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OTG would like to welcome everyone back from Spring Break. Entering the doors of Rudolph shortly after a trip to Hawaii can be tough, and everyone is bracing for the week ahead. Here’s what everyone is working on:
First Years received the results of their leadership style analysis, told they were the least autocratic class in all 8 years this survey was done for the Jim Vlock building project. The analysis hints at the burgeoning hierarchy to form in their Building Project groups.
Second Years prepare their own field guide of architectural sights for Rome. Some compiled their field guides chronologically, others typologically, and the wise ones ordered by proximity to the best gelato in Rome. However, most will likely “forget” it at home in lieu of Google Maps and Italian Yelp.
Third years and Post Pros scrambling to finish portfolios for the career fair next week, all while secretly keeping close tabs of their classmates’ interviews. While some have expressed displeasure at a lacklustre selection, OTG advises the graduates to put on their best blazer and start knockin’ on doors.
Amidst the talk of portfolios and deadlines, all students are looking forward to a weekend of alcohol.
March 31 7:30PM to 12:00AM
If you’re hoping to extend your spring break, or simply looking to GTFO in a dating sense, there will be a YSOA + FES Mixer at The Trinity Bar & Restaurant, 157 Orange St on Thursday, starting at 7:30PM.
April 1-2 12PM to 6PM
MFA Open Studios 2017
The Yale School of Art hosts its annual graduate open studios featuring work from the departments of Graphic Design, Painting and Printmaking, Photography, and Sculpture. With Body Double: A Screening and Lecture by Bruce Hainley at 6PM on April 1.
Locations include: 1156 Chapel Street, 353 Crown Street and 32-36 Edgewood Avenue