What’s Happening at Wabash College — February

by Karen Handley

January 21, 2010

This monthly calendar is for the purpose of letting you know What's Happening on campus of Wabash College.
 
Continuing through February 19
Art Exhibit: Richard Koenig: Photographic Prevarications, Eric Dean Gallery, Fine Arts Center. The exhibit continues through February 19. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Free and open to the public)
 
3/Wednesday
7:30 p.m., Basketball vs. Earlham, Chadwick Court, Allen Center
 
4/Thursday
5 p.m., Tennis vs. Franklin, Collett Tennis Center
 
5/Friday
8 p.m., Concert by Rich Lehmann, Korb Classroom, Fine Arts Center (free and open to the public)
 
6/Saturday
9 a.m., Wrestling Midstates Conference Championships, Chadwick Court, Allen Center
8 p.m., Visiting Artists Series presents The Actor’s Gang: The Trial of Catonsville Nine, Ball Theater, Fine Arts Center (Free, but tickets are required)
 
7/Sunday
2 p.m., Basketball vs. Wooster, Chadwick Court, Allen Center
 
13/Saturday
9 a.m., Tennis vs. Ohio Wesleyan, Collett Tennis Center
1 p.m., Basketball vs. Oberlin, Chadwick Court, Allen Center (Free and open to the public)
4 p.m., Tennis vs. Earlham, Collett Tennis Center
 
15/Monday
8 p.m., 136th Baldwin Oratorical Contest, Korb Classroom, Fine Arts Center
 
18/Thursday
4:15 p.m., Faculty Recital by Emily Stanek, flute, and Grace Bauson, harp. Salter Concert Hall, Fine Arts Center
7 p.m., Malcolm X Institute Lecture Series by Mark Anthony Neal, Hays Hall, room 104. 
Mark Anthony Neal will give a talk on "In a Circle of Friends: Malcolm X and the Social Network of Possibility." A reception and book signing will follow his talk.
 
19/Friday
8 p.m., Student Recital, Salter Concert Hall, Fine Arts Center
 
20/Saturday
9 a.m., Tennis vs. Oberlin, Collett Tennis Center
1 p.m., Annual Alumni Basketball Game, Chadwick Court, Allen Center
3 p.m., Basketball vs. Kenyon, Chadwick Court
4 p.m., Tennis vs. Elmhurst, Collett Tennis Center
 
21/Sunday
 
24/Wednesday-27/Saturday
8 p.m., Wabash Theater performance of Terra Nova, Ball Theater, Fine Arts Center (Free, but tickets are required)
 
27/Saturday
9 a.m., Tennis vs. Illinois Wesleyan, Collett Tennis Center
4 p.m., Senior Lecture/Recital: Patrick Griffith, piano, Salter Concert Hall, Fine Arts Center
4 p.m., Tennis vs. Marian, Collett Tennis Center
8 p.m., Wabash Theater performance of Terra Nova, Ball Theater, Fine Arts Center (Free, but tickets are required)
 
28/Sunday
12 p.m., JV Baseball vs. Indiana Tech, Mud Hollow Field
 

 
This monthly calendar is for the purpose of letting you know What’s Happening on the campus of Wabash College. In celebration of the arts at Wabash, admission to all events on this year’s Visiting Artists Series and Theater productions are FREE. However, you must reserve your FREE tickets at the Fine Arts Box Office before attending Visiting Artists Series and Theater productions.
 
Tickets are available from the Fine Arts Box Office Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon and 1:30 to 4 p.m. The Box Office will open 90 minutes before curtain time for theater and VAS events. For phone reservations, call 765-361-6411. If you have any further questions, call Karen Handley at 765-361-6396 or e-mail me at handleyk@wabash.edu
 

Wabash College is a private liberal arts college for men located in Crawfordsville, Indiana and was founded in 1832. Long known as one of the nation's finest liberal arts colleges, Wabash is home to the Center of Inquiry in the Liberal Arts and also is included in Loren Pope’s book, Colleges That Change Lives. Visit www.wabash.edu for more information. For a more complete description of each event go to the Wabash College Calendar Web site at: www.wabash.edu/calendar

 


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