March 04, 2014
Sophomore Interviews will be taking place in the Dean of Students Office January 20, through March 7, 2014. This is the time Sophomores will declare their major and minor, and/or area of concentration, as well as reflect on their Wabash experience thus far. Sophomores can schedule an appointment online at www.wabash.edu/interviews.
Tuesday Chapel: Center Hall Tuttle Chapel, 9:25AM
During the academic year, each Tuesday morning that classes are in session, a brief Christian service is held in Tuttle Chapel, second floor of Center Hall. It runs from 9:25 a.m. until 9:35. All are welcome.
Wabash Wellness Seminar: Baxter Hall 101 (Lovell Lecture Room), 11:10AM
“Healthy Eating for Life” – Lindsay Langford (St. Vincent’s Sports Performance)
The Write Stuff: Malcolm X Institute 109, 11:10AM - 12:00PM
The Write Stuff, March 4, 18, and 25. 11:10 am to 12 noon in MXI 109.
IFC Meeting: Student Senate Room, 11:10AM
Fraternity Presidents Meeting: 11:45AM
RA Meeting: 11:45AM
Math & CS Colloquium: Goodrich Hall 104, 12:10PM - 1:00PM
Faculty Meeting: Lilly Library Goodrich Room, 4:15PM
Pacers Student/Alumni Networking: Indianapolis, 5:30PM
Pacers Student/Alumni Networking Event at Pacers Game in Indy.
Figure Drawing Sessions: Fine Arts Center A133, 7:00PM
The Art Department invites anyone interested in drawing the human form to come participate!
The Figure Drawing Sessions will be held on Tuesday evenings from 7-10 pm in the Fine Arts Center, room A133.
Sessions are free and open to everyone; you do not need to be enrolled in a class to partake! Participants work at their own pace, in their own style, without formal instruction.
Newsprint and charcoal will be provided; if you would like to use other materials, please feel free to bring your own.
Auditions for Stage Lights: Fine Arts Center Ball Theater & Experimental Theater, 7:00PM
Auditions March 3 and 4 for Stage Lights by Jack Moore, directed by Jessie Mills.
Student Senate: 7:00PM
Film Screening: Freedom Writers: Fine Arts Center Korb Classroom, 7:00PM
You are invited to join Professor Warren Rosenberg and Quests and Questions for a screening of Freedom Writers. Freedom Writers is based off the true story of a Long Beach teacher, Erin Gruwell, who uses the writings of Anne Frank and Zlata's Diary to teach her students not only the English language, but the compassion and tolerance needed to break down the social barriers that perpetuate horrible violence in the lives of her students. Later, Gruwell invites her students to tell their own stories of daily violence. Freedom Writers demonstrates how one woman's talents and efforts in her field met the needs of a community and impacted the lives of her students.
Please join us Tuesday March 4, 2014, at 7pm in Korb Classroom. Following the film, Professor Rosenberg will lead a discussion on the film's representation of vocational questions and issues. Please join Professor Rosenberg and the Quest and Questions Club for an evening of entertainment, conversation, and discernment. Students may RSVP at Wabash Works, but all are welcome.
Carmike Capri Cinema 8 Show Schedule: 205 Dry Branch Drive