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Film Series: The Bride of Frankenstein

1935. USA. Dir: James Whale. With Boris Karloff, Elsa Lanchester. 75 min.

 

Doc Frankenstein reluctantly agrees to help his former mentor assemble a female creature just as his original monster comes back from the dead (again) to terrorize the countryside. The crown jewel of Universal’s classic monster movies receives a rare sequel that’s funnier, scarier and more beautiful than its predecessor.

Tonight / 8 p.m. / Goldsmith Family Cinema / Free

Economics Workshop!

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From Kerry Nix ’16:

The Economics Workshop (PAC136) is open from Sunday-Thursday 7-9pm!

This Workshop is part of the new Pilot Economics Peer Mentoring Program.

Stop by PAC136 to get help with a problem set, talk about Economics concepts, or just to chat with an Economics Peer Mentor.

*This Workshop is open to EVERYONE – not just (female-identifying) Economics students!*

Co-sponsored by the Economics Department, the Office of Student Affairs, the Econ Majors Committee, and FEW

Date: Every Sunday – Thursday
Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Place: PAC136
Cost: FREE- YOU GET (abstract) BENEFITS!
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