What to do tonight: 9/23

Providence Poetry Slam writing workshop

7 P.M, AS220 Gallery Space

Come downtown to share your writing and get nonjudgmental feedback from other poets and writers in your city, or just hear others’ ideas and meet non-Brunonians.

A Lie of the Mind

8 P.M., Leeds Theater in Lyman Hall

Freshman and transfers get free admission tonight to this production, put on by Sock & Buskin and the Department of Theatre Arts and Performance Studies,  about two broken families in the American west. But if you are a Brown veteran you can still get tickets here.

‘Riddles of the Sphinx’ screening and Q&A

7 P.M., Rhode Island Hall room 108

Experienced archeologist, Egyptologist and Director of the Giza Mapping Project Mark Lehner is coming to campus to talk about this Nova special on ancient egyptian engineering techniques that allowed for the construction of the Great Sphinx.

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