This week was a short meeting and so there is not much to be posted news wise.
Social news: We're waiting to hear from Fraser on quotes for costs, so until then we can't do much in regard to planning the social.
Radiothon: No one showed interest in the meeting and no one contacted us about it, so we will not be participating in the radiothon. It's that time of term anyways and everyone's busy, so it's understandable.
Rumor's Night: We are only selling tickets until Friday October 19th because the money is due on the 20th. So, please, if you would like to buy tickets contact Remi or myself via firstname.lastname@example.org, we're both on campus quite a bit and we have the tickets. They're $15.00 and we get half the proceeds and it'll be a fun night!
Shirt: We have decided that we will be putting "That's what she said" (in Latin) on a blue shirt. This idea has been popular for the past couple of years and will now finally be used!
Reminder: Tomorrow there is a special lecture in Eckhardt-Gramatte Hall from 1:30-2:30 pm. Dr. Kelly Olson will be presenting "Celluloid Cleopatras from 1899-2005," so don't miss out on this great opportunity to see a cool presentation on how Cleopatra has been portrayed in film (I unfortunately have to work).
Another cool event this week: Saturday, October 20th is National Archaeology Day! They will be having an Open Lab Day in 4C39 from 11am-4pm. It's a free event and open to everyone and you get to look at artifacts and "experience what it is like to excavate an archaeological site and to process and analyze artifacts (including ancient bones and tools). Materials from different excavations and displays of archaeology in action will be on exhibit for the public to view. A chance to indulge your inner Indiana Jones!"