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Published: February 13, 2009
Section: Comics

Vocal Valentines:

Friday, Feb. 13, Lunch, Usdan

<i>Photo courtesy of Lynne Lancaster</i>

Photo courtesy of Lynne Lancaster

Can’t rhyme? Not a poet? Want to surprise your sweetheart with a poem, which expresses your love? You’re in luck! Get a member of Vocal, Brandeis’ slam poetry group to write you one. All proceeds go to a Waltham afterschool program.


Friday, Feb. 13, 8 p.m. Laurie Theater, Spingold.

<i>Photo courtesy of Nyo</i>

Photo courtesy of Nyo

In this theatrical adaptation of the novel of the same name, an Indian boy sets out on a journey to enlightenment. Author Hermann Hesse narrates the play, created for the stage by Eric Hill.
Tickets cost $10 w/student id.

Open Discussion:

Friday, Feb. 13, 9:10 a.m. Lown 203.



Discuss tactics of cultivating diverse efforts to fighting HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa. This event is the last of a series connected to the residency of Dr. Brian Williams, Epidemiologist for the World Trade Organization.

Valentine’s Day:

Saturday, Feb. 14, all day. Everywhere.

<i>Photo courtesy of Stephen Gibson</i>

Photo courtesy of Stephen Gibson

Now’s your chance to show your loved ones that you care about them. Send a card, make a phone call, give a hug. Make this day a special one.