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University Honors Program, 343 Infirmary, 352-392-1519, http://www.honors.ufl.edu

Honors Daily Opportunities List, Monday, October 27, 2014

The Honors Daily Opportunities List is an official UF e-publication sent to all members of the UF Honors Program.





Table of Contents

HONORS OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENTS
1.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Brown Bag Lunch with the Director:
2.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Frost Scholarship Info Sessions - Registration Required (TODAY):
3.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Group Advising Q&A Sessions (TODAY):
4.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Check ISIS / Spring Registration Prep:
5.	HONORS COURSE ANNOUNCEMENT: Scholarship Prep Course Application Available:
6.	STUDY ABROAD: Summer in Denmark through University of Tennessee Honors:
HONORS ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS
7.	EVENT: Haunted Hume (H-Box) (NEW POSTING, TODAY):
8.	EVENT: Haunted Hume After Party (TODAY):
9.	EVENT: Honors Without Borders Meeting:
ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES
10.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Tough Guise 2 and My Masculinity Helps Film Screening (NEW POSTING, TODAY):
11.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Distinguished Professor Lecture Series (NEW POSTING):
12.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Hendrick Smith - Who Stole the American Dream? (H-Box) (NEW POSTING):
13.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Master of International Business Combined Degree Workshop:
14.	STUDY ABROAD: Spring Break African Americans in Paris Program (HC) (NEW POSTING):
15.	STUDY ABROAD: China Retail Study Tour Info Session (HC):
16.	INTERNSHIP: Finance Internship with CrowdLaw - Local Innovation Hub Start-up (HC):
17.	INTERNSHIP: Sales Internship with CrowdLaw - Local Innovation Hub Start-up (HC):
18.	RESEARCH: McNair Scholars Open House (TODAY):
19.	RESEARCH: CURBS Fall Research Symposium (H-Box):
LEADERSHIP AND VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
20.	VOLUNTEER: Florida Alternative Breaks Info Session and Trip Sign Up (HC) (TODAY):
STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS AND EVENTS
21.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Self Defense Lessons with UF Kickboxing Club:
22.	STUDENT ORG MEETINGS: Monday, October 27 (TODAY):
23.	STUDENT ORG MEETINGS: Tuesday, October 28:
24.	EVENT: Friends of the Library Book Sale (H-Box):
25.	EVENT: ACCENT Presents: Former White House Press Secretary Jay Carney (TODAY):





HONORS OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENTS

1.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Brown Bag Lunch with the Director:
Bring a sandwich and chat with the director, Dr. Law, over lunch. Limited to ten students in November and December and six on October 29. Sign up in the Honors office, 343 Infirmary.  Discussion can be about the state of the Honors Program, course offerings, opportunities, anything you like and want to discuss!  

Lunch takes place 6th period (12:50-1:40pm) on Wednesdays in 302 Infirmary unless otherwise noted: October 29 (Honors conference room); November 12 and 19; December 3 and 10.  

2.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Frost Scholarship Info Sessions - Registration Required (TODAY):
The Frost Scholarship Program funds current students of the State University System of Florida (SUSF) to study one-year, full-time master's courses in science, technology, engineering and mathematics ('STEM' subjects) at the University of Oxford. Florida residents graduating in 2014/2015 and applying to an appropriate course at Oxford for 2015/2016 are eligible. A list of eligible courses and application information available at www.graduate.ox.ac.uk/frost

Last year, two UF students earned Frost Scholarships, and a representative will be visiting campus on Tuesday, October 28 to meet with prospective applicants. Information sessions will take place in the 3rd floor conference room of the Infirmary at 9:35am (3rd period) and 1:55pm (7th period). 

If you are interested in meeting with the representative, you *must* pre-register by emailing Regan Garner at [log in to unmask] no later than noon on Monday, October 27.

3.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Group Advising Q&A Sessions (TODAY):
Dr. Johnson will be holding two group advising Q&A sessions for students who have questions about processes, resources, and other general advising and registration issues. Sample questions might be - How does early registration work? What the heck is on a degree audit? Who do I talk to about...(changing a major, dropping a class, adding a major/minor, etc.)? 

