Thursday, Dec. 15
10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Undergraduate and graduate students will present their design work from this semester on the Tomlinson Theater stage on Dec. 15 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Students will be on hand to explain their work and answer questions. Set, costume and lighting designs will be featured.
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Richard is arguably the most surprisingly engaging and compelling villain ever to tread the boards, as he openly teases and dares his audience to share in the deadly secrets that fuel his relentless quest to possess the throne of England. Temple Theaters proudly presents Shakespeare’s superbly theatrical epic chronicle of the diabolic Duke of Gloucester’s bloody ascension and demise in the thrillingly close intimacy of Randall Theater in what promises to be a muscular, modern interpretation of a major classic not to be missed!
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Saturday, Nov. 12
9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Harold Gittis Student Center, Room 217 C and D.
1755 N. 13th St.
FREE – Click here to register
The Center for Public Interest Journalism will host a dozen community-minded media makers for a daylong conversation on engaging communities with public interest news and information. As the traditional relationship between journalists and readers evolves and the lines between news producers and consumers blur, the center seeks to explore how communities can be built and engaged around public interest content. The panelists on this forum—representing news organizations big, small, new and old—are on the front lines of doing just that. Come hear fresh ideas and share some of your own. The event is free, and includes breakfast, lunch and post-forum cocktails.
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Thursday, Nov. 17
Joe First Media Center (the Atrium)
Come chat with other Study Away alumni and prospective students at an SCT event on Thursday, Nov. 17, beginning at 5:30 p.m. with a viewing of a documentary from a current SCT student that participated in the Summer 2011 program in South Africa. This documentary is all about her experience and also an advocacy piece for how important study away is to the college experience! Explore each other’s globetrotting experiences, journey through a film created by a current student and enjoy some free appetizers and refreshments with former classmates and fellow travelers.
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