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Football vs. Defiance

Come out to the football stadium on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. to support your football team when they play Defiance.


Italy May Term for Musicians and Linguists Information Meeting

If you sing, play an instrument or are a student of language, this May Term is for you. Earlham Music Professor Forrest Tobey will hold an information session this Friday, September 30, at noon in CVPA 150. The heart of the program is participation in the 10-day Alba Music Festival or in a concomitant Italian language intensive, both taking place in Alba, Italy, in the Piedmont region near Turin. The music festival will be proceeded by a cultural tour of two of Italy's great destinations, Florence and Venice, where there will be an emphasis on understanding Renaissance Italian cultural history in relationship to the present day. Visit the International Programs Office for more information and a flier on the program.


College Meeting for Worship

College Meeting for Worship is held on Sundays at 1:00 p.m., in Stout Meetinghouse. On October 2, Gabe Penk, senior History major, will speak on “Don’t Think! (too much)” for the semester-long series on “How Much is Enough?”


Congratulate Team Magic Bus at the EPIC Launch Party

Come to the EPIC Launch Party and congratulate the Magic Bus team: Iman Cooper ’15, Sonia Kabra ’16, Leslie Ossete ’16, and Wyclife Omondi ’17. The EPIC Launch Party is on September 30 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. in the CoLab. Meet the Magic Bus team, check out the new space, learn about the exciting new Centers and programs, enjoy amazing food, and have fun listening to music and playing lawn games. Free giveaways, too.


Kip Fulbeck: What are You? The Changing Face of America

Kip Fulbeck is a pioneering artist, spoken word performer and filmmaker. Fulbeck has been featured on CNN, MTV, The Today Show and PBS, and has performed and exhibited in over 20 countries and throughout the United States. Fulbeck teaches as a professor of art at the University of California, Santa Barbara, where he received the university’s distinguished teaching award and has been named an outstanding faculty member five times. In recognition for his work promoting multiracial awareness, he was awarded the inaugural Loving Prize at the 2009 Mixed Roots Film & Literary Festival and also named a cultural pioneer at Harvard University. Fulbeck will be at Earlham on Friday, September 30, at 7 p.m. in Goddard Auditorium. The event is free and tickets are not required. 


SFT & SPJP Political Prisoners Rally

Students For a Free Tibet (SFT) in collaboration with SPJP will host a political prisoners rally on The Heart on September 30, Friday, at 11:45 a.m. to highlight the plight of political prisoners in Tibet and Palestine. Come to hear the stories of political prisoners and be informed.


This Week on Inside Quaker Athletics

On this week's edition of Inside Quaker Athletics we talk to Field Hockey players Kaitlyn and Kristina Brunner. Listen here: <http://bit.ly/2deo6C5>. Inside Quaker Athletics airs weekly on Thursday and Friday afternoons on 1490/100.9 WKBV and G101.3.


Law Day at IU Bloomington - October 3

This is a reminder that the IU Law Day in Bloomington is happening on Monday, October 3. The Center for Integrated Learning is driving a van down for students, but you must register if you wish to attend. Registration is through Symplicity and we have room for up to 11 students. The van will be leaving at roughly 7 a.m. and arriving back to campus late afternoon. This is the largest law school fair in the country, so it is not to be missed if you are trying to decide if and where you should apply for law school. A campus tour and lunch will be provided. For more information visit: http://hpplc.indiana.edu/law/law-lawday.shtml


Come Partayy at the CoLab Launch Party

Wondered what the cool building is in Noyes Hall? Want to know how you and your friends could potentially be the next winners of the Hult Prize? Want to learn about how you can use your education as a tool for change in the world? If any of these questions resonate with you, please come to the CoLab on Friday from 4 - 6 p.m. We are officially launching the space and will have great music and food. Come and join us and see how you can make the CoLab your home.


Francophone Film Night à la Maison Française

Ever wanted to be exposed to films of different cultures and languages? Interested in watching and learning more about critically renowned Francophone film? If so, Francophone Film Night is for you. The first Francophone Film Night of the semester will take place on Saturday, October 1, at 7:30 p.m. at French House (the house with a yellow-painted second story behind the student parking lot behind Rose City). For more information contact Lydia Evans at lkevans15@earlham.edu or Victoria Trezona at vltrezo15@earlham.edu.


