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Wednesday, 29 Mar 2017

Recognition breakfast: LC peer mentors

Channel: Learning Communities

7:30 am - 9:30 am @ multiple campus locations (see below)

The Learning Communities program will serve a come-and-go breakfast for the hundreds of peer mentors who make Iowa State's program a leader in higher education.

Cost: free

Sole Hope Volunteer Day

Channel: Student Activities Center

2:00 pm - 10:00 pm @ The Workspace

Spend an hour or two helping others and upcycling.

Cost: Free, however donations welcome.

Softball

Channel: Cyclone Athletics

4:00 pm @ Cyclone Sports Complex

Iowa State vs. Northern Iowa.

Cost: free

Soil Science Seminar Series

Channel: Agronomy Department

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm @ 3140 Agronomy Hall

The impact of water vapor diodes on soil water redistribution by Zhuangji Wang, Iowa State University

Cost: Free

Woodshop Orientation

Channel: The Workspace

5:30 pm - 8:00 pm @ Workspace at the Iowa State Memorial Union

Learn the fundamentals of woodworking equipment while creating a bird house.

Cost: ISU $12, Public $22

Lecture: Hamilton and the Road to Success

Channel: Lectures Program

7:00 pm @ Stephens Auditorium, Iowa State Center

Leslie Odom, Jr., won a Tony Award playing Aaron Burr in the groundbreaking Broadway musical "Hamilton," the story of a founding father told through the language and rhythms of hip-hop and R&B. Odom will discuss his life and career before taking questions from the audience and performing songs from the much-acclaimed musical.

Cost: free

The Dig with Nico Yaryan and Boone Howard

Channel: Student Union Board

8:00 pm @ M-Shop

From the beginning, The Dig have been a classic band's band, and a true collaboration: three longtime friends, three songwriters, two singers in a true dual frontman setup, all individuals but all woven more and more tightly together as they have evolved. In a world that rewards drama, reckless moves, and often-overwrought narrative twists, The Dig have bucked that trend by focusing on, well, the work - writing song after song to cast off more th

Cost: $8 Students / $12 Public