Campus briefs – Jan. 20th

    Getting to know you
    English professor Andrew Titus will host “Meditate and Destroy: Five
    Hindrances of Knowing Yourself” on Jan. 23, from 11:30 a.m. to
    12:20 p.m at McCain Hall room 106.
    The workshop will be about “how to get to know yourself a bit better
    so that you can get to the work and fun of dealing with the things and
    people in your life in an honest, frank, creative and compassionate way.”
    The first 24 attendees will get free pizza.

    Idle No More Unity March
    The Aboriginal students of St. Thomas University have organized a
    unity march in response to Bill C-45 and its related legislation. The
    march will take place on Thursday, Jan. 24th at 1:00 p.m.
    The march will take place starting from Queen’s Square to the St.
    Thomas University courtyard where a series of speakers will speak
    about the Idle No More campaign. Invitations for the march goes out to
    all students. For more information email Joseph Mazzotta
    (hhrpj@stu.ca) and Kateri Martin (hhjlk@stu.ca)

    The business of online plagiarism
    “Learning and Teaching Development- The Business of Online
    Plagarism,” will take place in Holy Cross Room 101 on Jan. 25 between 2:30
    p.m. and 3:30 p.m. http://w3.stu.ca/stu/events/events_view.aspx?id=101048

    Dinner with Lieutenant-Governor Graydon Nicholas
    St. Thomas University will host a Gala Dinner – With
    Lieutenant-Governor Graydon Nicholas in Support of the Daniel and
    Valerie O’Brien Millennium Bursary Fund on Jan. 25 from 6:00 p.m. to
    11:59 p.m. at the Delta Fredericton.
    St. Thomas University alumnus Harry Forestell will emcee the event.
    Tickets will be available for $140 or a table of eight for $1,120
    (official receipts in the amount of $100 per ticket will be issued)
    To purchase tickets, contact 452-0645 or email Hudson@stu.ca.

    Plato Talk
    Professor Alan Hall with be talking at “Exploring Plato’s Republic: “Why I Love The Republic and You Should Too” on Jan. 24th from 3:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. presented by the Great Books Programme. It is the first of a three part series examining Plato’s Republic, as Dr. Patrick Malcolmson and Sarah McDonald will host future talks.

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