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MU calendar of events

Feb. 09, 2014 @ 12:00 AM

Sunday, Feb. 9

11 a.m. to 5 p.m.: HATS College Financial Aid Event, Corbly Hall Lobby

2 p.m. to 5 p.m.: Soul Food Feast, Room 2E28, Shawkey Dining Room, John Marshall Dining Room, Memorial Student Center

Monday, Feb. 10

7 p.m.: LGBT Rights in the Mountain State, Room 102, Harris Hall

7 p.m.: Young Americans for Liberty meeting, Room 117, Corbly Hall

Tuesday, Feb. 11

3 p.m.: President's meeting with College of Liberal Arts faculty, Room BE4, BE5, Multi-Purpose Room, Memorial Student Center

4 p.m.: Student Government Association Senate meeting Room 2E28, Shockey Dining Room, Memorial Student Center

Wednesday, Feb. 12

7:30 p.m.: Birke Festival of Fine Arts, Eula Biss, Room 2E28, Shockey Dining Room, Memorial Student Center

Thursday, Feb. 13

9:30 a.m.: Birke Fine Arts Festival Visiting Writer, Room 402, Drinko Library

1 p.m.: MU/WV Reads 150+ Launch Party, Drinko Library Atrium.

5 p.m.: The Vagina Monologues, Marco's, Memorial Student Center

8 p.m.: Birke Fine Arts Festival, John Bresland, Room BE4, BE5, Multi-Purpose Room, Memorial Student Center

Friday, Feb. 14

7 a.m.: Diversity Breakfast, Room 2E18, Don Morris Room, Memorial Student Center

9 a.m.: Words of Reflection Awards Ceremony, Room 2W37, Memorial Student Center

4 p.m.: Thunder in the Valley, Room 124, Gullickson Hall

5 p.m.: The Vagina Monologues, Marco's, Memorial Student Center

Saturday, Feb. 15

11 a.m. to 5 p.m.: West Virginia High School Region IV Championship, Henderson Center Pool

1 p.m.: Women's Basketball vs. Charlotte, Henderson Center Arena

4 p.m.: Thunder in the Valley, Room 124, Gullickson Hall

5 p.m.: The Vagina Monologues, Marco's, Memorial Student Center

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