Around Campus: What to do Jan. 17-19

The Ram in the Rye, is a place where you can unwind, located at 63 Gould Street.

The Ram in the Rye, at 63 Gould St., is a place to unwind.

By: Bryan Sparrow

For the campus local:

Spend your Friday at the Ram in the Rye Pub Night. Until 2 a.m., DJ Mark Calderone will be spinning Motown, funk and soul tunes. Don’t miss the $7.50 fish & chips, or the newly introduced $13 domestic pitchers.

For the offbeat art admirer:

This Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m., Drunk Macbeth returns to the Tranzac Club at 292 Brunswick Ave. If you liked the original, you’ll love this version involving eight ounces of whiskey and a climactic sword fight. For this 19+ event, student tickets are $15 at the door.

For the sports fan:

Show your school spirit this Sunday by cheering on your Rams’ volleyball teams. At 4 p.m., the women’s team takes on the University of Ottawa, followed by the men’s game versus McMaster at 6. Free admission for students with their OneCard.


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