Here’s what you have to look forward to around JMU this week (other than Groundhog Day) :
For National Eating Disorders Awareness Month UPB, SWO, and the sisters of Sigma Sigma Sigma are bringing speaker Stacey Prussman to campus this Monday. Stacey is a professional stand-up comedian, actress, and motivational speaker. Her presentation tells the personal story of her battle with eating disorders and how she struggled to overcome them. This presentation is brutally honest, with a sense of humor and discusses the media’s influence and the “smoke and mirrors” of magazines and TV.
Come check out the Tim Blane Band this Wednesday in TDU at 8 PM
Looking to show off your skills on the Massanutten slopes? Sign up with UREC to ski Thursday nights from 4:30 to 10:30 PM this winter at a special discount.
Help support the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank while enjoying the music of three amazing bands. Eta Sigma Gamma and UPB are bringing Cicero, The Chuck Shaffer Picture Show, and The Avenue to the Festival Ballroom. The event is this Thursday at 8 PM and admission is either 2 canned food items or $2.
From HBO’s Aspen Comedy Festival and Last Comic Standing, Michelle Buteau will be performing her stand up for free this Friday night as part of UPB’s Funny Freakin’ Friday Series. As usual the event is from 8-9 PM in TDU.
This week at Grafton:
The Men Who Stare At Goats