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Friday, April 13
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Some of these kids never lived a day in the 90s...

Another one in the books.

Welcome to Friday-- payday for most working adults but another opportunity for us to go out and spend the money we don't have! Perhaps the technical glitch that was Bollywood Bash signups at least saved you a few $$.

A lot to look forward to this weekend including 90s Party!
Today's your last opportunity to pick up your wristband in Gies Plaza during lunch. Read on for some 90s inspo to get you ready for the big night. We're so excited!

Brace yourselves... 

For some stormy skies. Today's high is 60°F (16°C) and thunderstorms are expected.

Pick your poison

  • Daily energy boost. Hear from the Energy Club for a Business/Technology of Energy seminar. This partnership with the McCormick School of Engineering consists of 8 sessions covering everything from the grid, oil and gas, renewables, and more. (12:15 p.m., 1420)
  • I got your back. Hear from Wil Lewis, Diversity & Inclusion executive at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, for a panel discussion on moving from allyship to advocacy. (12:15 p.m., 2110)
  • Under par. Join the KMC, Sports Business Club, and Golf Club, for a lunch with Harry Arnett of Callaway Golf. The talk will center around Callaway’s approach to Content Marketing, which is referred to as “The Constant Engagement Model” and served as the blueprint for how Callaway turned around the company. (12:15 p.m., 1110)
  • Cash or credit? Hear from a product manager at Square in San Francisco in this virtual presentation hosted by the Tech Club. (12:15 p.m.)

As if!

To inspire you for this weekend, we at Daybreak wanted to remind you of what a glorious decade the 90s really was with a list of entertainment from the 90s that are sure to instill nostalgia. Queue them up for your Friday inspiration and Saturday recovery day!

  • Clueless (1995): In addition to bold fashion, there are endless quality one-liners, and the added bonus of a pre-Apatow Paul Rudd.
  • The Big Lebowski (1998): A great excuse to watch many prestigious actors (Jeff Bridges, Steve BuscemiJulianne MoorePhilip Seymour Hoffman) act like buffoons for two hours under the direction of the Coen Brothers in top form. Doesn't always make a whole lot of sense, which is perhaps what also makes it brilliant?
  • The Fresh Prince of Bel Air (1990-1996): 'Nuff said:
  • Friends (1994-2004): As though this isn't already playing on your television...
  • Goosebumps (1993): This series by R.L. Stine is scary even as an "adult." 
  • Oh, the Places You'll Go! (1990): Weirdly applicable to both young children and MBAs.

Last but not least, consider this 90s playlist to get you psyched!

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