October 03, 2013
Thursday, October 3rd, is the final date to drop a first half semester course with a “W”. First half semester classes may not be dropped during the remainder of the semester. THIS MUST BE DONE IN THE REGISTRAR’S OFFICE. The change must be made using the add/drop slip and must be signed by your advisor and the instructor of the class(es) to be dropped.
Chapel Talk: Jonathan Baer: Chapel , 11:15AM
This week's Chapel Talk will be given by Professor Jonathan Baer with his talk entitled "Seeking Your Vocation."
Public Forum Facilitators Practice: Fine Arts Center 206, 12:00PM
Public Forum Facilitators Practice Sessions
Welcome Reception in San Francisco for President Greg Hess When: Thursday, October 3, 2013 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Where: John Pence Gallery 750 Post Street, San Francisco, CA 94109 Cost: Light hors d’oeuvres and open bar To respond, simply call Michele Ward by September 16th at 765-361-6369 or email her at email@example.com
AMPED and Cru 1st of Month Meeting.: Allen Athletics and Recreation Center Allen Center Classroom, 7:00PM - 7:30PM
Come join the men of AMPED and Cru for their monthly combined meeting. This week's speaker is Pastor Terry Thompson of Rock Point Church here in Crawfordsville. We look forward to seeing you for this time of food, fellowship, and a challenge from God's Word. AMPED (Athletes Making Plays Every Day)is affiliated with Athletes in Action and Cru is part of Campus Crusade for Christ. Together they make up Wabash Christian Men. See you there!...
Film Screening: Quartier Mozart: Fine Arts Center Korb Classroom, 7:30PM
A film screening of Jean-Pierre Bekolo's "Quartier Mozart" will take place on Thursday, October 3 at 7:30 p.m. in Korb Classrom. The film is sponsored by the Modern Language deparment.
Visiting Author Talk: Neil Perry: Center Hall 215, 8:00PM
Poet Nathaniel Perry public reading will be in Center Hall 215 at 8:00PM, Thursday, October 3rd. He will be reading from his new book Nine Acres.
Wabash Theater: Wild Oats: Fine Arts Center Ball Theater, 8:00PM
Switching the locale of the action from the drawing room of John O’Keefe’s Restoration England to the saloons of the Old West, and transforming the characters from scheming servants and lustful gentry to music hall girls and stalwart cavalrymen, playwright James McLure holds onto the hilariously convoluted structure that has made the original play a timeless delight. As Variety puts it: “Plot elements include standard mistaken identities, long lost son reunited with parents, evil landlord foreclosing at the drop of a tumbleweed, a crusty colonel who’s planted progeny all over the wild west, a hero who stops a speeding train with one hand, a foppish son who’s been kicked out of more military schools than he can count, ad histrionicum.” And so it goes—resulting happily enough, in a slam-bang, wildly funny farce which provides both a field day for performers and an experience of sheer delight for audiences.
Carmike Capri Cinema 8 Show Schedule: 205 Dry Branch Drive