Tag Archives: free

Free Trip to the Newseum [SPA Event]

30 Jan

FREE TRIP TO THE NEWSEUM!

Join SPA members Breanna Browne and Jess Burnell as they adventure to the Newseum. Meet them along with Liz and Professor Ralkowski on Friday, Feburary 8th @ 1:00pm  at the Honors Townhouse to walk over to the Newseum. Tickets are normally $17.95 for students, so seize the opportunity to go for free! Click HERE to sign up.

Is that technically a pun?

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You’re invited to The Kalb Report [SPA Event]

11 Nov

Want to see behind-the-scenes of a television show production? The Kalb Report is going to be filming another live episode on November 19th with nightly news legend Tod Koppel, and you’re invited! Join SPAs Bryan and Kevin and volunteer at The Kalb Report, and learn what really goes into a television production. This is a great opportunity for all GW students, but especially if you’re in SMPA! Oh, and you get free pizza too, so it’s a win-win!

Volunteers need to be available between 5:30 and 9:30pm on Monday, November 19th. Send Bryan an email at bkane@gwu.edu by Tuesday, November 13th if you’re able to come, so we can make sure that there’s a role for you!

And if you’re not interested in volunteering, you can still come and sit in the studio audience and watch an awesome show. Get tickets at kalb.gwu.edu before they’re sold out!

Free Concert at the Kennedy Center [SPA Event]

8 Oct

 

Interested in free music with an interesting international mix?  Join SPA sophomores Kevin Frey and Rebekah Johnson on their grassroots outing to see a free performance by Toubab Krewe at the Kennedy Center on Friday, Oct. 12.

This North Carolina based folk band fuses the music of Mali with American musical styles to create what is truly a unique blend of sound.  Aside from electric guitar and bass, this small ensemble features exotic instruments such as the kora, soku, and African Drums.

Sound interesting?  Kevin and Rebekah will be meeting outside of Funger Hall at 5:30 p.m. on Friday and will walk over to the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage.  Afterward, join them for half-price fro-yo at Campus Fresh!

The (lecture about the) Zombie Apocalypse is Here [Event]

5 Apr

The Zombie Apocalypse is the ultimate use-it-or-lose it scenario for your BRAAAAAAAAINS!! We recommend “use-it.”  So don’t miss TODAY’S event!

The University Honors Program is proud to host Prof. Jeff Mantz (George Mason University), anthropologist and renowned zombie expert for the free-and-open-to-the-public lecture

The Politics of Leftovers in the Time of the Zombie Apocalypse:
anxiety, abjection, and our (d)evolution into a posthuman technological singularity

Thursday, April 5th, 4pm-6pm
Funger Rm. 103 (2201 G Street, NW)

RSVP and more information on Facebook

Bring your friends and their delicious, delicious brains.  Prof. Mantz will draw from literary, cinematic, and historical coverage of zombies to prepare you for the coming zombie apocalypse … unless of course, it’s already here.

8 Things to Know About Zombies [Event]

29 Mar

We’re not joking around here.  Zombies are real.   Seriously.  Don’t believe me? Then don’t take my word for it, hear what Prof. Jeff Mantz has to say about it over at NPR.

If you’re still curious about zombies, then don’t miss our event with the man (or zombie double agent?) himself.

The University Honors Program is proud to host Prof. Jeff Mantz(George Mason University), anthropologist and renowned zombie expert for the free-and-open-to-the-public lecture

The Politics of Leftovers in the Time of the Zombie Apocalypse:
anxiety, abjection, and our (d)evolution into a posthuman technological singularity

Thursday, April 5th, 4pm-6pm
Funger Rm. 103 (2201 G Street, NW)

RSVP and more information on Facebook

Bring your friends and their delicious, delicious brains.  Prof. Mantz will draw from literary, cinematic, and historical coverage of zombies to prepare you for the coming zombie apocalypse … unless of course, it’s already here.