrimmage

On Wednesday May 25, the Haas Hall robotics teams will be having a scrimmage in the commons. If you would like to watch the scrimmage, you can come to the Commons during lunch. If you are thinking about joining robotics next year, or if you are interested, you can email me at: noah.pianalto@haashall.org or Mrs. Cotton at margaret.cotton@haashall.org.

20
May

Scholarships for this Summer’s Haas Hall Art Camp

Did you or your scholar want to attend the Haas Hall Art Camp and couldn’t afford the fee? Scholarships are available for Haas Hall’s Art Camp this summer. The scholars selected for the scholarship will attend free of charge a two week Art Camp on one of the following dates: Mon 6/13-Thurs 6/16 & Mon 6/20-Thurs 6/23, 8:30am-11:30am Mon 6/13-Thurs

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20
May

Fayetteville’s Green Team is Wrapping Up for the Year!

The Fayetteville Green team wants to thank everyone who has supported us this year! We came up a little short for our third attempt at the Green Bench Challenge – collecting an impressive 1,800 #2 HDPE opaque plastic bottles of the 2,000 needed. We are already strategizing about how to ensure success next year. Our first “sustainable goods” raffle was

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