The Folklore and Ethnomusicology Student Association is having a Career Night, that we think would be an appropriate place to meet other students in “indirect path” majors (like AAADS, AAST, GNDR and LATS)-that’s the theme the students chose for the event. Do your parents constantly ask you how you’re going to get a job as an anthropology major? Do you have friends that question a knowledge of syntax will help when you end up working in an office? The members of FESA (Folklore & Ethnomusicology Student Association) understand where you’re coming from. That is why we invite you to join us for a Career Night. We will have one of the great staff members of the Career Development Center on hand to give a presentation and answer questions, along with alumni of our department who are using their majors in interesting and unique ways. Also, we’ll have refreshments! This event is sure to be beneficial, and a lot of fun! So, come and see us on Wednesday, March 20th. The presentation will start at 6:30 PM in the Folklore Building at 510 N Fess (1.5 blocks North of Mathers Museum, and 1 block West of Collins LLC).