| Saturday, November 3, 2018 |
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Football vs Senior Day

1:00 PM
Opponents: St. Norbert College.This contest will be available via livestream.
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Swimming & Diving at Lawrence University

1:00 PM
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Voguing Workshop

3:00 PM

You are invited to attend a

Voguing Workshop on Saturday, Nov. 3 at 3:00 p.m.

in Hendricks Center Dance Studio 1

(Room 105)

The workshop will be taught by J'Sun Howard - hope to see you there!

J'Sun Howard is originally from Chattanooga, TN and has been making art in Chicago for the past twelve years. J'Sun's choreography has appeared in multiple venues around Chicago including Links Hall, Northwestern University, Sonotheque, Lincoln Square Theatre, Insight Arts/Center for New Possibilities, Epiphany Church, Rumble Arts, Patrick's Cabaret (Minneapolis, MN), and has been commissioned for the Chicago Academy School for the Arts. J'Sun's collaborative duet performance piece, Utopic Monster Theory, with poet Jennifer Karmin is documented in the first annual Emergency Index from Ugly Duckling Presse (2011) and has been presented in the biannual IN>Time Performance Festival. In 2009, J'Sun was selected to be a LinkUp Residency to deepen his artistic practice at Links Hall. In 2010, J'Sun was granted the Julius Margolin "Youth in Labor" Award to rally and protest at the gates of the School of Americas in Fort Benning, GA. In 2013, J'Sun was awarded a Distinguished Scholar Merit Scholarship to complete his undergraduate degree at the School of the Art Institute and will return to finish when his CDF project ends. J'Sun has performed for many choreographers including Asimina Chremos, Sara Wookey, Paige Cunningham, Selene Carter but most extensively with Darrell Jones.

Curating Pooine's Cabaret in 2017 with "acquiescings + hauntings" J'Sun continued seeking out emerging queer performers of color to promote their work, which can enrich Chicago performing landscape even more.
J'Sun's literary work can be seen in the following journals: Chicago IRL, Inkwell, Danspace's Constellations and Influences, Garland Court Review, Storyglossia, 3rd Language, and forthcoming from Bird's Thumb.

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Beloit Urban Garden Workday

4:00 PM
Come lend a hand at BUG, the student-run organic campus farm. Work may include harvesting, weeding, or putting the garden to sleep for the season.
Every volunteer can go home with a haul of fresh produce that we pick! Hope to see you there!
The BUG is located across the street from Kerris Field, a block north of Commons at 1031 Church St.
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Grocery Bingo

8:00 PM
Join SEAL this Saturday, November 3rd in DKs Dining Hall for some Grocery Bingo! This fun, free event will begin at 8PM and is open to all students. Come out and win some prizes!