Upcoming Events

FY Cup Competition: Schedule of Eligible Events

This week's events are in bold print!

SEPTEMBER

Thursday, September 4: Time Management Workshop, 4-5 p.m., Whitman Annex Lab

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Monday, September 8: Poetry for Peace, 4:30 p.m., Griffiths Arts Center, Brush Gallery

Tuesday, September 9: Panel Discussion on the war in Gaza (with panelists Ronnie Olesker, Howard Eisenstaat, John Colins, and Mahrou Zhaf), 7:30-9 p.m., Sykes Formal Lounge

Thursday, September 11: "What is College For?": The Past, Present, and Future of American Colleges, with professors Andrew Delblanco (St. Lawrence University) & Julian Clarence Levi (Columbia University), 5 p.m., Eben Holden

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Tuesday, September 16: Can I Kiss You?, 7 p.m., SC Winston Room

Wednesday, September 17: Letter-Writing Lunch, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., Student Center (1st floor)

Thursday, September 18: Note-Taking Strategies Workshop, 4-5 p.m., Whiman Annex Lab

Thursday, September 18: Ethical Journalism in the Warp-Speed Era, 7 p.m., Heburn 218  Join Rex Smith, Editor and Vice President of the Albany Times Union as he presents this special lecture as part of St. Lawrence's Integrity Week.

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Sunday, September 22: Gospel Service, 4 p.m., Eben Holden

Thursday, September 25: Omar, 7 p.m., Carnegie 10  The Carnegie 10 Film Series shows International films one Thursday a month throughout the semester. To read more information about Omar, click here.

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Tuesday, September 30: Finding a Career Direction Workshop, 3:30-5 p.m., ODY 140A

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OCTOBER

Thursday, October 2: Practicing Effective Test Preparation Techniques Workshop, 4 p.m., Whitman Annex Computer Lab

Saturday, October 4: Power of Pink Event to Support Breast Cancer Awareness: Wear pink to the women's soccer game at 2 p.m. and earn 10 points for your FYP! (be sure to sign in upon arrival to the game)

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Wednesday, October 15: Globalization, Music and the Formation of Complex Identities in the Internet Era: Lecture by M.anifest, award-winning Ghanaian rapper and songwriter, 6 p.m., Bloomer Auditorium. Check out more about M.anifest here.

Friday, October 17: Spirit Night at the Men's Hockey Game--earn points by attending! 7 p.m., Appleton Arena, full details TBA

Saturday, October 18: Make a Difference Day, Canton Community, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Sign up for a shift to help out in the Canton community! Sign up sheets located at the Student Center Info Desk.

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Tuesday, October 20: Take Back the Night, 7 p.m., Sykes Formal Lounge

Wednesday, October 21: Town Hall Meeting on Sexual Assault Process Changes, 7 p.m., Student Center Winston Room

Thursday, October 23: Writer's Series: David Means (fiction writer), 8 p.m., Sykes Formal Lounge. Learn more about David Means here.

                                   AND Laurentians in Residence Alumni Career Panel, 7 p.m., Student Center Hannon Room

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Monday, October 27: Lecture by TV Documentary & Film Producer Kurt A. Gardinier, 7:30 p.m., Sykes Formal Lounge. Kurt A. Gardinier is a producer, editor and writer who has worked at NBC, MSNBC, CNN, C-SPAN, and various production companies.

Tuesday, October 28: Lecture & Reading: Poetry as Passport with Samantha Thornhill, 8 p.m., Sykes Formal Lounge. Samantha Thornhill's poems take audiences from the Trinidadian streets of her childhood to the Brooklyn block where she lives.

Thursday, October 30: Carnegie 10 Film: La Cite Rose, 8 p.m., Carnegie 10. Shown with English subtitles, La Cite Rose is a 2012 French Film about 12-year-old "Machine Gun", a kid from a housing project outside Paris. To read more about the film, click here.

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NOVEMBER

Monday, November 3: Poetry for Peace, 4:30 p.m., Student Center Winston Room

Thursday, November 6: Active Reading Strategies Workshop, 4 p.m., Whitman Annex Computer Lab

Friday, November 7 OR Saturday, November 8: Fall Production: The Adding Machine, 8 p.m., Gulick Theatre--2 chances to attend!

BONUS POINTS: Fill out your profile on SaintsLink to earn 10 extra points for your team. The team with the highest percentage participation (based on number of students in your FYP) will win coffee cards for your FYP courtesy of Career Services! Click here!

 

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Tuesday, November 11: Raku Exhibit and Japanese Tea Ceremony, 7 p.m., Sykes Formal Lounge. Organized by the Mellon Paths to Buddha Project, view student-made rake tea bowls and Enso paintings and participate in Japanese tea ceremony. 

Wednesday, November 12: Peace Studies Lecture with Dr. Erica Chenowith, 7:30 p.m., Eben Holden. Dr. Chenowith is a faculty member in International Studies at the University of Denver and the Director of the University's program on Terrorism and Insurgent Research. She has been named one of the top 100 researchers for "proving Ghandi right".

Thursday, November 13: Writer's Series: Steven Church, 8 p.m., Sykes Formal Lounge. To learn more about Steven Church, click here.

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Sunday, November 16: Gospel Service, 4 p.m., Eben Holden

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Competition ends on Friday, November 21!

*Please note that events are still being added to the schedule. Schedule is subject to change.