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Whether Swattie, Swattie-to-be, once-a-Swattie, Swattie-at-heart, or never-going-to-be-a-Swattie, the weather is fine, and you—yeah you!—should be enjoying it. Or, you could go to these sweet arts events. There are a plethora of activities to enjoy on and off campus this weekend; here are
There are so many events happening on campus this weekend, even I'm getting overwhelmed, and it's my job to stay on top of this kind of stuff! Get ready for one of the most jam-packed, info-stuffed, and awesome Weekend Roundups you've ever
Finally, spring break. The snow is melting, the temperature is in the 40s, and, hooray, we have a week off from classes! You can practically feel all of campus take a collective sigh of relief. Some of you may be traveling by
The blizzard has passed, and the snow is melting. In preparation for impending midterms and deadlines, you’ve probably locked yourselves away in Cornell, McCabe, Kohlberg, your rooms, and whatever other places you’ve decided are the best for studying. And, you know what?
Swatties, emerge from your abodes! The snow isn’t that bad. At least, not bad enough that you would shut yourselves in rather than indulge in the wonderful arts events we have going on this weekend, on and off campus! Whether you’ve got
Hey, Swatties, it’s that time of the week again. I know you’ve been eagerly anticipating the very moment when you could click this link and see what is in store for you this weekend. Anticipate no longer!
Swatties, this weekend is perfect to expand your cultural horizons and attend some arts events on or off campus. You're a week into your first semester, and even if you haven't really been keeping up with your New Year's resolutions not to
Swatties, it’s crunch time, which means that you’ve probably been at the same desk for hours, poring over notes or staring at that blinking cursor and waiting for the right words to come. You’re probably stressed and cold, and winter break seems