It’s the first day of classes. Don’t be AWK on your way to class because you don’t know where AWKS is (it’s the Art Workshops, by the way). Here is the registrar’s guide to Building Codes & Locations. If you’re a freshman, you’re going to get lost anyway.
Here’s a map of campus. Don’t be ashamed to use it. Go get ’em with your smarts!
The 48 Hour Magazine submission period begins NOW. The theme of this issue is MAPS. We are looking for ANY form of writing, visual content, or film—especially materials created today. If you already have material that fits, send it in as well!
Submissions are due by midnight tonight to 48hourmag[at]gmail[dot]com. All submissions must include your name, class year, the title of the work, and preferably your phone number.
Dr. O’Callahan will talk about the kinds of questions you should ask yourself before choosing when, where, and with which organization to volunteer or work abroad. Please bring your supper and join us for this conversation. All are welcome.
Before joining the faculty of the Middlesex Hospital’s Family Practice Program, Dr. O’Callahan spent three years working in a rural region of Guatemala. He continues to work in community-based medicine in Guatemala, training health workers and midwives. He is currently chair of the American Academy of Pediatrics, Section on International Child Health. Anyone considering the field of public health and/or work in international medicine should find this an inspiring and thought-provoking evening.
Prior to Dr. O’Callahan’s talk, we will be viewing a portion of the PBS documentary, Unnatural Causes, beginning at 6 PM.
Sponsored by the HealthCAN (Health Care Access Now) and MAPS (Minority Association of Pre-medical Students), and the CRC.
Date: March 30th
Time: 6:00 PM
Place: Woodhead Lounge