Outdoors Club Free Trip to Outdoor Adventure Festival

Join members of Outdoors Club this Sunday as they head to Dayton, Ohio, for the Wagner Subaru Outdoor Experience: The Midwest Premiere Outdoor Adventure Festival. This is a free event with free transportation that leaves at 10 a.m. from the Bundy/Barrett parking lot. For more information about the event and a list of activities that will be available visit: http://outdoorx.metroparks.org. Space is limited so make sure to reserve your spot by RSVPing to Emma Turcotte (esturco14).


France-Senegal Fall 2017 Information Session

Earlham's Fall 2017 France-Senegal program, led by Karim Sagna, provides students with in-depth encounters with language and society in both France and Senegal and investigates the connections between the two. The location of France coupled with a shorter stay in Senegal provide a backdrop for students to consider global restructuring within a postcolonial world. Join us in Carpenter 213 on Wednesday, October 5, at 12:00 (noon) to learn more about this study abroad opportunity. Contact sagnaka@earlham.edu.


Peru: Global Health, Culture and Service Learning May Term Info Session

To find out more about Peru: Global Health, Culture, and Service Learning May Term, a first-time offered May Term, please come to the information session on Tuesday, October 4, at 4 p.m. in CST103. Students will engage in several different types of service-oriented global health initiatives in an immersive and culturally enriching experience based in Huancayo, Peru. For example, students will provide non-medical support for clinics, health centers and educational programs. They will have the opportunity to shadow medical personnel in the field and observe available surgical procedures. Student participants will also have the opportunity to participate in health education activities relevant to the local community and get involved in public health related volunteering projects. Finally, students will explore historical/cultural sites and participate in excursions/experiences inside and outside of Huancayo. This program is co-led by Jose Ignacio Pareja and Peter Blair and is sponsored by the Center for Global Health.


May Term in Berlin

Earlham's 2017 May Term in Berlin, Perspectives on Immigration and Diversity in Berlin, is a wonderful opportunity to experience Berlin and learn about the challenges and successes of the varied communities living in Germany's capital city. Prior German language ability is not required. Applications are due to the Center for Global Education (formerly IPO) on October 15. For more information, please contact Max (crumlma@earlham.edu) or Margaret (margaret@earlham.edu).


Lost & Found In Lilly Library

Please stop by the circulation desk to see if you have lost something. We have quite an array of lost items, including water bottles, textbooks, sweaters and more.


Football vs. Defiance

Come out to the football stadium on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. to support your football team when they play Defiance.


Italy May Term for Musicians and Linguists Information Meeting

If you sing, play an instrument or are a student of language, this May Term is for you. Earlham Music Professor Forrest Tobey will hold an information session this Friday, September 30, at noon in CVPA 150. The heart of the program is participation in the 10-day Alba Music Festival or in a concomitant Italian language intensive, both taking place in Alba, Italy, in the Piedmont region near Turin. The music festival will be proceeded by a cultural tour of two of Italy's great destinations, Florence and Venice, where there will be an emphasis on understanding Renaissance Italian cultural history in relationship to the present day. Visit the International Programs Office for more information and a flier on the program.


College Meeting for Worship

College Meeting for Worship is held on Sundays at 1:00 p.m., in Stout Meetinghouse. On October 2, Gabe Penk, senior History major, will speak on “Don’t Think! (too much)” for the semester-long series on “How Much is Enough?”


Congratulate Team Magic Bus at the EPIC Launch Party

Come to the EPIC Launch Party and congratulate the Magic Bus team: Iman Cooper ’15, Sonia Kabra ’16, Leslie Ossete ’16, and Wyclife Omondi ’17. The EPIC Launch Party is on September 30 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. in the CoLab. Meet the Magic Bus team, check out the new space, learn about the exciting new Centers and programs, enjoy amazing food, and have fun listening to music and playing lawn games. Free giveaways, too.


