Eat free or dine trying.
Homegrown Development Initiatives in Africa
McKinney Conference Room, Watson Institute
Apparently “lunch will be served” at this international development talk on 1990’s homegrown development initiatives in Africa. The talk will be given by Patricia Agupusi of the School of International Development in University of East Anglia, UK.
Clara Lieu Gallery Opening
5:30 – 7:30 PM
The Gallery at Hillel
Visual artist and RISD professor Clara Lieu will be showing 50 self-portraits made with etching ink and lithographic crayon. Continuing in the vague-description-of-provided-food trend, there will also be “refreshments.”
The Kitchen at Hillel
In addition to triangular hat-shaped cookies, tons of Nutella is also promised. Now this right here is our jam. (Get it??? There is jam in the center of hamentaschen!)
Tuesday Learning Celebration: Rabbinic Fantasy and the Story of Esther
Rabbi Rackover will lead this learning session on the Purim story just in time for Purim, which begins on Wednesday night (Jewish Halloween WhiskCo? Anyone?). “Food” will be provided (hopefully hamentaschen?), but take note, Morning Mail advertisers, that these vague descriptions of free food will not fly anymore.
Thank you, Hillel, for making Free Food Tuesday March 6, 2012 happen.