You don't have to stay for the entire session - come and go as you please. Note, we will not be pulling up your individual records on ISIS during the session, so keep that in mind. We hope this will help for those of you who just have questions about these topics now that appointment spots are starting to fill and drop-in hours are busier.

Monday, October 27 from 10:40-11:30am
Tuesday, October 28 from 4:05-4:55pm

Both in 302 Infirmary. No pre-registration required.

4.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Check ISIS / Spring Registration Prep:
Spring registration will be here sooner than you think, so now is a great time for first year students in particular to check ISIS for holds and other information. Most of these holds cannot be removed by an honors advisor, so you don't want to wait until the last minute to take care of them. Early registration for first and second year honors students takes place October 30 and 31 - this date will sneak up on you! Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/310095185856869/ 

Spring schedule of courses: http://www.registrar.ufl.edu/soc/201501/all/

Spring honors course descriptions: http://www.honors.ufl.edu/courses/CoursesSpring2015.aspx

First-year students should have an alcohol education hold on their record - this hold will not be removed until you have completed the online alcohol education seminar. For more information about this hold, visit https://www.dso.ufl.edu/nsfp/first-year-experience/alcohol-education/ 

Engineering majors now have an advising hold - you must meet with an **engineering** advisor (**not honors**) to get your engineering advising hold removed. To view the list of engineering advisors by department, visit http://www.eng.ufl.edu/students/advising/who-is-my-advisor/ 

Other majors may also require you to meet with an advisor *in your department* so keep checking for these types of holds, as you can't wait until the last minute to meet with an advisor.

Also check for other holds, including financial holds, admissions credentials holds (usually a missing HS transcript or dual enrollment transcript), and emergency contact or local address holds. Staying on top of holds will make the registration process much smoother. Note, you will not be able to register for classes until your holds are removed. No advisor is able to override that for you, not even for early registration. You are responsible for taking care of your holds in a timely manner.

While you are on ISIS, verify that UF has received your AP/IB/AICE scores - go to My Record -> Test Scores. If you do not see your scores listed, you will need to submit those scores to UF as soon as possible. Without those scores, you may have difficulty registering for courses that need those credits as prerequisites, or you may be considered off-track if you are counting those credits as tracking courses. Your spring registration start time may be impacted by the number of credit hours you have as well. If you have missing scores, you may contact College Board / IB / AICE to have them resend your scores. Alternatively, you may be able to talk to Admissions about how to verify your scores from your original reports. Please contact them directly for further clarification.

5.	HONORS COURSE ANNOUNCEMENT: Scholarship Prep Course Application Available:
Applications are now being accepted for IDH4715: Professional Development Strategies. This one credit class will meet Thursdays, 8th period and is reserved for first and second year students interested in applying for the UF nomination for prestigious scholarships such as the Truman, Goldwater, Udall, Fulbright, and more. For more information on these highly competitive awards, please visit the Honors website: http://www.honors.ufl.edu/Prestigious-External-Scholarships.aspx

IDH4715 will focus on how to write personal statements/essays and otherwise prepare applications, as well as how to prepare in other ways for the competition: researching and planning, organizing a timeline, preparing for interviews, acquiring good letters of recommendation, etc. Both oral and written communication skills will be addressed in the class, which will be graded S-U (pass/fail).

Email a complete application form to Regan Garner at [log in to unmask] by November 24. The application can be found at this link: http://www.honors.ufl.edu/Forms.aspx

Students selected for the course will be notified and registered for the course no later than December 12 (possibly much sooner based on when the application is received).

6.	STUDY ABROAD: Summer in Denmark through University of Tennessee Honors:
Spend three weeks studying parenting in Denmark and earn honors course credit! As you travel, you will experience family interaction in many different forms. Observe children and families during your visit to Denmark's National Children's Museum. Notice how parenting and parent-child dynamics differ from those in the United States to better understand cultural expectations of and socialization strategies for children. Analyze family interactions you find intriguing while visiting Tivoli Gardens. On three occasions throughout the trip, students will visit with a Danish family to inquire about and experience local family relationships. Travel to Christiania to witness the cultural norms of a different macrosystem. Enjoy a guided bike tour through Copenhagen to see how families spend their time together.

