Narrowing it down: top five events on campus this week

It was always weird to me that we turned to groundhogs to predict anything about winter, and this year has reaffirmed that position. According to Punxsutawney Phil we have another six weeks of winter coming our way. If the past two months have qualified as winter, I’m pretty okay with that. More winter or less winter, here are a couple non-weather-related events to keep you busy.

Making Real Money as a Creative Entrepreneur — Tuesday, February 7 @ 2pm, Titsworth Living Room
Join SLC Alum Joe Lazauskas (’10) in a discussion about how to take those skills you know you already have (i.e. writing) and turn them into income.  Lazauskas currently works at The Faster Times and has lots of ideas and advice about how the digital world is the next frontier for  up-and-coming writers eager to engage in all forms of social networking.  Come here him speak and find out about opportunities at Faster Times Media.

FIRST LOOK: A Reading of The Sisters — Tuesday, February 7 @ 6:30pm, Cannon Workshop Theater
The Theater Department’s FIRST LOOK series presents readings of new student written work.  The Sisters, written by Roxy MtJoy kicks off this semester.  The play tells the story of six sisters in the years before World War II.  Students will read the play and a discussion will follow.

Bollywood Dance Club — Wednesday, February 8 @ 5pm, Titsworth Dance Studio
The Bollywood Dance Club will offer you everything you need to fulfill my your dreams: to be in that scene of Bridge and Prejudice. This is definitely the best way you could spend and hour on Wednesday afternoon.

SLC Moving Picture Show Competition — Wednesday, February 8 @ 5:45pm, Heimbold 202
Did you know that you could make a film about something you love about SLC, enter it in a competition, have it screened, and potentially win cash prizes? Whether that is news to you or not, head to Heimbold (after some Bollywood dancing) and find out more about the Moving Picture Show Competition. Email ldammann@gm.slc.edu or jadduci@sarahlawrence.edu with any questions.

The Westchester Land Trust Presents: Dar Williams — Thursday, February 9 @ 7pm, Reisinger
In this lecture/concert Dar Williams will bring her ideas about the ‘local lifestyle’ and living greener to SLC. Williams is a folk singer/songwriter from the Hudson Valley who writes and sings about her passion for the environment (among other things). The event is free for SLC students, faculty, and staff, but you’ll have to make a reservation with College Events at: Collegeevents@sarahlawrence.edu or 914-395-2412. For non-SLCers, tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the door via the Westchester Land Trust (www.westchesterlandtrust.org or 914-241-6346 x23.)

Nina Sparling (Editor, “What’s Up”) is a bi-coastal aspiring bread baker frustrated with the current food system. Originally from Berkeley, she moved to New York, complaining most of the way, until she found the Met and figured out the subway (but still has serious envy for Bay Area vegetables). Currently a sophomore at Sarah Lawrence, Nina studies languages, political ecology, and geography and tries to figure out how they all relate.

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