WEEK OF FEBRUARY 17


Hawaiian Ensemble Ho'ike

SRP


Join the USF Hawaiian Ensemble at the 7th Annual Ho’ike to explore the rich history and culture of the Polynesian islands this Saturday, February 21 at 6:00 p.m. in McLaren Complex. Enjoy a delicious Hawaiian dinner and a variety of performances, including performances by Ivory Arrows and USF Voices. Get your tickets now!





ASUSF Senate Meeting


Tuesdays, 6:00 pm|UC 4th Floor Lounge

ASUSF Senate welcomes Mike London from Facilities to talk about the USF Master Plan, followed by a discussion ​from Peter Novak who will speak on Student Life in regards to flexi, off-campus plans, residence halls and the newest freshman seminar program, USF 101.




USF101 Campus Conversation


FEB
17
Tuesday, 11:45 am - 12:45 pm
UC 4th Floor Lounge

Ever wish you had more help with your transition to USF? Next Fall, first-year students will have a chance to take a new pilot course called USF101. Come give your feedback on the course content!



Change Agent Initiative Workshop I: Violence in the Nation


FEB
17
Tuesday, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Berman Room, Fromm Hall
FEB
18
Wednesday, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
UC 4th Floor Lounge
FEB
23
Monday, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Intercultural Center, UC 4th Floor
 

The Intercultural Center is offering a 3-stage Intergroup Dialogue program that helps students gain confidence and skills to engage others about issues of injustice. RSVP for Workshop I. 


Senior Retreat Registration Deadline


Join fellow USF seniors for the day to reflect on the past, present, and future through speakers, discussion, meditation, media, and lunch at University Ministry! Email Emily Czarnik-Neimeyer, Retreats Coordinator, by February 18 to register.



International Student Retreat Registration Deadline


 
Join fellow international students to explore meditation, Ignatian Spirituality, support resources at USF, diversity in community and enjoy lunch. This University Ministry retreat is only open to international students, both graduate and undergraduate. Email Emily Czarnik-Neimeyer, Retreats Coordinator, by February 18 to register.



UNC Chapel Hill Discussion


FEB
19
Thursday, 11:45 am - 1:00 pm
Intercultural Center, UC 411/412

Recent events in Chapel Hill around the three Muslim students who were shot in their homes has left many of us feeling fear, confusion, and overall pain. Let's come together to have conversations around what happened, why it happened, and how this impacts the larger discussion of the #alllivesmatter movement.




Muslim Student Association Chapel Hill Vigil


FEB
20
Friday, 1:00 - 3:30 pm
Gleeson Plaza

Please join the Muslim Student Association as we mourn and remember the lives of the recently murdered students, Deah Barakat (23), Yusor Barakat (21), and Razan Abu Salha (19). Imam Abu Al Amin will be leading the Jummah (Friday) prayer followed by a discussion. All are welcome to attend.



Apply to be an America Reads Tutor


 
Want to make a difference in a child’s life? Apply to be an America Reads Tutor to provide literacy support to kindergarten through third grade students in five SFUSD elementary schools and three after-school programs.




Excelling in the American Classroom SRP


FEB 19|Thursday, 11:50 am|McLaren 252

Test Taking Tips and Tricks SRP


FEB 19|Thursday, 5:30 pm|Maier Room, Fromm Hall




Friday Comedy Night | SoMa Streat Food Park


Justin Gomes and Andrew Holmgren of Sylvan Productions, two Bay Area ringmasters, gather their funny friends together to fill the SoMa Streat Food Park with uproarious laughter.




DONAROO



Check out the photos from CAB’s DONAROO concert last weekend featuring G-Eazy and A-trak.




Kabuhayan Arts Workshop



FEB
17
Tuesday, 4:30 pm
UC 402/403

Kasamahan hosts a series of workshops to serve as a gateway to learning about the rich story of the Philippines and the modern day Filipino community. All students are welcome!




Using LinkedIn to Find a Job in the Bay Area


FEB
17
Tuesday, 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Fromm Hall, Maier Room

LinkedIn is a great job and internship resource and networking tool. Bring an electronic device and connect to LinkedIn during the workshop. Come early to get a free professional headshot and business cards at 5:00 p.m.



The Long Road to the Hall of Fame


FEB
18
Wednesday, 7:00 pm
McLaren 250

The Center for Global Education will be showing Reda Zine's film about the first two African American brothers inducted into the NFL hall of fame and the stories of their careers during the civil rights movement.




Lunar New Year Celebration


FEB
19
Thursday, 11:45 pm - 12:45 pm
Gleeson Plaza
 

Join the Center for Asia Pacific Studies and welcome the new year of the ram by watching a lion dance performance by America's Got Talent competition finalists Lion Dance Me and purchasing lunch from Asian food trucks.


Women’s Basketball Tailgate


FEB
19
Thursday, 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
UC Atrium

Join Los Locos before the Women's Basketball game and enjoy breakfast for dinner!




BSU Black Cultural Dinner SRP


FEB
19
Thursday, 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
McLaren Complex

Black Student Union’s annual Black Cultural Dinner will begin with a panel of Bay Area figures who will discuss the theme "How Black People are Portrayed in the Media." Dinner featuring a DJ and poetry performances will follow the panel. RSVP is required for the dinner portion only.



Student Cabaret


FEB
20
FEB
22
Friday-Sunday, 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Lone Mountain, Studio Theater
 

Come enjoy the self-directed work of Performing Arts students. Admission is free!


Speak Out and Listen In: A Teach-In on Building Community Power


FEB
24
Tuesday, 9:00 am - 4:25 pm
McLaren Complex
 

This daylong program will have lectures, student performances, and dialogue surrounding the nationwide events related to the Ferguson and Staten Island grand jury decisions.




Women's Basketball vs. LMU

 SRP
FEB 19|Thursday, 7:00 pm|War Memorial Gym

Women's Basketball vs. Pepperdine

SRP
FEB 21|Saturday, 2:00 pm|War Memorial Gym