Students enrolled at any SEC school can take this course for UT credit for the same price as UT students at the in-state rate. All you need to do is apply to the program, and they will help you apply to UT as a visiting student. Please be advised that honors students will be responsible for doing the same work as graduate students taking the course. The bulk of the reading for the course should be done in advance in order to maximize your free time when in the country.

Program dates are May 25-June 12. To apply, visit https://studyabroad.utk.edu/index.cfm?FuseAction=Programs.ViewProgram&Program_ID=11349 

If you would like to see an advanced copy of the course syllabus, please email Dr. Johnson at [log in to unmask] who received it from the Honors Program at UT.




HONORS ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS

7.	EVENT: Haunted Hume (H-Box) (NEW POSTING, TODAY):
Want to experience the most exciting and crafty haunted houses you've ever seen? Come on out to Haunted Hume today from 8:00-10:00pm at Hume Commons.

Various floors of Hume have been planning for weeks to turn the regular dorm halls into terrifying hallways of horror. Tour guides will be taking you around Hume to the various floors to get your scare on by some of your friends and neighbors! Then, directly afterwards (from 10-12) join us for a costume contest/dance party/fun time down in the commons where the Haunted Hume winners will be announced.

8.	EVENT: Haunted Hume After Party (TODAY):
Haunted Hume get you scared? Come chill with us in the Hume Commons at 10:00pm this Monday, October 27 for the after party! There will be a costume contest, donuts on a string, pin the wart on the witch, mummy wrap, candy, cookies, and other treats!

9.	EVENT: Honors Without Borders Meeting:
Are you interested in community service and volunteer work both locally and abroad?  Honors Without Borders (HWB) will be hosting their next general body meeting on Thursday, October 30 at 8:20pm in New Physics Building (NPB) room 1101.  We will be discussing our upcoming service opportunities, fundraisers, and writing cards to be sent to schoolchildren in Kenya (Spread the Love).




ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES

10.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Tough Guise 2 and My Masculinity Helps Film Screening (NEW POSTING, TODAY):
On Monday, October 27, from 6:30-9:00pm in the Reitz Union Auditorium, join us for Tough Guise 2 and My Masculinity Helps - A film screening. Organized by STRIVE at GatorWell and the Center for Women's Studies and Gender Research.
 
In Tough Guise 2, anti-violence educator Jackson Katz critiques outmoded ideals of manhood and argues that they are at the root of the ongoing epidemic of men's violence in America. The film provides a stunning look at the violent, sexist, and homophobic messages boys and young men routinely receive from virtually every corner of the culture.  My Masculinity Helps explores the role of African American men and boys in the prevention of sexual violence. The film serves as a counter-narrative to often inaccurate and misleading portrayals of African American masculinity, and provides strategies for assistance and prevention. We will follow the films with a short discussion of what students at UF can do to create a culture of non-violence, respect, and equality.  

All are invited and admission is free. For more information, contact Rita Lawrence, GatorWell Health Promotion Services, 352-273-4450

11.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Distinguished Professor Lecture Series (NEW POSTING):
The University of Florida Faculty Senate is honored to present the 2014-2015 Distinguished Professor Lecture Series featuring University of Florida faculty recently promoted to Distinguished Professor. These lectures will educate us, inform us and provide opportunities for discussion.  

Our first lecture is on Wednesday, October 29 at 4:00pm in the Emerson Hall classroom/auditorium with Bruce J. MacFadden, PhD, Curator of Vertebrate Paleontology at the Florida Museum of Natural History, Distinguished Professor of Biology, Geological Sciences and Latin American Studies. The title of his lecture will be:  "Discovering the ancient biodiversity of the New World tropics: A once-in-a-century opportunity in Panama".

Refreshments will be served.

12.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Hendrick Smith - Who Stole the American Dream? (H-Box) (NEW POSTING):
Hedrick Smith, a Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times reporter and Emmy award-winning correspondent, will speak at the Bob Graham Center on Wednesday, October 29 at 6:00pm in Pugh Hall.
 
