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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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Voter Registration Drive

Wednesday, September 17

9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Fisher Student Center (Across from the Bookstore)

 

In Honor of Constitution Day, Representatives will be available yo

answer questions, raise awareness and guide citizens through the

voter regisrtation process. We encourage eligible students, faculty

and staff members to bring a friend and stop by.

Make your vote your voice!

Brought to you by The Office of Scholarships & Financial Aid and the SOAR Ambassadors.

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Academic Majors and Minors Fair

Wednesday, September 17

11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Burney Center

FREE

 

Visit with reps from departments in Arts & Sciences, Cameron,

Watson, and Health & Human Services. Find out courses needed,

admission requirements, internships and career

options for academic majors and minors throughout campus.

Brought to you by the Career Center and University College

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An Evening with Molly Ringwald

Wednesday, September 17

7:00 p.m.

Kenan Auditorium

$5 for Students  $35 for General Public  $30 Special Rate

 

Film icon Molly Ringwald is celebrated for her acting work in

critically acclaimed, rite-of-passage movies. However, long before

she became a Golden Globe-nominated actress, Ringwald was

singing. She began performing with her father’s jazz band when she

was three and has never stopped. Now, she kicks off our exciting

season with her crowd-pleasing concert, “An Evening with Molly

Ringwald.” She returns to her roots as a singer, performing a

flavorsome arrangement of jazz songs from her album, Except

Sometimes

Brought to you by UNCW Presents

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Breaking Through Film and Panel Discussion

Wednesday, September 17

7:00 p.m.

Lumina Theater

 

Breaking Through: Out of the Closet, Into the Halls of Power

explores leadership through the LGBTQIA perspective. A panel

discussion will be held immediately after the film.

Panel guests include:

  •  Dr. Andrew Ryder, Assistant Professor of Higher Education- Watson College of Education

  • Timothy Wagnon, President- UNCW Pride

  • Dr. Rebecca Caldwell, Director of CARE and Crossroads- UNCW

  • Special Guest: Chris Sgro, Executive Director- EqualityNC

Brought to you by the Office of Student Leadership & Engagement and the LGBTQIA

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Contracorriente (Undertow)

Thursday, September 18

7:00 p.m.

Lumina Theater

FREE for Everyone

 

Miguel, a married fisherman living in a small, conservative village

off the coast of Peru, works hard to hide his love affair with another

man from the rest of the village. His lover soon drowns in a boating

accident, though, and Miguel wishes to find his remains and give

him a proper burial. By doing so, he risks revealing his secret and


being ostracized by the whole community and even his family.

Brought to you by ACE and Centro Hispano

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Hispanic Heritage Month Kick -Off Events

Friday, September 19

 

Amphitheater

11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Games, contests, and more! DJ Jan Checo mixing the best Latin

hits!


Salsa Fiesta @ Sundown

Warwick Center Ballroom

Doors Open at 7:00 p.m.

UNCW ID Required - Guests Check -in at door

Put on your dancing shoes and experience an unforgettable night

filled with hot salsa, merengue, bachata, reggaeton and cumbia

withOrquesta K'che.


Tuesday, September 23

UNCW Men's Soccer Game vs. Duke

7:00 p.m.

UNCW Soccer Stadium

UNCW Men’s Soccer will recognize, commemorate and celebrate the

Hispanic players, students, faculty and staff who attend and

contribute to our UNCW community.

Brought to you by Centro Hispano and ACE

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Edge of Tomorrow

Friday, September 19

7:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m.

Lumina Theater

$2 with UNCW ID  $4 for Non-students
 

Major William Cage is an armchair soldier who's never seen a day of

battle in the war between humans and this bizarre alien race called

Mimics. But after being forced into combat, he finds himself reliving

the same day over and over again. After teaming up with a strong-

willed female soldier who knows exactly what he's going through, he

learns that he may hold the key to saving Earth.

 

Tickets will be available in Sharky's Box Office next to Lumina Theater or

online at Etix.

Brought to you by ACE Films

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Life Itself

Saturday, September 20

7:00 p.m.

Lumina Theater

FREE w/UNCW ID  $4 for Non-Students
 

From producers Martin Scorsese and Steven Zaillian and renowned

filmmaker Steve James (Hoop Dreams) comes the life story of Roger

Ebert. From his early days as a screenwriter to his legacy as one of

the most famous film critics of all time, Ebert changed the way the

world looked at film. His is an inspiring tale about love, the movies,

and the only thing he loved more than movies: life itself.

Tickets will be available in Sharky's Box Office next to Lumina Theater or

online at Etix.

Brought to you by ACE Films

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Student vs. Food

Wednesday, September 24

5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Madeline Suites (next to Wag)

FREE

Discover healthy cooking tips and information! Free samples and

prizes!!

Brought to you by Health Promotion and Campus Dining

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