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|Sunday, July 29th, 2007|
Hi again Flagstaffians, I wanted to give everyone a follow up on the GameStop position. A lot of people emailed me saying they were interested in a part time job. Some of them I was able to reply to, and some of them I haven't yet responded to. Sorry to those of you who haven't received a reply from me yet! I was avoiding the internet because I was afraid of Harry Potter spoilers. But, I'm not afraid anymore and ready to reply to your emails, which I'll be doing shortly.
In the mean time, I want to say that I'm going to be holding a group interview
this Monday at 3:30PM. If you are interested in a part time position, please show up! I still need to hire a few more people and I'd love to meet you. Even if you don't receive an email from me, you are still welcome to come! I'll have applications there which you can fill out on the spot and I will be asking everyone questions in a very comfortable group setting.
The interview will be at the Flagstaff Mall at 3:30 this Monday. Meet at the GameStop in the Flagstaff Mall. Again we are hiring for the store that will be opening in the Wal-Mart parking lot, but we are meeting at the GameStop in the Flagstaff Mall. I stress this because I've had a couple of people show up for interviews at the new location accidentally. =)
Please arrive 15 minutes early (at 3:15) so that everyone is there on time. Also, please send me at email (furkitfox at gmail dot com) and let me know you'll be coming so that I know how many people to expect. And lastly, if you can't make it to this group interview but you are still interested in a job, email me to let me know and I can try and set something up at a later time with you.
|Friday, July 27th, 2007|
I'm taking a survey and would love it if you could respond with honest answers. Either post your response in a comment or if you prefer e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org. This survey is because my friends and I are planning on starting a business in flagstaff(perferably downtown) because of the lack that we have seen. Thanks for you time!
Do you live in flagstaff?
Do you attend school, or are planning on attending school in flagstaff?
Would you be interested in seeing a hookah lounge in flagstaff?
If so, would you be a customer there?
What would you like to see in such and establishment?
Would you be interested in seeing an adult retailer and tantra supplier?
If so, would you be a customer there?
What would you like to see in such and establishment?
Do you have any suggestions, opinions, or advice for either establishment? Current Mood: curious
|Friday, April 27th, 2007|
|Thursday, April 26th, 2007|
|Tuesday, April 24th, 2007|
LAST (official) PRISM MEETING OF THE YEAR
So tomorrow, 7:30pm in Havasupai A & B, we will hold the last PRISM meeting of the 2006-2007 year and we're going to be discussing a couple of big issues. Namely, the future of PRISM.
As per the PRISM constitution, the PRISM president for the 07-08 year will be elected tomorrow, and nominations can begin for all other e-board positions for next fall and spring. Elections for other executive board positions will not be made until the start of the spring semester, but that gives you the summer to mull it over.
We're also going to be looking at some ideas for next fall and spring and begin deciding in what direction we want to take this amazing, advocacy, social, and outreach organization next year, and in the years to come.
I look forward to seeing all of you there tomorrow night!
REMINDER: DRAG SHOW THIS THURSDAY, APRIL 26. IF YOU ARE PERFORMING, PLEASE CONTACT JAKE.
WHERE: ORPHEUM THEATRE
WHEN: APRIL 26, DOORS OPEN AT 7pm
HOW MUCH?: $5 with student ID, $7 w/out student ID
|Wednesday, April 18th, 2007|
NATIONAL DAY OF SILENCE AND PRIDE MARCH TODAY
PRIDE MARCH AND NATIONAL DAY OF SILENCE:
National Day of Silence--
When: APRIL 18 (TODAY)--Demonstration on the pedway starts at approx 10am
--Signs declaring your purpose in staying silent today are availalbe outside the PRISM office, Rm 203 upstairs in the university union.
