Save the Date

 

Compiled by Leah Ching, Staff Writer.

 

November 11th: Remembrance Day Ceremony

From 10:45 am to 11:15 am, Lakehead and members of the local community are invited to the University’s Remembrance Day Service, held in the Agora. Sister Alice Greer can be contacted at agreer@lakeheadu.ca for more information.

 

November 12th: Northern SPARK Networking Event

From 4 – 6 pm in the Study Coffeehouse join the Economic Development and Innovation Office (EDI) for an evening of networking and learning about research and innovation. Attendees will hear from faculty and students about research ventures that are currently evolving at Lakehead, as well as listen to five-minute success stories of projects, innovations, and research ventures from members of the University community. Attendees can look forward to connecting with peers, complimentary appetizers and, prizes.

 

November 12: Free Public Film Screening – Love in Our Own Time

From 7—9 pm at the Airlane Hotel and Conference Centre, there will be a free showing of Love in Our Own Time, a film that explores “the big things in life – birth, love, and death – illustrating the immensity of what it is to exist: to live, to love, and to die.” Light snacks will be provided for attendees, and a brief discussion period will be held afterward.

 

November 14th and 15th – Art and Fine Craft Show

Visit the Valhalla Inn from 10 am – 5 pm on Saturday, and 10 am – 5:00 pm on Sunday for an arts and fine craft show put on by a collective of artisans of the Northwest. This is a great chance to get Christmas shopping done early at the fortieth annual iteration of this event. Featured will be an array of vendors, free admission and door prizes to be won.

 

November 16th and 23rd: Grad School Seminars

Put on by Lakehead University administration, these two seminars are the final two in a three-part special seminar series for students thinking about a future in Graduate studies. The presentations will be on writing a curriculum vitae and writing a statement of intent, respectively. Both run from 4 – 5 pm in AT 5041.

 

November 16th: “How to Survive Exams: Tips, Tricks, and Being Prepared”

Join the History Peer Mentorship program for a workshop on handling exam stress at 6:30 pm in RB 3049. Learn practical tips and strategies to handle the upcoming exam period in a workshop designed for students, and presented by students.