April 19, 2013
All event times are Eastern Time Zone unless otherwise specified.
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.
IU Doctor of Physical Therapy: MS VanNuys Medical Science Bldg. Room: 326 635 Barnhill Dr. Indianapolis, IN 46202
Description: During this Open House, you will meet current students and alumni, interact with faculty, explore ongoing research at IU, and engage in hands-on activities in physical therapy. In addition, you’ll learn about how IU integrates clinical experience from Day 1, as well as the admission process. This is an excellent opportunity to learn more about the physical therapy profession and about the IU student experience.A full agenda will be provided in advance of the Open House. Please be prepared to travel to the downtown IUPUI campus; parking is available for a fee. Registration begins at 12:30 pm and closes at 1 pm.Register early! Due to space constraints, please no guests. Current college students and those holding college degrees are welcome.Information:http://events.iupui.edu/event/?event_id=8425Registration:http://shrs.iupui.edu/forms/rsvp/pt-openhouse.html The sign up deadline for this event is 04/19/2013. For additional information, click here: http://wally.experience.com/er/cso/calendar/event_profile.jsp?hnd=444493
Visiting Lecture by Chad Rector: Baxter Hall 101, 12:10PM
Chad Rector is a Professor of Politics at Marymount University who studies international security and nuclear proliferation, especially in East Asia. His lunchtime lecture will be on "China, the US, and the North Korean Nuclear Crisis". Dr. Rector is an engaging speaker who does fascinating work on some of the world's most volatile and important regions. A light lunch will be served for attendees.
Track & Field at Rose-Hulman: Terre Haute, IN, 4:00PM
Exhibit Opening: 2013 Senior Art Majors: Fine Arts Center Eric Dean Galleries, 6:00PM - 7:30PM
Wabash College senior art majors Patrick Alston, Joey Fogel, Sean Parchman, and Chase Tichenor will be exhibiting their art works in the Eric Dean Gallery in the Randolph Deer Art Wing of the Fine Arts Center from April 19 through May 12. An opening reception will be held Friday evening April 19 from 6-7:30 pm in the gallery. The public is encouraged to attend this opportunity to meet the four artists. The exhibit represents a final rite of passage for these talented men who have dedicated their academic focus to the visual arts. The works created by this year’s seniors include painting, mixed media, and digital photo collage. Patrick Alston’s mixed media work questions our cultural understanding of the American dream. Alston combines charcoal drawing, pattern, paint, and collage to illustrate common perceptions about living and working in America. Joey Fogel showcases a series of paintings, “The Story of African-American Patriots,” in which each painting features a lone African American soldier. Fogel’s work gives new meaning to our perceptions of the soldiers’ experiences in the military. Fogel’s father, a war hero, served as the inspiration for these paintings. Sean Parchman’s digital photo collages reflect on the issue of identity. As a Native American who wants to be a Buddhist and a techno-geek who believes in classical ideals, Sean uses these four contradictory “center points” of his being as a basis for imagery and technique in his art. Chase Tichenor’s paintings combine popular movie characters from different eras, both real and animated, that share similar underlying virtues. When juxtaposed in the same environment, these movie icons point to Hollywood’s representation of the human condition across time.
You Can't Take It With You - Vanity: 7:30PM - 10:30PM
You are invited to the Sugar Creek Players' production of the hilarious comedy YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU at the Vanity Theater in downtown Crawfordsville. Show times are 7:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday with a 2 p.m. Sunday matinee.
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.
AMC Classic Cinema 8 Show Schedule: 205 Dry Branch Drive