Kip Fulbeck: What are You? The Changing Face of America

Kip Fulbeck is a pioneering artist, spoken word performer and filmmaker. Fulbeck has been featured on CNN, MTV, The Today Show and PBS, and has performed and exhibited in over 20 countries and throughout the United States. Fulbeck teaches as a professor of art at the University of California, Santa Barbara, where he received the university’s distinguished teaching award and has been named an outstanding faculty member five times. In recognition for his work promoting multiracial awareness, he was awarded the inaugural Loving Prize at the 2009 Mixed Roots Film & Literary Festival and also named a cultural pioneer at Harvard University. Fulbeck will be at Earlham on Friday, September 30, at 7 p.m. in Goddard Auditorium. The event is free and tickets are not required. 


SFT & SPJP Political Prisoners Rally

Students For a Free Tibet (SFT) in collaboration with SPJP will host a political prisoners rally on The Heart on September 30, Friday, at 11:45 a.m. to highlight the plight of political prisoners in Tibet and Palestine. Come to hear the stories of political prisoners and be informed.


This Week on Inside Quaker Athletics

On this week's edition of Inside Quaker Athletics we talk to Field Hockey players Kaitlyn and Kristina Brunner. Listen here: <http://bit.ly/2deo6C5>. Inside Quaker Athletics airs weekly on Thursday and Friday afternoons on 1490/100.9 WKBV and G101.3.


Davis Peace Prize Information Session

What would you do with $10,000 to wage peace in the community of your choice anywhere in the world? Come learn about this prize that you can win and the application process. We will teach you valuable grant-writing skills along the way. Come to the main gathering space in the CoLab at 4:15 p.m. on Tuesday, October 4, to get started.


New Zealand Semester 2016 Presentation of Learning

Students from the New Zealand 2016 semester abroad program will share learnings, stories and songs of their travels at 4 p.m. on Monday, October 3, in Dennis 110. Light refreshments will be served.


Law Day at IU Bloomington - October 3

This is a reminder that the IU Law Day in Bloomington is happening on Monday, October 3. The Center for Integrated Learning is driving a van down for students, but you must register if you wish to attend. Registration is through Symplicity and we have room for up to 11 students. The van will be leaving at roughly 7 a.m. and arriving back to campus late afternoon. This is the largest law school fair in the country, so it is not to be missed if you are trying to decide if and where you should apply for law school. A campus tour and lunch will be provided. For more information visit: http://hpplc.indiana.edu/law/law-lawday.shtml


Come Partayy at the CoLab Launch Party

Wondered what the cool building is in Noyes Hall? Want to know how you and your friends could potentially be the next winners of the Hult Prize? Want to learn about how you can use your education as a tool for change in the world? If any of these questions resonate with you, please come to the CoLab on Friday from 4 - 6 p.m. We are officially launching the space and will have great music and food. Come and join us and see how you can make the CoLab your home.


Information Session about Off-Campus Theatre Festival Opportunities

Are you interested in non-profit management, marketing or networking? Making new stuff with cool people? Acting, writing, design, dramaturgy or technical work? Seeing plays and learning new stuff? Then you might want to get involved as a member of the 2017 Indy Fringe Theatre Festival Company, which will create, rehearse, market, produce and promote an original production that will be performed as part of the nationally recognized festival in Indianapolis in August. And/or you might like to participate in the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival with students from throughout the Midwest in January. To learn more about these opportunities, come to an Information Session in Runyan 007 on Wednesday, October 5, at 3 p.m. For more information contact perkily@earlham.edu.


Francophone Film Night à la Maison Française

Ever wanted to be exposed to films of different cultures and languages? Interested in watching and learning more about critically renowned Francophone film? If so, Francophone Film Night is for you. The first Francophone Film Night of the semester will take place on Saturday, October 1, at 7:30 p.m. at French House (the house with a yellow-painted second story behind the student parking lot behind Rose City). For more information contact Lydia Evans at lkevans15@earlham.edu or Victoria Trezona at vltrezo15@earlham.edu.


Outdoors Club Free Trip to Outdoor Adventure Festival

Join members of Outdoors Club this Sunday as they head to Dayton, Ohio, for the Wagner Subaru Outdoor Experience: The Midwest Premiere Outdoor Adventure Festival. This is a free event with free transportation that leaves at 10 a.m. from the Bundy/Barrett parking lot. For more information about the event and a list of activities that will be available visit: http://outdoorx.metroparks.org. Space is limited so make sure to reserve your spot by RSVPing to Emma Turcotte (esturco14).


