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Festival: Holi 2014
The South Asian Students Association invites the student body to participate in the Hindu festival of colors again. The annual event is always a mid-afternoon crowd-pleaser, as students blast each other with water guns and fling brightly colored powders until they forget about their Dean’s Date stresses. Be sure to wear white and take some pictures for a before and after Pic Stitch, because SASA is sure to get you nice and dirty.
Wednesday, 3 p.m.
Poetry: Ellipses Presents In Transit
As we prepare to leave campus for the summer, come let the Ellipses Slam Poetry Team send you off with a show all about journeys. The group has come back to campus fresh off their third-place finish at the College Unions Poetry Slam Invitational and is ready to share their stories with you through some sharply spoken word. A few of the group members have even become minor YouTube celebrities following their CUPSI appearance. Find their videos online for a preview.
Wilson Blackbox Theater
Thursday, 8 p.m.
Friday, 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.
Campus Affairs: Let’s Talk!
Join USG members in for their conversation-based event focused on sparking dialogue among different social groups on campus. The Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students and USG will jointly sponsor the initiative to help students engage with how their identity has affected their Princeton experience. Lining up nicely with late meal, the event will also feature free snacks for upperclassmen without swipes to use.
Frist Campus Center Gallery
Thursday, 8:30 p.m.
Music: Molly Bolten and the Night Kitchen Experiment
Watch Molly Bolten ’14 deliver a sick show for her send-off, senior thesis concert. Her group recently made its live debut in mid-April, opening up for another band at Terrace. But this time, it’s all about Bolten and her crew, who are still celebrating the release of their recent album “All Seats Provide Equal Viewing of the Universe.” Admission is free, but tickets are required. Pick some up at the Frist Campus Center box office before the show, and be sure to check out some of their tunes before the show, available for streaming on Bolten’s personal website.
Frist Film/Performance Theatre
Wednesday, 8 p.m.