What to do tonight: 9/23/11

Sports, Sports and MORE Sports!

Men’s Soccer v. Boston University
Stevenson Field
7 pm — 9 pm
Free with student ID!

It’s a battle against local(ish) rival for the Bears’ 5th win. Come cheer ’em on….

Or roadtrip to Harvard
Harvard Stadium
7 pm — 9pm

The football team is heading into Crimson territory this weekend so it’s our duty of avid sports fans to pack up the zip cars and go forth to cheer on the Bears. Extra points if you knock out Harvard’s electricity.

PW presents “The Visit”
Production Workshop, TF Green Hall
8 pm — 10:15 pm

Murder and mayhem in the late 19th century Germany. I’m sold.

Internationally Acclaimed Organist James Higdon to Perform on Sayles Hall Organ
Sayles Hall
8 pm — 9 pm

Higdon will perform works by French composer Jehan Alain on Brown University’s 1903 Hutchings-Votey organ in Sayles Hall. This concert continues a year-long celebration in honor of the composer’s centennial. This organ doesn’t get played often enough. And let’s face it, you probably won’t be there on Halloween to check it out. Take advantage of this rare opportunity.

Phi Kappa Psi presents: Blow Your Mind
Phi Psi, Sears House
10 pm — 2 am
$3 at the door, $4 after 11 pm

Get your frat on and your mind blown (supposedly) by the brothers of Phi Kappa Psi.

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