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HAVE A FUN AND SAFE   HOMECOMING/FAMILY WEEKEND!      GO CARDINALS!  

Announcing the Writing Programs’ 2010 ANNIE SONNENBLICK EVENING with film critic MOLLY HASKELL Introductions by Michael Roth and Jeanine Basinger Wednesday, March 24 8 PM Memorial Chapel Molly Haskell has served as film critic for The Village Voice, New York Magazine, and Vogue, and written for many publications including The New York Times, The Guardian, […]

David Henry Hwang “WRITE WHAT YOU (DON’T) KNOW”  Wednesday, March 3 at 7 p.m. Memorial Chapel Free Admission   On behalf of the Theater Department and the CFA, I invite you to David Henry Hwang’s talk, which is co-sponsored by the Albritton Center for the Study of Public Life and the Baldwin Fellows Fund, The […]

Competition Between the Classes Thursday, February 18, 7:00 p.m. Crowell Concert Hall Prizes for Best in Class & Best in Show & Judges’ Choice And the Performers…in No Particular Order Waltrus Hunters Henry Keily Genelle Faulkner Men with Bad Manners Emma Daniels Clark 3 Jam Lu Yang Bones Complex DJ Swanrape Alex Hunt The Little […]

Friday & Saturday Night

Second Stage presents: Frosh Project: Two Nights of Short Plays Friday, February 5 and Saturday, February 6, 8PM ‘92 Theater (on College Row) All-frosh casts and tech teams. Come support your classmates! Shows are free and non-ticketed, just show up!  

Hello to the Class of 2013, A.  Wed., Feb. 3:  Drop/Add Deadline, Academic Skills Workshop, and First-Year Focus 1.  Yes, the 3rd is the last day to drop or add classes, so review your course schedule for accuracy and make sure you have selected the correct grading mode option.  After the 3rd, you may withdraw […]

Second Stage presents: Frosh Project: Two Nights of Short Plays Friday, February 5 and Saturday, February 6, 8PM ’92 Theater (on College Row) All-frosh casts and tech teams. Come support your classmates! Shows are free and non-ticketed, just show up!

 Because When God Is Too Busy: Haiti, Me and The World A performance by Gina Athena Ulysse How did Haiti–the enfant terrible of the Americas become the bete noire of the region? This dramatic monologue considers how the past occupies the present. Ulysse weaves spokenword and Vodou chants to reflect on childhood memories, social (in)justice, […]

Want your photography to be the next to hang in the Usdan Center? In partnership with the Office of International Studies, the Usdan Art Committee is sponsoring a second photo contest for study abroaders, international students, and others who have spent substantive time abroad. As with the international photo contest of the past, photos will […]

Musical Madness

Calling all musicians and singers… MUSICAL MADNESS A Musical Competition Between the Classes Thursday, February 18, 2010 Crowell Concert Hall 7 p.m. Prizes for Best in Class and Best in Show acoustic, electric or a capella original or cover ensemble* or solo GET YOUR ACT TOGETHER & FEEL THE LOVE Stay tuned for more info… […]

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