What to do this week: November 9 – 15

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Monday, November 9

Event: Where Can I Pee? Trans Week Scavenger Hunt
Time: 2:00 p.m.
Location: Sign up at the LGTBQ Center in Faunce

Locate all the gender inclusive bathrooms on campus for the chance to win some wonderful prizes. Plus, everyone who participates will get a t-shirt! This scavenger hunt kicks off Trans Week, which will have daily events until Friday.

Tuesday, November 10

Event: University Response in Moments of Crisis
Time: 5:30 p.m.
Location: Leung Gallery

In the past few years alone, Brown has experienced major moments that have reshaped the campus and community’s culture. If you’ve ever wondered what the decision process is, or have wanted to effect the process, of responding to these events come to this discussion wherein, “participants [will be] split into roundtable groups to think through action items regarding response mechanisms.”

Thursday, November 12

Event: BUFF Presents: Good Morning Vietnam 
Time: 9:00 p.m.
Location: Smitty B 106

In honor of Veterans Day, BUFF will host a free screening of Good Morning Vietnam, one of Robin William’s most revered movies.

Friday, November 13

Event: Ivy Film Festival’s 48-Hour Film Competition
Time: Prompts released at 5:00 p.m.
Location: The set of your creation

Get a group of friends together and make a movie in 48 hours! IFF will release 5 prompts on Friday, and your job is to create a new & original film in only 2 days incorporating 4 out of the 5 prompts. Winner gets $200 and a showing in the Ivy Film Fest program.

Saturday, November 14

Event: A Brief and Wondrous Night with Junot Díaz
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Location: Salomon

Author, editor, Voices of Our Nation founder, and MIT professor, Junot Díaz, will be speaking on campus. Keep an eye on the Facebook page for ticket distribution!

Sunday, November 15

Event: BUGS Presents: Princess Ida
Time: 3:00 p.m.
Location: Alumnae Hall

Join Brown University Gilbert and Sullivan for their fall performance of Princess Ida. All BUGS performances are free, but you can get your tickets ahead of time here. There are also showings on Friday and Saturday.

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