Need to relax on a Saturday night but can’t think of anything fun to do? Wanna just chill out, play some games, and meet some awesome new friends? Well-Being House is having another Board Game Night, this Saturday night at 9 pm. Stop by anytime, and get ready to have fun!
Date: Saturday, April 7 Time: 9:00 pm – 12:00 am Place: Well-Being House, 250 Court Street Cost: Free
1994. India/UK. Dir: Shekhar Kapur. With Seema Biswas. 119 min.
Completed just as the real “Bandit Queen,” Phoolan Devi, was released from 11 years in prison, this biopic created a scandal when Devi – enraged by being portrayed as a “victim” of rape – threatened to set herself on fire outside the theater. Before the film, Gayathri Khemadasa will play piano selections from her Phoolan Devi opera. Prof. William Pinch (History) will lead a post-film panel discussion.
Film board schmilm board, amiright? Will Fesperman ’15 sends word of a quite moving documentary that is being shown for free at the Career Resquash Center this Friday night:
Come see this poignant documentary about the mormon church’s campaign against LGBT rights and their funding of Proposition 8 in California that stripped marriage rights from gay couples. There will be a discussion after the film for anyone who wants to stay and talk about it.
Game changer: “There will be rainbow goldfish.”
Date: Friday, April 6 Time: 8 pm Place: Career Center (I assume in the big room with the TV?) Cost: Free Friendster: LinkedIn
Matthew Donahue ’14 wants you to put on your running shoes! Sign up now online or at the event.
Join us for our 2nd annual 5K for Brighter Dawns and help us improve health conditions in the slums of Bangladesh on April 14th! Registration is $10 per person and pre-registration, which is strongly encouraged, can be completed online at our website. Check-in at Long Lane Farm will begin at 10:30AM, and the race will start promptly at 11AM. Directions can be found on our website. T-shirts and tote bags can be purchased on the day of the event. Walk, jog or run with us to give impoverished people in Bangladesh the opportunity to live healthier lives!