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Saturday, Feb. 13

Homecoming Alumni Tailgate

1 p.m., Student Fitness Center, McNichols Campus
Homecoming Alumni Tailgate in the Student Fitness Center, featuring the Alumni Chili Cook-off. Registration includes access to Alumni Tailgate, a ballot for the Alumni Chili Cook-off and a free ticket to the men's basketball game.
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Tuesday, Feb. 16

Interview workshop: Dress for Success

12:15 p.m., Room 165, Reno Hall, McNichols Campus
The Career Education Center will host a workshop on proper dress and composure in job interviews on Wednesday, Feb. 17 from 1 to 2:30 p.m.
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Black History Month Movie: Selma

7 p.m., Grounds Coffeehaus, Student Center
As part of Black History Month, UDM will host a screening of the film "Selma."
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Wednesday, Feb. 17

Black History Month Guest Speaker: Patrick McGarrity

Noon, President's Dining Room, Student Center, McNichols Campus
Patrick McGarrity, an Illinois historian, will discuss connections between Northern Ireland and the southern Civil Rights Movement.
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Hustle Night

7 p.m., Grounds Coffeehaus, Student Center
Learn to perform various Dance by Mr. Smooth and enjoy free healthy refreshments. The event is sponsored by the Student Programming Board.
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Thursday, Feb. 18

Book Event: "A Fluid Frontier"

7 p.m., Ballroom, Student Center, McNichols Campus
A panel discussion, book signing and reception for the book, "A Fluid Frontier: Slavery, Resistance, and the Underground Railroad in the Detroit River Borderland."
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Friday, Feb. 19

Black History Month Guest Speaker: Karolyn Smardz Frost

Noon, President's Dining Room, Student Center, McNichols Campus
Karolyn Smardz Frost, Senior Research Fellow for African Canadian History at the Harriet Tubman Institute, York University, will share the story of Thornton and Lucy Blackburn, runaway slaves whose capture led to Detroit's first race riot.
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Basic Life Support Certification Training

1 p.m., Room 209, Commerce & Finance Building, McNichols Campus
The BLS - Healthcare Provider training is a requirement for numerous academic programs and the Student Life Office offers these certifications at a discounted rate.
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Sunday, Feb. 21

Broadside Lotus Press Poets' Theatre

3 p.m., Grounds Coffeehaus, Student Center
The Dudley Randall Center for Print Culture and Broadside Lotus Press will host Broadside Lotus Press Poets' Theatre on every third Sunday of the month during the academic year.
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Monday, Feb. 22

Black History Month: Tunnel of Oppression

8:30 a.m., Fountain Lounge, Student Center, McNichols Campus
There will be a week-long tunnel of oppression set up in the Fountain Lounge.
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Tuesday, Feb. 23

Philanthropy Awareness Day

9 a.m., McNichols Campus Library
Join us in learning about the importance of giving back to your alma mater post-graduation. The Student Alumni Association (SAA), the office of University Advancement and Phil will be giving out donuts to anyone who is able to stop by. We'll have hot cocoa, too!
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Wednesday, Feb. 24

Architecture Lecture Series: Craig Hodgetts and Hsinming Fung

5:30 p.m., Genevieve Fisk Loranger Architecture Center, Warren Loranger Architecture Building, McNichols Campus
SOA 2015-16 Lecture Series featuring architects Craig Hodgetts and Hsinming Fung.
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Thursday, Feb. 25

Mock Class and Meal

Noon, President's Dining Room, Student Center, McNichols Campus
The Mock Class and Meal is a mock law class taught by a UDM Law professor for prospective students interested in the law program. Students who RSVP will receive a case to read prior the class and encouraged to participate.
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Dudley Randall Student Poetry Competition and Deadline

All day, Jane & Walter O. Briggs Building Main Office, College of Liberal Arts & Education
Each year, UDM's English department honors Dudley Randall, the late poet, publisher, and University of Detroit Mercy librarian and poet-in-residence, by sponsoring a poetry competition in his name.
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Saturday, Feb. 27

Black History Month: Discover the D

10 a.m., Tour of historical Detroit churches, meet at University Ministry Office
Experience off-campus life in Detroit and get engaged with the city and the UDM community.
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Sunday, Feb. 28

Jesuits Midwest Lenten Reflection

9 a.m., Dearborn Inn, 20301 Oakwood Boulevard, Dearborn, 48124
As a symbol of gratitude for family, friends and benefactors, the Midwest Jesuits are hosting Lenten days of prayer and reflection in 2016.
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Wednesday, March 2

LGBTQ Awareness Presentation

6 p.m., Room 113, Ford Life Sciences Building, McNichols Campus
UDM will host a LGBTQ Awareness campus-wide presentation and reception.
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Thursday, March 3

UDM Theatre Presents: Low Hanging Fruit

7:30 p.m., Boll Family YMCA Theatre, Detroit, Mich.
We will be artistically partnering with The Matrix Theatre Company to produce Robin Bradford's play "Low Hanging Fruit" which uses the self-imposed circumstances of four homeless women struggling to survive in a makeshift encampment under a freeway in Los Angeles.
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Friday, March 4

Law Review Centennial Symposium

9 a.m., UDM School of Law Riverfront Campus
UDM Law hosts a centennial symposium focusing on the past, present and future legal issues facing the city of Detroit.
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UDM Theatre Presents: Low Hanging Fruit

7:30 p.m., Boll Family YMCA Theatre, Detroit, Mich.
We will be artistically partnering with The Matrix Theatre Company to produce Robin Bradford's play "Low Hanging Fruit" which uses the self-imposed circumstances of four homeless women struggling to survive in a makeshift encampment under a freeway in Los Angeles.
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