Daily Calendar

TODAY

 

PostSecretDavis exhibit

10a.m.to3p.m.

Griffin Lounge,MemorialUnion

Learn what secrets UC Davis students and staff are keeping at this awareness exhibit.Sponsored by Students Against Sexual Violence.

 

TODAY

 

PostSecretDavis exhibit

10a.m.to3p.m.

Griffin Lounge,MemorialUnion

Learn what secrets UC Davis students and staff are keeping at this awareness exhibit.Sponsored by Students Against Sexual Violence.

 

UC Davis Blood Drive

10a.m.to5p.m.

Freeborn Hall

Save a life and get a free pint of ice cream while you’re at it! Donating only takes about an hour,but the good karma vibes last all day.

 

Farmers Market

11a.m.to2:30p.m.

East Quad

Get fresh fruits,veggies and snacks at this convenient farmers market.

 

Deportation Teach-Out

Noon to1p.m.

Memorial Union patio

Hear community perspectives and voices on deportation policy.

 

Career advising for women

Noon to1p.m.

104North Hall

Still trying to figure out what to do with your major,career or life in general? Drop in and talk with an Internship andCareerCenter counselor.

 

Climate Change Policy talk

4to5:30p.m.

3001Plant and Environmental Sciences

Listen to speaker Andrew Altevogt,Climate Change Advisor Cal/EPA.This event is sponsored by the UC Davis John Muir Institute of the Environment.

 

Wellness Wednesday workshop

5to6p.m.

ARC Meeting Room3

Learn techniques used by sports psychologists to improve test performance and reduce anxiety!

 

Texas Hold’em Tournament

6to8p.m.

Silo Café & Pub

Tournament starts at6p.m.Seats fill up quickly,so come early! Be one of the top30players and be invited to play in the Tournament of Champions!

 

Karma Patrol meeting

7p.m.

King Lounge,MemorialUnion

Get involved with Whole Earth Festival by joining the Karma Patrol!

 

Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous meeting

7to8:30p.m.

UnitedMethodistChurch,1620Anderson Road

Program for individuals recovering from addictive eating,bulimia and under-eating based on the12steps of Alcoholics Anonymous.There are no dues,fees or weigh-ins.For more information,go to foodaddicts.org.

 

Make your own rolls

7to9p.m.

MU II

Watch a demo and learn to make your own rolled foods at this workshop,a part of Asian Pacific Culture Week.

 

The Comedy Show

7to9p.m.

Griffin Lounge

This free comedy show features Brendan Lynch,UCDalumnus Imran J.Khan and Joe Klocek,who will appear on Comedy Central’sLiveatGothamthis summer.

 

Love Lab8to10p.m.The Activities andRecreationCenterLearn more about safer sex practices and get10free condoms! Find out about upcoming events at the Love Lab.

 

THURSDAY

 

Post SecretDavis exhibit

10a.m.to3p.m.

Griffin Lounge,MemorialUnion

Learn what secrets UC Davis students and staff are keeping at this awareness exhibit.Sponsored by Students Against Sexual Violence.

 

UC Davis Blood Drive

10a.m.to5p.m.

Freeborn Hall

Save a life and get a free pint of ice cream while you’re at it! Donating only takes about an hour,but the good karma vibes last all day.

 

Jobs in communication panel

4:10p.m.

Memorial UnionDeCarli Room

Still not sure what to do with a degree in communication? Meet professionals from a range of industries and learn about internships!

 

Trivia night

5:30to7:30p.m.

Silo Café & Pub

Show off your knowledge of random factoids!

 

Math Café

6to8p.m.

Scholar’s Center Study Room,Surge IV

Get a good serving of mathematics at this weekly tutoring session with the Women’s Resources andResearchCenter.Women and men are both welcome.

 

Back Roads performances

7p.m.

Arena Theatre,Wright Hall

These two new worksare free of charge! El Camino del Diabloisa gothic western created by Victor Toman.Circuitous Route,created by Sara Zimmerman,is poetic physical theatre.

 

Habitat for Humanity meeting

7to8p.m.

2Wellman

Meet new folks and do a good deed by signing up for fundraisers and events at this community service club.

 

Ballroom dancing showcase

8p.m.

MainTheatre,Wright Hall

Do you loveSo You Think You Can Dance?” Check outSoul to Sole,Telemark Dance Troupe’s spring show.Tickets are$8at the door for students.

 

Dealing with family expectations workshop

Noon to2p.m.

MU II

Afraid your family will disown you if you don’t meet their expectations? Start heart to heart conversations to help realize your dreams without letting down your family.Part of Asian Pacific Culture Week.

 

Interviewingskills workshop

2:10to3p.m.

229South Hall

Worried about making a bad first impression when job hunting? Brush up on interview skills at this workshop.

 

UOP Speech-Language Pathology info night

6:10to7p.m.

1204Haring

Learn more about University of the Pacific’s speech-language pathology program.

 

Botany club meeting6:15p.m. 140Robbins This meetingwill feature a lecture on corn hybrid seed production by Dr.Mohammad Ghaffarzadehand a free plant raffle!

 

Lyrical Expressions:SKIM & Adriana Garcias

7to8:30p.m.

Griffin Lounge,MemorialUnion

This night of performances aims to raise awarenessof the DREAM Scholarship.

 

Book Club meeting

8to9p.m.

109Olson

DiscussThe Alchemist by Paulo Coehlo and help choose a book for next month’s meeting.

 

FRIDAY

 

Post SecretDavis exhibit

10a.m.to3p.m.

Griffin Lounge,MemorialUnion

Learn what secrets UC Davis students and staff are keeping at this awareness exhibit.Sponsored by Students Against Sexual Violence.

 

Chinese movement workshop

1to4p.m.

University Club

Learntraditionalexercisesto improve your health and happiness.RSVP to Professor Lynette Hunter atlhunter@ucdavis.edu.

 

Asian PacificCulture Night

7to10p.m.

Freeborn Hall

Watch traditional and contemporary performancesand the headline performance by hip-hopartist Koba.This event concludes Asian Pacific Culture Week.

 

Back Roads performances

7p.m.

Arena Theatre,Wright Hall

These two new worksare free of charge! El Camino del Diabloisa gothic western created by Victor Toman.Circuitous Route,created by Sara Zimmerman,is poetic physical theatre.

 

Dance Team showcase

7p.m.

Davis VeteransMemorial Center Theater

Watch UCD’s nationally ranked dance team perform! Tickets are$6for students and children,$10for general admission.

 

Documentary screening

7p.m.

1322Storer

WatchIn the Pit,a Mexican documentary.

 

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