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Winter Week 2014

Winter Week 2014

Every January, we welcome students back with a packed week of events to kick the year off on the right foot! See below for what winter 2014 brought!

January 13 - 20, 2014

Monday, January 13  & Tuesday, January 14
Poster Sale

Shapiro Campus Center Atrium
9 a.m. –5 p.m.

Come browse through the selection of contemporary art and fun posters and purchase one to freshen up your room.

Thursday, January 16
Bingowith ASL
Shapiro Campus Center Atrium
10 p.m.

This is not your grandmother’s BINGO!  Grab some friends and drop by for a chance to win lots of great prizes.

Friday, January 17
Laser Tag Battle
Shapiro Campus Center Atrium
7– 9 p.m.

Join the Department of Student Activities for an ultimate laser tag battle! Challenge your friends to a showdown in an interactive battleground. Who will win?


Saturday, January 18
Skating on the Frog Pond
Group leaves from T-lot
12:153:45 p.m.

Experience one of Boston's signature winter activities by skating on the Boston Common Frog Pond, an ice rink nestled in the heart of America's oldest public park! Purchase a $5 ticket (includes admission and skate rentals) at Brandeis Tickets in the SCC atrium.

Saturday, January 18
Live Band Karaoke

Shapiro Campus Center Atrium
9 p.m.–midnight

Sing your favorite songs to the tune of a live band! Co-sponsored with Student Events

Sunday, January 19
Winter Involvement Fair
Shapiro Campus Center
13 p.m.

Come wander through all of the rooms and offices of the Shapiro Campus Center and meet leaders from our clubs and organizations.  Involvement is the key to success – so get started!

Monday, January 20
MLK Jr. Memorial
Shapiro Campus Center Theater
6:30 p.m.; Doors open 6 p.m.

Brandeis University’s 9th Annual Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial: For the Love of A Dream! 

This event will feature our own Scholar-song bird Erica Barnett, Scholar-singer-songwriter-athlete and Brandeis Bridge Fellow Makalani Mak, along with Scholar-artists and celebrated dance juggernauts-The KAOS KIDS! And by popular demand we will have the return of the Emmy Award Winning Sean Fielder and the Boston Tap Company. The keynote couplet for the evening will be the duo of Freedom Activists, Assistant to Dr. King and Musicians, ...humbly we present Mr. And Mrs. Hubert and Jane Sapp. Dr. King will reengage our lives through the very capable and encore embodiment of the delivery of his words through Scholar-Motivator and Social Change Agent, Mr. Jermaine Hamilton.

The evening's festivities will be hosted by 

Chad Williams, Ph.D.
Chair of the African and Afro-American Studies Dept.

Sponsored by MLK Scholars and Friends, the Division of Student Affairs and the Office of Communications.