Wednesday, February 17, 2010

The return of humpday

And we're back to the ol' humpday after last week's little snow day hiatus. Just 24 more hours and it's basically the weekend.

Weather: Pretty much the same as yesterday, temps in the lows 30's, with possible flurries this evening.

What's going on at Temple:

Tyler's annual student art displays begin today and run every Wed-Sat for the rest of the month. If you're feeling artsy, so grab a delicious latte and check out your peers' artwork. Check the Tyler website for more deets.

Want to be Mickey Mouse in Disney world over summer break? Yea, I didn't really think so but if you know anyone who does might want to point them to this presentation by Disney reps today. They're doing two shows, another at 5 p.m. No word yet on whether or not Donald Duck will be in attendance.

And our daily "no-duh" shout-out goes to this Tuttleman Learning Center workshop on how to avoid plagiarism. "Ok everyone, you see these words on this paper here. Those are someone else's words. If you use them, and fail to cite them, that's called plagiarism. Let's go over it one more time..."


Women's basketball plays a rare 12 p.m. game today against Duquesne in a "pink zone" game where fans are encouraged to wear pink to show breast cancer what's up. Helping the fight against cancer is great, but I'm not sure a noon start time is what the doctor ordered to cure the low-attendance woes.

The men's team is on the road at St. Bonaventure, which I believe is in northwest Alaska. A victory would give the Owls 21 wins and keep them close atop the A-10 standings. We'll be attempting to find a video feed so check back for that later today.

Going on elsewhere:

Who needs a time machine when you have New Found Glory at the electric factory? With Hellogoodbye and Saves the Day opening. And someone called "fireworks" too but we don't remember prancing around like an idiot in singing their songs in high school. Tickets are $23.50.


Anonymous said...

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CandW said...