Mark Your Calendar

By Lauren Herber, Co-Editor

Get your calendars out–this week is full of fun and exciting events!

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Thursday, February 18

Come out and join the Thunderbird Soccer Club for their game at ASU West at 9:40 PM! Come to play or just to watch; all support is welcome!

Saturday, February 20

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Join us here on campus from 4-8 PM for Night of the Open Door celebrations! You’ll have opportunities to meet potential Tbirds (and convince them why Thunderbird is the best), take a class taught by our renowned faculty, get a Henna tattoo, or even climb a rock wall! This is one night you don’t want to miss.

After Night of the Open Door events, head over to the TEC and join us for this semester’s first Regional Night! “The Silk Road” will be celebrating the Middle East, North Africa, China, and India. The event will feature several Thunderbird clubs as they put on skits, perform dances, and teach us all a little something about their culture. And don’t forget about the delicious food! Festivities start at 6:30 PM.

Tuesday, February 23

Head out to the Pub for Pub Trivia Night! Featured guest hosts thus far include Professor Rankine and Professor Auh. Don’t miss this week’s surprise guest host! Teams get together at 7:00PM, questions start at 7:30.

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Wednesday, February 24

Missed last week’s self-defense class? Don’t sweat it! The Women’s International Business Club is teaming up with certified instructor Alex Marino to host another class. Join us to learn how to increase your situational awareness! The class will be held from 11 AM-12 PM at the Chapel.

Stressed about finals and midterms coming up? The Thunderbird Meditation and Wellness Club has just what you need. Join us at 2:15 PM in Snell 1 to relax and reflect.

Thursday, February 25

Get ready for the Thunderbird Startup Club’s second event of the semester! The club is hosting a Due Diligence workshop which will feature guest speaker Dr. Lewis Rutherford. The workshop will cover the research that is involved in securing startup funds. The event will take place at 4:30 PM in Yount 100. For entrepreneurs and creative types alike, don’t miss this chance to learn about one of the most important aspects of starting your own business!

 

To have your club’s event information included in the weekly column, please email lauren.herber@tbird.asu.edu. To stay up to date subscribe to the calendar.

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