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8:00 am8:00 pm
5V5 Indoor Cricket

Compete in CRWC’s Intramural Sports 5V5 Indoor Cricket Tournament. The tournament will span four weeks of play. Register by 11 p.m. on 1/29, and play begins 2/7.

8:00 am6:00 pm
Exploring the Night Sky at Brazos Bend State Park

Find your next adventure with CRWC Outdoor Adventure by stargazing at Brazos Bend. On this trip, you will explore the night sky on a hike through 1.7-miles of lush greenery and beautiful marsh wetlands as the evening turns to night.

12:00 pm1:00 pm
QPR Suicide Prevention Training

QPR training helps the UH Coog community learn how to ask the suicide question; how to persuade the person to contact help, and how to identify referral options. At UH we look out for each other.

12:00 pm
CEO Squaretable

CEO Squaretable is a monthly lunch event for our tenant CEOs

3:00 pm4:30 pm
Ethics Speaker Series: Tamler Sommers

Tamler Sommers is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Houston and holds a joint appointment with the Honors College. He is also co-director of Phronesis: A Program in Politics and Ethics, an interdisciplinary minor at UH. He teaches primarily in ethics, political philosophy, and the philosophy of law, specializing in issues relating to free will, moral responsibility, punishment, and revenge.

7:30 pm9:00 pm
Jazz Festival: Jazz Ensemble & Jazz Orchestra

The Moores School Jazz Festival features the Moores School Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Orchestra featuring Johnny Gonzales, saxophone; Dennis Dodson, trumpet; and Armin Marmolejo, trombone.

8:00 pm10:00 pm
Spirits to Enforce by Mickle Maher

The outrageous and eccentric superheroes of Fathom Town are stationed in their submarine underneath Fathom Bay. Are they fighting crime? Not really! 

They’re doing a telethon to raise money for their production of The Tempest. In their conversations with the citizens of the town, the story of The Tempest re-emerges as their own, creating a daring and hilarious new vision of Shakespeare’s classic. A modern surrealist classic from one of America’s most inventive playwrights, Mickle Maher, who also directs this production.