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Free Food, Stuff and a Movie

The IEEE and the Ferris Reel Film Society are co-hosting a screening of District 9 in Lerner cinema at 10 PM, preceded by free pizza, subs and free IEEE t-shirts, bags, electronics and more EE things at 9:15 PM in the piano lounge. The movie’s free if you’re an EE student. If not, you’ll have to buy your tickets online for $3.

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7 Comments

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous if only that movie DIDN”T SUCK!, though sounds like fun if it was a good movie

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous are there still tickets?

  • IEEE Board member says:

    @IEEE Board member There are plenty

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous It was awesome~!

  • whatever says:

    @whatever happened to ferris reel?

    1. IEEE Board Member says:

      @IEEE Board Member The event was hosted jointly by Ferris Reel and IEEE.

  • lame lame says:

    @lame lame This is the lamest piece of price discrimination to date on campus.

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