* THURSDAY3 p.m.
The Jewish Student Group will hold an organization meeting in the Meditation Chapel across from the Powell Building. The meeting is open to all students, faculty and staff.
Psychologist Fred Carrington will give a lecture titled “Mental Health/Illness in Corrections” in Stratton Room 434.
Students Speaking Out Against Hate, Protection, Education and Advocacy will meet in Wallace Room 147.
The College of Health Sciences will host its Fall 2004 Career Day in the Keen Johnson Building. The event is open to all students, faculty and alumni.
FAB, which stands for food, activity and behavior, will meet at noon Friday in Crabbe Library Room 310 for an informational meeting and sign-up. The program, promoting weight loss, is free of charge for students, faculty and staff.
Sister Christine Vladimiroff will give a speech titled “From Crisis to Community, From Silence to Dialogue” at the Newman Center.
Chi Omega will host the Just Wish For It! Walk-For-Wishes to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Kentucky at the university’s track. A silent auction will also be held in addition to the fund-raising walk.
Sister Christine Vladimiroff will host a workshop called Politics and Religion: Moving from Argument to Discussion at the Newman Center.
The football team will take on Jacksonville State at Roy Kidd Stadium.
SUBS, a free supper and Bible study, will be held at the Baptist Student Union.
Elizabeth Bollinger Huxel’s exhibition “Machu Picchu: The Spirit of Place” will open at the Giles Gallery. Call the gallery at 622-8135 for hours.
There will be an informal discussion of current politics and free pizza in Herndon Lounge in the Powell Building. The discussion is open to all.
There will be a worship service at the Baptist Student Union.
The pre-law program will sponsor a seminar called Preparing for the LSAT in the Career Services Office’s media room in the Student Services Building.
AnimEKU, an organization focused on Japanese animation, will meet in the Adams Room of the Wallace Building.
EKU Theatre will present Henrik Ibsen’s “Hedda Gabler” nightly through Oct. 2 in Gifford Theatre. Tickets are $5 for students and senior citizens and $6 for other adults. Call 622-1323 between noon and 4 p.m. weekdays for tickets.
MANNA, a small-group Bible study, will be held at the Baptist Student Union.