Michelle R Morra

OH MY GOSH!!!  Did you see what SCOPE planned last week???  Toy Story 3 brought back Woody and Buzz, man their adventure was… Rob Rasner, he told this joke… Second Childhood made memories flow back… At Who Doesn’t Need Toilet Paper??? there was money… and at Beanhouse there was so much talent… Well I guess you just had to be there, but I’ll sum it up for you!!!

Let’s start from the beginning. Last week Film Committee brought Toy Story 3 to campus. Your favorite childhood friends, Woody, Buzz, Potato Head, and the rest of the gang were on the big screen in Bartels in what, sadly, is their last adventure.  The movie was filled with the best new and old sayings from our friends and maybe one of the saddest moments I have ever seen in a kid film.  This week, Film is bringing Jonah Hill and Russell Brand from Get Him to the Greek on Wednesday and Friday in Bartels at 9 p.m.

Weekend Programming had two great events this weekend: Rob Rasner the Magician and Second Childhood.  Rob Rasner was funny and involved the audience with his mind reading, which I will admit wasn’t that good, but it was funny. He showed us some great tricks.  Even yours truly participated and had her money burned, then brought back; it was impressive.

Second Childhood was also brought to campus.  They brought in inflatables, fun foods, and games; everyone there was living out their favorite childhood memories on the Moon Bounce and eating snow cones. This weekend they are bringing Mini Golf to the Alumni Lounge from 7-11p.m. on Friday and on Saturday they are taking students to Six Flags, with the bus leaving at 8 a.m.

The beginning of the week was busy as well.  Day Programming had “Who Doesn’t Need Toilet Paper???,” the cash cube event where students tried to grab as much money as they could in 15 seconds to win prizes, such as a printer, ihome, lamps, of course toilet paper, and more.  For 15 seconds, students looked sort of ridiculous but it was for a worthy cause….FREE STUFF!!! Then on Tuesday, we held our monthly open mike night, Beanhouse.  There were some really good singers, guitar players, and sometimes both.  Even those that didn’t perform had a great time listening to UNH’s talent; it was great time all around.

An event still to come this week is Comedian Marcus on Thursday, September 16 in Dodds, starting at 8 p.m.  So basically….there are more great times to come!!!