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Saturday, April 5th (link)
|Apr 5 09:00 am||
Career Services: OMGraduation
Career Services Experiential Learning CSEL)
Are you a senior and still not sure how to write a resume? Do you think getting a root canal sounds more appealing than going to a job interview? Have you always meant to come into Career Services but never was able to fit the time into your busy schedule? If you find yourself stressed out about any of these questions and more, OMGraduation is for you! OMGraduation is a free event hosted by Career Services, which will take place twice on Saturday, April 5th and 12th from 9-3:30. You can pick the day that works better for you! This program will cover everything from resume and cover letters, dining etiquette, networking, salary negotiation, and more! Get all the information you need to know before you graduate in one stop, during a time that is more convenient for your schedule. There will be activities, prizes, and free food so don’t miss out! Space is limited so please RSVP today! Choose the date that works for you, and RSVP at omgraduation2014.eventbrite.com. If you have any questions, contact Laura Crouch at Laura.Crouch2@ucf.edu.
|Apr 5 10:00 am||
5th Annual UCF Book Festival
UCF Arena (ARNA)
UCF will host Central Florida’s fifth annual festival on April 5, 2014 at the UCF Arena. With noted national and local authors on campus, this year’s festival promises to be an exciting opportunity for booklovers. Book signings are planned with all the authors. The event will feature book sales and appraisals; meet-the-author & author forums; exhibits; plus a wide range of children, teen and UCF student activities. The book festival is being presented in association with the Morgridge International Reading Center at UCF. Open to the public, admission and parking are free. For more information visit bookfestival.ucf.edu
|Apr 5 10:00 am||
Recreation & Wellness Center (RWC)
Lifeguarding Tryouts will occur on April 5th, 2014 from 10am-2pm at the UCF Rec and Wellness Center. Please bring with you an application, resume, cover letter, and a copy of current lifeguard certifications. If you have any questions or concerns, email Amanda Leonard at email@example.com.
|Apr 5 11:00 am||
Holi Splash: A Sangam and Delta Phi Omega Sorority, Inc. Event!
Lake Claire Recreational Area
HOLI, the Festival of Colors, is not just India’s most famous holiday—it is a celebration of our lives as a work of art. Sangam and Delta Phi Omega Sorority, Inc. invites you to take part in our Holi Color Playing, wherein we provide traditional colored powder and set you loose on everyone else. The world is your canvas. Introspective, dazzling, and tons of fun, this holiday is for anybody who wishes to experience the most unique form of painting in the world. Come out and enjoy, “Holi Splash!: A Sangam and Delta Phi Omega Sorority, Inc.Holi Event.” We provide the color—YOU are the canvas. There will be FREE FOOD! Please join us and Delta Phi Omega in spreading the joy & colors! We hope to see you there :) *this event is FREE to all UCF students*
|Apr 5 01:00 pm||
UCF Softball vs. Rutgers
Softball Stadium (SBS)
Watch your UCF Knights take on the Scarlet Knights! The Knights will play at 1pm and 3pm. For tickets and information visit UCFKnights.com or call 407-UCF-1000.
|Apr 5 02:00 pm||
The True Story Of the 3 Little Pigs
Orlando Shakespeare Theater
$12 student rush tickets. $10 off early purchase. - Hear the wolf's side of the story in this dynamite rock musical for the entire family! Alexander T. Wolf, aka the Big Bad Wolf, is accused of deplorable crimes, and he's about to face a jury of his piggy peers. Presiding over the case is a tough as nails judge with a weakness for musical theater. But can the Wolf ever hope for a fair trial? The audience decides the ending of this play - guilty or not guilty?
|Apr 5 07:00 pm||
Faculty Recital: Jeremy Hunt, Tenor, Steve Chicurel, Piano
Rehearsal Hall (RH) Auditorium
Free and Open to the Public
|Apr 5 07:30 pm||
Orlando Shakespeare Theater
$12 student rush tickets / $10 off advanced purchase. - When men feel they can no longer trust their leader, where is the line between patriotism and personal ambition? Caesar, the most popular general in Rome, is assassinated, leaving two men – the honourable Brutus and the ambitious Cassius – to divide the spoils. But they've acted without Mark Antony, Caesar's devoted follower and determined successor, and soon the world they have fought to preserve is brought to the brink of anarchy. Julius Caesar is a dazzling masterpiece of betrayal, violence, and perhaps most surprisingly — love. Tina Packer, founder and former Artistic Director of Shakespeare & Company in Massachusetts, leads this traditional retelling with a small cast in the intimate Goldman Theater.
|Apr 1 08:00 am—Apr 30 11:55 pm||
The Clothesline Project
Student Union (STUN)
Experience the UCF Clothesline Project display throughout the month of April in the Student Union Atrium. Join Knight Advocates and UCF Victim Services on Market Days (Wednesdays 10am-2pm) in April outside the Student Union to paint a t-shirt and speak out against violence in our community. Victims, survivors, advocates, activists, anyone, everyone--all are welcome to express their emotions through this artistic outlet. Find out more about this national network at www.clotheslineproject.org.