, 9:25AM : Tuttle Chapel Center Hall - 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 roughly 9:35 or 9:40. All are welcome.
Pre-Health Advisors Meeting
, 12:00PM - 1:00PM : 319 Hays Hall - Jill Rogers and Laura Wysocki invite faculty advisors to a brief session for information about advising students interested in the health professions. free and open to the public
for more information: Laura Wysocki 361-6262
Math & CS Colloquium
, 12:10PM : 104 Goodrich Hall - William Green, Rose-Hulman
, 4:15PM : Goodrich Room Lilly Library
The Next Montgomery County
, 6:00PM - 8:30PM : Crawfordsville Public Library - THE NEXT MONTGOMERY COUNTY: A COMMUNITY CONVERSATION ABOUT QUALITY OF PLACE
Hosted by the Wabash Democracy and Public Discourse
At this event, community members will come together and discuss ways that we can improve our city and county for the future. We will hold two conversations, one on February 28 and one on March 3, and community members can attend either event. For more information, see https://sites.google.com/site/mccommunityconversations/
This event is sponsored by Wabash Democracy and Public Discourse, an initiative of Wabash College, and has been made possible through a grant from Indiana Humanities in cooperation with the National Endowment for the Humanities. free and open to the public
for more information: Sara Drury 6393
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VAS presents Purdue Symphonic Band
, 8:00PM : Salter Concert Hall Fine Arts Center - The Visiting Artists Series presents the Purdue University Symphonic Band in concert at 8:00 PM on Tuesday, March 3 in the Salter Concert Hall, Fine Arts Center. The band is under the direction of Assistant Professor of Music Ishbah Cox.
The Symphonic Band will perform two of the best-known works for wind band—the English Folk Song Suite by Ralph Vaughan Williams and Roger Nixon’s Reflections. Written in 1923, the Folk Song Suite was Vaughan Williams’ first work for military band. Nixon was a student of the 20th-century composer Arnold Schoenberg and composed Reflections in 1965. The band will perform El Capitan, one of John Phillip Sousa’s finest marches. Two newer works by composers David Gorham and Brant Karrick will also be on the program. The Symphonic Band will feature Wabash College’s Adjunct Instructor of Trumpet and Pleasant Hill Elementary Music Teacher, Mr. Chad Downey.
Members of the Symphonic Band are selected by audition and are musicians who are committed to a high level of musicianship and performing excellence. The Symphonic Band presents a variety of challenging new works for wind band, as well as the standard and core repertoire within the wind band literature. The students in Purdue’s Band and Orchestra Department do not major in music, but continue a lifelong passion for music while studying a variety of disciplines, including Agriculture, Management, Education, and the Liberal Arts. Seventy percent of the student musicians performing in the Department are majoring in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). The Department boasts over 700 students in its ensembles—Jazz Bands, Orchestras, Concert Bands, and athletic pep bands. The Visiting Artist Series is funded in part by the Tippecanoe Arts Federation, the Indiana Arts Commission, and the National Endowment for the Arts. free and open to the public; tickets are required
for more information: Fine Arts Center Box Office 765-361-6411