The Gustavian Weekly

Calendar (2/21/2014)

By Justin Feit Calendar Editor | February 21, 2014 | Calendar

* The Calendar Page is considered editorial. The opinions expressed herein are not the opinions of The GusTavian Weekly, but rather the opinions of Case Day participants. So don’t take it seriously.

Friday, Feb. 21

Pie-Off: Interpretive Center 5 p.m.

Not to be confused with the Math Department’s annual Pi-Off.

Weekend Movie: Thor: The Dark World: Wallenberg Auditorium 8 p.m.

The Scandinavian Studies Department is making this a required viewing because of its accuracy and adherence to Norse heritage.

Saturday, Feb. 22

Weekend Movie: Thor: The Dark World: Wallenberg Auditorium 8 p.m.

Gusties and Thor’s enemies will have something in common this day: They’ll be hammered.

Saturday Night in Lund – Live Band Karaoke: Wallenberg Auditorium 10 p.m.

LET’S GET WEIRD WITH G-CHOIR ARRANGEMENTS.

Sunday, Feb. 23

Weekend Movie: Thor: The Dark World: Wallenberg Auditorium 2 p.m.

The fact that many people have Marveled at this movie is comical.

Monday, Feb. 24

Justin Feit’s Birthday: Around the World

No shame.

A Piece of My Mind Project: Banquet Rooms 8 p.m.

Be aware that this is not the Lobotomy Club’s A Piece of My Mind project.

Tuesday, Feb. 25

Bridging Differences with Stories: Diversity Center 4 p.m.

This must be the title that Building Bridges scrapped before landing on their current name..

Wednesday, Feb. 26

The Theater of Public Policy Improv Show: Alumni Hall 6 p.m.

You could go to this, and you could also watch the Television of Public Policy, AKA House of Cards.

Joy Ike Coffeehouse: Courtyard Café 8 p.m.

CAB is bringing in a barista and not Jason Derulo? What is this world?

Thursday, Feb. 27

Teachers Talking: St. Peter Room 11:30 a.m.

It’s not like they don’t already get paid to do this all day.

Building Bridges Preview Lecture – “Drip, Drip, Drip: Water, Climate Change, and Tales of Want and Excess in the 21st Century: Olin 103 7:30 p.m.

The programs for this will need to be like forty-five pages just to accomodate the length of this event’s name.

Feit-sty Not Really Horoscopes

Aries: In the spirit of Case Day, I will spend the entirety of the Horoscopes coming up with healthy alternatives.

Taurus: Curl up and watch Best Picture nominee Gravity for twenty-four hours on Space Day.

Gemini: Step up and learn more for Black History Month with Celebration of Race Day.

Cancer: Debilitate your worst enemies on Mace Day.

Leo: Get more in touch with your Catholic side with Hail Mary, Full of Grace Day.

Virgo: Bask in the rich history of east Balkan Peninsula on Thrace Day.

Libra: Spend some time looking in the mirror getting lost in your own eyes on Face Day.

Scorpio: Start up a funk band and play some tunes on Bass Day.

Sagittarius: Enjoy some crispy tortilla chips and salsa on Pace Day.

Capricorn: Buy some discounted Valentine’s Day flowers, put them in water, and bask in the beauty of Vase Day.

Aquarius: Watch everyone’s favorite mid-2000s CBS drama on Without a Trace Day.

Pisces: Ditch those velcro shoes you’ve been wearing on Shoe Lace Day.