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TODAY
Homecoming 2004 Hurricane Howl will be at the UC at 7 p.m. It will feature a parade, pep rally, fireworks and free food. Wyclef Jean and the Refugee All-Stars close the night with a free concert at 9:45 p.m. on the Green.

To celebrate homecoming, the Chemistry Club will be giving UM students 1,000 orange and green glow sticks to show their school spirit at the Wyclef concert. Stop by the Cox Building between 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. to get yours.

ESPN2’s national weekday morning show “Cold Pizza” will be live at UM from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Co-host Thea Andrews and correspondent Zach Liebowitz will be at the Student Union, kicking off the Homecoming celebration and pre-game festivities prior to Saturday’s game against Clemson.

The School of Communication will host its Homecoming alumni reunion and groundbreaking ceremony for the addition of the new student center to the Wolfson building at 3:30 p.m. in the courtyard of the Frances L. Wolfson building.

SATURDAY
It’s the 78th annual Homecoming game as UM takes on Clemson at the Orange Bowl at 7:45 p.m.

Due to the recent scheduling of the nationally televised UM homecoming football game, the Mike Epps comedy show at the Convocation Center has been postponed. The comedy show has not secured a new date, so tickets purchased for the event may be refunded at the point of purchase.

MONDAY
UMagine of the School of Communication is hosting the Future Search Contest, an opportunity to expand their knowledge about opportunities within the FBI. The first place prize is $500. For more information, visit www.umfuturesearch.com.

TUESDAY
The Jerry Herman Ring Theatre invites students to a free performance of As You Like It at 8 p.m. Come early as tickets are given away on a first-come first-served basis with your ‘Cane Card.

The Honorable James C. Cason, Chief of Mission, U.S. Interests Section in Cuba will address the seminar on Transition from Communism: Lessons Learned, Challenges Ahead for Cuba at 9 a.m. at the Omi Colonnade Hotel on Coral Gables. To make a reservation, or for more information, call ICCAS at 305-284-2822.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11
Hair, Quantum Entertainment’s latest production, will hold its debut performance at 8 p.m. in the Kutcher Auditorium at the UM Hillel. Tickets are $10 for UM students and can be obtained at the UM Ticketmaster outlet by calling 305-284-6399, or by visiting www.gotoquantum.com.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13
The Indian Students Association is hosting Diwali Night 2004 Festival of Lights beginning at 5:30 at the North Miami Beach Performing Arts Theatre. Tickets can be purchased at the UC Breezeway. For more information, visit www.um-isa.org.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15
Applications for FunDay group leadership are due in UC 240.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16
The Office of Admissions is hosting Native American Day at the UC Patio from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.
TODAY
Homecoming 2004 Hurricane Howl will be at the UC at 7 p.m. It will feature a parade, pep rally, fireworks and free food. Wyclef Jean and the Refugee All-Stars close the night with a free concert at 9:45 p.m. on the Green.

To celebrate homecoming, the Chemistry Club will be giving UM students 1,000 orange and green glow sticks to show their school spirit at the Wyclef concert. If you are going to the concert, stop by the Cox Building between 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. to get yours.

ESPN2’s national weekday morning show “Cold Pizza” will be live at UM from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Co-host Thea Andrews and correspondent Zach Liebowitz will be at the Student Union, kicking off the Homecoming celebration and pre-game festivities prior to Saturday’s game against Clemson.

The School of Communication will host its Homecoming alumni reunion and groundbreaking ceremony for the addition of the new student center to the Frances L. Wolfson building at 3:30 p.m. in the courtyard of the Frances L. Wolfson building.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6
It’s the 78th annual Homecoming game as UM takes on Clemson at the Orange Bowl.

Due to the recent scheduling of the nationally televised UM homecoming football game, the Mike Epps comedy show at the Convocation Center has been postponed. The comedy show has not secured a new date, so tickets purchased for the event may be refunded at the point of purchase.

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8
UMagine of the School of Communication is hosting the Future Search Contest, an opportunity to expand their knowledge about opportunities within the FBI. The first place prize is $500. For more information, go to www.umfuturesearch.com. The contest runs through Nov. 13.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9
The Jerry Herman Ring Theatre invites students to a free performance of As You Like It at 8 p.m. Come early as tickets are given away on a first-come first-served basis with your ‘Cane Card.

The Honorable James C. Cason, Chief of Mission, U.S. Interests Section in Cuba will address the seminar on Transition from Communism: Lessons Learned, Challenges Ahead for Cuba at 9 a.m. at the Omi Colonnade Hotel on Coral Gables. To make a reservation, or for more information, call ICCAS at 305-284-2822.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11
Hair, Quantum Entertainment’s latest production, will hold its debut performance at 8 p.m. in the Kutcher Auditorium at the UM Hillel. Tickets are $10 for UM students and can be obtained at the UM Ticketmaster outlet by calling 305-284-6399, or by visiting www.gotoquantum.com.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13
The Indian Students Association is hosting Diwali Night 2004 Festival of Lights beginning at 5:30 at the North Miami Beach Performing Arts Theatre. Tickets can be purchased at the UC Breezeway. For more information, visit www.um-isa.org.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15
Applications for FunDay group leadership are due in UC 240.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16
The Office of Admissions is hosting Native American Day at the UC Patio from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.

November 5, 2004

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