October 25, 2012
All event times are Eastern Time Zone unless otherwise specified.
CareerFest: To Be Announced
CareerFest is a series of events for Wabash students centered on topics related to work, success, and values in every step of the four year plan. Whether you are deciding your major, thinking about internships, or about to graduate we have an event for you!
Chapel Talk: Kevin Marsh: Chapel , 11:15AM
Our Chapel speaker this week will be Kevin Marsh, Visiting Professor of Political Science, with his talk entitled "Wabash Men and the Real World: The Challenge of Leadership in Difficult Times"
Lafayette, IN Monthly Luncheon: 12:30PM
The Lafayette Association of Wabash Men invites you to attend its monthly luncheon at The Lafayette Brewing Company 622 Main Street Lafayette, IN
Thursday, October 25th – Evening at “The Post”. Please join us at 7:00PM on Thursday night for food and TWR at The Post Sports Bar and Grill. I hope that you will be able to come out and join the fun. This is a low-key event and very informal. The Post is located at 7372 Manchester Road (MO-100), aka Historic U.S. 66, a few blocks east of Big Bend Boulevard.
Insects as Food: Fine Arts Center Ball Theater, 7:30PM - 10:00PM
Did you know that insects are a healthy and environmentally friendly source of food? Insects are low in calories, high in protein and filled with all kinds of minerals necessary for a healthy diet. They're also environmentally friendly: To produce a pound of beef, farmers have to produce up to ten pounds of feed. Insect production is MUCH more efficient, which means we can devote our land and our resources to other things. With this in mind, join us in welcoming noted Purdue entomologist Dr. Tom Turpin for a presentation on Insects as Food. Wait! You say you don't eat insects?! Well, that's simply not true. The average American eats well over a pound of insects per year. They come included (and free of charge) in everything from peanut butter to fruit juice to cereal. Basically, almost every processed food we eat is filled with them. So, come out and learn about how eating insects can save the planet! This event is sponsored by the Visiting Lecture Committee. Light refreshments (ahem!) will be served.
AMC Classic Cinema 8 Show Schedule: 205 Dry Branch Drive