Seven Black Hawk helicopters will touch down on West Campus today, i the weather permits.Te Kansas Army National Guard pilots will be here to pick up the KU Army ROC cadets or a weekend training at Fort Riley. Having special permission rom the city and the University, the helicopters will land on the Shenk Sports Complex, located at 23rd and Iowa.It’s the ﬁrst time the Black Hawks will actually ﬂy over campus, said Howard ing, a senior rom Galloway, N.J. Usually, the helicopters use the Lawrence airport, but with special permission rom the city and the University, the helicopters will ﬂy in ormation overhead as they come pick the cadets up or training. Te Combined Field raining Exercise is an opportunity or KU Army ROC to train with cadets rom neighboring schools. “Basically we play Army and learn how the procedures in the Army are, how to ollow orders and keep track o orders. It’s like a small deployment,” said William rout, a reshman Army ROC cadet rom Basehor. “It’s a really good opportunity to learn, and you learn by trial and error, like you would in a real situation.” It will include patrol training in various settings, night and land navigation courses at Fort Riley, as well as pre-ﬂight training on-site on boarding and dismounting the aircrafsaely. With 125 cadets participating in training, the Black Hawks will actually make two trips to transport the cadets, at 1 and 3 p.m. Anyone can come by to watch the Black Hawks land and take oﬀ. Families o the cadets are also invited to see their children aboard the Black Hawk. “For us, it’s just how you get rom point A to point B in the real Army, so we are practicing that,” rout said. “But it’s also kind o cool to roll out in aBlack Hawk.” Spectators are not allowed on the ﬁeld or saety, but can stay in an area next to the parking lot oﬀ Crestline Drive andClinton Parkway.
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Human Migration Lecture
Chickens coming “home to roost”: U.S. Policy Spurring Mexican and Central American Migration
Noon to 1 p.m.
Spooner Hall, The CommonsThe Department of Anthropology brings the latest lecture exploring human migration from social, eco-nomic, demographic and biological perspectives. Free to attend.
Ecology Seminar: John Head, University of Kansas
12:15 p.m. to 1:15 p.m.
130 Higuchi Biosciences Center
A seminar from the Depart-ment of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology titled “Global Legal Regimes to Protect the World’s Grasslands.”
5th Annual Mid-America Humanities Conference
Noon to 5:30 p.m.
A conference for under-graduate and graduate research sponsored by the Humanities and Western Civ. program. Also takes place on Friday, April 4, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the Kansas Union.
Subversive play in the classroom: The power of immersion in learning
Noon to 1 p.m.
135 Budig Hall
A seminar with Peter Felten of Elon University and Leslie Tuttle of the KU Department of History. Attendance is free, and lunch will be provided if registered by April 2. To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Watson Library, 4th Floor
The KU Writing Center presents an intensive day of writing in Watson Library. Workshops and one-on-one sessions with a research librarian or writing consultant will be available.
More Than You Know: A Helen Morgan Cabaret
Robert Baustian Theatre, Murphy Hall
In a special beneﬁt perfor-mance for the Friends of the Theatre (FROTH) Student Enrichment Fund, Lauren Stanford, KU alumna and 2013 Metrostar winner, returns to Murphy Hall for one night.
: Kansas Virtuosi Concert
Swarthout Recital Hall, Murphy Hall
A musical showcase fea-turing KU School of Music faculty artists. Event is free and open to the public.
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