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Friday, March 29th (link)
|Mar 29 12:00 pm||
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 29 12:00 pm||
Good Friday Observance
Student Union (STUN)
Please join us for a Good Friday Observance, March 29 at 12 noon. We will gather in the Student Union's Cape Florida ballroom (Section A) to hear Dr. Don Sweeting (president of Reformed Theological Seminary). This is a very special time of year so come and enjoy a time of reflection and encouragement with other faculty and staff. Please feel free to invite any of your colleagues and friends. For more information contact John Karraker (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Bryce Hagedorn (email@example.com).
|Mar 29 01:00 pm||
VUCF Presents: "Day Break of Fun"
Lake Claire Recreational Area
Volunteers get excited about crafts with the residents at the Day Break of Easter Seals Adult Day Health Care Facility specializing in Alzheimer and Dementia care. Carpool will meet at 11:45am in Lake Claire. RSVP with your name and NID to Renee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Mar 29 02:00 pm||
Break Into Fitness!
University of Central Florida’s Sport and Exercise Science Club is proud to partner with the Orange County Public Library to present a “FREE” fun filled Family Group Fitness experience! Enjoy the effects of a healthy body & healthy mind at the library on Friday, March 29, 2013 at 2:00 p.m.! Put your body in motion and partake in this fun filled group fitness Family event. Shift gears into a healthier and more active way of life! Summer is just around the corner, so start your engines and go full throttle into this family fun-filled event! All ages are welcome!!! The Sport and Exercise Science Club, cooperating with professional organizations, related fields, and our community, strives to be recognized as a national presence advancing the Sport and Exercise Science field, and the well-being of all people through participation, leadership, advocacy, and professional conduct in our professions. This event will be hosted by: Jennifer Pesarchick & Stephen McDonald. For more information regarding UCF’s Sports and Exercise Science Program, Please visit: http://education.ucf.edu/sportexscience/
|Mar 29 04:30 pm||
UCF Baseball Game: Free Shuttle Ride from Rosen
Rosen College of Hospitality Management
Take the free Friday Shuttle to the Orlando Campus on March 29th to enjoy the UCF VS Southern Miss Baseball game @ 6:30PM, Late Knights @ 8:00PM and the movie “TED” @ 9:00PM. *Last shuttle to depart from Rosen before the game is 4:30PM. The shuttle heading back to Rosen will meet outside of the UCF Arena and will depart from Main Campus at 11:30PM
|Mar 29 05:00 pm||
International Fashion Show-2013!
Student Union (SU) Pegasus Ballroom
Come join us for the most awaited fashion show of the year! The International Fashion Show showcases the rich cultures and fashions of the countries represented at UCF! We have free food from coming from all around the world! Performances, music and lots more!
|Mar 29 06:30 pm||UCF vs. Southern Miss No Location|
|Mar 29 08:00 pm||
Orlando Shakespeare Theater
$12 student tickets half hour before show/ $10 off all advanced tickets - Shocking, savage, and outrageously entertaining – Titus Andronicus is a cataclysmic cycle of revenge between the families of Titus, the great Roman general, and Tamora, the sadistic Queen of the Goths. Each of their barbarous and diabolical acts begets more brutal acts of retaliation. Theatrically vivid and surprisingly moving, Titus Andronicus is what a summer blockbuster would be if it were written by the world's great genius of language and theater.
|Mar 29 08:00 pm||
Theatre UCF presents "Spring Awakening"
A dynamic coming-of-age musical, the original "Spring Awakening" won eight Tony Awards, including Best Musical. Book and lyrics by Steven Sater; music by Duncan Sheik. This musical contains explicit language, mature themes, and rock music.