What’s Happening at Wabash College — April

by Karen Handley

March 30, 2010

This monthly calendar is for the purpose of letting you know What's Happening on campus of Wabash College.
 
Continuing
Art Exhibit -  “Stake Your Claim!” by Jeff Eisenberg and Kristen Wilkins, Eric Dean Gallery, Fine Arts Center. The exhibit continues through April 9
 
1/Thursday
8 p.m., Visiting Artists Series presents Imani Winds, Salter Concert Hall, Fine Arts Center. Free, but tickets are required
 
2/Friday
2 p.m., Baseball vs. Robert Morris College-Springfield, Mud Hollow Field.
 
3/Saturday
9 a.m., Tennis vs. Denison, Collett Tennis Center
12 p.m., Baseball vs. Robert Morris, Mud Hollow Field
 
6/Tuesday
8 p.m., Rogge Memorial Lecture by Dr. Samuel Peltzman, Baxter Hall, room 101
He will give a talk on "Pharmaceutical Regulation: A Matter of Life & Death"
 
7/Wednesday
8 p.m., Wamidan Concert, Salter Concert Hall, Fine Arts Center
 
9/Friday
8 p.m., Junior Recital by Tian Tian, Salter Concert Hall
 
10/Saturday
1 p.m., Alumni Soccer Game, Mud Hollow Field
 
12/Monday
8 p.m., Brigance Forum Lecture by Dr. John Sloop, Baxter Hall, room 101
Dr. John Sloop, Senior Associate Dean for the College of Arts and Science and Professor in the Department of Communication Studies at Vanderbilt University will present "It's Not Natural": Caster Semenya and the Race of Gender." A reception will follow his talk in the lobby of Baxter. 
 
14/Wednesday
4:30 p.m., Baseball vs. DePauw, Mud Hollow Field
 
15/Thursday
8 p.m., Poetry Reading by Marc Hudson, Korb Classroom, Fine Arts Center
Wabash College Professor Marc Hudson will be reading from his own work, a collection of old favorites and newer poems, in celebration of Earth Day 40. 
 
17/Saturday
1 p.m., Baseball vs. Denison, Mud Hollow Field
8 p.m., Jazz Band & Jazz Combo Concert, Salter Concert Hall, Fine Arts Center
 
18/Sunday
1 p.m., Baseball vs. Denison, Mud Hollow Field
 
19/Monday
8-9:30 p.m., Art Exhibit Opening of 2010 Senior Art Majors, Eric Dean Gallery, Fine Arts Center
The Art Department will present the work of six senior art majors. The artists include Miguel Aguilar (paintings), Juan Diaz (paintings), Korey Pazour (paintings), David Rosborough (painted constructions), Michael Scott (painting/installation), and Dan Sutton (photography/video). The 2010 Senior Art Majors Exhibition will be on display in the Eric Dean Gallery and will run from April 19 through May 16 with a public reception 8-9:30 p.m., Monday, April 19. 
 
21/Wednesday
8 p.m., Theater performance of The Tempest, Ball Theater, Fine Arts Center
 
22/Thursday
8 p.m., Theater performance of The Tempest, Ball Theater, Fine Arts Center
8 p.m., Brass & Woodwind Ensembles, Salter Concert Hall, Fine Arts Center
 
23/Friday
8 p.m., Theater performance of The Tempest, Ball Theater, Fine Arts Center
 
24/Saturday
9 a.m., Tennis vs. Illinois College, Collett Tennis Center
1 p.m., Lacrosse vs. Rose-Hulman, Mud Hollow Field
8 p.m., Theater performance of The Tempest, Ball Theater, Fine Arts Center
 
25/Sunday
7 p.m., Chamber Orchestra Concert, Salter Concert Hall, Fine Arts Center
 
26/Monday
The first Annual Lecture in honor of John F. Charles, delivered by William Cook, entitled: "The Head of St. Catherine of Siena."
 
27/Tuesday
5 p.m., Lacrosse vs. DePauw, Mud Hollow Field
8 p.m., Student Recital, Salter Concert Hall, Fine Arts Center
 
30/Friday
Classes End
 
 
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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