Sunday Night Wrapup: Endeavor Soars, Emmys Tonight!

Be Well Week is in full drive here on the hilltop! From meditation to yoga and snatching free turkey burgers on Copley lawn, it’s safe to say that the first week has been a success! Whether you spent your attention on be(ing) well this week or keeping up with the increasing pace of coursework, here is the Sunday Night Wrapup to keep you up to date:

  • Endeavor officially concluded NASA’s thirty-year shuttle program by its flight as is toured over the Golden Gate Bridge and across the country. #spottheshuttle made it’s away around social media and over 5,000 people eagerly awaited it’s final descent in Los Angeles.
  • The Emmys are tonight, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel! Turn on your televisions or your live stream on computers around 5 pm to tune in. If you still don’t know who’s in the running, check out the complete list of nominations. Here’s to hoping your favorite shows win!
  • Protests ensue after the release of an anti-Islam film. The spokesman of the Prime Minister of Pakistan condemned the $100,000 bounty placed on the filmmaker. Due to current instability, US citizens are advised not to travel to Pakistan.
  •  With much anticipation “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” finally hit theaters this week! Though on limited release, overall positive reviews respond to Emma Watson’s American accent and Logan Lerman’s “socially inept” Charlie.

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