Curious about engineering?
All high school girls are invited to join the University of Illinois Society of Women Engineers for IGED 2017!
There will be speakers, innovative activites, and an interactive design challenge. The event will be held Saturday, February 18th from 10am-3pm at
the Materials Science and Engineering Building 1304 W Green Street, Urbana, Il 61801. The cost is $5, but that covers lunch and a t-shirt!
Register by Feb 9th on the SWE UIUC Website. Read more about Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day @ SWE UIUC
Lots of people create New Year's Resolutions in January. And, I know you'll be shocked, but we suggest you think about taking part in the Library's Winter Reading Challenge as part of your resolution. It started on December 21st and a couple people have already finished it! It lasts until February 28 Read more about The Library Challenges You!
Retold Russian fairy tales are becoming vogue. They're generally darker than Disneyfied Brothers' Grimm stories, so when I heard about one with unusually long nights, living dolls, and Baba Yaga running a convience store and chopping the heads off shop lifters, I was sold. Read more about Vassa in the Night (Or Living Dolls are Sometimes NOT Creepy and Actually Friendly?)
Prom. No word can fill a high schooler with more dread or delight (or ennui if you don't care (ennui is totally a SAT word. You should look it up if you haven't. Also it's a cool word. I swear.)). The drama of whether to go, who's taking whom, and what to wear is unparalleled. Read more about If Prom was an 80s Action Movie