Thursday, October 19th, 7:00-9:00 pm
Diwali is the festival of lights observed by Hindus, Sikhs, and Jains. Houses are often decorated with colorful lights to symbolize the triumph of good over evil, which, if you ask me, is really just a load of bullshit—evil always wins. There is no god; everything is hopeless. But if you’re still full of childlike wonder, then maybe you should head over to the ICC because Diwali is for you. Plus, there will be some delicious Indian food and some dance performances.
Speakeasy Open Mic
Thursday, October 19th, 8:00-9:30 pm
Here is my poem,
I share it with you.
I’m so different,
I think so much too.
I am a writer,
I’m so sad, so blue.
Folio is hosting their second Speakeasy Open Mic of the year at Wilson Chapel. Come listen to a bunch of people who think what they think is nuanced and interesting!
Hey, guess what, “writers?” Nothing is original.
Green on the Green Festival
Saturday, October 21st, 3:00-6:00 pm
Environmental Action Club is getting together to smoke some pot outside dining hall. Bongs, bowls, joints, or blunts, they don’t care, so long as everyone’s blazing. Come by, get ripped, and learn about green spaces and pesticide use, and enjoy an open mic, relay races, food, and a raffle. Sounds like a good time to me! #EAC420
Sex Positive Week Begins! Sex Ed Workshops
Sunday, October 22nd, 5:00-7:00 pm
Sex Positive Week begins this upcoming Sunday. So, if you’re a sexually-liberated, God-hating floosy, then head over to Ladd 206 and get your week of sin started! There, you’ll be joined by Kelly from Planned Parenthood—whoever the fuck that is—who will give interactive workshops on condoms, other contraceptives, lube, and much more.
Make the devil proud, and your loving God wince.