This time of year most students are focused on meeting new friends, joining new activitiesand upcoming classes. Thoughts of the past easily drift away while future exploits receive the most attention. But as you busy yourself with the new semester, pause a moment to remember the famous writer, Lu Xun, who would have celebrated his 124th birthday today.
In commemoration of this great man’s life, the Book Club has organized a guest speaker from Peking University to come speak to students about some of Lu Xun’s unpublished memoirs. The lecture will be in Classroom 204 in the main building, starting at 7:00 pm.
Such an academic lecture might not seem like the most appealing way to spend a Friday evening, but it promises to be an evening that will both entertain and inform even the most seasoned students of Chinese history.
Children’s Day is coming! To truly show your care for the next generation, students should use this Children’s Day to make a lasting gift -- a donation to Project Hope in their honor.
As college students, we understand the value of education and the positive impact it can have on a person's future by increasing marketable job skills and earning power. Unfortunately, many children who have postponed their school plans to get jobs to support their families are unable to afford the expense of education today. With your support, Project Hope can continue to give deserving children the chance to strengthen themselves, their families and their communities through education.
To make a Children’s Day donation or for more information about Project Hope, check out our Web site at www.projecthope.com or you can contact the student union by the number 010-36227711
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