Upcoming Events

Hey all! Just wanted to remind you of some upcoming events to keep in mind for the next couple of weeks. Hope to see you at some of them!

Sunday, Oct. 27th, 8-9 p.m.: Online chat with Dean Rader. Join this online chat to get quick answers concerning your schedule, substitutions/waivers, PEAI information, etc. Many of you should have already received a temporary invitation via your USF email for Dean’s Honors course, The American Experience. Please accept this invitation on Canvas in order to take part in the chat. Accepting will not affect your course schedule for this term.

Tuesday, Oct. 29th, 6:30-8:30 p.m.: Reading with NoViolet Bulawayo. Come welcome Zimbabwean author and winner of the Cain Prize for African Writing (2011), NoViolet Bulawayo. Bulawayo will be giving a free reading from her recent novel, We Need New Names (2013) in the Berman Room, Fromm 115. For more information about the event, contact: scdoubiago@usfca.edu.

Saturday, November 9th, 12:00-1:30 p.m.: SF Shakespeare Festival presents Julius Caesar. Come witness the betrayal, drama, and tragedy of one of Shakespeare’s greatest plays at Lone Mountain 100. Free food will be provided, and all are welcome!

…Some other things to keep in mind:

  • COURSE CATALOGS are ready for pickup in KA487.
  • The department library is open! Come check out some great works of literature, ranging from classics to modern works.
  • ADVISING WEEK for the department is from Oct. 28th-Nov.1st. Come to KA487 to sign up with your assigned advisers.
  • Daylight savings time is Nov. 3rd. Mark your calendars!

Thanks all!!

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One Response to Upcoming Events

  1. Amanda says:

    Thank you for that useful information. Now I am well prepared for all the events and I am not going to miss anything.

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