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Hang out with friends at these fun events!

Monday, Feb. 26

Celebrate Black History Month: "My Encounters with Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X"

3:30 p.m. The Department of History presents John H. Bracey Jr., PhD, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, in Kayser Auditorium, Hankamer Academic Building. For a full schedule of Black History Month events, visit baylor.edu/multicultural.

Movie Mondays: I, Tonya

7 p.m. Visit the downtown Waco Hippodrome for a free screening of the Oscar-nominated film, I, Tonya. Tickets are required for entry and can be picked up with a student ID at the Hippodrome Box Office or Baylor Ticket Office.

Women's Basketball v. West Virginia

8 p.m. The Lady Bears will shoot for an undefeated conference record as they take on West Virginia for the last home game of the season at the Ferrell Center.

Tuesday, Feb. 27

Anna Villarreal, LifeStory Health

3:30 p.m. Anna Villarreal, founder and CEO of LifeStory Health and strong advocate for women's healthcare, will present "Novel Approaches to Diagnosis and Treatment of Women's Disease" in Room D109 of the Baylor Sciences Building.

Celebrate Black History Month: The Lost Tapes: Malcolm X

4 p.m. This Smithsonian Channel film tells the story of the man who, by any means necessary, willingly put his life at risk to bring change and equality to black America. The preview screening will take place in Kayser Auditorium, Hankamer Academic Building. A Q&A will follow. For a full schedule of Black History Month events, visit baylor.edu/multicultural.

Bella Voce with Men's Choir

7:30 p.m. The Bella Voce women's ensemble will perform alongside the Men's Choir, in preparation for the upcoming ACDA Southwest Division Conference, in Jones Concert Hall, Glennis McCrary Music Building.

Men's Basketball v. Oklahoma

8 p.m. The Bears will make a push for the NCAA tournament as they take on the Oklahoma Sooners at the Ferrell Center for their last home game.

Wednesday, Feb. 28

Federal Day

2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Learn about career paths with the federal government and network with agency professionals in the second-floor lobby of the BDSC.

Liberated: The New Sexual Revolution

7 p.m. Title IX, in partnership with Student Life, Health and Wellness, Spiritual Life and more, present this documentary film, produced by associate professor Sarah Jane Murray, PhD, about coming of age in today's young adult culture. Screening will take place at the Waco Hippodrome, a panel discussion with the film crew will follow.

Thursday, Mar. 1

Sam Houston the Texas Legend

11 a.m. Celebrate Sam Houston's 225th birthday and Texas Independence Day at the Mayborn Museum as history enthusiast Clifton Robinson educates and entertains with stories of the Republic of Texas.