time to drown my sorrows in ben & jerry’s
even though I have no bets on anything
I just want my bracket to be awesome and also GO HOOSIERS
Nov. 13, 2012
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Jamie Hyneman, special effects expert, inventor and popular co-host of Discovery Channel’s hit television series “MythBusters,” has received a 2012 Distinguished Alumni Award from the College of Arts and Sciences at Indiana University.
This week’s specials at The Cheshire Cafe, a student-run coffee shop in the basement of the dorm at IU that looks like Hogwarts. Let me tell you, the “Oh, he’s killed the dog. Again.” was the greatest drink to ever grace my taste buds. They win ALL THE AWESOME POINTS.
So glad I live at this dorm. <3
IU Bloomington is on there! GO HOOSIERS. <3
I am drawing up some ideas for the multifaith “pagan” club I am trying to start at my uni this semester. Right now most of what I have to work with is the activities we used to do in Silver Circle back in Penn State, namely:
- Group rituals
- Seminars on paths and practices
- A brief survey of a different God or Goddess each meeting
- Community outreach of some sort: We did free tarot readings back at PSU
- Discussions on “hot issues” in paganism(s)
- A library system for information sharing
- Possibly small groups within the large group for those practicing the same path
Does anyone have any other ideas or experiences in pagan clubs that really worked well? What kinds of things would you like to see in a pagan/heathen club in your uni?
Signal boosting! :D
Collins, often referred to as “that dorm that looks like Hogwarts,” has a lot to offer. They have one of the best food courts on campus (with tons of vegan/vegetarian options), and they have a really comfy lounge for studying. They also host lots of cool events throughout the year, like Lord of the Rings marathons, Harry Potter Week, and Nutellafest (which is exactly what it sounds like).