Learn About Climate Change, February 2
Come enjoy a “teach-in” (remind anybody else of 1968?) about a hot topic. This is part of an effort to help people understand what’s going on with Global Warming during Obama’s first 100 days in office, and will be held from 11am-6pm in the Communication Arts and Sciences Building. For a schedule of events, visit this Web site.
Lil’ Sibs Weekend, February 6-9
May as well take advantage of the weekend to make a Spartan of ’em. Activities include a scavenger hunt, meeting Sparty, and a free concert. I’m going to bribe my sister to come even though she’s 15. She’s going to play life-sized Candy Land and like it.
See Lupe Fiasco, February 12; MSU Auditorium, 8pm
Sweet rapper right here at MSU for $15? Sounds like a good deal, even for a poor college student. Go to the Wharton Center (or their Web site) for tickets!
Celebrate Black History Month, February 12
Enjoy some soul food and music that’s good for your soul all at once at the Brody Cafeteria from 5-8pm. Student groups will be performing, it’s free, and it’s a good way to commemorate Black History Month!
Find a Summer Job, February 18th
If you’re like me, you’re looking for a way to spend this summer doing something more related to your future than lifeguarding. Luckily there’s an event for just such a purpose… the summer internship/career fair is from 5-8pm in the Kellogg Center. Bring some resumes and get crackin’!