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  Check Out This Week's Featured Events

UNCW events are open and accessible to all students, but if you need additional
accommodation please contact the sponsoring office prior to the event.

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16th Annual Halloween Carnival for Kids

Wednesday, October 29th

5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Trask Coliseum

FREE

 

UNCW student organizations and individual volunteers will hand

out candy and facilitate games and crafts for children age 12 and

under (children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian

throughout the event). Come out and join us for this great event!

RSVP is not required.

 

Brought to you by the Office of Student Leadership and Engagement

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Hawks for Hunger
 

Join PHIL and support UNCW with a gift of any size to the area of campus important to you. For every new student and alumni gift donated in November, UNCW Campus Dining Feast Down East
and the Food Bank will provide one meal to a local family in need.

Donate before November 7th and receive a fast pass to

Wagsgiving!

For more information click HERE

 

Brought to you by PHIL

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Music in Lumina Theater

Wednesday, October 29

7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

FREE for Everyone

 

Come experience great works of music on the fabulous, exquisite,

state-of-the-art, high fidelity sound system of the Lumina Theater.

The two-hour show will feature a wide variety of music for all to

enjoy!

 

Hosted by Professor Don Habibi of the Philosophy & Religion

Department.

 

Brought to you by the Philosophy and Religion Department

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Bike & Board

Thursday, October 30

10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

University Commons Amphitheater

FREE

 

Come out and get a FREE tune-up on your bike or skateboard from

Bike Cycles and 17th Street Surf Shop!

 

Brought to you by PERCH

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Dr. Matthew Johnson

Thursday, October 30

3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Cameron Hall, Rm 105

 

Dr. Matthew Johnson from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine will

be presenting some of his research on how psilocybin (magic

mushrooms) influences mystical experiences, and some therapeutic

applications for those with drug addiction and depression.

 

Brought to you by the UNCW Psychology, Nursing, and Philosophy and Religion Departments

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Ebola: Sharing the Facts, Not the Hysteria

Thursday, October 30

4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

McNeill Hall, Rm 1005

Free and Open to All

                      
Forum panelists are: 

David Rice, New Hanover County Health Director
Valita Quattlebaum, New Hanover County Schools
Dr. Paul Kamitsuka, NHRMC Epidemiologist
Dr. Richard Trotta, VA Medical Center
Dr. Randy Cottrell, UNCW Public Health Studies Pr
Katrin Wesner, UNCW Student Health Center
Jon Evans, Anchor, WECT News (Moderator)

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Student Forum for Chancellor's Search

Thursday, October 30

6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Lumina Theater

 

Students are encouraged to attend this forum to offer input on the skills and abilities they want to see in the university’s next chancellor.

Brought to you by Chancellor's Search Committee

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Halloween Mini Marathon

Friday, October 31

Lumina Theater

FREE for Everyone

 

Beetlejuice
1:00 p.m.

A recently deceased couple haunts the house they spent years to put

together, but when new residents move in, they find that keeping

everything the way you'd like it is difficult when you are a ghost.

They enlist the help of Beetlejuice to drive the owners out of the

house forever.

Scream
3:00 p.m.

A group of young teenagers find themselves using the rules of classic

horror movies to their advantage as they are hunted by a masked

killer.

The Exorcist
5:15 p.m.

When a young girl becomes possessed by a malevolent entity, her

mother enlists the help of two priests to try and save her soul.

 

Tickets will be available an hour before showtime in Sharky's Box

Office.

Brought to you by ACE

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The Immigrant

Saturday, November 1

7:00 p.m.

Lumina Theater

FREE for Everyone!

 

Ewa comes to America with nothing more than her sister and the

hopes of a promised land, but when her sister is quarantined for

tuberculosis and she is threatened with deportation, a charming yet

troubled pimp named Bruno comes to her rescue and gets her into

the country. As the weeks go by and Bruno demands more of Ewa,

she discovers how difficult it really is to achieve the American

dream.

 

Tickets will be available an hour before showtime in Sharky's Box

Office.

Brought to you by Ace

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Law School Day

Monday, November 3

10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Warwick Center

A panel of law school representatives will discuss and answer

questions about how to be a competitive applicant for law school

and other practical insights for students interested in law school.

Law Panel: 10 am - 11 am

Law School Fair: 11 am - 1 pm
 

Brought to you by the Career Center

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Synergy Keynote: Ernest Cline

Monday, November 3

7:00 p.m.

Burney Center

 

The author of the 2014-15 Synergy Common Reading book, Ready

Player One, Ernest Cline is no stranger to the world of technology

and video games. Self-described as the “Biggest Geek in History,”

Cline’s childhood centered around comic books and sci-fi novels,

Dungeons & Dragons and video arcades. A New York Times

bestseller, Ready Player One takes the reader on a thrilling ride

while providing a commentary on the relationship between

people and technology. The book is scheduled to be adapted into a

film. Additionally, Cline performs slam poetry, and his work is

featured on NPR and CBC Radio.

Tickets available through Sharky’s Box Office and Game Room or

etix.com.

 

Brought to you by Campus Life Arts and Programs

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2014 Study Abroad Fair

Wednesday, November 5

10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Burney Center

 

Stop by to check out over 500 programs, talk to past participants, meet

faculty members leading trips, and enter a raffle to win $500!

 

Brought to you by International Programs

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Announcements

-University Innovation Council Announcess New IdeaScale Campaign-

-Welcome to DubQuest 2014 -

-Study Abroad Info Sessions-

-University Learning Center Fall Hours-

-Senior Class Giving Campaign-

-Fall Certified Internship Program-

-Career Center's Express Lane-

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