It’s the end. Every breath you take brings you a second further from Space Basses of the past, and every breath you give brings you a second closer to remembering if Mildred actually hooked up with your crush last night or if she just told you she did to make you jealous. To distract yourself from that backstabbing Mildred, here’s some other stories from this past weekend
This weekend was…um…intense
*Nervous laugh* I’m glad it’s over-for now.
It’s the beginning. Every breath you take brings you a second further from spring breaks past, and every breath you give brings you a second closer to two weeks of beautiful respite. Instead of limping into spring break maimed by midterms, instead of being crippled by comps, instead of surrendering, take what you have and begin. It’s the beginning of a new week, but don’t get me wrong. The last dribble of school before the faucet is turned off for a while produces the most annoying and pervasive dripping sound. If this becomes too much, here a some things to distract you for but a short time.
What: Film Screening: Harun Farocki’s “War at a Distance” (2003)
- In conjunction with Visibility Machines: Trevor Paglen and Harun Farocki, the Gund Gallery presents War at a Distance by filmmaker, artist, and writer Harun Farocki
- The Original title is “Erkennen und Verfolgen” which is pretty bad ass
When: Tuesday, March 1 at 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Where: Community Foundation Theater in the Gund Gallery
What: Men’s and Women’s Track and Field NCAC Indoor Championships
- Yes. We do have school pride. Show it, because these kids work hard.
When: Friday, March 4 at 12:00pm to 12:00pm