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Winter Week 2015
The following events were part of Winter Week 2015. Check back later this fall for January 2016 events!
January 12 - 19, 2015
Monday, January 12 & Tuesday, January 13
9 a.m. –5 p.m., Shapiro Campus Center Atrium
Find the perfect poster to decorate your room and make it feel like home! From music to movies to art, Beyond the Wall is sure to have a poster to add extra personality to your home away from home!
Thursday, January 15
9:30 p.m., The Stein
Stay in from the cold to win some hot prizes! Bring your friends for everyone's favorite game! Prizes include a Hulu membership, board games, DVD & food packs, and more!
Friday, January 16
4–10 p.m., Shapiro Campus Center Atrium
The cold never bothered me anyway... and it can be fun too! Watch an ice scultor turn a block of ice into Frozen's Olaf, ride a mechanical snowboard, take ice-themed pictures, and enjoy a delicious hot chocolate bar.
At 8 p.m., head into the SCC Theater for a viewing of Disney's Frozen.
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 17
Dave and Ethan: Comedic Dating Coaches
8 p.m., Shapiro Campus Center Theater
Youtube sensations Dave and Ethan are dating experts, who have mastered the arts of planning and budgeting the perfect evening, selecting the appropriate attire, avoiding awkward conversation, and of course, scoring a kiss at the end of the night. With Brandeis’ own Boris’ Kitchen opening, this is an event you won’t want to miss. Get your free tickets at Brandeis Tickets in the SCC Atrium.
Sunday, January 18
Winter Involvement Fair
1–3 p.m., Shapiro Campus Center
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 19
Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Interfaith Service
10 a.m.–3:30 p.m., Levin Ballroom (Usdan)
Reflect on the life and work of Martin Luther King, Jr., pack meals for food pantries, and enjoy a social justice and education-themed fair. Sponsored by Interfaith Chaplaincy and Waltham Group, in partnership with Youth Lead, Cooperative Metropolitan Ministries, and Mass Service Alliance.
Monday, January 19
MLK Jr. Memorial: "The King in Us All"
7 p.m., Shapiro Campus Center Theater
When a dream is manifested, its hope realized, and its positive affect on people is unavoidable, we must hold ourselves accountable for that dream was given to be shared with the world.In memorializing Dr. King and his dream, we must respond to the call to harmoniously affect the world for the better.