What’s Happening at Wabash College — March

by Karen Handley

February 25, 2010

This monthly calendar is for the purpose of letting you know What's Happening on campus of Wabash College.
 
1/Monday
8-9:30 p.m., Art Exhibit Opening of “Stake Your Claim!” by Jeff Eisenberg and Kristen Wilkins, Eric Dean Gallery, Fine Arts Center. The exhibit continues through April 9 (Closed during Spring Break)
 
2/Tuesday
3 p.m., Gallery Talk by Jeff Eisenberg and Kristen Wilkins, Eric Dean Gallery, Fine Arts Center
8 p.m., Reading by award-winning fiction writer Benjamin Percy, Lovell Lecture Room 101, Baxter Hall.
 
4/Thursday
7 p.m., Lecture by W. Fitzhugh Brundage, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, will give a guest talk on the “History of Torture in the United States,” Lovell Lecture Room 101, Baxter Hall.
 
March 6-14
Spring Break
 
16/Tuesday
4 p.m., Baseball vs. Franklin, Mud Hollow Field
 
19/Friday
8 p.m., Fine Arts Scholarship & Honor Scholarship Concert, Salter Concert Hall, Fine Arts Center
The Wabash College Music Department will offer its annual Fine Arts and Honor Scholarship Weekend Concert in Salter Hall. The Friday evening concert will feature four Music Department ensembles: Wamidan (world music ensemble), Brass Ensemble, Jazz Band, and Glee Club.
 
20/Saturday
9 a.m., Tennis vs. Lake Forest, Collett Tennis Center
10 a.m., Track & Field — J.O. Huntsman Relays
4 p.m., Tennis vs. Manchester, Collett Tennis Center
 
21/Sunday
4 p.m., Glee Club Campus Concert, Salter Concert Hall, Fine Arts Center
Following their Spring Break Concert Tour to Illinois, Ohio, and Kentucky, the Wabash Glee Club will perform several sacred selections, spirituals, and Irish and Scottish tunes. In addition, emeritus professor John Zimmerman will present photo highlights from this year’s concert tour. The Sunday concert is free and open to the public.
 
22/Monday
8 p.m., Poetry Reading by Aracelis Girmay, room 216, Center Hall.
Girmay will read from her book, Teeth, and will have a book signing following her reading.
 
25/Thursday
4:15 p.m., Women’s History Month Lecture by Victoria Brown, Lovell Lecture Room 101, Baxter Hall.
 
27/Saturday
9 a.m., Tennis — Kerry Seward Invitational, Collett Tennis Center
12 p.m., Baseball vs. Wittenberg, Mud Hollow Field
8 p.m., Glee Club and the University of Indianapolis Women’s Chorus Concert, Salter Concert Hall, Fine Arts Center
 
28/Sunday
9 a.m., Tennis — Kerry Seward Invitational, Collett Tennis Center
12 p.m., Baseball vs. Wittenberg, Mud Hollow Field
 
All events are free and open to the public.
 

 

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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