As this storm of midterms slowly pass, we must remember...spring break is just around the corner!! Nothing is better to get us ready for vacation than this beautiful day (and a sunny week ahead of us)! This week I have just a few announcements to convey and a wealth of campus events to share. Check them out below!
Last week, SAS Honors Blogger Alex Arbeitel examined "What is poetry?" in her post "P(art)s of Speech", while Blog Editor Nida Saeed pondered aloud in "The Merits of Time Travel" on how time traveling ties with the pursuit of knowledge.
Need a great read over spring break? Check out posts you've missed on the SAS Honors Blog! The diversity in the interests and experiences of our bloggers will be sure to give you a mix of posts to read!
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Remember, you can always stay updated on announcements, events, and opportunities through our Facebook and Twitter pages!
In regards to spring break, I hope that you all have a wonderful next week, safe from harm, bug bites, and sunburn! I will personally be embarking on the SAS Honors Global Experience to Yucatan in a suit of sunblock and bug spray against that notorious Zika virus.
Wishing everyone well with the rest of their midterms!
Student Director of Honors Media
Come see Rutgers University Choir next Wednesday, led by SASHP student and President Priya Pamnani. Inspired by a fascination with what lies beyond this world, this program features imaginative works that speak of seers and sages. Tickets are $5 for students, $10 for Rutgers Alumni/Faculty, and $15 for the public. Find out more on how to get tickets here.
Do you have some news to share about your accomplishments, cool things you are doing at Rutgers, fun facts and profound concepts you've learned in your courses? Send your news to firstname.lastname@example.org. We'd love to tweet about it at @RU_SASHP or under the hashtag #SASHP.
Come to the SASHP De-Stress Night brought to you by the Peer Mentors. Free food, coffee, and hot cocoa! Kick back and relax with the RUCAC puppies, coloring, board games, crafts, and more! All SASHP Students are welcome.
Come dance away your stress at this fun SASHP Peer Mentors open to all Rutgers students. Free smoothies, water, and granola bars will be provided. We will be collecting cash donations for the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund, and there will be a raffle for a SASHP gym bag, water bottle, and a Dunkin' Donuts gift card.
Think you'll need a break from Finals? Or just a fun way to celebrate the end of the semester? Then come see the Queen's Chorale Winter Concert to enjoy some traditional choral Christmas Music and a great time. Tickets will be on sale at the door.
On a wintry night, come enjoy a delightful evening with Rutgers' premier Jewish a cappella group and listen to Kol Halayla perform a mixture of Jewish, American, and Israeli music! Tickets are $5 with a student ID and $8 without.
Are you interested in genetics? Do you maybe want to become a genetic counselor? Then come to the presentation by Professor Jessica Joines on October 9 to learn the whats, hows, and whys of the job. Topics include what this job, which has fantastic predicted job growth, entails and Rutgers’ unique and competitive Genetic Counseling Certificate and Master’s Programs.
The Rutgers-Eagleton Washington Internship Award Program provides one-time grants of up to $5,000 to outstanding Rutgers undergraduate students for summer internships in government/public service in Washington, DC. The monetary award is meant to ease the financial burden of working in Washington D.C. by offsetting living expenses. Rutgers undergraduates from all campuses and all majors are invited to apply by December 13, 2017.