With midterms beginning and nearly eight inches of snow on the ground, Winter Term is beginning to look bleak. Fortunately, there’s a lot going on on campus. Here are five different activities to participate in during Week Five:
At 4 p.m. on Monday, February 2, Phi Beta Kappa Scholar Dr. Timothy Rowe will host a Q&A session about graduate school in SMC E-117. Dr. Timothy Rowe will also be speaking to the public later in the week.
Phi Beta Kappa Scholar Dr. Timothy Rowe will be hosting a student session Q & A on graduate school.
On Thursday, Feb. 5, Eco House and Garden Club will be teaming up to provide a canning workshop in the Wilson House.
Now that their latest issue is out, Catch is now accepting submissions for the Spring edition. Send any analytical nonfiction, photography, creative nonfiction, videography, journalism or other creative projects to firstname.lastname@example.org. For non-electronic pieces, submission forms are available on the Art Table in CFA. Submission ends Feb. 27.
Paleontologist and Professor of Geology at UT Timothy Rowe will be speaking about the survival of avian dinosaurs at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 3 in the Trustee Room of Old Main.
Creative Writing students will be presenting their capstone writing at 7 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 6 at The Space, which is located on the corner of Simmons St. and Kellogg St.