Today at noon is “Cuba: Today and Tomorrow,” with Carmen Nora Hernandez Chavez. Learn about this pivotal moment in U.S.-Cuban relations; hear about Cuban communities’ priorities for new economic and political policies; and understand how changes in embargo, the travel ban, and the terrorist list could affect life for Cuban and U.S. citizens. Free and open to all, this is today at noon at 260 Bascom Hall on the UW campus, 500 Lincoln Drive. For more info, call 262-0616.
“The Constructions of the Ruins: The Consequences of Our Choice equals A Culture of Eternal Waste,” by Victor Castro, is currently on display at the Interactive Science Exhibition Center at Edgewood College. This is open through March 31st from 8am to 6pm at Sonderegger Science Center, 1000 Edgewood College Drive. More info at ecgallery.edgewood.edu.
Street Pulse seeks innovative ways to alleviate and raise awareness of homelessness and poverty. Volunteers are needed to write, interview, edit and fundraise. Street Pulse meets Sundays at 6pm at the Memorial Union. Check Today in the Union for room location. More info at streetpulsenews.org