Friday, January 05, 2007

Weekend Update, Combined Edition

Friday, January 5th
Is Cynicism Honest? A Lecture by Dick Keyes
Sponsored by the Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, Dick Keyes is an expert when it comes to modern religion. Thinking your religion is a bit dated? Dick Keyes presents a fascinating topic focusing in on cynicism that seems quite prevalent in young people today.
(4:30PM in MBH 216)

Cafecito Hour: Marie Horbar ('09)
Marie Horbar ('09) presents on her travels to the Dominican Republic and her work at a sustainable coffee farm on the slopes of Pico Duarte (the largest mountain in the Carribean). She's the first student to present a Cafecito Hour this year!
(4:30PM in Carr Hall/PALANA)

MCAB FFF: Beerfest
Two brothers travel to Oktoberfest in Germany... beer, beer games, and fight club ensue.
(showings at 4:30, 7, 9:30PM in Dana Audit)

Men's Ice Hockey vs. Skidmore
Yes, that's the Saratoga Spring Skidmore College Thoroughbreds. Now what kind of mascot is a thoroughbred? They might as well just call themselves "the horses."
(7PM at Kenyon Arena)

MCAB Dance Party: What I Want to Be When I Grow Up
So dress like what you want to be when you grow up. So, basically, an 80s hipster look will do just fine.
(11PM-2AM in McCulloch (sic) Social Space)

Saturday, January 6th
Men's Hockey vs. Castleton
(4:00PM in Kenyon Arena)

24 Hours
No, not Jack Bauer. 5 Plays written and directed in 24 hours and performed in 1.5 hours. Yes, that ought to be fun. Nothing like seeing really tired people -- supposedly, if you're really tired, it's as if you're drunk.
(8PM in Hepburn Zoo, tickets at door)

Sunday, January 7th

Women's Basketball vs. Renssalaer
I'm not quite sure where Renessalaer comes from but with a name like that, who cares. See our ladies go to head to head in this matchup.
(12PM in Pepin Gym)

Organic Garden Meeting
One of the few hidden treasures of Midd is the organic garden located out in the field behind Ross. Go to their meeting to get involved for the spring. Volunteer opportunities are open all year and a few paid positions available during the summer
(6:30PM in Ross Seminar Room B11)

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