April 17, 2013
Seniors - Check-Out Card Pick Up: Center Hall Business Office, 1st floor
Monday, April 15 through Friday, May 3
Check-Out Card Pick Up — Pick up your check-out card from Terri Fyffe in the Business Office in Center Hall.
Each senior must return his completed forms and checkout card to the Deans’ Office no later than Wednesday, May 9, 2012. Students need to be aware of the policy regarding fulfillment of senior requirements: Visit http://www.wabash.edu/bulletin/home.cfm?site_code_id=962
Candidates for the degree who fail to complete all of these requirements in a timely fashion will not be allowed to participate in Commencement, nor will their transcripts be released.
Wednesday Religious Chapel: Center Hall Tuttle Chapel, 10:00AM
Each Wednesday that classes are in session, a brief Christian service is held in Tuttle Chapel, second floor of Center Hall. It runs from 10:00 am. until 10:10 am. All are welcome.
Wabash Wellness Biggest Loser: Allen Athletics and Recreation Center Servies Wrestling Room, 11:00AM - 12:45PM
Weigh-ins will be held in the wrestling room in the Allen Center on every Wednesday from 11:00 A.M. until 12:45 P.M. from January 30 to April 24.
Women on Campus Luncheon: Detchon Center International Hall, 12:00PM
"Great Read" organized by Beth Swift
Real World: Building Credit: Goodrich Hall 104, 12:15PM - 1:00PM
Come hear Shawna Hanisch from IFCU bank discuss various methods of building credit. Learn about your credit score, what it’s needed for and how to build it up!A light pizza lunch will be provided. The sign up deadline for this event is 04/16/2013. For additional information, click here: http://wally.experience.com/er/cso/calendar/event_profile.jsp?hnd=445167 RSVP in Wabash Works
Baseball at Anderson: Anderson, IN, 3:00PM
Tennis vs. DePauw: Collett Tennis Center, Crawfordsville, 4:30PM
APO Meeting: Baxter Hall 101 (Lovell Lecture Room), 7:00PM
Theater Production: Jitney: Fine Arts Center Ball Theater, 8:00PM
Jitney by August Wilson; directed by Professor Dwight Watson.
Penned by late Pulitzer prize-winning playwright August Wilson, Jitney dramatizes the lives of several African-American men hustling to make a living as jitneys--unofficial, unlicensed taxi cab drivers living in Pittsburgh during the 1970s. As urban renewal threatens to board up the jitney station, men share stories and gossip, two young lovers fight for their future, and the station owner confronts his long-estranged son. Wilson illuminates the human condition with an exquisite sense of the poetry of ordinary life. ''Jitney holds its audience in charmed captivity.” --The New York Times.
Carmike Capri Cinema 8 Show Schedule: 205 Dry Branch Drive