His best-seller, "Who Stole the American Dream" is a portrait of the past 30 years of U.S. political and economic history.
 
For PBS, Hedrick Smith has created 26 prime-time specials and mini-series since
1989 including: "Inside the Terror Network," "Is Wal-Mart Good for America?" "The Wall Street Fix," "Inside Gorbachev's USSR," "Can You Afford to Retire?" and "Rediscovering Dave Brubeck."
 
He has won most of television's top awards including two Emmys, two national public service awards, and two Dupont-Columbia Gold batons for the best public affairs programs on U.S. television in 1991 and in 2002.
 
A book signing will be held immediately following the event.

13.	ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Master of International Business Combined Degree Workshop:
Join us for our upcoming Master of International Business (MIB) Combined Workshop on Tuesday, October 28 at 10:00am in Hough Hall 338. The MIB program is a flexible one-year graduate business degree designed to equip students with global management business skills and set them apart from the competition. Combined option students begin MIB courses before completing their bachelor's degree, saving time and money. This session will be co-hosted by a Heavener adviser and will cover combined benefits, academic timeline planning, and application tips. Limited spaces are available so please RSVP at: http://tinyurl.com/MIBCombinedWorkshop

14.	STUDY ABROAD: Spring Break African Americans in Paris Program (HC) (NEW POSTING):
Are you looking for an interesting elective and a chance to study in Paris, France? Dr. Sharon Austin will teach an African Americans in Paris course (POS 4956 or AFA 4905) for 2-3 credits in Paris, France during spring break 2015. Students can earn 2 credits for the class if they do the assigned readings, short papers, and attend the class sessions and events in Paris. They can earn 3 credits if they do these things and write an additional 8-12 page paper after we return to UF.  

Before we leave for Paris, the class will have to watch online lectures and documentaries and write four 3-4 page papers. In Paris, we will visit a number of historic sites of significance to African Americans such as the Louvre, Eiffel Tower, the Versailles Palace, the Montmartre district, the Latin Quarter, and others. Students will also have a free day so that they can visit additional sites in Paris on their own or take a day trip to a nearby city.  

The $2300 cost for undergraduates doesn't include airfare, but does include lodging, some meals, transportation in Paris, and tickets to all of the site visits. Students can use their financial aid to pay for some or all of the costs, but will have to contact someone in the financial aid office about it. Please contact Dr. Sharon Austin at [log in to unmask] if you would like to receive additional information or look at: http://afam.clas.ufl.edu/2013/07/30/african-americans-in-paris-course-to-be-offered-during-spring-break-2014/

15.	STUDY ABROAD: China Retail Study Tour Info Session (HC):
The Miller Center is offering an opportunity to study the market first-hand. Global Retail Leadership Development: China Retail Study Tour (MAR 4956/GEB 6930) is a four-credit course designed to give students opportunities to learn and experience China business practices and the global constraints within which businesses must operate. You will learn about the Chinese consumer markets, the dynamics of retailing, manufacturing and supply chains and the buying habits of its 1.4 billion consumers. You will also learn about and tour China's cultural exhibits.

This info session will take place on Tuesday, October 28 from 5:00-6:00pm in Stuzin Hall, room 100. All majors are welcome to attend.

16.	INTERNSHIP: Finance Internship with CrowdLaw - Local Innovation Hub Start-up (HC):
Are you interested in finance? Do you care about justice? Do the expressions angel investment, seed round and social entrepreneurship register with you? Are you a hard-worker with a go-getter personality? If you answered yes to these questions, keep reading.

CrowdLaw wants good people to join our startup to help deliver our positively-disruptive products to those we serve.

About this position: A finance internship that gives you the opportunity to work for experienced SF Bay Area social entrepreneurs running a dynamic startup. 

Under the direction of CrowdLaw's Finance Team, originally founded in San Francisco - currently operating out of Innovation Hub @ UF, you will assist us providing research in various areas of corporate finance. 

Specifically, business performance and capital structure, identifying key business drivers, vetting investment requirements, improving overall business operations decision-making, and assisting with ad-hoc projects including presentations and key analysis.

