Free Food for All: High-Brow Chow Down

The excitement, or depression, from the Super Bowl might be wearing off, but there will always be free food to keep your spirits up.

Literature and food cravings don’t often go hand in hand, but the Lannan Center for Poetics and Social Justice has you covered. On Tuesday, join the 2011 Caine Prize winner NoViolet Bulawayo for a reading of her work, and the reception that follows. Head over to Copley Formal Lounge at 8 p.m. for the chance to intertwine poetry and satisfying your hunger.

It’s not often that the cuisine of free food is of a high caliber, but this week you’re in luck! On Wednesday the 15th, Taiwan’s very own culinary artist Hou Chun-sheng will be serving his celebrated beef noodles at the Smithsonian Institution Freer Gallery of Art before a screening of the film Eat Drink Man Woman. Be sure to check the gallery out starting at 6 p.m., and be early to guarantee yourself some noodles.

Jesuit Heritage Week might be over, but a the festivities continue with the rescheduled Jammin’ Jesuit Java event next Wednesday. Chill out and listen to some of Georgetown’s own Jesuits and students play their eclectic mélange of instruments, complete with refreshments! The event is free, but donations go towards Magis Spring Break trips, so be sure to head over to the Village C Alumni Lounge on the 15th to check it out.

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