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Wabash Events Calendar

November 01, 2021

All event times are Eastern Time Zone unless otherwise specified.

Wabash has spent the summer taking appropriate measures to protect our campus community's health, and yet we cannot predict what public health conditions might be two weeks or two months from now. To that end, we expect our alumni, parents, and guests to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 prior to coming to campus for events and activities. (If you cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons, please let us know and we will try to make the appropriate arrangements to protect your health.)
Face masks are required for all unvaccinated persons while indoors on the Wabash campus. Face masks are also required when 50 or more people are gathered indoors, regardless of vaccination status.


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Monday, November 1

Neuroscience Minor Info Session: Baxter Hall 114 Classroom, 12:00PM - 1:00PM

Neuroscience minor info session

Search the library catalog like a boss: Lilly Library 1832 Brew Lounge, 4:15PM - 5:00PM

Come learn advanced searching in the library catalog and find the resources you need with ease!

Student Senate: Lilly Library Goodrich Room, 7:30PM - 9:30PM

Student Senate will meet every Monday evening at 7:30 in the Goodrich Seminar Room at Lilly Library. Student Senate is open to all Wabash College Students. Under Article VII, Section 6 of the Constitution of the Student Body of Wabash College, students are guaranteed an open senate of every non-executive session.

John Charles Lecture - Robin Jensen: Hays Science Hall 104 Class of 1951 Lecture Hall, 8:00PM - 9:00PM

"Destroying the Old Gods: Sacred Images and Idols at the End of the Fourth Century CE"

Professor Jensen’s research and publications focus on the relationship between early Christian art and literature and examine the ways that visual images and architectural spaces should be regarded as modes of theological expression. Her publications contend that visual images do much more than interpret sacred texts; they also enhance liturgical settings, reflect the nature and content of devotional piety, and explicate ritual practices. She teaches courses on late antique Christian and Jewish art, the history and evolution of Christian architecture, and controversies over images and idols in ancient and early medieval Christianity. Her current book project, From Idols to Icons, discusses visual representations of divine beings and controversies over the miraculous power of saints' shrines and relics.

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