[opensource] Fwd: ArchE Week Activities
dietz.72 at osu.edu
Thu Apr 5 09:24:33 EDT 2007
ArchE week is next week, so be sure to check it out, it looks like alot of
fun. Also, I'm going to need some volunteers to help run the Halo 2
tournament, especially if you've done this sort of thing before. And also if
anyone might be willing to loan some xbox equipment for this event. I think
we still need another xbox with halo 2 and four controllers.
So if anyone can help me out with either equipment or assistance, please
email me. The kicker to helping is that you get to represent the OpenSource
and show off how awesome the opensource club really is.
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From: Katie Malone <osueweek at gmail.com>
Date: Apr 3, 2007 9:39 AM
Subject: ArchE Week Activities
To: COEUGENG at lists.acs.ohio-state.edu
Greetings architecture and engineering
students--ArchE Week is almost here again and
it's time to get ready for a weeklong party! Here
is the fun stuff you have to look forward to, and we hope to see you there!
Monday, April 9Movie Night in Knowlton 250 7-11 PM
Show up at any time during the night to catch
some quality cinema! Movies are Office Space and
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. Lots of food!
Tuesday, April 10Sports Night at ARC 6:30-10:30 PM
Register your team in advance for some friendly
basketball, soccer, or volleyball
Registration sheet attached to this email; just
fill out and return to Tim stockdale.33 at osu.edu
by Friday, April 6 with the names of your team
members. Up to 10 people each for volleyball and
soccer; up to 8 people for basketball. If you
only have part of a team, we can try to match you
with other players but can make no guarantees.
Teams must be at least 2/3
engineering/architecture students. Prizes for the
top teams at the end of the night!
Wednesday, April 11Games Night in Knowlton 8-11 PM
Ever wanted to beat your engineering friends in
Texas Hold 'Em, or play in a giant Halo
tournament with games being shown on the big
screens? Now's your chance! Great prizes for top
finishers; space in the poker and Halo
tournaments is limited so register in advance
(email your name to OSUEWeek at gmail.com) or
register on Wednesday night on a first come,
first serve basis. Competitors must bring
BuckID's in order to play, and must behave
according to posted tournament rules.
For the less competitive, there will be lots of
food, ping pong, and a guesstimation competition
against the faculty. Guess how many M&M's are in
the container; closest guesser wins a prize and
bragging rights and any strategy for figuring out
the answer is allowed as long as the M&M's do not
leave the designated area. Feel free to measure
the container, weigh it, or just plain guess!
Thursday, April 12Barbeque in front of SEL 5-7:30 PM
Lots and lots of food being grilled before your
very eyes; chips, pop, salad, and fun relaxing
outside with your friends. There will also be a
book toss, paper airplane toss, cornhole
tournament, and kool-aid pong! Stop by after
class and enjoy a break and some good food!
Friday, April 13E-Ball at Theta Tau House at 10 PM
Show up in your snazziest duds for the biggest
engineering party of the year. E-Ball is held at
the Theta Tau House, 1946 Indianola. Engineers
only please and bring your BuckID. After some
partying, stop across the street to Phi Sigma Rho and buy a brat!
T-Shirts will be on sale all next week in
Hitchcock 122; cost is $5. The design will be
very similar to the cool Archie Griffin logo on the giant banner in
Also, a big thanks to Mittal Steel and Coca-Cola
for their generous support in making ArchE Week possible.
Any questions, feel free to email OSUEWeek at gmail.com.
Hope to see you at the events! ArchE Week promises to be a blast!
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