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Literary Zine
Calling all Creatives! Causa Vitae, the Law School's literary zine, is seeking submissions. We are looking for artistic submissions of all kinds (photos, writing, audio, whatever your heart desires)! This semester's theme is Migration. We accept submissions in most languages. Email questions to [log in to unmask]. Submit anonymously or by name at by March 13th. 📓

Meal Swap
Do you always tell yourself you'll cook but then you find yourself at Chipotle week after week? Team Vitality is helping to facilitate a meal swap for students who are looking for a way to eat more nutritious home cooked meals in the new year! They will try to match responses on dietary preferences, allergies, and level of interest. Once they match groups, it is up to group members to connect and plan exactly how often they want to swap and the foods to make.

What is a meal swap? While each group can decide what it will mean for them, the inspiration is based on a program where each student in the group makes x number of the same meal (based on the number of students in the group). When the swap occurs, each student will get to take home one of each meal (x total).

Interested? You can sign up here, or reach out to us with any questions! 🍱

WBI Events

Weekly Yoga 
Mondays • 11:30am–12:00pm • Room 3 🧘

Non-Law Events

Curling & Purling*
2/20 • 4:00pm–6:00pm • Nicollet Mall

Restaurant Week

Free Play Snow Day*
2/29 • Three Rivers Park District

2/29 • 8:00am–2:00pm • RecWell

Happiness Workshop*
3/5 • 6:00pm–7:30pm • Webber Park Library

FeMNist Day 2020 (Workshops* and Night Market*)
3/6–3/7 • times and locations vary

Schubert Club International Artist Series: Daniil Trifonov ($5 for students)
3/10 • 7:30pm • Ordway Music Theater

Boynton In-Home Cooking Class*

*  free
† student discount
‡ free MetroTransit

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