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Check out this weekly calendar and stay in touch with the latest events on campus. Email us at [email protected] with your student club’s info. Sept 16 Syrian Student Association, Al-Rayahine Musical Band & Tal Al-Zaatar Dabkeh Group DB Clarke Theatre, (514) 804-3510 Mexican Independence Day Celebration 1445 Bishop www.

Check out this weekly calendar and stay in touch with the latest events on campus.

Email us at [email protected] with your student club’s info.

Sept 16

Syrian Student Association,
Al-Rayahine Musical Band & Tal Al-Zaatar Dabkeh Group
DB Clarke Theatre,
(514) 804-3510

Mexican Independence Day Celebration
1445 Bishop
www.masmexico.org

Sept 18

The Art of Living: Yes!+ Info session
2090 Mackay
Z-05
www.artofliving.org

Sustainable Ambassador Program launch at Loyola
info: 848-2424 x 5202

Sept 19

The Art of Living: Free Yoga on Tuesdays, www.artofliving.org

Sustainable Ambassador Program launch at SGW
info: 848-2424 x 5202

Paving your career path
SGW, 10-12p.m.
Survivng First-year Science and Engineering SGW, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Sept 21

Time Management for First-year students, Loyola, 3:00-4:30p.m.

Sept 22

CASA: Back to Biz party, Coco Bongo, tickets: goto GM 211-14

Hillel, Rosh Hashanah, Maariv [email protected]

African Student Association of Concordia: Ice Breaker party at Newtown
tickets: goto H 1031-7

www.asaconline.com
MOZ Fraternity: Midnight Booze Cruise, Old Port of Montreal
[email protected]

Sept 23

FASA: Art Crawl, noon at VA Building.
CUPA: Blackout at Club Mansion Antoni (514) 995-0848

Hillel: Shaharit, Mincha, Maariv, Havdalah, www.hillel.ca

CISA: Camp Village des Jeunes, day trip up north.
www.cisamontreal.com

CUTV: Workshops at H-733.
Centre for Mature Students: SeptemberFest, H-760.

Sept. 24

Caribbean Students Union: Mont-Royal Picnic, H733-3
[email protected]

Hillel: Rosh Hashannah Lite, 3460 Stanley, [email protected]

Sept 25

Introduction to Effective Reading,
SGW 10-11:30a.m.

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