Happy Fall Weekend! Here’s what’s looking good on campus:
Never Let Me Go, Avon Cinema 6:30, 8:40
Based on the novel by Kazuo Ishiguro, Never Let Me Go tells the story of three adolescents straight out of an English boarding school. As they try to navigate the testy waters of their love triangle, they’re faced with a whole new set of problems: THEY’RE CLONES! Designed to be organ donors for people out in the real world, the three friends are forced to come to terms with their mortality a tad on the early side. And you were expecting a run of the mill coming-of-age story. Kiera Knightley, Andrew Garfield and Carey Mulligan star.
Boe Titla, Apache Balladeer, List 120, 5:30-8:00
Boe Titla is a singer, songwriter, and artist from the San Carlos Apache Reservation in Arizona. His performance serves as the opening convocation for the Native American Heritage Series at Brown. Check out a preview here.
Megabus, Kennedy Plaza
It’s rained every day this week. We have Monday off. Tell Providence to stick it where the sun don’t shine (very convenient, considering Providence is already in Providence) and get outta here.