Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Like OMGs, 70 degrees? has the temperature reaching into the 70's by 3 pm today, and in the 60's the rest of the day. Suck on that, humpday.

Good stuff from the Temple Today:

Well you're not going if you aren't already there, but there's an interesting conference going on in the Student Center right now about women balancing their families with their careers, and features just about every prominent woman at the University. Yes, Hart is there. You go girls.

Do you want to study abroad, but have been too lazy to go to the first hundred info sessions this year? Well good news Ferris, they're having a big one today from 10-2 in the Tuttleman lobby, where reps from all over the University and outside businesses will have info for you on studying abroad.

It's sustainability day! Yay Earth! From 11-2 at the Bell Tower there will be all sorts of student organizations, Temple offices, and city groups doing god knows what to celebrate the day. Check it out if you hear mother nature calling. Also, if you're at Ambler, you can skip class to play around in the Woodland Garden all day.

Other cool stuff:

Poet Peter Straub will be in Anderson 821 at 3 pm today presenting "Celebrating Foreboding." Yea, no clue.

God mad roller hockey skillz? Prove it at the PAV tonight from 7-10 at their tournament. Hoot..... Hoot.... Hoot..Hoot..Hoothoothoot.

Don't forget the Phillies take on the Dodgers at 8:07 tonight in an attempt win their second straight National League Pennant. Cole Hamels takes the mound, and we got a feelin' he's going to right the ship tonight. Hamels, rhymes with Camels, on humpday? Meant to be.

Make sure you peep this announcement from the University that explains they, along with the city, aren't bull shitting when it comes to celebrations. It states that the city will not allow people to march to city hall. This could get messy.

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