11 a.m. -- The Carolina Electronic Music Symposium and UNC Dance Marathon present a day of music and breakdancing in the Pit. The event will last until 4 p.m. and showcase many of UNC's most talented DJs and breakdancers.
noon -- The Sonja H. Stone Black Cultural Center will be hosting the film "Boma Tervuren, The Journey" in Union 208-209. The film is the third in a series being presented this month as part of the Diaspora Film and Discussion series.
1 p.m. -- The Curriculum in Medieval Studies is hosting a lunchtime colloquium called "Notes from the Marriage Court: Honor, Fathers and Children in Quatrrocento Venice" in 569 Hamilton Hall. It will be hosted by history Professor Stanley Chojnacki. Cookies and beverages will be provided.
4 p.m. -- The International Center presents the Class of '38 Summer Abroad Fellowship information session, a question and answer opportunity for all sophomores and juniors interested in learning more about this $3,500 award to pursue their own project abroad for the summer of 2002. It will take place in Union 210. For more information, contact the International Center, 962-5661.
6 p.m. -- Theta Nu Xi Multicultural sorority, Inc. would like to invite all interested women to an information session this evening in 302 Dey Hall. For information, contact Alicia East at firstname.lastname@example.org.
6:15 p.m. -- Come to the Habitat for Humanity meeting until 7 p.m. in 103 Bingham Hall. We will discuss upcoming chances to serve and the upcoming Spring Break trip to Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
6:30 p.m. -- Sex, love and romance around the world: Join the United Nations Organization for an exploration of these themes in your favorite foreign films in 213 Graham Memorial.
7 p.m. -- Tonight on Carolina Week: In light of recent assaults on the Duke campus, we'll look at safety at Carolina's residence halls. Plus, why Dance Marathon is struggling to raise money this year and why teacher applications are up. Today on Channel 2 in the residence halls and Thursday at 7:30 p.m. on Channel 8 in Orange County.
7 p.m. -- On the top floor of New West, The Hill will be holding its first interest meeting. The Hill is a new political review just beginning on campus that is looking for writers and staff.