WHAT: a day long event sponsored and promoted by YOU and your GLBTQ community members. For those of you that are out--to your friends, family, co-workers--you understand the kind of freedom that you have that allows you to be out; to be yourself. At the same time, there are hundreds of thousands of GLBTQ individuals worldwide that are not able to be out, to express affection with their partner or even have a partner openly usually because they are afraid of physical harm or social ostracizing. National Day of Silence is an event where individuals like you stay silent for a day, or even a few hours, in an open way (usually though wearing a pinned-on sign sign that states their purpose) to raise awareness of the hate and fear that afflicts GLBTQ individuals daily. You would be giving up your voice in order to spread awareness in the hopes that one day no one will have to stay silent out of fear again.
To pick up a Day of Silence Statement Sign: Stop by the PRISM office or contact email@example.com and we will send you a sign to print and wear proudly for the day/a few hours.
To learn more about the history of NDOS and it's purpose, contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
When: APRIL 18
Where: Meet outside the University Union by the Amphitheatre at 5pm.
Why: PRIDE needs no reason ;-D. This PRIDE MARCH is a continuation of PRISMs Proud Out Loud events for April, and is held in April so that all members of the GLBTQ community have a greater opportunity to get involved (during Pride in the Pines many student members of the GLBTQ community are not in town, and so miss out on this important community event). The march will kick off with a couple of speakers and a musician or two, and then proceed through the pedway to downtown and the park. THIS EVENT IS THE "BREAKING OF THE SILENCE" EVENT, which means that we will end the National Day of Silence with as much noise and visibility as possible. This is a Pride march, so dress Proud Out Loud (but no nudity, please) and bring noisemakers, pots, pans what have you for the Breaking of the Silence!
We will be going at a slow walking pace, so strollers are more than welcome.
For more information and to get involved, contact PRISM@nau.edu
last minute but
i'm heading to tucson tonight. anyone looking for a ride down? we can split the gas.
comment or call me.
|Sunday, April 15th, 2007|
|Saturday, April 14th, 2007|
|Monday, April 9th, 2007|
|Wednesday, March 28th, 2007|
I hope you all had a fantastic break, and I wanted to let everyone know that we do have a meeting tonight at 7:30, upstairs in Havasupai A&B.
If you didn't have a t-shirt made as of the last meeting, then bring it to this meeting. We have a lot of work to do on the upcoming PRIDE March and I look forward to seeing yo at the meeting tonight!
SISTER SPIT--April 15
DRAG SHOW--the week of April 16, date not yet confirmed
NATIONAL DAY OF SILENCE: APRIL 18
PRIDE MARCH, followed by speakers, etc: APRIL 18, beginning at 5pm
If you would like to know more about a particular event or about PRISM itself, please contact us at email@example.com
|Wednesday, March 7th, 2007|
PRISM--NAUs Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersexed and Allies organization--meets every Wednesday, at 7:30pm, in Havasupai A7B (upstairs in the University Union). Want more info? Call us at (928) 523 7110 or send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
I realize many of you are unable to attend our general meetings, but here's an update of some of the things we have going on in the coming months.
During March (because of Spring Break) we're mostly going to be planning for the Drag Show and the PRIDE March.
Our town doesn't have a PRIDE March currently, so let's make this a first. Talk to us about getting involved in making banners, flyering, or--if you're interested, have good public speaking skills, and feel you can talk about the importance of visibility, community, and PRIDE among the GLBTQQIA community--being a speaker/performer at the end of the march rally (spoken word/slam poetry is also acceptable). This is your town and your community, and this semester we're all about being Proud Out Loud, so stop on by and get involved!
Second Annual Drag Show : Drag Troupe 'Barely Legal's' farewell show! Features live performances of local kings and queens strutting their stuff on the stage-- April 5th. Location: TBA. Contact PRISM or reply to this e-mail for more information.
National Day of Silence and PRIDE March: Over a decade of staying silent so that others won't have to, by promoting awareness and visibility. Join us at the end of the day for a community-wide "Breaking of the Silence" with a PRIDE March through town, followed by speakers. Get to know one-another, and share in the spirit of Unity Through Diversity. This will be a walking march, so bring good shoes--strollers welcome (we'll be moving at a comfortable pace). Remember: This is a PRIDE March, so let your colours shine! Those pink spandex leggings and rainbow suspenders you found at Savers that you've been dying to wear? This will be your chance! This is about VISIBILITY--the more visible you are, the better.*
*SIDE NOTE: No nudity, and you may want to take the weather into consideration when choosing your ensemble.
