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Ongoing Activities 

Sigma Gamma Zeta II

Sigma Gamma Zeta is an academic honor society for nontraditional students.The purpose of Sigma Gamma Zeta II is to give recognition for the scholastic achievement of returning adult students who are often combining course work with the demands of a family or part-time employment. For a listing of officers and information see the the Student Organization Website under "S".

Music and Theatre Arts Programs

The Music and Theatre Arts Department is proud of the ensemble tradition at UW-Eau Claire, offering outstanding opportunities for all university students in musical training and enrichment. Students benefit from a large and well established program that includes twenty-one large and small groups offering a variety of music from the traditional choral, orchestral and wind repertoire to jazz and musical theatre. Check out weekly offerings: http://www.uwec.edu/mus-the/

L.E. Phillips Planetarium

Planetarium programs for the general public are presented Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m. during UWEC fall and spring semesters. Tickets for these programs are $2 per person and can bepurchased at the planetarium door.

The UAC is the University Activities Commission 

 UAC is the campus-wide events programming board at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Student programmers select, promote and produce a wide variety of cultural, educational and entertainment programs for the university community. An all-volunteer, award winning commission of the Student Senate, the UAC receives part of the segregated student fee budget to support its activities, which means that UWEC students may attend UAC programs at no charge or at significantly reduced cost.

The Cabin hosts free performances nearly every weekend. From open stage opportunities to open prose and poetry readings sponsored by "None of the Above", the campus literary magazine; to performances selected from talented UW-Eau Claire students, faculty/staff and community, and nationally touring artists.

Shows include alternative, rock, reggae, jazz, funk and country -- there's a show for everyone.

Campus-wide festivals that bring people together -- Homecoming, Winter Carnival and Springfest.

Screening at 7:00 pm Friday & Saturday with a 2:00 pm showing on Saturday and Sunday.  Admission to all campus films (except as noted) is free with a valid Blugold ID Card or International Film Society membership card.  Community members interested in attending a screening must first purchase an annual International Film Society membership at the Service Center  in Davies Center, $4 for individual memberships and $10 for family. For more information call 836-4833 or the the Service Center at 836-3727.
 

HIGHERGROUND
In its most basic sense, Higherground is a student-run night club. Higherground functions in three ways: a restaurant, a lounge, and a night club.

Committee members select and publicize a wide variety of events including comedians, hypnotists, magicians, musicians, theater, guest artists, International and Chancellor's Roundtables, lecturers, discussion groups and much more.

Check out the schedule at: http://www.blugolds.com/sports/general/schedules

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