Thursday, September 24, 2009


It's Thursday, September 24, and the C&W has your back.

Weather: the warm weather continues as we have temps hovering around 80 all day and sunny skies, with just a few degree drop-off and some clouds rolling in during the evening.

Good stuff from the Temple Today:

Flu vaccine: Probably your last chance to get the vaccine for free today, at the Health Sciences Center. Started at 8, could very well be gone by now. Now we're all in big trouble.

Hey ladies, wanna get paid 120 bucks? Check this out.
"Study volunteers needed: Temple's Department of Anthropology is looking for Caucasian women, ages 20-45, who are not pregnant or taking birth control pills, for a research study of the menstrual cycle and the uterus. Participation involves giving a mouthwash sample (for genetic testing), having height and weight measured, following menstrual cycle for three months, and having an ultrasound study of the uterus at Temple Hospital. To participate, please call (215) 204-3464."
Do you wanna study abroad but can't find anything good at Temple? Head over to Tuttleman 200 at 11 a.m. where they're doing an external(indie from Temple) study abroad workshop that will point you in the right direction.

Take advantage of the Farmer's Market at Cecil B. and Park walk from 2-6! They're got fresh fruits and veggies! Mennonites don't bite!

In other news: Jimmy John's at the Edge has $1, 8" subs from 11-3 today for customer appreciation day! Go get that tasty sandwich, sub, whatever you wanna call it.

At the reel, the movie has switched to "The Proposal" today, starring Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds. Please, please, don't see that movie.

Also, there are no sports today but can somebody please do something about Brad Lidge? Manuel, Bench him. Amaro, get rid of him. You, break his legs. Don't care but don't want to see him pitch again!

That's all for now, we'll see ya later today.

Oh and by the way if you're in a student org or know something going down, always feel free to post a comment, or better yet shoot us an e-mail so we can let everyone know what's going on.


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