Summer E-board Elections

The last meeting of the semester is tomorrow night at 7:30 in 108 Snell Engineering. E-board elections for the summer will take place, followed by a NUHOC dining hall invasion! Bring your votes to the meeting and guest swipes to which ever dining hall gets the most votes on the facebook page.
Think this is a new world record or something. Bummed The Pretzel Man, Tommy Walnuts didn’t at least 270 out: https://vimeo.com/163396134

Jorts Jamboree!

Busy meeting tomorrow night at 7:30 in 108 Snell Engineering. First off we are holding the first ever JORTS JAMBOREE Potluck! Yes, you heard right, spring has sprung so it’s time to dig out your favorite pair of jorts and don them to the meeting. Bring some food along to share as well! While we marvel at each other’s denim we will also be voting for superlatives and nominating for summer E-Board.
In the spirit of Jorts Jamboree and Reggae Fest this weekend: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJKlT2_tF-I

Movie Night Tomorrow!

We have a very special meeting tomorrow night at 7:30 in 108 Snell Engineering with Kori Feener coming to show her film about hiking the Appalachian Trail as well as answering questions afterwards. Get your popcorn ready, invite your friends, and check out the trailer below!
https://vimeo.com/68550020

Meeting Tomorrow

Meeting tomorrow night at 7:30 in 108 Snell Engineering. We will be holding nominations for superlatives including NUHOCer of the Year and Chumbucket.
 
Tis the season for some classic Tucks carnage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ndBRKixtEU

Meeting Tomorrow

Meeting tomorrow night at 7:30 in 108 Snell Engineering. Come on by for a special presentation. Remember to fill out forms for Run of the Charles and bring in registration fees. Get ready to leave the alumni in our wakes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1GVYMVpYim8&feature=youtu.be

Meeting Tomorrow Night

Welcome back NUHOCers! Come tell us about your awesome spring break adventures at our meeting tomorrow night at 7:30 in 108 Snell Engineering. If you were stuck behind a desk all week at co-op then come hear about upcoming trips that’ll melt away your 9-5 blues.
 
In addition, alumni Tony and Marissa are going to give a presentation about a trip to Katahdin, the highest mountain in Maine. If you’re unfamiliar with the region, here’s a video to give you a sense of how unique and gnarly the terrain is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=01Y9vQwETws

Meeting Tomorrow

Meeting tomorrow night at 7:30 in 108 Snell Engineering. There will be a special presentation about climbing Denali, so be sure not to miss it!
 
This is how to properly send it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_GgVty0yOR0