Free Food-for-All: GUSA snacks, a Lannan reading, and Nobel sushi

GUSA goes yummy

We’ve all heard about the GUSA’s plan to reform the student activities fee. If you’re still confused, want to voice your opinion, or just some free pizza and soda, they’ve got you covered.

Tonight from 8 to 9 p.m. in ICC 120, GUSA will host a town hall to discuss fee and endowment reform. Chow down on GUSA’s (i.e. your) dime, and get all the facts about those proposed changes!

Georgetown’s appetite for literature

Are your cravings for literature as strong as your pangs of hunger?

This Thursday, Professor Jennifer Fink will be reading from Pulitzer-nominated new novel The Mikvah Queen from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Lannan Center in New North 408. Stop by the reading, but don’t forget to stick around for the book signing and reception that will follow.

China comes to campus, brings Japanese noms

Liu Xiaobo, the imprisoned human rights activist who won the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize last month, has inspired renewed coverage of China and China-related stories. Now, the interest comes to a White-Gravenor room near you—with sushi!

This Wednesday from 8:15 to 9:15 p.m., the Lecture Fund and the Chinese Student Alliance will host “Why Wall Street Is Watching the Nobel Peace Prize: Liu Xiaobo” in White-Gravenor 201B. The discussion about China’s politics and economy economic will feature Professor Pietra Rivoli, an expert of U.S. and Chinese trade relations.

(And before we go, as always, there’s Cookie Friday in the Bioethics Research Library in Healy 102 this Friday from 4 to 5 p.m. Don’t forget to get a free cookie!)

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