Winter may have decided to make a (hopefully) brief return, but there’s no better way to keep warm but to chow down on some free food.
If you had the unfortunate pleasure of living in Darnall Hall your freshman year or, even worse, you live there now, then be sure to celebrate Darnall Hall Day today! While celebrating the life of John Carroll’s mother, Eleanor Darnall, much reminiscing and free food is to be had. Head over to the Darnall lobby from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. this evening.
Everything is better with chocolate, including Passover. Indulge your love of chocolate at Passover Schmooze and Chocolate Seder tomorrow, hosted by the Jewish Chaplaincy and Jewish Student Association. Listen to the Passover experiences and thoughts of some of Georgetown’s own professors from 7 to 8 p.m. in the Makom space in the Leavey Center on Thursday, and eat chocolate until you’re nauseous at the 2nd annual Chocolate Seder afterwards.
Round out the week with a global public health ethics talk, sweetened up with some cookies. Cookie Friday, a regular feature at the Bioethics Research Library in Healy 102, is going all out this week with a talk about normative theories concerning global health and welfare and completely free Sweet Rose Bakery cookies. Be sure to stop by the library from 4 to 5 p.m.
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The weather might have decided to grace us with a little springtime warmth, and to make it even better, there’s free food. Thursday is the day for free food, with not one but two events to satisfy any cravings you might have.
If bioethics and free dinners are your style, then you’ll want to stop by the Bioethics Society’s screening of Dirty Pretty Things. Starting at 7 p.m. in the Bioethics Research Library in Healy 102, the movie night stars the delights of free Qdoba and Georgetown Cupcakes as enticements.
For those who want a more cultural approach to their Thursday night, then perhaps a little Greek dancing is in order. Join Dynami, Georgetown’s very own Greek Island dance troupe, at the Greek Embassy from 7:30 p.m. to watch a performance and learn a few steps at the ensuing group lessons. Be sure to RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org for the chance to chow down and get down, Greek style.
No plans for Saturday night? Then look no further than the Rave at Riverside with DJ Rickie Koo. Hosted by Collaborasian and What’s After Dark, music, glow sticks, and awesome food are promised at the completely free dance party. Head over to Riverside Lounge from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. to dance a little and nom a lot.
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Best. Sampling. Ever.
This Thursday, the Corp will be sampling those F’Real milkshakes and smoothies that are now available at Vital Vittles. (The chocolate milkshake is delicious. We’ve had, like, 15 of them already.)
Stop by Red Square from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m to sample the available flavors, which include strawberry banana, Reese’s, and cookies and cream.
Poetry, school pride, and splendid provisions
Although you might not get the chance to paint your face, the Lannan Center still offers you the chance to show your school spirit listen to some poetry, and chow down for free.
Today, Georgetown’s own David Gewanter will have a formal reading of his work in the Copley Formal Lounge from 8 p.m. Don’t forget to stick around for the reception that follows.
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NOM NOM NOM
The Bioethics Research Library invented the world’s most perfect name for their weekly food giveaway: Cookie Friday. From 4 to 5 p.m. every Friday, the library, located in Healy 102, will serve free cookies to any students and faculty who wander inside.
Who doesn’t like a cookie to start the weekend?
Do you miss lazing around, playing video games, and chowing down? Well, you’re in luck. At game night in the Village C Alumni Lounge, you can play Halo to your heart’s delight. (And after those thumbs get sore, you can gorge on some free food.)
Since Leo’s doesn’t even offer late night on Fridays, this event is sure to please your empty stomach and your inner gamer nerd.
Photo: Flickr user “lara604“
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