We are all crossing our fingers until winter ends, but until that old man blows his final cold breath for the season, we have another “This Week In Town” for you lovely folks!
“Without Borders” is such a powerful pronoun now, and this time it’s for the Engineers. Something to note about this event is that all majors are welcome, it isn’t limited to just Engineers. Learning about organizations that help other people is such a wonderful time investment, and if you can’t make the event they havea website and a newsletter.
“Engineers Without Borders (EWB UIUC) is back for the semester and in full swing!
come down to Lincoln Hall 1000 on February 19 at 6PM to learn about what we do as one of the biggest international nonprofit organization 💪🏼
P.S. no experience required and we welcome people from all majors 😊
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Hey it’s EWeek! This is awesome! There are so many different events, so make sure to check out the claendar and check up on what is going around campus! There are so many events involved in this special occassion! Enjoy!
“Registration for Engineers Week 2019 is now live!
Sign up your team here: http://eweek.ec.uiuc.edu
E-week will be February 15th-23rd and the theme for this year is Jurrasic Park!
Remember you can sign up for either 5 or 10 person teams! For 5 person teams you can have 1 alternate and for 10 person teams you can have 2 alternates!
Captains meetings are February 4th and 11th, 7 pm in Engineering Hall 106B8″
The Krannert Center has a wonderful musical performance with new tools and electronic based science that will surely be exciting beyond measure.
“Collaborative performances by Jeff Kolar (Chicago-based sound and media artist, composer, and curator) and jonCates (School of the Art Institute of Chicago) utilize an array of electronic and analog instruments, as well as devices designed and fabricated by hand, to create new electromagnetic infrastructures proposing alternate narratives and experiences.
**This event is cosponsored by:
Center for Advanced Study, Division of Musicology, Krannert Art Museum, Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, Robert E. Brown Center for World Music, School of Music
** Flyer link: http://cas.illinois.edu/node/127”
Broomball is a battle for those who want a taste of glory. I highly reccomend that you sign up with a team and compete for the crown, no experience needed, all are welcomed, fight for the glory of being a Broomball Champion.
“Broomball: the best of hockey and soccer in one sport! Get a team of 6 together to compete in a Broomball tournament for your E-Week team. $30/team, and funds raised go towards Special Olympics.”
There’s not much I can put on top of this event description! It’s always great to learn about other cultures and this particular event, is FREE! The show and dinner! Just make sure to sign-up so that they know. The story is original as well so definitely set some time apart for this cultural event!
“The Vietnamese Student Association of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is proud to present our 4th annual Vietnamese Culture Night. We cordially invite you to the culture show at Lincoln Hall Auditorium as well as a Vietnamese dinner at the University YMCA. Both the show and the dinner are FREE of charge. Along with an original story and script, we’ve prepared many dances and performances that we hope you come and enjoy alongside with us!
“Vietnamese Culture Night – A Night to Remember” is based on two folktales, “The Story of Tấm and Cám” and the familiar “Cinderella.”
A young girl, Tấm, lives with her cruel stepmother (Dì Ghẻ) and ruthless half-sister, Cám. Her life takes an unexpected twist when she loses a precious family heirloom from her late mother and when her crush, Phong, goes out to find the girl of his dreams. However, Cám and Dì Ghẻ present Tấm and Phong with obstacles every step of the way on their journey to find love.
What: Vietnamese Culture Night – A Night to Remember
When: February 23rd, 5-7pm
Where: Lincoln Hall Auditorium, 702 S Wright St, Urbana, IL 61801
Cost: FREE admission for everyone!
Show Directors: Duyen Ho and Sean Ngo
Hat Dance Coordinators: Humna Shahid and Alex Loakhajorn
Umbrella/Mưa Tây Nguyên Dance Coordinator: Duyen Ho
Ribbon Dance Coordinator: Tracy Pham
Modern Dance Coordinators: Tracy Pham, Eric Moy and Brian Vu
Lion Dance Coordinator: Keith Briones
Fan Dance Coordinators: Janet Mai and Yanira Quezada
And many thanks to all of the performers and participants that have made this show possible!
The Vietnamese Student Association at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (hereon, “VSA”) was established at the University of Illinois in 1983. VSA is an organization dedicated to promoting cultural awareness through a variety of events on Campus and in the Urbana-Champaign community. VSA strives to establish a supportive environment for those of Vietnamese and non-Vietnamese descent to interact and engage in activities that preserve and appreciate the Vietnamese culture and heritage. VSA is open to everyone that is interested in learning or sharing the Vietnamese culture.
Housing form for out of state guests:
Any questions regarding the show can be addressed to the directors, Duyen Ho and Sean Ngo.
Paid for by the Student Cultural Programming Fee
Paid for by the Student Organization Resource Fund
Co-sponsored by the Division of Student Affairs Program Coordinating Council”