Java Wally’s Open Mic Night
Java Wally’s. 9 p.m. Take this opportunity to share your talents, or simply grab a warm beverage, sit back and enjoy the end of week seven with acoustic performances and poetry readings. Cost: Free.
Rock Band 2 Tournament
Clark B and C. SAU. 1 — 6 p.m. Looking for a chance to get out of your dorm room but still want to play “Rock Band” all day? Venture out to the SAU for a Saturday afternoon filled with games and tunes. Cost: Free.
Ingle Auditorium. 9 — 10 p.m. RIT Skeptics present Dan Barker as a part of their Skeptics Separation of Church and State series. Dan Barker is the co-president of the Freedom from Religion Foundation. Learn more at http://ffrf.org. Cost: Free.
Ingle Auditorium. 7 — 8 p.m. Tom Malinowski presents “Human Rights Advocacy in Washington, from Bush to Obama.” Prior assistant to President Bill Clinton, this human rights advocate is a frequent commentator on radio and television. Cost: Free.
Brick City Café. 12 — 1 p.m. Join in on the most outrageous Bingo game of your life. Professional Drag Queens Sam and DeeDee will perform. Good fun, great prizes and lots of laughs! Cost: Free.
“How to be an Ally”
Webb Auditorium. 8:30 — 10 p.m. Are you homosexual? Perhaps bisexual or transgender? Maybe even straight? This event is for everyone. The RIT Gay Alliance presents “How to be an Ally to the GLBT community,” as well as “How to be a better Ally to your straight Allies.”
Shaun of the Dead
Al Davis Room. SAU. CAB Thursday Night Cinema presents “Shaun of the Dead.” Get ready for Halloween with this silly spoof zombie film. Cost: Free.