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shameless promos

Posted by Jonathan Chant on 22:58, March 13, 2007

phantomSo, just as the title indicates, I’m going to shamelessly promote some up coming events. But before that, for those who care, a little update with the happenings of this lazy student.

So, in the past 2 months, I’ve been cut for cancer, saw a phantom terrorize an opera house, saw/listened to Switchfoot at Kool Haus (check out the vids here), retreated with a fellowship, given up meat & seafood for lent, started teaching swimming lessons again for the first time in 5 years, visted some friends in ‘loo, started some cool business courses, had dinner with a friend from Brazil, started tutoring again with the Meds, hair?winterliscioused it up at La Maquette, saw the Canadiens (unfortuantely) lose at the ACC, and been trying to get into a regular routine now that I have less class. Hmmm…looking back, looks like I had some good times. :) So, what’s next? Hilarities at Skule Nite 0T7, CCF elections, find a summer job, launch Acting on AIDS, Unity in Diversty, become a shadow for a skit on Easter Sunday, finish up my design project, vacation with the fam to Vancouver & Alaska, figure out what to do with my life. :)

Now, onto the promos:

Come to UTCCF’s coffehouse: Unity in Diversity! This Friday at 6:30 pm at the Buttery. Food, music, friends, dancing plus thelaunching of Acting on AIDS! It’s going to be a great night!

Also, come to the first Acting on AIDS workshop at U of T! If you read my Urbana blogs, you may remember me mentioning about how we should be the generation that ends the AIDS pandemic. So, here at U of T, the first Acting on AIDS chapter is starting. We’re having speakers come in from World Vision to share what’s going on in the world with respect to AIDS and what you can do. Come out, learn, and be challenged to act justly. Join the movement! Tuesday, March 20 at 6 pm in the Bahen centre, room 2155.

Ending off today with some hilarities. Probably not what Jesus meant by “turn the other the cheek,” but funny nonetheless. *profanity warning*

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