7–8 p.m. Mural Magazine launches its Primavera 2017 magazine, an issue that features poetry, art, and academic works as well as reflections on the ways that queerness is portrayed in Latin American media. Light refreshments will be served. Reynolds Club, South Lounge, free.
7:30–9 p.m. Join the a cappella group Unaccompanied Women as they celebrate the year in a concert named after their upcoming album, Ampersand. The show will feature songs both old and new, as well as an opening performance by Chicago Swing Dance Society. UChurch, $5 in advance, $7 at the door. Tickets available for purchase in Reynolds.
10 p.m.–12 a.m. Uncommon Nights presents a massive end-of-quarter study break, Around the World in Eighty Days. The night will feature an international array of performances, including Chicago Raas and Kojo Daiko, and an abundance of free food from pork buns to donuts. Hutchinson Courtyard, Free.
5–6:30pm. Celebrate the spring release of Blacklight Magazine as they launch their Activism Issue with live performances and an open-mic. Sanctuary Cafe, free.
7–9 p.m. Fire Escape Films is screening eight films made entirely by UChicago students this quarter. Doc Films, Ida Noyes. Free.
9 p.m.–12 a.m. Head to the Smart Museum on the first night of reading period to study for finals and gain inspiration from the surrounding galleries. Free pizza and coffee will be available. This event is part of a series of study sessions offered at campus arts centers during reading period. Smart Museum, free and open to UChicago students.
7:30–9:30 p.m. Looking for some rigorous inquiry? The Underground Collective asks, Where Do We Go? in its final performance of the quarter. The night will feature poems, music, dance, scenes, and collaborative art pieces. The Revival, $5 at the door.
7:30 p.m. Twenty sided dice. Gelatinous cubes. Dragon lairs. Attend the opening night of UT’s final spring production, She Kills Monsters, a play that explores the world of Agnes as she mourns the loss of her family and the fictional world of Dungeons and Dragons. Logan Center for the Arts, Theater West, June 1–3. $6 in advance, $8 at the door.
8–9:30 p.m. Voices in Your Head presents their final show of the year, ARISE. The performance will feature their set from International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella, which placed second in finals this past April. High school a cappella group Enharmonic Fusion from DeKalb will be joining the performance. Logan Center for the Arts, $10 general admission, $5 for students.
9–12 p.m. Take advantage of the many study nooks in Logan for one night only. Come eat midnight snacks and explore all nine floors of the building as you study at Logan Center. Logan Center for the Arts, free.
7:30–9 p.m. What’s 20 years old? Maybe you...but also the Ransom Notes! Join them for HAGS: The 20th Anniversary Concert as they play new and old songs, putting you in the perfect mood for your summer to begin. Logan Center for the Arts, $5 in advance, $8 at the door.