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Friday, January 18

Sit In. Walk Out. Stand Up: University Activism, 1962-73
Friday, January 18

To describe the year 1968—a year of assassinations, riots, war, and protests for civil and social rights—as a turning point, both at the University of...

All the Days of Her Life: Amelia E. Barr, Readership, Authorship & Womanhood
Friday, January 18

This exhibit features items from a collection of Amelia E.Barr (1831-1919) books and other materials, originally collected and described by Richard Minsky...

An Opulence of Ottomans (ab·bre·vi·at·ed)
Friday, January 18

Work by Myles Calvert. Calvert’s current work explores the relationships that develop between everyday objects of comfort and popular culture interferences....

Chemistry Organic Seminar:  Pomerantz
Friday, January 18

William Pomerantz, University of Minnesota, "Inspiration from Fluorination: Chemical Biology Approaches to Probe Molecular Recognition Events in...

Lewis Henry Morgan at 200: A Critical Appreciation
Friday, January 18

Final Week! 2018 is the bicentennial of the birth of Lewis Henry Morgan (d. 1881), a Rochester attorney and founding figure in the field of American...

Gentle Yoga
Friday, January 18

This class is open to all Wilmot Cancer Institute patients and their caregivers. Our Gentle Yoga program is available to anyone regardless of their previous...

Modern Czech Photography: A Portfolio
Friday, January 18

The portfolio Modern Czech Photography (Moderní česká fotografie) is a rare and powerful body of work by some of the most important mid-century Czech...

Neuroscience Graduate Program Interview Weekend
Friday, January 18

The Neuroscience Graduate Program at the University of Rochester Medical Center welcomes incoming applicants to meet the faculty and learn of how Rochester...

The Way Things Go
Friday, January 18

From 1979 to 2012, the Swiss duo of Peter Fischli (b. 1952) and David Weiss (1946–2012) created a distinctly humorous body of multimedia work that employed...

Monthly CIRC Symposium
Friday, January 18

Every third Friday of the month, the Center for Integrated Research Computing hosts a research symposium (known as the CIRC Symposium), where faculty, staff,...

Exploring Careers Beyond Academia
Friday, January 18

Bootcamp-style workshop to help graduate students explore career options beyond academia. We will go over topics such as: -identifying and articulating...

Lecture: "Medical Complications of Eating Disorders: What to Know"
Friday, January 18

Patients with eating disorders frequently feel that they aren’t “sick enough” to merit treatment, despite medical problems that are both measurable and...

Muslim Jumuah Prayer
Friday, January 18

Two MSAs (undergraduate and graduate) serve the Muslim students on campus. They provide programming of interest to the Muslim community, conduct Jumma...

Qi Gong for Health
Friday, January 18

This class is open to all Wilmot Cancer Institute patients and their caregivers. Our Qi Gong for Health program is a gentle system of coordinated body...

Winter Activities Fair
Friday, January 18

Head to the fair located in Goergen Athletic Center on the Zornow Courts. Talk to members of campus organizations and learn how you can get involved. Visit...

PS4 Fifa Tournament
Friday, January 18

Love playing PS4? Love FIFA? What about competing in a PS4 Fifa Tournament while listening to the Commentary in different languages? You can have all of that...

Martin Luther King Birthday Bells
Friday, January 18

Hopeman Carillon will ring to celebrate the birthday of Martin Luther King Friday at 5:30pm. Playlist may include: Lift Every Voice and Sing Precious...

Women's Basketball vs. Carnegie Mellon University
Friday, January 18

Varsity women's basketball game versus Carnegie Mellon University in a UAA Conference game. Live stats:...

Theater Program Audition: The Conduct of Life
Friday, January 18

What: Prepare any monologue from any play of your choice Interested in stage managing? Pop in at auditions and talk to us! More about the play:...

Basketball Game & Tailgate: UR VS. Carnegie Mellon University
Friday, January 18

Grab your family, friends, and Rochester spirit gear to cheer on the UR men's and women's basketball teams as they face off against the Carnegie Mellon...

Fernando Laires Piano Series: Seong-Jin Cho
Friday, January 18

The young South Korean pianist’s mature musicianship and refined artistry secured him First Prize at the 17th Chopin International Piano Competition in 2015....

Men's Basketball vs. Carnegie Mellon University
Friday, January 18

University of Rochester varsity men's basketball game versus Carnegie Mellon University (UAA Conference game). Live stats:...

RPO: Leslie Odom Jr.
Friday, January 18

Jeff Tyzik, conductor Leslie Odom Jr., vocals He won a Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical for his portrayal of Aaron Burr in Hamilton. His TV credits...

Friday, January 18