New News: Things that Will be Happening Last Fornight
This week is Welcome Week! It's like Frosh week, but you have classes in the
middle of all the events and, while you're actually allowed to participate this
week, you've outgrown all that silly stuff anyways.
You have one last chance to see the giant tie on Monday morning, before Plant
Ops comes and takes it down. Yes, the great symbol of our faculty has been
fixed and returned to its rightful place. Let Mathies everywhere rejoice!
Thursday, there will be free ice cream available in the Davis Centre at
3:30 PM, to celebrate that the University finally found someone to take care of
Friday, at 4:30 PM, applications close for MathSoc director positions. If
you've always dreamed of holding a position with a fancy title and no real
duties in an 'organization' less organized than the Tibetan government, this is
Next Wednesday and Thursday, you can visit the Slice (Student Life Center) to see
what clubs you should make fun of in mathNEWS this term. Rumour has it that the Ham
Radio Club will be setting up a display.
Throughout these two weeks, clubs will be starting up their meetings and,
importantly, executive elections for the term. For many of these clubs, if you
show up, you have a reasonable shot of getting elected to something. You've
always wanted to be the Secretary of the UW Conservatives, right?
And, lastly, for those of you looking for packing foam, papier mache, a stool, or some
emergency toilet paper, Imprint is published every Friday. Show up early in the
morning to the lesser-known newsracks and pick up the softest copies, or brave
the neverending supplies in the Slice.
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