Eat free or dine trying.
Sarah Doyle Dissertation Series
12:00-1:00 pm in Sarah Doyle Women’s Center at Brown and Benevolent.
Listen to PhD candidate in Political Science Elizabeth Bennett present from her work: “When NGOs Govern: Power & Politics in the Fair Trade Movement.” Not only does this lecture guarantee lunch snacks and beverages, but hearing a character from Pride & Prejudice talk about non-governmental organizations sounds absolutely fascinating.
Blasphemy and Laws of Islam in South Asia
1:00-2:00 pm in President’s Dining Room at the Ratty.
Join professors and faculty in a discussion on blasphemy laws in Pakistan. Info says free lunch, so even it is Ratty food at least you can save that meal credit for a quart of OJ.
VSA Meet, Greet and EAT!!!
7:30 pm in Wilson 305