If you didn’t get a chance to stop by the Voice open house last Friday for some pizza, there’s still plenty of free food to munch on this week around campus!
Spies, Secrets, and Scrumptious Sustenance
If you want a dose of espionage in your life, don’t want to shell out $18 at the International Spy Museum, and can’t stand watching Austin Powers for the umpteenth time, we’ve got an answer for you: The Secret History of MI6.
British historian Keith Jeffrey will be giving a lecture about his recent book on Monday from noon to 1:30 p.m. in ICC 450, chronicling the secrets of the world’s oldest intelligence agency.
A full complementary lunch will be provided, but you’re going to have to reserve a place to be able to chow down. As of yet, there’s no word if you’ll be ejected for excessive James Bond references.
Dancin’ Up a Storm, HSA Style!
If you’re interested in something a bit more unreserved than the intelligence community, a night of cavorting around might be worth a look!
This Friday from 8 to 11 p.m., the Hindu Student Association will be hosting a celebration of the Navratri festival in Copley Formal Lounge by dancing the night away in traditional garba, raas, and bhangra styles.
The HSA promises no judgment for beginners, but more importantly, plentiful Indian delicacies for those guided more by their stomachs than their dancing shoes.
And finally, do we even need to say it? The Bioethics Research Library is continuing their weekly Cookie Friday event on Friday from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. in Healy 102, so stop on by for a delicious treat! (And if you haven’t been yet, shame on you.)
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