Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Stuff to do at Vandy from Oct. 18-21

Brought to you by Luke.

Thursday, October 18th

R.E.E.C.A. Club Fall Bar-B-Que
12-2pm @ Highland Quad

-- R.E.E.C.A. stands for "Russian, East European, and Central Asian." An exciting lunch op from a new club on campus.

Live VU Student Songwriter Showcase
7-10pm @ Rand Hall New Dining Area

-- Headlined by Vandy's own Archive Nights.

Israeli Folk Dancing
7:30-10pm @ Ben Schulman Center for Jewish Life

-- In the interest of space, click here for further information. This looks like a blast!

Signature Series: John Johns, guitar
8-10pm @ Blair School of Music - Ingram Hall

-- Featuring French, Spanish, Argentine, and Cuban guitar music spanning four centuries.

October 18th and Friday, October 19th

Vanderbilt University's Chinese Associations' Bubble Tea Fundraiser
9am-5pm @ Sarratt Promenade ("The Wall")

-- Sixteen hours across two days: you have no excuse!

October 19th

Vanderbilt Women's Soccer vs. Auburn
7pm @ Vanderbilt Soccer/Lacrosse Complex

-- Fingers crossed that it'll turn out something like this:

Tongue 'n' Cheek
8-9:30pm @ Rand

-- Vandy's very own improv comedy troupe.

The 'Burbs
9:30pm @ Mayfield 2

-- Feel free to drop by and join us for a movie. IMO, this is one of the funniest movies ever.

Saturday, October 20th

Brain Freeze Bike Challenge
7:30am @ Chaney's Dairy Barn, 9191 Nashville Road, Bowling Green, KY 42101

-- "A bike race that will also have an eating challenge component...Participants can choose to eat scoops of ice cream at designated stops..." Sound like my kind of athletic event. Proceeds support the Hoover Hope Angel Fund for Families.

The Sound of Turkey
7-9pm @ Sarratt Cinema

-- With soprano Seren Akyoldas and pianist Gulru Ensari.

Signature Series: Blair String Quartet
8-10pm @ Blair School of Music - Ingram Hall

-- With music by Haydn, Husa, and Beethoven. Among Blair students, this is one of the most highly anticipated concerts of the year.

Sunday, October 21st

Vanderbilt Women's Soccer vs. Florida
1pm @ Vanderbilt Soccer/Lacrosse Complex

-- Here's my excuse to share another clip from Shaolin Soccer:

-- The Central Library has a copy of the DVD, by the way.

Vanderbilt University Concert Choir
2-4pm @ Blair School of Music - Ingram Hall

-- With David Binns Williams, director.

And last but not least...'s not too early to mark your calendars for our Mayfield's first event: a 6:30pm screening of Night of the Living Dead at Stevenson 4309 on October 27th. Popcorn and beverages will be served!

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