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College of Arts and Science 2019 Winter Events Guide released

Posted on 2019-01-04 in Students & Campus Life

The printed guide features details on more than 40 events hosted by the College of Arts and Science this winter.

Starting Jan. 8, the College of Arts and Science 2019 Winter Events Guide can be picked up from locations around the University of Saskatchewan campus and across Saskatoon.

The printed handbook features details on more than 40 lectures, exhibitions, concerts and other events hosted by the College of Arts and Science in Saskatoon this winter.

Free copies of the Winter Events Guide can be found at various offices on campus, including the main college office at room 235 in the Arts Building. The guide can also be picked up at libraries, book stores, coffee shops and information centres around the community.

This season’s featured events include Writing North: Cabin Fever, the Department of Philosophy’s popular lecture series Philosophy in the Community and the 2019 Arts and Science Book Club with author Katherena Vermette.

To browse upcoming events, visit the college events website or download a PDF version of the 2019 Winter Events Guide:



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