What’s going on fellow Aztecs! I wish you all good luck with your studies as finals are just around the corner. I know that many of you can relate to me, when I say that during those long study sessions, we all need some sort of study break. Lucky for all of you, we are in a campus in which there is always some sort of activity to give us those much needed breaks throughout campus.
On Tuesday, April 30, 2013, the school of Hospitality & Tourism Management will be hosting the Master’s Degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management Open House at the Extended Studies Building, Room 211 from 5-7 PM. This meeting will be focused on how the program works, how course content is delivered, and the process for completing applications for admission as well as multiple forms of financial aid.
On Wednesday, May 1, 2013 author Lissa Paul will hold a Lecture named: “In Search of Eliza Fenwick (1766-1840): Or, the Trials and Tribulations of Writing a Life”. The lecture will run from 5-630 PM in Student Services- room 1401. Paul’s lecture concerns her latest book project, which she originally intended to be a standard biographical “life” of Eliza Fenwick (1766-1840), what one might call a literary biography. Paul’s talk is an attempt to navigate the Scylla and Charybdis of writing Eliza’s life.
Also on Wednesday, author Harold Jaffe will hold a reading as part of the Spring 2011 Hugh C. Hyde Living Writers Series. It will be from 7- 8 PM in the SDSU library- room LL430.
If you were looking for something to do on campus this week, well let me just say that now you have no excuses. The best part of all these events is that they are FREE!! This is what is happening this week on your campus, so make sure to check at least one of them out; and once again, good luck on your studies!
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Blog written by Sergio Camacho, Student Life & Leadership – Student Contributor