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Burst Your Bubble

Monday, March 9 – Thursday, March 12

Various locations in Montreal and on campus

The Social Equity and Diversity Education office’s second installment of Burst Your Bubble includes a series of community centre visits and walking tours hosted by community groups. Email equity.diversity@mcgill.ca to RSVP and for more info. All events are free.

Responses to Climate Change Panel Discussion

Monday March 9, 5:30 p.m

Leacock 232, 855 Sherbrooke O.

Greening McGill and the Science Undergraduate Society host a panel discussion on responses to climate change from a cross-disciplinary perspective. The event is part of a week-long series of green-themed events. Free.

Eat for a cause

Monday, March 9, 7 p.m.

Breads of India, 2027 St. Laurent

The Ashraya Initiative for Children invites you to enjoy delicious Indian cuisine. Proceeds go to a home for street children in Pune, India. Tickets are $15 and available at the door.

Party Without Borders

TNT Concept Rock, 10 p.m.

1433 Cresent, 2nd floor

Engineers without Borders is raising money to send their volunteers overseas on international projects. Come dance it up with them and No Gravity Hip Hop Dance Crew for a worthy cause. Tickets are $8.

Rethink Your Curriculum

Deadline is March 13

The Sustainable McGill Project is taking inventory of the status of sustainability in undergrad curriculums. Submit 250 words evaluating your department’s performance with suggestions for the future, and win one of the 110 prices of $50. Send your brilliant solutions or questions to rethink2009@gmail.com.

Green Week movie sceening

Thursday, March 12, 3 – 4:30 p.m.

Lev Buckman Room, 2nd floor Shatner Building, 3480 McTavish

Green Week promotes greener living with a series of documentaries and films. See The World According to Monsanto Thursday. The screening is free and snacks will be served.

Send all the info for your non-for-profit happy event to news@mcgilldaily.com with “haps” in the subject line. Haps appear in the News section every Monday.


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