It's time for CramJam once again, and this year we all love the 90s!
For those who don't know, CramJam comes twice a year (like Christmas, if Christmas happened again) and it's a great way to take some time off from studying the night before exams start. From 10 pm until 1 am SUB and RSA will be in Harden Dining Hall with a lot of free stuff for you to enjoy!
From 10-12 you can get free breakfast food in the dining hall served by your professors, or maybe if your lucky Dr. Smith Jackson and President Leo Lambert! Plus throughout the whole night, SUB has entertainment for everyone! Theres a photobooth to take pictures with your friends, a balloon artist making animals (or whatever else you want!), make-your-own monograms, and of course FREE MASSAGES (if you sign up in time, that is). We'll even have some great 90s candy to bring you back to the good old days.
And all night we'll be playing great music (of course some awesome 90s throwbacks) and have performances from Elon's a cappella groups too! So come join us for some fun before finals!! Don't miss out on all the cool free stuff you can get.
To sign up for massages, come up to Moseley 207 or look for SUB at a Moseley table on Dec 5 and 6!
The semester is coming to a close and that mostly means you all have final projects and tests and stuff coming up. Stress is imminent, but SUB is here to help you calm down and enjoy life between all the crazy. Here's what we have for you to do in the upocoming days:
NPHC is hosting SUB's midnight meals this week, an interactive game show event! Come enjoy some free food and game show fun in Irazu on Thursday thw 17th at 11pm!
SUB and Campus Kitchen have collaborated this week to bring you a benefit concert for National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week on Friday November 18th at 8pm in McKinnon Hall. In addition to great musical performances from Twisted Measure and Nicholas Agrawal, a short documentary highlighting the NHHA cause will be screened.
The whole night we will be accepting donations of canned goods towards Campus Kitchen's charity efforts, which they donate to charity organizations in the surrounding community for homeless and disadvantaged citizens. For more information on the Campus Kitchen program at Elon, how to donate or volunteer for them year-round check out the Campus Kitchen at Elon website.
Please come support Campus Kitchen's cause through your support and donations of canned goods!
Saturday November 19th at 8pm in Irazu
"Adapted from author David Nicholls' critically acclaimed novel of the same name, director Lone Scherfig's One Day stars Anne Hathaway as a principled working-class girl who forges a unique bond with a wealthy jet-setter that spans two decades. July 15, 1988: Emma (Hathaway) is about to enter the real world. An idealist from humble upbringings, she dreams of making the world a better place for everyone. On the night of her graduation, Emma meets Dexter (Jim Sturgess), a wealthy flirt without a care in the world. Dexter is also graduating, though unlike Emma he looks forward to a future of comfort and privilege. By checking back with Emma and Dexter every July 15th for the next 20 years, we experience their happiness, hardships, and heartache as they strive to live out their dreams, and find meaning in a world that's constantly changing"
Thursday night at 11:00 in Irazu come enjoy the incredible musical talents of Sweet Signitures, Elon's only all-female acapella group! They'll be performing covers of popular songs completely with their voices. It'll be a fun and exciting show so don't miss out! And as always for Midnight Meals, there will be free food provided through Aramark for everyone starting at 11!
Couldn't come see comedian Sarah Colonna perform last month? Now's your chance to see another female comedian perform for FREE! Tracey Ashley! She was nominated in 2008 by Campus Activities Magazine as Best Female Performer...so everyone should come out to see her!
The show is this Friday Nov. 4, 2011 at 8 p.m. in Irazu. This presentation is a part of the monthly comedy series, SUBLaughs.
Want to learn more about Tracey Ashley? Visit http://traceyashley.com/
"The Help" is a funny and entertaining movie that will captivate your attention. Emma Stone plays witty and nosy Skeeter who wants to help expose the mistreatment of hired maids in the South. This film will surely have you chuckling with your friends and it will shine light on how maids truly were treated in the South.
The movie will start at 7 p.m. in Irazu and be followed by a diversity discussion with the members of D.E.E.P. the Diversity Emerging Education Program. You'll be able to enjoy some great free food during the film and discussion as well provided by Aramark and SUB.
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