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Wednesday10/11
11:00 am3:00 pm
Pride Portraits for National Coming Out Day

The LGBTQ Resource Center invites you to be a part of a local photography project aiming to increase visibility and awareness of LGBTQ+ individuals and its supporters.

12:00 pm4:00 pm
Farmers Market

UH Dining Services is hosting the UH Farmers Market. Besides local farmers, the market will feature vendors selling a wide array of locally produced items, ranging from lavender products to olive oil to kombucha to dried fruits and nuts.

12:00 pm1:00 pm
Copying with Mid-Semester Stress and Anxiety

Stressed out about upcoming exams? Don't fret, CAPS is here to help! Join us at our next Food for Thought workshop and learn about how you can conquer your mid-semester stress and anxiety.

4:00 pm5:00 pm
Diversity 201 Workshop

Diversity 201 allows participants to enhance their knowledge of cultural and personal identity and intersectionality. Diversity 201 is a workshop designed to expound upon topics discussed in Diversity 101.

5:30 pm8:30 pm
Learn to Climb

Never climbed before and want to learn? Or are you a new climber and want some pointers? This is the class for you! The registration deadline is 10/10.

6:00 pm8:00 pm
Etiquette Dinner

UH students are invited to join University Career Services for a unique dining experience and interactive seminar on the rules of dinner etiquette.

9:00 am9:00 pm
CounterCurrent18

A free festival of performance, installation and ideas produced by the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts.

8:00 pm9:30 pm
Cyber Transform Symposium

Our charge for this conference is to think about the technology-mediated interactions we face that are altering business, politics, the arts, and other areas of human endeavor. This means consideration of everything from how the information technologies enable community resilience to a collapse in privacy; how they reorganize education and contribute to disinformation; how they empower and alienate.

7:30 am2:30 pm
Cyber Transform Symposium

Our charge for this conference is to think about the technology-mediated interactions we face that are altering business, politics, the arts, and other areas of human endeavor. This means consideration of everything from how the information technologies enable community resilience to a collapse in privacy; how they reorganize education and contribute to disinformation; how they empower and alienate.

8:00 pm10:00 pm
Guest Artist: Jason Roberts

The Moores School of Music presents a silent film with live organ accompaniment by Jason Roberts of St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church.