It's Summer, which also means it's everyone's favorite reading season! We've crawled all the blogs and websites for you and gathered collections of lists new and old, our favorite reads are also highlighted. Get out, enjoy the sun, and enjoy those beach reads.
Need a break from studying for finals? Join the FIU Theatre Crack-of-Dawn Players on Friday, April 21st at 9am in the Green Library main lobby for "Seriously Folks . . . It's Comedy!"
The spring comedy workshop class will represent a side-splitting, laugh out loud funny history of comedy from the Greeks to contemporary theatre, including Shakespeare and the Victorian stage.
Free bagels, donuts, & coffee will be provided!
Finals are just around the corner! Between papers, resumes, and personal statements, you've got a lot of writing to do, and sometimes it's nice to get some help.
The Center for Excellence in Writing will have tutors available in both the Green and Hubert Libraries during the next two weekends, located on the second floor in front of the Hub. Check out the schedule below and be sure to stop by!
Friday, April 14th: 12-9
Saturday, April 15: 12-6
Sunday, April 16: 12-12
Thursday, April 20th: 5-9
Mark your calendars for Roman Night 6: Boudicca's Rebellion! This year's celebration of all things Roman focuses on the original Brexit - British Queen Boudicca's rebellion against the Roman Empire in 60 AD. The event includes a lecture on Boudicca by FIU history professor Gwyn Davies, a screening of a documentary on the rebellious queen, and Roman-themed games.
Graduate students, faculty, and researchers;
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