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.
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The 30th is the actual 10th anniversary of the hit movie starring Lindsay Lohan, Tina Fey, Amanda Seyfried, Rachel McAdams, and many more. Coincidentally (and serendipitously), April 30th is a Wednesday. And on Wednesdays, we wear pink. We hope to see you all there, wearing your finest pink garments, or “you can’t sit with us!” Just kidding. But still.
Are you the type of person who’s more interested in sitting back and watching a movie than you are with all the tedium and effort involved in actually producing and screening them (i.e most people)? Despite the prevalence of film-loving types on campus, made apparent by well-known student groups such as Ivy Film Festival and Brown TV, screenings of classics or particular genre favorites are often difficult to come by. Enter the Brown University Film Forum (BUFF), an organization formed by a group of students who, according to co-founder Beatrix Chu ’15, were “surprised by the lack of regular, popular film screenings for students on campus.” Along with weekly screenings, the organization also hopes to incorporate discussions for the kind of people who like to talk about their movies after they watch them (i.e most university students).
BUFF will be screening of The Graduate this Thursday, November 7 at 9 p.m. in the Metcalf Auditorium.Whether you’re a newbie to the film scene, a seasoned movie aficionado, or merely a senior looking for reassurance that finding satisfaction after graduation is as simple as engaging in affairs with married women, stop by BUFF’s event and experience a 60’s classic.