It's time for your final two-a-day update! Celebrate!
WHAT A WEEK TO BE ALIVE!
I hope that you have all had a great time so far with e-Week. And hope you are as excited as I am for the grand finale of these contest!
Now onto our Friday events:
Blood Drive: Hope you've been saving your blood up cuz now is the time to give it away! The blood drive will be in front of the Old Engineering building from 9am-2:15pm. There was a registration for the drive, but it seems to have maxed out. Have no fear however, if you want to just show up, because they may just want those blood cells from you anyway :)
Assembly Scramble: This contest will be from 10am-12pm at the AME courtyard. Looking for helpers! Sign up here! I IMAGINE (not guarantee) that the event will not last the full two hours. I will PROBABLY end before Probability begins (ya see what I did there? (sorry, I'm DEVIATING from the topic now (don't be MEAN now, I'm just having fun with puns) ) )
Lego Communications: 5-6pm at Engr 214. Person one holds the instructions and talks, person two holds the blocks, listens, and builds. I was originally signed up but I want someone else to have the fun instead. SOMEBODY, who can join John H. tomorrow in this lego-ninja-skills adventure? EMAIL ME OR SIGN UP ASAP!
Salsa Night: Chips. Salsa. Salsa Dancing. Networking. Dancing salsa while holding chips covered in salsa. Join us as we attend this event from 6-8pm at the engineering courtyard!
Penny War: Pennies=positive points to club; everything else=negative points to other clubs. Thank you all for beginning your donations! It's great to be in a club of charitable givers :) Try to bring your donations to the lounge no later than 4pmtomorrow!
Canned Food Drive: A thank you to our food donors as well! Try to bring your donation to the lounge no later than 4pmtomorrow as well!
And finally, onto Saturday, the last day of e-Week.
Join us at the Theta Tau House from 5-7pm Saturday Feb 25th as we celebrate our engineering clubs on campus! They will announce how we placed overall in this ceremony.
A final note about sportsmanship:
Ahh yes, this is often mentioned to remind one to be fair, respectful and kind to opponents in losing situations, but is not as frequently mentioned in winning situations albeit it is just as applicable. Anything can happen in the next few hours. Just remember to be courteous and respectful to other chapters regardless of our placement. And live above the influence if you see opposite behavior to this. You're a champ. We're all people. Remember that.
Here's how we're doing as of now!
I'M PROUD OF YOU, ASCE! Have a great night, y'all!
External Vice President
American Society of Civil Engineers Student Chapter
University of Arizona