Sunday, September 27, 2009

Week 4? Or was it 5?

All I know is there's a bunch of midterms coming up so we're about 1/3 of the way through the semester. Here's your weekly look-out:

Weather: Definitely cooling off a little bit this comes fall.


Yom Kippur. We're not going to even pretend we know what's going on here. There's going to be services at the student center at 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. And then a break fast at 7:30? We assume this means like breaking a fast, not like cereal and donuts for dinner?

"Workshop: Resume Writing for the extremely smart, yet uninformed!" I'm sorry, what? These people will apparently teach you how to write a highly effective resume and cover letter. I hope they're better at that than writing event titles.

The Monday night film series in Tuttleman 101 at 5:15. This week's flick: the 1971 Stanley Kubrick film "A Clockwork Orange." It's a crazy one.

Ambler's trip to the Phillies dollar dog night. Ambler one-ups main campus yet again by offering transportation and tickets to the game for 15 bucks. Bets now being taken for who chokes first: drunk college kids on the dollar dogs or Brad Lidge against his former team.


New media center at Paley opens: And they're doing fun shit for it! Tours, snacks, and give-aways from 9-4. There's a bunch of new stuff, including "videos and DVDs to borrow and study for leisure." Renting movies fo' free? Thank God, because I owe Tristan like 50 bucks and am not going back there anytime soon. Ridiculous rates.

Want to study abroad in Japan? Plane leaves from Tuttleman 200 at 11 am. Either that or an info session.

Science and Tech. job fair
: 1:30-5:30 in the SAC 200. If you were smarter than the rest of us and chose a major in science and technology, where, ya know, people are still hiring, check this out for potential employers.


Field hockey vs. Stanford @ Geasey @ 3
"Exhibition--the Provost's Art Collection: For three days only, items selected for the Provost's Art Collection will be on view to the public at Paley Library. The collection was created by Provost Lisa Staiano-Coico to showcase student and faculty creative works. This exhibition at Paley is the only opportunity to see the 2008-2009 selections together under one roof."
Did you know this is your ONLY chance to see these works? And you can ONLY see them here? Do you realize how important this is? Do you want to go through life knowing you missed your ONLY opportunity? You better go!

Blood drive: At Johnson, Hardwick, and Peabody from 10-8. Is it just our immaturity, or does the whole phrase Johnson, Hardwick, and Peabody just beg for some 6th-grade level jokes? Anyways, get there and do some good.

Dressing like a pro: Do you dress like Harry and Lloyd? Attend this session at 1 pm in Mitten 220, and let these peeps teach you "what works and what doesn't"

Temple night @ a jazzhaus: Is that German for Jazz house? Either way, something Jazzy and Temple related going on over at Ortlibe's Jazzhaus, 837 North 3rd Street, Philadelphia, PA.


Jack Wolgin competition art exhibition: Tyler is putting on a little (big) art competition with major money up for grabs. The exhibition of the competitor's work starts on Thurs in the Temple Gallery at Tyler.

Want to maybe study abroad in Rome next Spring? If you do, then Thursday is your last chance to apply.

Weight management session
: This workshop in 250 Mitten at noon says it'll teach you how to eat the things you love without all the salt, fat, and sugar. Well that's going to be pretty damn hard considering those are three of the four main ingredients in everything delicious. The 4th being alcohol, of course. But I guess that's why they're the ones teaching the workshop?


You've been so patient, suffered in anticipation so quietly. But wait no longer, because the 5th Annual Temple Spine Symposium: Spinal Oncology and Spinal Degeneration has arrived! Hooray!

Big time guest for all you tech/film nerds and Mac users out there. Bahram Farogi, one of Apple's leading tech gurus, will be in the TECH center 111 to give first hand instruction on using Final Cut Pro 6. You know how colleges like to further your education by proving really valuable, free advice from professionals? Film people, this would be one of those things.

Hope this helps, thanks for reading and talk to ya later on Monday!

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