The Machinery of Oppression
Tuesday, September 26th, 7:00-8:00 p.m.
Skidmore Compassion for All and PETA teamed up to bring you an evening in Emerson that’s sure to truly terrify. No, “The Machinery of Oppression” isn’t the name of a hip new horror flick. It’s much worse. It’s the name of what you’re living inside every day of your life, motherfucker.
That’s right: Everything’s a lie.
But, hey. There’s going to be vegan pizza, so that’s at least one reason to go.
Thursday, September 28th, 4:00-6:00 p.m.
Here, senior students will figure out that the person they always thought was the year above them was actually in their year the whole time.
And then even more of them will take a swig of their ONE FREE BEER and realize that someone they always thought was in the year below them was actually in their year the whole time.
If you’re a senior, and this sounds like fun to you, then come on by the Porter Plaza (outside the Spa).
Thursday, September 28th, 8:00-11:30 p.m.
It’s Lively Lucy’s first Open Mic of the year! Probably the best part about this monthly Falstaff’s event is how different Skidmore’s open mics are from other college’s. Are you one of those people that gets sick of an endless line of acoustic guitar performances?
Of course you’re not; who would get tired of that?
If you’re looking for magic tricks or stand-up comedy or something, then you should’ve gone to Vassar.
Musical Movie Night
Friday, September 29th, 8:00-11:00 p.m.
Cab Troupe is putting on their first ever musical movie night. And if you like singing and dancing and people being happy and whatever, then this shindig in Davis sounds really cool. Us here at Skidmo Daily, though, we don’t really have an opinion on the whole musical scene.
Although, we did see the movie choices are between 1972’s Cabaret and 2002’s Chicago, and we say Chicago.
I mean: Cell Block Tango—heard of it? Psh, it’s literally not even a choice.
Yom Kippur Breakfast
Saturday, September 30th, 6:30-7:30 a.m.
Yom Kippur Breakfast means free bagels, and what a great way to start a morning. Or, well, any morning for that matter. Yom Kippur or not, it’s still the most important meal of the day, you know!
Watch out for the mix up on Hillel’s part—they accidentally said the event started at 6:30 p.m. But don’t worry, we’ve got your back.
Can you imagine how silly you’d look if you showed up at the ICC for breakfast at dinner time?