Mark Your Calendar

By Lauren Herber, Co-Editor

Spring is finally here! Get out your calendar–whether it’s electronic, paper, or mental–so you don’t miss these exciting events!

Thursday, March 31

Thunderbird’s 70th anniversary–the topic of all those emails you’ve been getting–is upon us: you’ve got just a few days left to prepare! So don’t miss this opportunity to hone your networking skills from T-bird alum Michael Seaver, who will be offering expert training on branding and networking. Come out for the launch party of the Good Neighbor Initiative, the CMC’s newest networking program, developed by our own Patrick Shields! Event is from 4:30-5:45 PM at Yount 100.

Saturday, April 2

It’s time for this semester’s second Regional Night: Ensemble! Don’t miss this chance to eat delicious food from different countries, see your friends perform on stage, and experience the culture of T-bird classmates. Ensemble will feature performances from clubs like the European Business and Culture Club, Africa Business Club, and Latin America Business and Culture Club. Event starts at 6:30 PM at the TEC.

Tuesday, April 6

Come out to the Pub at 7 PM for Pub Trivia! See if you can dethrone last week’s winners (The Diversified Portfolios) and take home the title of champion. Plus, you don’t want to miss this week’s mystery guest host!

Wednesday, April 7

Join the Women’s International Business Club and T-bird Alex Marino for self-defense class! You will learn valuable skills concerning how to be aware of your surroundings and how to protect yourself. Class is from 11 AM-12 PM at the Chapel.

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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