Spring 2011 Semester
On Monday, April 4, from 3-5 PM, the Biology Club is hosting a movie day where they'll be screening Judgment Day: Intelligent Design on Trial. The film will be shown in Science 118.
On Thursday, March 31, from 3-4 PM, the English Department is presenting " Writing and Monstrosity: Literatures of the Creature," a roundtable discussion featuring Profs. Audrey Fisch, Chris Cunningham, and Jason Mohaghegh. Join us for a stimulating look on the monster's place in world literature. The discussion is in GSUB 317.
For more information, contact Prof. Mohaghegh.
On Tuesday, March 26, Cinqué Lee, was a visiting artist in our Media Arts Department's film directing course. Cinqué Lee, younger brother of film director Spike Lee, has written and directed four features including Nowhere Fast. He has also appeared on-screen as an actor in Jim Jarmusch's Mystery Train and Coffee and Cigarettes. He also co-wrote Spike Lee's film, Crooklyn with Spike and sister Joie Lee.
The History Club
has planned an active and engaging series of events -- from walking tours, to movies, to guest speakers for the spring semester.
These are open to all students, faculty, and staff. Please click on the picture for more details, or e-mail Prof. Tim White in the History department.
On Wednesday, March 2, the Music, Dance, and Theatre Department presented a performance by The Zanoli Trio in Ingalls Recital Hall. The performance will be held at 7 PM and is free and open to the public.
On Sunday February 6, the Music, Dance, and Theatre Department presented "Guitar Sunday" with a performance and master class by renowned guitarist Eliot Fisk.