This is a part-time position for someone willing to put in up to 30 hours per week.  

What will you learn?
- Ins and outs of raising private equity capital for social ventures
- How to conduct relevant financial research for startups
- How to create effective pitch materials and presentations for investors
- How to work well with others and be a part of something unique and impactful

About you: The ideal candidate will have a passion for finance, with a proven ability to get results in a fast-paced environment and the ability to handle a diverse and challenging workload.

Qualifications:
- Currently enrolled in B.S. or MBA (first year) in Finance, Economics, or equivalent with expected graduation before 2016
- Prior internship or full-time experience focused with references from previous employers
- Superior analytical and financial modeling skills
- Extensive knowledge of MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, 
- Extremely detail-oriented, organized, and demonstrated ability to multi-task and shift priorities quickly
- Highly motivated and able to thrive and think clearly under pressure and tight deadlines
- Team player with a positive attitude, strong work ethic, and a focus on business issues
- Superior communication and interpersonal skills

How to Apply: Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume through InternMatch or via email. No phone calls please. https://www.internmatch.com/internships/crowdlaw/finance-internship 

For more information about CrowdLaw, check out this recent article about them: http://bit.ly/1x8Zezr and/or visit their website at http://launch.crowdlaw.net/introduction/

17.	INTERNSHIP: Sales Internship with CrowdLaw - Local Innovation Hub Start-up (HC):
Do you care about justice? Do you want experience working in an up-and-coming tech incubator in an up-and-coming startup community? Are you a hard-worker with a go-getter personality? Do you want to be rewarded with great bonuses for great performance? If you answered yes to these questions, keep reading.

CrowdLaw wants good people to join our startup to help deliver our positively-disruptive products to those we serve.

About this position: A sales internship that gives you the opportunity to work for the sales team of a dynamic startup. Under the direction of CrowdLaw's Sales Director operating out of the Innovation Hub @ UF, you will assist us in building our brand, while gaining direct hands-on experience in the field. You will understand how sales functions work to support a growing organization. This is a part-time position for someone willing to put in up to 30 hours per week.  

What will you learn?
-You will learn how to manage accounts of vendors. 
-You will learn how to participate in sales/marketing distribution - on the phone, via email, and in-person.
-As a valued member of our team you will learn to work well with others and be a part of something unique and impactful.
-You will walk away with tremendous insight on how sales and marketing truly affects a company's growth.

About you: The ideal candidate will have a passion for sales with a proven ability to get results in a fast-paced environment and the ability to handle a diverse and challenging workload.

Qualifications:
You like talking to people. You like influencing and motivating people. You are a go-getter. You want to help build and be a part of an iconic brand. You a competitor - you want the Cadillac, not the steak knives. You get the reference.

How to Apply: Interested applicants should e-mail a cover letter and resume to [log in to unmask] No phone calls please.

For more information about CrowdLaw, check out this recent article about them: http://bit.ly/1x8Zezr and/or visit their website at http://launch.crowdlaw.net/introduction/ 

18.	RESEARCH: McNair Scholars Open House (TODAY):
The McNair Open House will take place on Monday, October 27 at 5:30pm in the Pugh Hall Ocora. This is our major recruiting event for students who are interested in the program. The scholars will have research posters on display and the staff and peer advisors will be on hand to answer questions.

The McNair Scholars Program is open to UF undergraduate students with at least 60 credits by Summer 2015 who have at least a 3.0 GPA, are US citizens or permanent residents, are low income, first-generation college students or an underrepresented minority student, and sincerely interested in going to graduate school and pursuing a Ph.D. 

McNair Scholars are selected on a competitive basis and receive many benefits, including: academic counseling, assistance with graduate school applications, faculty-guided research experience, graduate school application fee waivers, GRE preparation, mentoring by faculty and graduate students, peer support, a research stipend, and travel opportunities. 

