Back to this week and the events going on, however.
You don't have to be Superman to save lives when you have Marrowthon here! Tomorrow, March 14, VCS will be hosting its annual Marrowthon event of the year. It's from 11am - 6:30 pm, plenty of time to come by if you have pesky labs in the middle of the afternoon!
If you're interested in learning more about what's going on, I suggest you check out their Facebook Link. It's bound to be a great event, and every little bit help!
VSG Presents Les Mis! And in case you guys don't know anything about Les Mis (perhaps you're living under a rock, or you're a part of Les Mis fans who are 'too cool' to go see the movie), VSG will be having Les Mis showings on March 15, 7:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. For more information, give a quick look at this link. (I'd also like to point out how many people are going; it's a definite indication of the movie's quality).
Come join VandyIJM as they (and you, hopefully!) stand for 27 hours in solidarity for our 27 million brothers and sisters enslaved worldwide. Rest assured, you don't have the stay the entire 27 hours, but any hour that you could stay would be great, not to mention an awesome show of solidarity on the part of Vanderbilt students. For more information, check out their facebook page, where you can sign up for a shift on their google document. The event is March 14 to March 15, so mark it on your calendars!
Don't forget to come out and support the Baan Jing Jai orphanage weekend! Vanderbilt Running Club and Thai Your Shoes Foundation are working together to put on a 5K for our the Baan Jing Jai orphanage in Pattaya, Thailand. The 5K is happening this Saturday at 10:30 a.m. on alumni lawn, so no excuses about not knowing where it is! Sign up information here