Counseling Services Early Semester Break Hours

Counseling Services will be open for Early Semester Break. Hours are : 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. on Thursday, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. on Friday, and 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Saturday.


Drew Ramsey Convocation

As a part of his limited fall residency, Earlham graduate Drew Ramsey returns to campus to celebrate National Kale Day (which he co-created) as well as discuss food and brain health through his books Eat Complete, The Happiness Diet, and 50 Shades of Kale. In using the latest brain science and nutritional research, modern treatments, and an array of delicious food, he aims to help people live to their happiest, healthiest lives. Ramsey will speak at 1 p.m. Wednesday, October 5, in Goddard Auditorium. Free admission; no ticket required.


Earlham Artist and Lecture Series Presents Naturally 7

As part of Homecoming Weekend, Naturally 7 performs with a distinct a cappella style. This seven-man crew is more than just your average singing group. Its members have perfected an intriguing a cappella style they've branded as "Vocal Play," or singing as instruments. In its quest to celebrate the voice, Naturally 7 not only sings but also creates every backing instrument heard on its songs. We're talking drums, bass, guitars, horns, flutes, even down to turntables. Naturally 7 will perform at 8 p.m. Saturday, October 15, in Goddard Auditorium. Tickets are required: $10/Adults, $5/Seniors and Students, one free admission with Earlham ID. You can purchase tickets at the Box Office, which is open Monday – Friday from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.


No Writing Center Wednesday or Thursday

The Earlham Writing Center will close for Early Semester Break on Wednesday, October 5, and Thursday, October 6. We'll reopen for both the 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. shift and 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. shift on Sunday, October 9. Have a wonderful break.


ESR Writing Colloquium to Feature Patricia Raybon

For writers, race is a minefield full of unofficial rules and unwritten expectations. Patricia Raybon will explore this dilemma and discuss how to write stories that transcend racial identity while staying real and relevant to that identity during "Eye of the Beholder," the ESR Writing Colloquium on November 4 and 5 at ESR. She will also suggest that all writers can advance the conversation by writing race as one part of their whole selves. The conference will also feature workshops by David Dark, Marlena Graves, Al Hsu, Shena McAuliffe and Rabbi Sandy Sasso. Visit esr.earlham.edu/WC2016 or call Julie at 765-983-1423.


France-Senegal Fall 2017 Information Session

Earlham's Fall 2017 France-Senegal program, led by Karim Sagna, provides students with in-depth encounters with language and society in both France and Senegal and investigates the connections between the two. The location of France coupled with a shorter stay in Senegal provide a backdrop for students to consider global restructuring within a postcolonial world. Join us in Carpenter 213 on Wednesday, October 5, at 12:00 (noon) to learn more about this study abroad opportunity. Contact sagnaka@earlham.edu.


Peru: Global Health, Culture and Service Learning May Term Info Session

To find out more about Peru: Global Health, Culture, and Service Learning May Term, a first-time offered May Term, please come to the information session on Tuesday, October 4, at 4 p.m. in CST103. Students will engage in several different types of service-oriented global health initiatives in an immersive and culturally enriching experience based in Huancayo, Peru. For example, students will provide non-medical support for clinics, health centers and educational programs. They will have the opportunity to shadow medical personnel in the field and observe available surgical procedures. Student participants will also have the opportunity to participate in health education activities relevant to the local community and get involved in public health related volunteering projects. Finally, students will explore historical/cultural sites and participate in excursions/experiences inside and outside of Huancayo. This program is co-led by Jose Ignacio Pareja and Peter Blair and is sponsored by the Center for Global Health.


May Term in Berlin

Earlham's 2017 May Term in Berlin, Perspectives on Immigration and Diversity in Berlin, is a wonderful opportunity to experience Berlin and learn about the challenges and successes of the varied communities living in Germany's capital city. Prior German language ability is not required. Applications are due to the Center for Global Education (formerly IPO) on October 15. For more information, please contact Max (crumlma@earlham.edu) or Margaret (margaret@earlham.edu).


