The Gustavian Weekly

Calendar (4/25/2014)

By Justin Feit Calendar Editor | April 25, 2014 | Calendar

Social change to get behind. #OurManSpider

Social change to get behind. #OurManSpider

* The Calendar Page is considered editorial. The opinions expressed herein are not the opinions of The GusTavian Weekly, but the lyrics of Timeflies’ songs. I told you we should have voted Jason Derulo.

Friday, April 25

Gustie Cup Floor Hockey: Lund Center Forum 4 p.m.

I will be in attendance merely for the heated fights. THE CUP IS ON THE LINE.

Weekend Movies: Her & The Lego Movie: Wallenberg Auditorium 7 & 10 p.m.

If you combine these two movies you get a guy who falls in love with his Legos, AKA my childhood.

Mendacity – Rob Ward & Comfort Dolo: The Black Box 8 p.m.

It’s also on Saturday and Sunday. The senior slide is even encroaching on this section.

Saturday, April 26

Weekend Movies: The Lego Movie & Her: Wallenberg Auditorium 5:30 & 8 p.m.

Using Her as the subject in the sentence goes against everything I have been trained to know in grammar classes.

Diversity Awards Banquet: Alumni Hall 6:30 p.m.

Speaking of diversity, let’s change up the appetizers this year, Diversity Leadership Council!

Sunday, April 27

Weekend Movie: Her: Wallenberg Auditorium 2 p.m.

And like that The Lego Movie is gone. YOU’RE RUTHLESS, CAB . . . You’re ruthless.

Monday, April 28

Take Back the Night: Beck 111 5 p.m.

But first, they have to take back“Take Back the Night” from Justin Timberlake.

Tuesday, April 29

Coca Cola Educational Partnership Grant Reception: Heritage Banquet Room 3:30 p.m.

I hope they have some Diet Pepsi there!

Tai Chi in the Arb: The Arb 7 p.m.

Afterwards, the plan is to play kickball with the ball of energy you leave behind.

Wednesday, April 30

MAYDAY!: All Day

I’m really excited for JULYDAY! in September.

Zeta Chi Phi Recruitment Event: (Mean Girls Movie Night) Beck 301 7 p.m.

This might be the first sorority recruitment event to champion “mean girls.”

Thursday, April 1

Gustavus Student Life Conference: All Day

If this is open to everyone, prepare for a salty Q&A about off-campus housing, Charlie Potts.

Phi Beta Kappa Induction Ceremony: St. Peter Room 6 p.m.

TIME TO BEEF UP THEM RESUMES.

Feit-sty Not Really Horoscopes

Aries: I’m all about transperancy at Gustavus. Overhead projectors are treasures.

Taurus: The greatest weapons any of us can wield are Game of Thrones spoilers.

Gemini: I wonder whose Greeter group Rebecca Bergman will be in next year.

Cancer: If nothing’s changed since Orientation, this year’s class will have a ton of medical students next year!

Leo: Good luck to next year’s editor. Try writing jokes without Ohle here.

Virgo: So you’re not supposed to wear anything under the graduation gowns, right?

Libra: Nothing says“I care about this issue” like holding a whiteboard that says so.

Scorpio: Toy Story 4 is going to be really sad when Andy doesn’t get a job out of college.

Sagittarius: To get on Gustavus’s front page, I guess I need to go to med school or be in a cable miniseries. Easy.

Capricorn: More college professors should be like Indiana Jones. It’s a simple request.

Aquarius: I need to drop out before the door to becoming the next Bill Gates or Mark Zuckerberg shuts on me.

Pisces: I hope Ohle and the Faculty Senate hug it out before he leaves.

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