Free food digest: March 14, 2012

Eat free or dine trying. It’s Pi Day, folks!

The Developing Brain seminar with Prof. BJ Casey
12–1:15 p.m.
Ratty, Room 8

The second lecture in this series brings Cornell Professor of Developmental Psychobiology BJ Casey to the Ratty for a discussion that will feature not only hundreds of 150-point Scrabble words, but a luncheon, too.

Second Annual Health Careers Fair
12–2 p.m.
Faunce’s Kasper Multipurpose Room

While you’re meeting with reps from dozens of health career fields, we’ll be diagnosing the refreshments with a case of Delicious.

Health Services Research Seminar Series: Prioritizing Health in an Era of Cost-Containment
4–5 p.m.
121 South Main, Room 245

UMass Medical School Professor, Dr. Allison Rosen, will discuss things of a healthcare nature while the attention of all involved is fixated on the ambiguous but seductive “light refreshments.”

Women’s History Month Library Open House
5–7 p.m.
Sarah Doyle Women’s Center

Help celebrate Women’s History Month and stop by the SDWC to check out the library and the Meeting Street cookies.

Slavic Studies departmental speed-dating
5:30–7 p.m.
Marston 346

Meet the faculty and eat Russian food. Vodka included? You’ll have to go to find out.

Beyond the Lab Bench: The Experience of Research
6:30–8 p.m.
Kassar House, Foxboro Auditorium

Three undergrad Royce Fellows will discuss their research and then give way to a tidal wave of refreshments.

WiSE Presents: A Pi Day Celebration!
7–8:30 p.m.
Science Center, SciLi 3rd Floor

WiSE, the Puzzle Club, and the Go Club will help you tease your brain while eating pie on the most delicious day of the year.

SPEC Presents: Pi(e) Day!
8–10 p.m.
The Underground

The Special Events Committee wants you to enjoy an absurd number of pies — absurdly scrumptious, that is.

Sex & Chocolate in the Dark
9–11 p.m.
South Wayland Lounge

The title alone is enough to bring us in. Enjoy candid, cozy, and comfortable conversations about sex while munching on chocolate. Lots of chocolate.

Hi-T: LGBTQ study break
10 p.m.–midnight
LGBTQ Resource Center, Faunce 321

A safe discussion and study space for LGBTQ students and supporters — with snacks!

1 Comment

  1. SPEC!

    don’t forget pi day y’all 8-10pm in the Underground. You don’t even have to listen to a lecture to eat for free at this one!

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