What to do tonight: Sat. 9/4

Midnight Madness

10 p.m.-12 a.m., OMAC

You are invited (probably over Facebook already) to a campus-wide party involving beach balls, glow sticks, lasers, and other colorful/fluorescent shenanigans. Warning: if you stay until midnight, you may go mad.

95.5 WBRU Dunkin Donuts Summer Concert Series presents COHEED and CAMBRIA / Manchester Orchestra / The Dear Hunter

7 p.m. (doors at 6), Bank of America City Center (Kennedy Plaza), $28

Tickets are still available for the last of BRU’s summer series, featuring MTV-award-winning new wave rock headliner Coheed and Cambria, danceable indie rock act Manchester Orchestra and The Dear Hunter, Boston-based band of similar sensibilities, not to be confused with Deerhunter.


7 p.m., Saloman 101

Don’t get too excited — this is a lecture. But on a taboo, provocative and entertaining topic, to be sure. This annual discussion is traditionally popular among freshmen, who will learn about “doing what you desire, not what you’re just okay with,” as speaker Alexis Saccoman ’04 advises. Saccoman speaks with compassion and withholds judgment, once beginning the talk with, “Now we’re going to talk about some sexy shit!!”

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