After two snow days, everyone on campus is itching for something to do. This Saturday is Valentine’s Day, so for all the couples (and singles) looking for something fun to do, check out our list of events happening on campus this weekend.
Rez Open Mic
Thursday February 12, 7:30pm, The Rez
Join us for our first open mic night of the semester Thursday, February 12th! As usual, nearly all talents are welcome: voice, guitar, jug blowing, spoken word, stand up comedy, juggling, interpretive dance, etc…
If you’re looking to perform in one way or another, sign up for a time slot at the Rez, and email us at email@example.com to confirm!
Stay tuned: we’ll post details about special drink offers for the night soon.
Is He Dead?
Thursday February 12 – Saturday February 21, 8pm, Balch Arena Theater
A New Comedy by Mark Twain as adapted by David Ives, directed by Laurence Senelick.
$10.00 Tufts ID
2/12 – All tickets are $10.00, which includes the opening night reception
2/19 – $1.00 night
To order tickets or learn more about the below performances, please contact the box office at 617-627-3493.
Major: Undecided Presents: 101 Uses for Money
Friday February 13, 10pm, Barnum 008
YOU CAN USE MONEY TO:
buy a new hairdryer
buy a personal shoulder massage from Rob Lowe
look for government secrets encoded in the bills!
Come watch Major: Undecided Sketch Comedy perform in a comedy extravaganza! There will be intrigue, mystery, and all around murder!
THIS FRIDAY. 10 PM. BARNUM 008. Come, laugh with us.
Love146 Presents: Broken Hearts
Friday February 13, 7pm, Sophia Gordon Hall
It’s that time of the year again; the one day when we all think about showering our loved ones with gifts and affection.
Love146 invites you to join us in extending that same love to remember & commemorate the broken hearts of victims of human sex trafficking & commercial sexual exploitation and their families.
Join us for a night of song, dance, poems, stories, art and homemade baked goodies!
In remembrance, we will explore the current-day situation of this issue, and acknowledge the discomfort that comes with realizing that modern day slavery persists till this very moment. Through acknowledgment, we can take steps together towards positive changes. Through collective action, we can bring light to darkness.
Contributions of any amount are also highly encouraged. For the first time in Love146’s history, the organization has had to say “no” to children being referred to them for holistic survivor care because they simply don’t have the resources. All proceeds will be donated to Love146.org in the hope that such a situation will never have to be repeated again.
Tufts Symphony Orchestra Presents: Darth Vader in Love
Saturday February 14, 1pm, Distler
A few short days from now, in a Distler not very far away, TSO will be giving its first concert of 2015 as part of Granoff’s community concert series for children and families in the Medford/Somerville area! Featured on the program are John Williams’ timeless orchestral suite from the Star Wars films and, for that special someone of yours, the indulgently romantic second movement of Tchaikovsky’s fifth symphony! There might be a few surprises in store as well, so you definitely don’t want to miss out!
The concert is free and open to the public; no tickets required!
Tufts BSU Presents: Full Deck
Saturday February 14, 10pm, Hotung
And if you play your cards right, you never know what you might get.
-Free for all Tufts students
-$5 online and at the door for non-Tufts students
DOORS OPEN AT 10 AND CLOSE AT 12
Entrance with college ID ONLY!
AFTER PARTY TO FOLLOW !