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    The Student Activities
Union wants your in
put!
If you want to get in
volved come to our meet-
K
ings every 1 st and 3rd Tues
day of each month or E-mail
SheegogPJ@SAPC.edu to
speak up about what you
want to see on campus.
SAU Events:
Nov 7 Comedian
Knight Life 6:30pm
Michael Dean Ester
Nov 10 Bonfire
Granville Beach Dusk
Nov 17 Airband Farrago
9pm-lam BYOB
The Traveler Series:
Sunday, November 11th ~ Fay
etteville, NC
The Climbing Place
Cross Creek Mall and Dinner
The Lipizzaner Stallions are coming to
the Crown Coliseum on Nov 30th at 7:30
pm. The Equestrian program is ordering
group tickets. The cost of these tickets is
$20.50 or $17.50 (a $5 discount over the
regular price.) If you would like to order
tickets, please leave a check in the enve
lope on my door LA A7 before Nov. 12th.
This will give me time to order and dis
tribute the tickets.
MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO JACKIE
DWELLE and sign up on the form on the
door.
November Holidays
List compiled by Melissa Whittaker
Did you know that November is National Can
cer Awareness Month? How about National Ameri
can Indian Month? It is also National Peanut Butter
Lovers Month as well as Leam Chinese Month and
National Pomegranite Month.
1- National Men Make Dinner Day; National Plan
Your Epitaph Day (you can never start too early)
2- Deviled Egg Day
3- Cliche Day (Isn’t that “something you can sink
your teeth into”...’’takes one to know one”); also
Sandwich Day
4- Use Your Common Sense Day and King Tut Day
5- Gunpowder Day
6- Marooned Without a Compass Day
7- National Bittersweet Chocolate With Almonds
Day (yum!)
8- Cook Something Bold and Pungent Day and
Dunce Day
9- Guinness World Records Day (go try to set one
today-or at least read the book or visit http://www.
guinnessworldrecords.com)
10- Area Code Day
11 - Death/Duty Day
12- National Pizza With The Works Except Ancho
vies Day
13-World Kindness Day (*hugs*)
14-National American Teddy Bear Day; also Loosen
Up, Lighten Up Day
15-National Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day (Do
you *really* want to look inside?)
16- Have a Party with Your Bear Day; also Button
Day
17- Homemade Bread Day and Take a Hike Day
18- Mickey Mouse Day (sing it with me now “M-I-
C...”); also Married to a Scorpio Support Day, and
Push-Button Phone Day
19- Have a Bad Day Day (feeling bad because you
didn’t do well on a test today? Look; you’re cel
ebrating!)
20- Name Your PC Day (your computer does a lot,
so stop calling your computer “if’-unless that’s your
computer’s name).
21-Hello World Day
22-Thanksgiving Day; also Turkey-Free Thanksgiv
ing Day and Start Your Own Country Day
23- Flossing Day; Buy Nothing Day (look it’s the
day for all those people not wanting to take part in
Black Friday, today); National Salesperson’s Day
24- International Aura Awareness Day
25- National Parfait Day
26- Shopping Reminder Day (whoot! You’ve got
less than a month to buy all those presents)
27- Rockefellar Center Christmas Tree Lighting
Day (go watch it on TV-you know you want to)
28- Make Your Own Head Day
29-Electronic Greetings Day and Square Dance
Day (put on some “Cotton Eye Joe”)
30 (the professors won’t like this one unless they
celebrate, too) Stay Home Because You’re Well Day
    

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