By Liz Yeiter | March 6, 2020
On February 28th, members of TWEET, along with their pals, left Euler at 9pm for an evening of archery and community at Perry’s Archery Center in Hartford City. The event was organized by TWEET’s cabinet in order to promote building connections between the men and women of second Euler, and members of TWEET were encouraged to invite someone they would like to get to know better.
It was a successful evening — about twenty people attended the event, and there were multiple students who scored a bullseye. More importantly, the event provided a time for busy computer science and engineering students to take a step back, slow down, and enjoy one another’s company.
Cabinet member Daisy Bell said, “I think the event went well, and everyone got to meet someone new!” Bell said that there is potential for more pick-a-pal events in the future, and she also talked about involving men in other future events since this integration was so successful.
This was the first TWEET event of the spring semester. TWEET meets every Friday from 5-6 in the conference room on the second floor of Euler. In addition, some upcoming events to look forward to include an alumna talk about her workplace experience post Taylor, a visit to a computer science/engineering company, and an end of year banquet.