Adam Rot(bot)stein ’12 writes:
Tired of boring corporate meetings? No? Why would you be, you’re in college. But not for long. Now you can. Have it all. It’s here, the only Sketch Comedy Show that is more or less interesting than a corporate meeting. Haven’t had your morning joe? No Problem. It will be late in the evening by then, and we will be serenading you. A rose by any other name is not a rose, not yet a woman. Profit margins will increase, BYOBGYN.
Date: Tuesday, May 9th (tomorrow!)
Place: Nics Lounge
Cost: $31.25 (tax included)
Facebook event is here.
A message from Pamela Tatge at the CFA about a great event happening Tuesday:
Celebrate the writing excellence of students in Middletown Public Schools, grades 6 through 12, and hear their winning submissions of essays, short stories and poetry from the annual literary magazine, Silent Sounds. Middletown High theater students will be reading excerpts of the writers winning submissions.
The Center for the Arts has been publishing books compiling students’ works for the past 13 years in collaboration with the English Department of Middletown Public Schools, with support from Community And University Services for Education. This event is co-sponsored by the Center for the Arts, Community and University Services for Education, and the Middletown Public Schools Cultural Council.
What: Silent Sounds student written works celebration
Where: CFA Hall
When: Tuesday, May 7, 6:30 p.m.
Lina Breslav ’13 and Sami Ressler ’13 make Monday suck less, no pun intended:
Summer is basically here, and WesAmnesty will be selling popsicles and ice cream sandwiches in the Usdan courtyard on Monday between 11-2. Make sure to bring a few dollars for some delicious frozen treats!
Date: Today, May 6
Time: 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Place: Usdan Courtyard
Has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like? Yes, someone has. It’s Samantha Sikder ’14, actually!
Come join your peers and alum Dan Fischer ’11 in discussing their experiences in Palestine this past year. Learn more about the conflict from students’ personal stories.
Featuring Dan Fischer ’11, Natasha Phillips ’14, Carina Kurban ’14, Danny Blinderman ’14 and Samantha Sikder ’14.
Monday, May 6
Click through the jump for more information on the panelists.