Lost & Found In Lilly Library

Please stop by the circulation desk to see if you have lost something. We have quite an array of lost items, including water bottles, textbooks, sweaters and more.


Football vs. Defiance

Come out to the football stadium on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. to support your football team when they play Defiance.


Italy May Term for Musicians and Linguists Information Meeting

If you sing, play an instrument or are a student of language, this May Term is for you. Earlham Music Professor Forrest Tobey will hold an information session this Friday, September 30, at noon in CVPA 150. The heart of the program is participation in the 10-day Alba Music Festival or in a concomitant Italian language intensive, both taking place in Alba, Italy, in the Piedmont region near Turin. The music festival will be proceeded by a cultural tour of two of Italy's great destinations, Florence and Venice, where there will be an emphasis on understanding Renaissance Italian cultural history in relationship to the present day. Visit the International Programs Office for more information and a flier on the program.


College Meeting for Worship

College Meeting for Worship is held on Sundays at 1:00 p.m., in Stout Meetinghouse. On October 2, Gabe Penk, senior History major, will speak on “Don’t Think! (too much)” for the semester-long series on “How Much is Enough?”


Congratulate Team Magic Bus at the EPIC Launch Party

Come to the EPIC Launch Party and congratulate the Magic Bus team: Iman Cooper ’15, Sonia Kabra ’16, Leslie Ossete ’16, and Wyclife Omondi ’17. The EPIC Launch Party is on September 30 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. in the CoLab. Meet the Magic Bus team, check out the new space, learn about the exciting new Centers and programs, enjoy amazing food, and have fun listening to music and playing lawn games. Free giveaways, too.


Daily Meditations Open To All

Feeling scattered? Meditation improves focus, relieves stress and increases self-awareness. Open meditations are held Sunday-Thursday nights at 8 p.m. for 15 - 30 minutes. Mondays at 8 p.m., in place of open meditation, we host an invigorating laughing meditation. All religious affiliations/levels of experience are welcome. Kids, Richmond community members, visitors and Earlham affiliates are welcome. Meditations happen at Bodhi/Hicks House (531 National Rd, middle house in row next to Marsh). For more information, contact Eliza Balch (ecbalch14) or Gabe Penk (gppenk13). See you soon.


Kip Fulbeck: What are You? The Changing Face of America

Kip Fulbeck is a pioneering artist, spoken word performer and filmmaker. Fulbeck has been featured on CNN, MTV, The Today Show and PBS, and has performed and exhibited in over 20 countries and throughout the United States. Fulbeck teaches as a professor of art at the University of California, Santa Barbara, where he received the university’s distinguished teaching award and has been named an outstanding faculty member five times. In recognition for his work promoting multiracial awareness, he was awarded the inaugural Loving Prize at the 2009 Mixed Roots Film & Literary Festival and also named a cultural pioneer at Harvard University. Fulbeck will be at Earlham on Friday, September 30, at 7 p.m. in Goddard Auditorium. The event is free and tickets are not required. 


SFT & SPJP Political Prisoners Rally

Students For a Free Tibet (SFT) in collaboration with SPJP will host a political prisoners rally on The Heart on September 30, Friday, at 11:45 a.m. to highlight the plight of political prisoners in Tibet and Palestine. Come to hear the stories of political prisoners and be informed.


This Week on Inside Quaker Athletics

On this week's edition of Inside Quaker Athletics we talk to Field Hockey players Kaitlyn and Kristina Brunner. Listen here: <http://bit.ly/2deo6C5>. Inside Quaker Athletics airs weekly on Thursday and Friday afternoons on 1490/100.9 WKBV and G101.3.


Davis Peace Prize Information Session

What would you do with $10,000 to wage peace in the community of your choice anywhere in the world? Come learn about this prize that you can win and the application process. We will teach you valuable grant-writing skills along the way. Come to the main gathering space in the CoLab at 4:15 p.m. on Tuesday, October 4, to get started.


New Zealand Semester 2016 Presentation of Learning

Students from the New Zealand 2016 semester abroad program will share learnings, stories and songs of their travels at 4 p.m. on Monday, October 3, in Dennis 110. Light refreshments will be served.