The application deadline is January 30. For more information, visit http://mcnair.aa.ufl.edu

19.	RESEARCH: CURBS Fall Research Symposium (H-Box):
The Center for Undergraduate Research Board of Students is hosting a free symposium Thursday, November 6, in the Marston Library's Visualization Room from 5:00-7:00pm. All undergraduate researchers are encouraged to present a poster. Participants will gain presentation experience, helpful feedback from faculty and professors, and networking opportunities with other students involved in research. Students who are interested in getting involved in on-campus research are also welcome to attend to experience the poster session and network with faculty and students. 

If you are interested in participating in this research symposium, please fill out the application here: http://bit.ly/10jNAaN 




LEADERSHIP AND VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

20.	VOLUNTEER: Florida Alternative Breaks Info Session and Trip Sign Up (HC) (TODAY):
Join Florida Alternative Breaks for an information session on Monday, October 27 at 5:00pm in Little Hall room 0127. Learn specific details about trips, participant requirements and trip sign up. FAB offers unique experiences for students at the University of Florida to get involved with their global community. Students can travel to a location in Florida, the Southeast, or to select international locations. Each location focuses on a specific social issue ranging from veteran's healthcare, children's nutrition, refugee resettlement, to farmworkers rights.

Official trip sign up is at the Issue Fair on Thursday, October 30 in the Reitz Breezeway from 6:00-8:00pm. Students will be able to meet site leaders from all of the trips, learn more about each destination, and pay their deposits for their trips to reserve a spot. Payment plans and scholarships available.

Like us on Facebook and visit us at leadershipandservice.ufl.edu to check out all of our trips.




STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS AND EVENTS 

21.	ANNOUNCEMENT: Self Defense Lessons with UF Kickboxing Club:
Interested in a unique team-building activity for your club or organization? The UF Kickboxing Club is offering free self-defense and kickboxing lessons to local groups. Please contact Genevieve at [log in to unmask] to organize an event.

22.	STUDENT ORG MEETINGS: Monday, October 27 (TODAY):
- Association of Future Physician-Scientists at 7:00pm tentatively in Sisler 340. Focus: Discussion about how to be competitive and successful with various research scholarships and programs offered through our university. Organization officers will share their tips and experiences.

23.	STUDENT ORG MEETINGS: Tuesday, October 28:
- Network of enlightened Women at 6:15pm in Turlington, room 2333. Focus: Discussing women's rights in the United States, women's issues across the globe, and our upcoming guest speaker event. For more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/300689573464356 

- Arts in Health at 7:15pm in MUB 121. Focus: Discussing upcoming events such as Dollies Without Borders at Shands, the Painting Social for Empty Bowls, and more. For more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/783867818341815/ and https://www.facebook.com/groups/UFartsinhealth/ 

24.	EVENT: Friends of the Library Book Sale (H-Box):
The largest book sale of its kind in Florida happens biannually right here in Gainesville, and it started over the weekend! Bring your bags and boxes (they aren't provided there) to 430 North Main St to search through more than 500,000 books, records, games, CDs, DVDs, audio, video, paintings, posters, prints, puzzles, and magazines that have been donated for this sale. Most prices range from $0.25 to $4.00. All profits are used for the Alachua County Library District and for community literacy projects.

Monday, October 27: 12:00-7:00pm
Tuesday, October 28: 12:00-7:00pm (1/2 price day)
Wednesday, October 29: 12:00-6:00pm ($0.10 day)

This is a great opportunity to pick up books for pleasure reading, scan for older editions of textbooks, as well as to collect books for various philanthropy drives. People actually camp out Friday night for the opening day, which is why we selected the FOL sale as an H-Box community card! You can't miss it!

25.	EVENT: ACCENT Presents: Former White House Press Secretary Jay Carney (TODAY):
ACCENT Speakers Bureau at the University of Florida will bring journalist and former White House Press Secretary Jay Carney to campus Monday, October 27.

The program starts at 8:00pm at the University Auditorium. Doors open at 7:00pm, and admission is free. Students and the general public can pick up tickets from the University Auditorium starting at 7:00pm on October 27.




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You can find Honors Daily Opportunity List Archives at http://lists.ufl.edu/archives/honors-l.html

To submit an announcement for posting, please complete the online form at http://www.honors.ufl.edu/apps/HonorsDaily.aspx

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Calendar: http://bit.ly/ufhonorscalendar 
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