Sun Star Picks, March 6 – March 12

Tuesday, March 6

For all of you getting ready to high tail it out of here (on good terms), come to the Wood Center Mall from noon – 2 p.m. for the Grad Fair. At the fair you can order your regalia, ask about honors, find out about UAF’s Graduate programs, and all other graduation needs. Get ready grads! Alex Frania / Photo Editor


Wednesday, March 7

SAO is hosting friend feud 7 p.m. in Arctic Java! Compete with other teams to be the ultimate champion! Ali Macrae / Staff Reporter


Thursday, March 8

Starting at 1 p.m. in Wood Center, Room 130, the UAF Resource and Advocacy Center will be putting on an art group. This is part of a series of workshops that focuses on working through and healing from trauma in a group setting. – Ben Ellis / Web Editor

Friday, March 9

In the Davis Concert Hall, starting at 7:30 p.m., Seth Blohm will be performing his junior recital of vocal works with Dr.Lorna Eder. – Caitlin Miller / Managing Editor

Saturday, March 10

You made it to Spring Break Weekend, so congratulations! In honor of the weekend, the break, and all your work to make it to this point, I say you should celebrate. If you’re 21 and older, you can head on over to The Pub for Pub Prom, featuring Shagg! and plenty of people ready to dance and dine on The Pub’s nachos. And if you’re not over 21? Don’t sweat it: invite a couple of buddies, rent a movie from the library, snuggle down in your dorm, and have a relaxing night with friends. – Kyrie Long / Editor-in-Chief

Sunday, March 11

Bored tonight? Head on over to The Comic Shop of Fairbanks. They will be hosting both competitive and just-for-fun tournaments of the music mixing card game Dropmix! They encourage experts and new players to come join them. Cheyenne Corty / Layout Editor


Monday, March 12

Are you learning French but want a place to practice it more? Or maybe you took some French classes awhile ago but want to brush up on it? Well, Club Français has club meetings every Monday night from 7-9 p.m. Activities include playing games in French, watching movies in French, or even just eating French foods. Even if you’re new to the language, you’re more than welcome to show up and practice! – Ben Ellis / Web Editor

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