Calling all fighters! This event is dedicated to you! In the spirit of competition, we will have multiple fighting game tournaments. Super Smash and Street Fighter tournaments run all night, but if you have a tournament suggestion, message ASLC Gaming at FSU, and we might add your idea to the roster!
First lady. Fashion icon. Future widow. In 1963, Jackie Kennedy (Natalie Portman) must navigate her grief after the assassination of her husband, President John F. Kennedy. This biopic follows her life during this critical time and focuses on her interview with Life magazine.
R | 100 min | 2016
Academy Award Winner Barry Jenkins was born and raised in Miami, FL. A Florida State University graduate, Jenkins’ feature film debut, Medicine For Melancholy, was hailed as one of the best films of 2009 by The New York Times and received several Independent Spirit and Gotham Award nominations. This event will include a screening of Moonlight, Barry Jenkins’ highly acclaimed, 3-time Academy Award Winning (BEST PICTURE, BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY, BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR) feature film. Tickets for FSU Students and general public are available through the Fine Arts Ticket Office (tickets.fsu.edu). FSU Students are eligible for 1 free ticket per valid FSU Student ID.
The ASLC Game Committee and FSU’s Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) are co-hosting a LAN party! Join us all day Saturday as we take over the ASLC 101s with our PCs. You can expect tournaments and events in some great games like Overwatch, Doom, Team Fortress 2, League of Legends, and more!
This film chronicles the aftermath of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting as family and community members deal with loss, grief, and the inaction of Congress. The event will feature an introduction by Mayor Andrew Gillum’s Chief of Staff Dustin Daniels, as well as a discussion panel with University leaders and audience Q&A. Hosted in partnership with the Campaign to Keep Guns Off Campus, the Campaign to Defend Local Solutions, and the City of Tallahassee Office of the Mayor. Free ticket reservations. Free to the general public.
NR | 85 min | 2016
One of the greatest films ever made, this Oscar winning masterpiece stars Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. Presented on 35mm film, this movie is co-sponsored by the Institute on World War II and the Human Experience and is free to the general public. There will be an introduction before the film and a small reception afterwards.
PG | 102 min | 1942
Tue | Apr 4
6:00 PM in the Cyber Café
Come join us in the timeless hobby of tabletop board games. We will have classic card games, from Poker to Magic: The Gathering, as well as board games, old and new, including Dungeons & Dragons!