Location: Meet on Campus, evening of April 18, 2007. For more information, please contact PRISM at NAU at email@example.com or Stephanie Arendt, the president of PRISM, at firstname.lastname@example.org
SISTER SPIT: THE NEXT GENERATION:--Award-winning female writers and artists (many of them from within the GLBTQQIA community) are coming to NAU this APRIL 15TH! Spoken word, performance art, live readings, and more from writers and artists like MICHELLE TEA and CHRISTY ROAD. Where: Cline Library Auditorium. When: April 15, 6:30pm. For more information about getting tickets, or the event, contact PRISM at NAU at email@example.com
If you would like more information on the authours and artists coming to your town, visit www.sisterspitnextgen.com
We'll see you there!
|Tuesday, February 27th, 2007|
Come to PRISM!
This Wednesday evening before heading out to Ladies '80s, doing homework, or surfing Myspace for a couple of hours, why not head on over to a PRISM meeting?
PRISM is NAUs Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersexed, and Allies organization, and we meet every Wednesday at 7:30pm, in Havasupai A & B (upstairs in the University Union).
This Wednesday we are hosting a Sex Toy Party (like a Tupperware Party, only better) and discussing hosting a PRIDE March.
So stop on by!
If you have any other questions, concerns, or just something you want to talk to a PRISM member about--someone who's been there perhaps, and knows what you may be going though, whether it's coming out, roommate problems, identity issues--stop by our office. Our office is also located upstairs in the the University Union, so drop in any time. If there's no one in the office when you stop by, just leave a message on our board, and we'll get right back to you.
|Wednesday, January 31st, 2007|
SEX WORKERS ART SHOW AND PRISM
PRISM: NAUs Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning and Allies organization.
Meetings are held EVERY WEDNESDAY at 7:30pm in Havasupai A & B
(upstairs in the University Union)
Want more info?
Call us: (928) 523 7110
SEX WORKERS ART SHOW:
This FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2nd
At 7:30pm, in the DuBois Ballroom (on South Campus).
$5 per person to attend
Come and enjoy a Cabaret-style evening of performance art created by people who work in the sex indistry to dispel the myth that they are anything short of artists, innovators, and geniuses!
Sponsored by ASWI and PRISM
|Friday, March 2nd, 2007|
|Thursday, December 14th, 2006|
PRISM FUNDRAISER TOMORROW
Good afternoon, everyone!
Now, I know you're thinking, "wait, PRISM is over for the semester"
You're right; it is.
Here's your chance to help earn your favourite club some extra spending money.
Tomorrow, from 7:30am-5pm (approximately) ASWI will be selling commencement flowers outside of the Sky Dome for students graduating this semester. And they've invited PRISM members to help out again his year, and in return PRISM will receive a portion of the profits.
Just think: with this money we could buy our VP some new magic cards, new pillows for the couches, our secretary could afford to give her youngest braces.
Or we could use the money for GLBTQQIA advocacy work, y'know.
SO: IF YOU ARE INTERESTED
Please contact Jasmine at (623) 210 1633 to set up a ride/other details.
OR simply meet Jasmine and the other PRISM and ASWI members at 7:30am by the giant Lumberjack statue on South (by the Dome).
This event does run 7:30am-5pm, BUT YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE THERE THE WHOLE TIME. Call Jasmine so that you can find the booths if you're going to be there after 7:30am, and check in with Kaelen/Jasmine when you get there.
Thank you so much again for a fantastic semester!
|Friday, December 1st, 2006|
|Thursday, November 30th, 2006|
Okay, quick question:
Two years ago, 2004-2005 year, I left two sleds in the Prism office. A crappy duct taped one and another one that looked pretty damn cool. Are they still there? Current Mood: curious