The ever popular TEDxTucson series returns to the UA with "Intersections"— "exploring the intersections between First Nation traditions, culture and values, and modern life" this Friday, Oct. 30 in the Gallagher Theater. Hear from three different experts on the subject including Aaron White, a Grammy nominated musician who combines Native American sounds with modern day beats, Terrol De Johnson, founder of Tohono O'odham Community Action, and Aleena M. Hernandez, a professor of Public Health at UA. Student tickets start at just $10. More details? Go to the Facebook event page.