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Friday, March 1st

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Mar 1 10:00 am UCF Women's Club 4th Annual Clothing Sale Tuskawilla Presbyterian Church
Find unique, new and gently-used bargain clothing items and accessories at amazing, affordabel prices. Come early, shop hard and score big! Friday, March 1, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, March 2, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. UCF Women's Club Annual Clothing Sale benefits scholarships at UCF.
Mar 1 11:00 am Oral Communication in Academia Series: Visual Aids Colbourn Hall (CNH)
Visual aids can be a helpful resource in conveying and clarifying messages. They can also distract and hinder communication. We will familiarize ourselves with several types of visual aids. Take away some best practices for using visual aids. Please RSVP by registering here: http://www.admin.graduate.ucf.edu/surveyASP/TakeSurvey.asp?SurveyID=52Hn57MLm5l5G
Mar 1 12:00 pm Anxiety 101 Counseling Center (COUN)
This drop-in workshop helps students develop skills in coping with anxious thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Students will learn about myths and realities of anxiety and develop practical skills that they can use. This is a recurring workshop on Fridays 12:00 - 1:00 pm during spring semester. Beginning February 15; ending April 19.
Mar 1 01:00 pm SGA Presidential Election Information Session Student Union (STUN)
Interested is becoming the next President/Vice President of your Student Government Association? UCF's SGA has been active for 44 years and now oversees an 18.8 million dollar budget. If you are thinking about running in the Spring 2013 Presidential Election you must attend one information session hosted by the SGA Election Commission. Students who are interested in campaigning during the Spring Election are also highly encouraged to attend. The Election Commission will be covering the requirements to become SGA President/Vice President, important dates, what to expect during the election period, and all rules and regulations according to the SGA Election Statutes. For more information please visit www.ucfsga.com/elections.
Mar 1 04:00 pm North American Saxophone Alliance Region 6 Conference Performing Arts Center
UCF will host the 2013 North American Saxophone Alliance Region 6 Conference. Activities include clinics and performances from special guest Lynn Klock, Professor of Saxophone at the University of Massachusetts. Interested participants should bring their instruments for a saxophone ensemble reading session. For more information and participant registration, visit the Conference website: http://music.cah.ucf.edu/nasa/
Mar 1 04:00 pm UCF vs. Villanova Softball Stadium (SBS)
(UCF Spring Fling)
Mar 1 06:00 pm COUPLES CAFE MFRI UCF Main Campus
Discover ways to enhance your relationship and intimacy. Learn your love language, and explore how to keep the butterflies alive in your relationship. Combine your love language with practical ways to express your love! This workshop will focus on assisting couples to understand each other’s unique needs and “speak” each other’s love language using the Five Love Languages* model which include: Words of Affirmation, Quality time, Gifts, Act of Services, and Physical Touch. • MUST be at least 18 years old to participate. Space is limited, call 407.823.1748 to reserve yours. *The Five Love Languages by Gary D. Chapman is property of Northfield Publishing.
Mar 1 06:30 pm UCF vs. Winthrop No Location
Mar 1 06:30 pm UCF vs. Ole Miss Softball Stadium (SBS)
(UCF Spring Fling)
Mar 1 07:00 pm Above The Planet Through A Microscope Center for Emerging Media
The Center for Emerging Media is pleased to announce another exceptional exhibition coming in March. In this exhibit Carla is combining some of her newest paintings and drawings with some older works including her visual book, "The Devil At The Door" and her animated short film, " Carnival Daring-Do 'Featuring the Floating Apparitions' ". The installation is made up of a variety of different but interconnected works in painting, drawing and mixed media arranged to suggest a visual dialog between the works. The opening reception will be held March 1st, 2013 at the Center for Emerging Media 500 W. Livingston St. Orlando, FL 32801 from 7 -9 pm.
Mar 1 08:00 pm Othello Orlando Shakespeare Theater
$12 student tickets half hour before the show/ $10 off all advanced tickets – Othello, a celebrated general, yet an outsider, defies social convention and marries Desdemona, a Venetian aristocrat. Enter Othello’s most trusted lieutenant, the “honest” Iago, who nurses a vengeful hate for his commander. As Iago draws Othello and the audience into a spider web of half-truths, scandal is fueled – families and friendships destroyed – until a “trifle light as air” tragically unravels them all.
Mar 1 08:00 pm The Odyssey Orlando Shakespeare Theater
Acclaimed solo artist Charlie Bethel (Beowulf) re-imagines Homer’s famous myth in a faithful yet utterly accessible format for those who slept through Greek Lit. Voyage across land and sea, through the underworld, to the top of Mt. Olympus with the brave and courageous hero, Odysseus, as he valiantly seeks his homeland and the arms of his wife and child. You’re sure to recognize yourself in this sometimes comic, often harrowing, but always thrilling, epic adventure.
Mar 1 08:00 pm Theatre UCF presents "Eurydice" Theater (TH)
The myth of a modern day Orpheus is haunting when retold through the eyes of his beloved wife Eurydice.

Ongoing Events:

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Feb 28 12:00 am—Mar 1 12:00 am International Society for the Social Sciences Conference (ISSS) Fairwinds Alumni Center (FAC)
With scholarly presentations and practical teaching workshops on various social studies related topics from prominent experts, the ISSS conference provides a platform for all educators to engage in rich dialogue about the social studies. For university faculty, teacher educators, curriculum specialists, social studies department leaders, undergraduate and graduate students, as well as P-12 teachers, the conference features presentations that appeal to all. The ISSS conference has featured presenters from across the United States as well as across the world. The conference has featured numerous presenters from Portugal, Canada, India, Malaysia, Australia, Thailand, South Korea, China, Nigeria, and a host of other countries presenting on various social studies topics.

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