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Borgeous at Temple Nightclub Modern Cinema: Werner Herzog and Ecstatic Truth, a film series at Phyllis Wattis Theater at SFMOMA 19th SF Independent Film Festival at The Roxie The Love Edition: Time After Time at Bindlestiff Studio Apres-Ski Open Bar at Origin SF Nightclub Hornblower Valentine’s Weekend Dinner Cruise at Pier 3 Matthew Dear (Ghostly / Spectral Sound) DJ Kicks Tour at Public Works V-Day Pop-Up with Ampersand Flowers and ARCN Jewelry at Rare Device The Lonely Hearts Club 2017 feat.Xxyyxx, Riton at 1015 Chinese New Year Festival and Parade in San Francisco Austra at Mezzanine Love Bites!While many are finding each other on or other library programs, I thought it would be helpful to dedicate an entire program to intentionally getting to know new people. The idea of “speed dating” is a scary one to most people, and it can seem very out of place at a library. Most swapped numbers with their new friends and many were already discussing future hangouts. The program was supposed to run from 2-4pm, but so many people wanted to stay afterwards to hang out with each other that I extended the program an extra hour. How to Make Sure Everyone Matches with Everyone: In regular speed dating the men sit on one side of the table and never move, while the women shift over one seat each time.But in that scenario, each person only matches with half of the attendees.People showing up late: It’s going to happen – and it’s okay!Have a name tag ready to hand them, and give a quick overview of how it works. You might have to shuffle the arrows around a bit to make it work, or add a trio station.In Wisconsin, Beloit College recently hosted its annual on-campus folk and blues festival—and nostalgic alumni watched remotely from home.From class reunions to networking, more and more universities are getting savvy at hosting virtual events. With text messages, Skype, and Snapchat taking over the way we talk to people, a good old-fashioned telephone call is delightful in its simplicity.
Although staff members screen queries, the caller asks the question live for everyone to hear.
That's the idea behind Community Phonecast, a live phone chat universities can host with thousands of alumni.
College presidents can discuss new strategies and visions, admissions professionals can engage with an incoming class, and faculty members can discuss breakthrough research results.
Noise: 30 new adults having exciting, nervous, get-to-know-you conversations is LOUD.
For this reason I would advise leaving some room between the tables.