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Global Activism Expo

Coming up on April 30.  The Global Activism Expo will be a great event to check out at the UIC Forum from Noon-6:00.  This is a free event where you can “listen, learn, and get involved” with over 100 Chicago-area global activists (not to mention that there will be free music and food involved).  Learn more here

Knight Moves Chess Club

Just wanted to highlight for you on April 30 the upcoming spring open tournament of the Knight Moves Chess Club which has gone on in the past at Rudy Lozano Public Library.  Registration will begin from 9:00-9:30 AM after which there will be 5 rounds at: 10:00, 11:20, 1:00, 2:15 and 3:30 with an award ceremony at 4:30.  There will be two age categories:  14 & under and 15 & up.

The Chicago Colloquium

Do you find that you frequently wax philosophical, lost in the depths of abstract thought? Contemplating the meaning of life? Or the existence of other minds? Was Plato your childhood hero? If so…

The Chicago Colloquium, an informal monthly discussion group focusing on philosophical issues, extends an open invitation to its next I-Thou dialogue. The group meets on the 4th Friday of each month from 7:00-9:00 PM. Check it out at Barbara’s Bookstore at UIC. 1218 South Halsted Street.