This Week’s TOP 5 Events On Campus – 10/27/13

This Week’s Top 5 Events

(Ordered by Date)

International Programs Study Abroad Fair

When: Tuesday October 29th 1pm-3pm

Where: PAC Lobby

For anyone interested in studying abroad, this is an important event to attend. This is where you will be able to scope out all available programs, both SLC-run and those run by SLC affiliates, and discuss options to see what will work best for you. I attended the Study Abroad Fair for the first time way back in freshman year to learn about the Paris Program, and I benefitted from hearing veterans discuss their experiences. Studying abroad in a Sarah Lawrence frame of learning is an unforgettable experience. 

C.A.T.S. Haunted House

When: Wednesday October 30th 9pm-12am

Where: A*Space

FINALLY the best holiday of the year has arrived at our doorsteps: HALLOWEEN! The members of the Creative Arts Thinking Space are celebrating in style, and are thus treating us all to an immersive haunted house experience in the A*Space (in Bates building) on Hallow’s Eve. Come hang out and listen to some poetry, see some art and get spooky!

Check out the Facebook event page for more info!

F.E.A.R. Project Presents

When: Thursday October 31st 5:30pm-7pm

Where: Slonim Living Room/Stone Room

“This week’s topic: Developing a Critical Consciousness around CLASS -Confronting the -Isms and Deconstructing Media The F.E.A.R. Project stands for Focusing on Ever Active Resistance to Apathy, Oppression, and Injustice. It is a safe space for weekly social justice dialogues. All are welcome to attend. Our goal this semester is to focus on three social identities (race, class, and gender identity & expression), examine our earliest messages and where they come from and then to work on building our lens of critical consciousness and to gain and share tools to address and dismantle the -isms associated with these identities. We hope you join us in this work of creating a more inclusive and just community. For more information please contact us at fearproject@gm.slc.edu Sponsored by the Office of Diversity and Campus Engagement. Refreshments Served.”

Men’s and Women’s Swimming SLC Sprint Carnival

When: Saturday November 2nd 1:30pm-5pm

Where: Campbell Sports Center Pool

Come to the Campbell Sports Center Pool for some exciting swimming action is Saturday afternoon!

SLC Theatre Production: Red Light Winter

When: Friday November 1st 8pm-?

Where: Bates Basement (The Batesment)

The Melancholy Players are proud to present “Red Light Winter” by Adam Rapp. Directed by Ethan Shafran Moltz and stage managed by Chloe Seriego, this production will star students Chris Kelly, Zach Lusk and Julia Rufo.

(Also Saturday @ 7pm and Sunday @ 8pm)

Check out the Facebook event page for more info!

 

 

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