Around Campus: March 10-16

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The top campus and city events from March 10-16 (Ryersonian file photo)

For the Leafs lover:
Cure your case of the Monday blues at the Ram in the Rye. The campus pub will show the Leafs playing the Ducks on their big screen TVs. Fill up on the nightly drink special and a pound of wings for $6.99. The puck drops at 10 p.m.

For the ambitious engineer:
Not sure what to expect in the engineering world once you graduate? From 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. this Tuesday, a handful of industry experts will be offering advice on how to make it as a working professional. 

The Stand Above the Rest Student Conference will feature speakers from Twitter, Google and the National Post at the Sears Atrium of the George Vari building.

For the LGBT artist:
See how four artists address queer issues from senior and contemporary perspectives this Tuesday. The opening exhibition of Generations of Queer will be held at OCAD University auditorium and feature a dialogue between three of the participating artists. The free event starts at 6:30 p.m.

For the bookworm:
Are your bookshelves looking a little bare? From March 13-15, the Toronto Reference Library at 789 Yonge St. will be hosting a clearance book sale. With prices ranging from 10 cents to 50 cents, you’ll have a full library of your own in no time.

For the Irishmen:
Get a head start on St. Patty’s Day by attending the Toronto St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Beginning at noon on the 16th, the parade starts at Bloor and St. George streets and ends at Nathan Philips Square. For more info on the route and float entries, click here.

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