Close Encounters with a Take-Home Midterm

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Take-home midterms are easy, right? You’ve got all your notes and can complete the test on your own time, so how bad can it be? All footage shot during an actual Middle East Studies take-home test. Narrated by the voices in my head.

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Free food digest: January 30, 2013

Eat free or dine trying.
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Middle East Studies Luncheon Seminar
12-1 p.m.
Watson Institute, Birkelund BoardroomFFD copy

Nukhet Sandal, Postdoctoral Fellow in International Studies, will be leading a seminar entitled “Public Theologies of Citizenship in the Middle East: Revisiting the Turkish Model.” It’s not clear what food is being served, but luncheon can mean only good things. RSVP to CMES@brown.edu.

Pizza and Applied Math DUG
5:30-6:30 p.m.
Barus and Holley 153

The Applied Math DUG is hosting this informal chat about career and class options and for students concentrating in or considering Applied Math. Free pizza will be provided.  

Education DUG Presents: Classes, Chatting and Snacking
7 p.m.
Barus Hall

If you’re interested in the Education department and want to get the scoop on classes, professors and workloads from undergrad concentrators, go to Barus Hall at 7p.m. If you’re interested in “tasty treats,” Barus Hall might also be your evening destination of choice.