• Today is Thursday, October 23, 2014.


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I have been out with mono but am finally back and at it for BMES! We have Flag Football this Sunday at 7:30 pm and also Food Pantry this Friday from 4:45 pm to 8 pm. Other than that, BMES has a quieter week so catch up on your studying, sleep, and good work on the mid-semester presentations.

Hope All is Well,

Kyle Koehler

Posted on Sunday, October 5, 2014

GE Healthcare at the General Meeting!

Hello Everybody,

We have a big meeting this Wednesday where GE will be coming in and talking about how to build a standout resume and about the internships and co-ops available from GE Healthcare. We will be electing our Freshman Rep this week as well so all freshmen interested please prepare about a 30 second pitch about why the organization should elect you for this position! I welcome anyone interested to run. We are also going to the Food pantry this Friday! I encourage many people to sign up at the meeting this Wednesday! Keep up on the classes and make some time for BMES this week.


Kyle Koehler

Posted on Sunday, September 14, 2014

Welcome Back!!


Summer is over and school has started but that doesn't mean BMES won't have fun. Join us at our Fall Kickoff Meeting this Wednesday in 1047 ECB at 6 pm or come eat some grilled food on Friday 9/5 at Cole Gardens (Front of Dejope at volleyball courts). A lot will be going on in the next couple of weeks so make sure to check your email, the calendar or the Facebook page!! I have nothing else to add except hope that summer was a great time and that school will be just as fun.

Work hard this year BMES!



Posted on Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Upcoming Events

Food Pantry!
      October 24, 2014 4:45PM

Swing Dancing
      October 24, 2014 6:00PM

Special Olympics Bowling!
      November 1, 2014 11:15AM


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