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We're halfway there. Only two months untill summer vacation. But let's not get ahead of ourselves here, make sure you start spring break off right first.
Thursday: If you're just beginning here at UNH, you may want to check out the info session for Sigma Tau Delta. The English honor society will give you a great heads up on jobs and look spiffy on a resume.
But because it is Thursday, and you're all thirtsy, head out to Newington to see Project X. Then come back to campus for some real ragers or hit up the bars one last time before you all venture to warmer places.
Friday: WXGR and ESL radio present The All Good Feel Good Collective at The Dover Brickhouse for $10. Both have a cool funky jazzy sound.
Or check out Dub Apocalyspe at The Stone Church for $10. These guys are from Boston and, despite the name, don't sound like dubstep. They've got a pretty sweet reggae-jazz feel goin' on too.
Saturday: If you work in the service industry, you're in luck! The Exchange in Portsmouth offers those who do 25% off their tab from 10pm to close. Not bad, I say. Not bad.
Since you'll be going to Portsmouth anyway, check out Burn This at The Music Hall right downtown. A play involving death, love, Manhattan, drugs, and that gay best friend, this is bound to be something you'll enjoy.
Sunday: Once you stumble out of bed, take a stroll to the field house for senior day at the gymnastics meet. These girls kill it. Why can't us ladies all be that flexible and graceful?
At 5pm The Stone Church is having a FREE art opening of Three Views of Country featuring Amy Delventhal, Kristin Dollhoff, and Liz Macchio.
Have a great vacation guys. Don't be stupid! We want you to come back from your exotic destinations safe and sound.
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