What’s Up Concordia

Sept. 27 – JMMA Wine and Cheese Newtown, $10 at the door – Recreation and athletics SGW Hall mezz table sign-up – Management info session, H- 760, 11-3p.m. – Library Workshop LB-203 [email protected] – QPIRG Concordia, Film screening RIZE, H-110 [email protected]

Sept. 27

– JMMA Wine and Cheese
Newtown, $10 at the door
– Recreation and athletics
SGW Hall mezz table sign-up
– Management info session,
H- 760, 11-3p.m.
– Library Workshop LB-203
[email protected]
– QPIRG Concordia, Film screening RIZE, H-110 [email protected]

Sept. 28

– CASA Cares Suicide Karaoke
– AHSCSA Brutopia pub night
– Montreal CFA mentorship Philippe Jacquemot, GM 403-02
– Loyola Student Services Open House, coffee and treats, 10-3 p.m.
– Roy Rosenzweig lecture
H-762, ext. 2414
– ‘Re-inventing Mental Illness’,
Oscar Peterson Concert Hall 7pm
– Student Feedback Workshop, H-760, 9:30-5:30p.m.
– Blood Donor Clinic
LB-Atrium, 10-6 p.m.
– Library Workshop LB-203
[email protected]
– Book Launch, Canadian
authors, [email protected]

Sept. 29

– Concordia Shuffle, 12pm GM- 201 www.shuffle.concordia.ca
– Business Career Fair, Omni Hotel Mont-Royal, 10-3p.m.
– Conference on African
Development, H-110
– Andrew Homzy jazz concert, Oscar Peterson Concert Hall 8p.m.
– Hillel, Sephardie Shabbat at Guetto Sul, 7p.m.
– ISSA Playstation II World Cup Tournament
– Falun Gong info H-403

Sept. 30

– FASA, Art Crawl noon at VAV Gallery, www.vavgallery.com
– Montreal Antiquarian Book Fair, LB atrium
– Body and Brain Club, BnB Camp, www.bodynbrain.org
– Art Workshop, 10-12p.m., http://artcenter.concordia.ca

Oct 2

– Stock Simulation, www.fisaonline.ca
– Engineering and Computer Science Career Fair, H-767,
http://caps.concordia.ca
– Cinema Politica, Favela Rising film screening, H-110,
www.cinemapolitica.org

Coming up:

Check out CISA for a Trip to
Toronto Oct. 13 – 15 www.cisa.org

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