So, it's that time of year again...patience seems to be wearing thin as you leaf through yet *another* reading and stare at yet *another* blank word document with that thing blinking and blinking and blinking.
So...take a break! Come hang out with us October 5 for P-Night!
That's right. Two great lectures from Dr. Hanks and one of the department's brand new hires, Dr. Wanderer! All that and pizza too! :)
Other things and stuff n'at coming up:
Tee-shirt order forms...coming soon
Conflict Kitchen: Haudenosaunee Confederacy event...coming in November
LA applications and dues due October 5 and October 22.
Halloween bake-sale and movie night "bonus" meeting (if anyone's interested)
Alright, I think that's about it for now.
PS: thanks to all who came to our study abroad night!
Thanks to everyone who came out to play Cards Against Anthropology with us at our meeting!
Some things to look forward to...
1. The Tee-Shirt Design Contest!
(submissions will be due on the day of our next meeting, Sept. 21).
2. Our next meeting: Study Abroad & Internship Night
(come talk to our fav admin of Pitt's Study Abroad Office, Brice Lynn and have the Q&A opportunity to talk to other students about internships/abroad experiences! this is the time to see how exactly to break it to the fam you wanna go to some remote island/"non-conventional" place to study abroad)
3. Be on the lookout: computer stickers.....
(we're working on them, I swear)
4. LA Applications in the near future
5. Halloween Bake Sale!
(message me if you're better in the kitchen than I am pls, @ Tori Maatta)
To those of you who ordered clothing,
All of the apparel is here in the advising office and ready for you to pick up at your earliest convenience! While no one will be in the office after Friday at 5PM, come see us in the office in January we will still have everything. If you have not yet paid, you must do this when you come pick things up.
Thanks and happy holidays,
It is that time of year again, elections are near. On November 19th at 8:30 PM in the Anthropology Lounge during the Pre-Thanksgiving Feast, we will choose this coming year's officers. You should have received an email about the process of running for office, just send us (email@example.com) a short paragraph about who you are and why you would be a great officer.
Please consider running for office, we think all of you are wonderful people and would do a great job!
If you have questions please ask them.
~The (Current) Officers
This year because October is great and has five weeks, we have decided to throw a Halloween party and what is a Halloween party without murder, mystery, and food. Join the Anthropology Club on October 29th at 8:30 PM in the lounge for an evening of intrigue and fun!
FYI! This event is by TICKET only, so you must come pick one up before the 29th in the Advising Office.
See you there...
Anthropology Club is registered as an official PMADD group this year. In case PMADD is a new phenomena for you, it is Pitt Make a Difference Day. This year it is on October 18th. You can spend the day/morning working outdoors with your fellow Anthropology Club mates helping out the local community. Giving back is great! You feel good and think about all the things you can learn about people by picking up trash...in case you need specific examples. See the attached file.
Come join us this Wednesday at 8:30 PM in the Lounge for our first cultural event of the semester. We are happy to announce that Dr. Allen will be joining us for a pottery "workshop" of sorts. There will be clay and fixings so you can make delightful ceramic things to take home! We hope to see you there.
We are happy to announce this semester we will welcome Dr. Giovas, the new visiting scholar to the Center for Comparative Archaeology, and Dr. McCarthy, a former graduate student at the University of Pittsburgh, for P-Night! I am sure they will have a great deal to profess and there will be pizza, so we hope to see you there. We will also hear briefly from Dr. Musante about an exciting opportunity for undergraduate students!
September 17th (Wednesday) at 8:30 in the Anthropology Lounge (3106)
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