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Tip of the week: Did you know students can participate in all group exercise classes at the Student Recreation and Wellness Center, or use any of the equipment, for free? It’s true. You can even get an exercise prescription. Stop by the SRWC today.

Want to know what's going on this week?

Check out the university calendar! You can share events you choose to an Outlook or Google calendar so you never miss a thing.

Wednesday, Jan. 21

Have you checked out the great new exhibits at Mulvane Art Museum? New works by Daniel Coburn, master works from the museum's collection and Drift & Drag: Reflections on Water all are on display now. You don't want to miss them!

The Center for Teaching and Learning offers Webinar Wednesday at noon and Washburn Tech hosts an open house from 3-5 p.m. today.

Washburn Student Government Association meets tonight, and every Wednesday, in the Kansas Room of the Memorial Union.

Thursday, Jan. 22

The Washburn Alumni Association hosts a Top of the Tower luncheon in Downtown Topeka.

Celebrate Welcome Back Week with a free concert by Austin Renfroe.

Friday, Jan. 23

Today is your last chance to change grade status of a course or to enroll in a class without your instructor's permission. Take care of business on MyWashburn.

Welcome prospective Ichabods who are visiting today for Senior Day and Junior Day!

Saturday, Jan. 24

Head to the Mulvane ArtLab today and make something!

No events are scheduled for Sunday, Jan. 25.

Monday, Jan. 26

Celebrate Union Daze with free Pepsi product sampling.

Tuesday, Jan. 27

Stay on campus tonight! Play a board game while you eat dinner, stop by the Crane Observatory open house for a great view of the night sky and check out Magician Peter Boie.

Want to see The Interview? Join Phi Alpha Theta, the history honorary society, for a free screening at 7 p.m. in Henderson 112.

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Got suggestions or an event you would like to see on the next Bod Talk? If it relates to a campus organization or other university business, submit your event and let us know. Have a great week!