Law Day at IU Bloomington - October 3

This is a reminder that the IU Law Day in Bloomington is happening on Monday, October 3. The Center for Integrated Learning is driving a van down for students, but you must register if you wish to attend. Registration is through Symplicity and we have room for up to 11 students. The van will be leaving at roughly 7 a.m. and arriving back to campus late afternoon. This is the largest law school fair in the country, so it is not to be missed if you are trying to decide if and where you should apply for law school. A campus tour and lunch will be provided. For more information visit: http://hpplc.indiana.edu/law/law-lawday.shtml


Come Partayy at the CoLab Launch Party

Wondered what the cool building is in Noyes Hall? Want to know how you and your friends could potentially be the next winners of the Hult Prize? Want to learn about how you can use your education as a tool for change in the world? If any of these questions resonate with you, please come to the CoLab on Friday from 4 - 6 p.m. We are officially launching the space and will have great music and food. Come and join us and see how you can make the CoLab your home.


Information Session about Off-Campus Theatre Festival Opportunities

Are you interested in non-profit management, marketing or networking? Making new stuff with cool people? Acting, writing, design, dramaturgy or technical work? Seeing plays and learning new stuff? Then you might want to get involved as a member of the 2017 Indy Fringe Theatre Festival Company, which will create, rehearse, market, produce and promote an original production that will be performed as part of the nationally recognized festival in Indianapolis in August. And/or you might like to participate in the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival with students from throughout the Midwest in January. To learn more about these opportunities, come to an Information Session in Runyan 007 on Wednesday, October 5, at 3 p.m. For more information contact perkily@earlham.edu.


Francophone Film Night à la Maison Française

Ever wanted to be exposed to films of different cultures and languages? Interested in watching and learning more about critically renowned Francophone film? If so, Francophone Film Night is for you. The first Francophone Film Night of the semester will take place on Saturday, October 1, at 7:30 p.m. at French House (the house with a yellow-painted second story behind the student parking lot behind Rose City). For more information contact Lydia Evans at lkevans15@earlham.edu or Victoria Trezona at vltrezo15@earlham.edu.


Outdoors Club Free Trip to Outdoor Adventure Festival

Join members of Outdoors Club this Sunday as they head to Dayton, Ohio, for the Wagner Subaru Outdoor Experience: The Midwest Premiere Outdoor Adventure Festival. This is a free event with free transportation that leaves at 10 a.m. from the Bundy/Barrett parking lot. For more information about the event and a list of activities that will be available visit: http://outdoorx.metroparks.org. Space is limited so make sure to reserve your spot by RSVPing to Emma Turcotte (esturco14).


Counseling Services Early Semester Break Hours

Counseling Services will be open for Early Semester Break. Hours are : 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. on Thursday, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. on Friday, and 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Saturday.


Drew Ramsey Convocation

As a part of his limited fall residency, Earlham graduate Drew Ramsey returns to campus to celebrate National Kale Day (which he co-created) as well as discuss food and brain health through his books Eat Complete, The Happiness Diet, and 50 Shades of Kale. In using the latest brain science and nutritional research, modern treatments, and an array of delicious food, he aims to help people live to their happiest, healthiest lives. Ramsey will speak at 1 p.m. Wednesday, October 5, in Goddard Auditorium. Free admission; no ticket required.


Earlham Artist and Lecture Series Presents Naturally 7

As part of Homecoming Weekend, Naturally 7 performs with a distinct a cappella style. This seven-man crew is more than just your average singing group. Its members have perfected an intriguing a cappella style they've branded as "Vocal Play," or singing as instruments. In its quest to celebrate the voice, Naturally 7 not only sings but also creates every backing instrument heard on its songs. We're talking drums, bass, guitars, horns, flutes, even down to turntables. Naturally 7 will perform at 8 p.m. Saturday, October 15, in Goddard Auditorium. Tickets are required: $10/Adults, $5/Seniors and Students, one free admission with Earlham ID. You can purchase tickets at the Box Office, which is open Monday – Friday from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.


No Writing Center Wednesday or Thursday

The Earlham Writing Center will close for Early Semester Break on Wednesday, October 5, and Thursday, October 6. We'll reopen for both the 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. shift and 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. shift on Sunday, October 9. Have a wonderful break.


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