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February 20, 2011 at 9:20 pm

So I've realized that by complete mistake I've turned into the event blogger. This is simply because I really like to go to events around campus. To me, they serve as the best study breaks because they are actually productive. Being that I hate to disappoint, this post will also be about events around campus. But instead of showcasing one event, I'm showcasing a week worth of events. In order to forward their message many organizations host week long events to keep the campus busy and well educated. Below I've highlighted two that are happening this week.

Black Students Alliance's week of events

Monday:     Taste of Soul Food 12 noon-1:30 p.m. Sayles (Sampling of mac & cheese, biscuits, jambalaya, corn bread, peach cobbler)

Tuesday:      Crepes/T-shirts 12-1:30p.m. Sayles
                     Black Femininity 7-8p.m. Freedom House (Subway will be provided)

Wednesday: Buttons/Crepe/T-shirts 12-1:30p.m. Sayles
                     Meeting 7-8 p.m. Freedom House

Thursday:   Crepe/T-shirts/Music 12-1:30 Sayles
                     Black Masculinity 5-6p.m. (Subway will be provided)

Friday:       Color Day!!!!!!! (Purple/BSA T-shirt!)
                    We Speak 8-9p.m. Concert Hall!!!!

Haiti Relief Organization

 Sunday, February 20th
2:00 pm- Viewing of the movie Pote Mak Sonje: The
Raboteau Trial at Viking Theatre, St. Olaf


2:00 pm- Viewing of the movie Pote Mak Sonje: The
Raboteau Trial at Boliou 104, Carleton


7:00 pm- Reception for Mario Joseph and Brian
Concannon, The Observatory at the William Mitchell
College of Law, St. Paul, MN


Monday, February 21th
4:00 pm- Haiti Human Rights with Brian Concannon and
Mario Joseph, 104 Boliou Hall, Carleton


6:30 pm- Dinner at Severance Hall, Carleton followed by
Q&A with Mario Joseph, Brian Concannon


Tuesday, February 22nd
12:00 pm- Lunch with Brian Concannon and Mario
Joseph at Wellstone House - 218 Union Street, Carleton


6:30-8:00 pm- Law in the Time of Cholera (and
Earthquakes): Enforcing Human Rights to Reduce Haiti’s
Vulnerability to Disaster with Laura Flynn, Mario Joseph
and Brian Concannon at Viking Theatre, St. Olaf
Thursday, February 24th


11:00 am- Chapel with Bryan Sirchio, St. Olaf


11:30 am- Bryan Sirchio lunch with OASIS, St. Olaf


3:00 pm- Poverty Always Has a History with Bryan
Sirchio and Nathan Yaffe at Boliou 104, Carleton
Friday, February 25th


12:00 pm- Lunch with Bryan Sirchio at Sayles Lounge,
Carleton


7:00 pm- presentation and concert with Bryan Sirchio,
First UCC in Northfield

Moral of the story is that there is always something to do at Carleton.

 

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