Greek Lawn. 6 p.m. — 12 a.m. A benefit concert for Lou Gehrig’s Disease will be held here tonight. The music ends at midnight, but you don’t have to go home. Pitch your tent and stay the night. Cost: Free.
Relay for Life
Gordon Field House. 12 p.m. Yup, it’s the annual track-walking, cancer-curing Relay for Life. Stay up for 24 hours solid and help the American Cancer Foundation find a cure. Cost: As many donations as you can muster.
Lovin’cup. 7 — 9 p.m. Relax and prepare for the coming week with Sunday Night Jazz at lovin’cup featuring the gang from Moondance. They’ll play your old favorites and take your requests. Cost: Free.
Humans vs. Zombies
Outside. All day. That old RIT favorite, HvZ, returns for the spring season. Break out your Nerf gun and lay waste to some zombies. Note: Having to walk all the way around campus is not an excuse to be late to class. Cost: Dodging green bandanas on your way to class.
Your apartment or dorm. 4:20 p.m. Take advantage of the NORML sponsored holiday and stock up on all of your favorite snacks and munchies. Cost: You can bet Public Safety will be on high alert today.
SG Elections BBQ
Infinity Quad. 12 — 2:30 p.m. Elections and BBQs go together like squirrels and trees… Oh, they don’t really? Well, it’s free food, so stop arguing. Cost: Free.
The world. All day. Celebrate the 40th anniversary of Earth Day by getting outside and cleaning up the world. Or just enjoy the spring-y goodness. While you’re out, stop by the Louise Slaughter Center for Integrated Manufacturing Study (CIMS) to see displays about what RIT is doing to save the planet. Cost: Free.