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Happy Geoween Geographers, 

Hope you find some time this weekend to destress from midterms and dress in your scariest geography themed costumes (Hanibal Vector? Harry Plotter...?). 





  1. Travel MUGS Apartment Crawl
  2. Tea & Cookies & Pumpkin Carving(!!)
  3. ENVI/ArcMap Tutorials
  4. MUGS/MESS Ski Trip
  5. Paid Internship Opportunity
  6. Mildly Interesting Map of the Week



1. MUGS Apartment crawl!!

The Geography Apartment Crawl is back this year, and will be an event to to remember! All the information for this is up on the facebook event. We will be tabling today from 1-3 p.m., so be sure to bring your $10 (in Loonies if you're a true Canuck) and clear the mapple syrup out of that Canadian Tuxedo of yours!

2. Tea & Cookies & Pumpkin Carving!

So like every Monday, we're bringing you tea & cookies with the addition of pumpkin carving!! Come by the MUGS Lounge (BURN 305) and carve a geography themed pumpkin with some G.I-Friends! Hope to see you there at 10:30!



3. ENVI/ArcMap Workshops
Surprisingly the ArcMap and ENVI workshops I advertised last week didn't get a huge turn out on the polls, though i'm going to promote them again as GIS is truly a great part of Geography that's very employable (at least that's what I hear) so please find the time to fill out your available times in the doodle polls, and learn to be a G-I-Scientist :)

Getting started with ArcGIS:

Getting started with ENVI:



4. MUGS/MESS Ski Trip

Hit the slopes with MUGS and MESS from Jan. 6th to 8th at Mont. Sainte Anne! Check out the Facebook event for more information as well as the  poster entailing all cost and other information as well as the itinerary for this great outdoors weekend.



5. PAID Summer Internships!
That's right. Paid. Rake in that cash by working with the QLF (Quebec-Labrador Foundation) as part of the Global Leadership Network. If these buzz-words haven't convinced you yet, you're obviously playing hard to get and need to read up on it here, and here for more information on how to apply... Best of luck!




6. Mildly Interesting Map of the Week

The internet's become an integral part of almost everyone's life, though has no geographic space (doesn't that just grind your gears?). A sympathetic geographer has made a map that shows what the internet could look like if it were mapped, check it out! (might wanna click it to be able to zoom in and browse it)


That's a wrap! 

Wishing you all a spook-tacular time this weekend, and if you're not celebrating and studying for your midterms... those are much scarier, so you really are celebrating Halloween to a whole new level. Until next week!

Noé Schultz
VP Communications
McGill Undergraduate Geography Society 


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