Campus events for Wed., June 1: Honors program presentations, SIFF showings, and more!

Here are the events happening around campus for Wed., June 1. BREATHE before finals events are listed separately here.

Recess from Stress event, PUB Courtyard
Wed., June 1: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
FREE ice cream. Need you read further?
FREE popcorn! You made it this far, keep going.
FREE prizes! Glad you kept reading, right?

There’ll also be music, food trucks, and loads of fun activities for helping students get rid of their stress before finals! There will be an arm wrestling tournament, water balloon toss activities, a coloring mural, and much more!

Chemistry student capstone project presentations, Room 2925
Wed., June 1: 10:30 a.m.
The campus community is invited to attend the capstone project presentations of Karen Kreutzer and Linda Kuehnert’s third-quarter general chemistry and third-
quarter organic chemistry classes. The presentations will be held in Room 2925 from 10:30-11:20 a.m. on Wed., June 1, Thurs., June 2, and Fri., June 3. Topics range from pesticides, herbicides, and insecticides to Food Irradiation, Antifreeze in Frogs and Fish, and Antibacterial Soap.

Please join us and see what our talented students have been up to this quarter!

Communications Studies Public Performance: Gender Bake Sale: PUB Lounge
Wed., June 1: 
10:30-11:20 a.m.
Come check out our socially constructed hyper-gender bake sale for a tasty gender-roll, not bread-roll.

Honors student presentations, PUB 9208
Wed., June 1: 12:30-4 p.m.
Our honors students will be making their final presentations on Wed., June 1 in the PUB Quiet Dining Room (9208) from 12:30-4 p.m. Please stop by and hear about their many interesting projects. Two of our students presented this year at the University of Washington Undergraduate Research Symposium and you can read about that here.

Communications Studies Public Performance: Let Me Take a Selfie, PUB
Wed., June 1: 1:20-2 p.m.

An installation performance on how technology and cell phones are taking over our lives.

Movie Screening and Discussion “That Which I Love Destroys Me,” Room 1402
Wed., June 1: 2:30-4:30 p.m.
memorial day 3
That Which I Love Destroys Me is a unique and powerful film by director Ric Roman Waugh. TWILDM is an uncensored look at the current epidemic of PTSD and severe mental trauma that create tremendous challenges for returning service members. A five-year labor of love, TWILDM followed two Special Operations Soldiers as they returned home after fighting in the longest combat campaign in American history only to face a new battle; the effects and stigma of PTSD and reintegration as a whole. But more importantly, the documentary addresses how they’re overcoming these issues.

Our sincere thanks for your continued support of our student veterans and our program.  We hope to see you there!

Retirement Celebration for Bob Francis, Board Room 1010M
Wed., June 1: 3-5 p.m.
Come join us for a retirement celebration for Bob Francis, Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs, on Wed., June 1 from 3-4:30 p.m. in the Board Room in the Admin bldg., Room 1010M.

2016 Shoreline Portfolio Show, Melrose Market Studios
Wed., June 1: 5-9 p.m.

Got Graphic Design? Game Art and Design? Animation for Multimedia and Video? Enjoy light refreshments while perusing the incredible work that Visual Communications Technology students are producing at the third annual Shoreline Portfolio Show presented by the VCT Club. This fun event takes place at Melrose Market Studios, located on Seattle’s Capitol Hill at 1532 Minor Avenue, Tuesday and Wednesday, May 31 and June 1, from 5-9pm.

SIFF presents “Vanity,” Main Campus Theater
Wed., June 1: 7-8:30 p.m.

“Euthanasia comedy” seems an odd descriptor, but the latest from Swiss director Lionel Baier (Longwave, SIFF 2014) is a blackly humorous Christmas tale about one man’s absurd journey to die with dignity.

General admission $13, SIFF member $11. Tickets at or at the door.

SIFF presents “The Eyes of My Mother,” Main Campus Theater
Wed., June 1: 9-10:30 p.m.
When a grinning lunatic attacks a Portuguese-American family living in a secluded farmhouse, it awakens dark desires in a young girl who begins to act on her psychotic impulses in this gorgeous, Lynchian horror fable shot in sinister black and white.

General admission $13, SIFF member $11. Tickets at or at the door.

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