The Student Association represents students’ interests and concerns, runs social events and supports our clubs.
SA officers are elected by, and for, students. Representatives sit on a number of School committees, ensuring student interests are taken into account in any senior management decision process.
Each year the SA brings the London Business School community together for a series of celebratory events including the multicultural festival Tattoo and the Summer Ball.
Start a Club
Are you looking for a student club or group that interests you but you cannot find one at DePauw that fits your needs? Why not start your own; it’s easy:
1) Each new group must have at least 10 members (including executive board members) and a faculty/professional staff advisor.
2) All students must be eligible for campus activities. Please see the student handbook for more information.
3) Fulfill recognition requirements through DePauw Student Government (DSG). In order to use University facilities/resources and to re request student fee funding, you must be a recognized student club or group.Submit a constitution to DSGSubmit for Student Organization Recognition through the process found on CampusLabs under the Organizations tab
SILVER THREADS: Club activities help keep body and mind fit
Silver Threads Seniors Club in Petawawa is gearing up for another year of activities beginning in the fall. For all seniors in the community that are 50 years of age and older we offer a variety of things to do that will keep you active and fit and assist the good old brain in staying in fine shape to boot.Article content
The cost of a membership to Silver Threads is only $25 per year and that is a fiscal year from April 1 to March 31. We ask a small participation fee for our activities and this assists us in having a great place for seniors in the community.Article content
Stone Fence Theatre is a local group of people who write and act in musical plays throughout the Ottawa Valley. During the summer and fall they are offering the chance for folks to attend a play in many areas of the Valley and one of them is close to home at the Rankin Culture and Recreation Centre. The cost of attendance is $40 per person. The plays are usually comedies that give us a little slice of life and huge laughs about the area that we love to live in and enjoy. The play this year is, “Conspiracy Conniptions.” Refreshments are available along with some delicious sweet snacks for your enjoyment. Please come out and support local people putting on amazing plays in our very own backyard.Article content
Come out to Silver Threads Seniors Club for friendship and fellowship and meet fellow locals and find out what’s going on in the beautiful town of Petawawa. When you come by, drop off an item for the food bank and also your stamped grocery receipts from Hyska’s Your Independent Grocer store.
During the summer, the following activities are being offered: bingo; yoga twice a week; essentrics; games; bid euchre; regular euchre; quilting twice a week, and art group.
We have a Facebook page and the club is open from Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Our phone number is 613-687-6574.
We offer a foot clinic every week and you can phone the office to select an appointment.
Until next time, enjoy the sunny days, wear sunscreen, a hat, and wear your life vest out on the water at all times.