Free Food-for-All: You’ve got a friend in me

To Infinity and… Popcorn!

As the generation who grew up with Woody, pretended to be Buzz Lightyear blasting off into space, and cracked up at Mr. Potato Head’s snarkiness, we can’t turn down one last Toy Story adventure. (Accompanied by appropriate movie theater munchies, of course.)

This Friday at 7:30 p.m. on the Copley Lawn, GUAA and Student Affairs will screen the final chapter of the Toy Story series. We’ll be there—reminiscing at the past glory of our youth, chowing down on popcorn and cotton candy, and probably crying during the movie’s third act.

Gleekful Noms

So, there’s apparently there’s a show called Glee that’s tapped into the nation’s love of a capella. To celebrate the show’s season premiere, GPB is hosting a watch party in the Village C Alumni Lounge on Tuesday, beginning at 7:30 p.m. As if the Alumni Lounge’s five big screen TVs isn’t enough to tempt you, GPB promises snacks, a costume contest, singing competition, and trivia.

Come Home to Bagels

Homecoming is this weekend and while there’ll be plenty of entertainment—Mr. Georgetown, anyone?—you may not want to spend money after splurging on a Homecoming ticket.  So, why not ease your wallet with a free bagel brunch hosted by the Program for Jewish Civilization? Check it out next Sunday from 10 a.m. until noon in the ICC Galleria.

Actually being in the SFS or Jewish: not necessary. A love of carbohydrates: required.

(And, as a reminder, the Bioethics Research Library’s “Cookie Friday” is still happening.

Photo: IMDB

2 Comments on “Free Food-for-All: You’ve got a friend in me

  1. Sweet post, probably the best one on the blog! brilliant. whoever wrote this must be a genius.

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