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Thursday, February 1

Staff Town Hall Meeting

President Dennis Voskuil and other college representatives will share updates on various college topics. All staff are invited and encouraged to attend.

Culture, Commerce, & Criticism

The exhibition features fifty works of art ranging in date from the early 1500s to the early 2000s and includes works by many notable artists, including...

De Pree Art Center and Gallery: “Jamia | Studio”

The public is invited to the exhibition, artist’s talk and reception. Admission is free. The exhibition will highlight work that Sullivan completed during...

Computer Science Colloquium: Summer 2018 Research Opportunities

Additionally, graduating seniors recognized by the Sigma Xi honorary society will be recognized.

Math Colloquium: Steve Bacinski

Tenzi is a fun, fast-paced dice game enjoyed by players of all ages. While the game is simple to play, an analysis of the probabilities involved yields many...

Catholic Mass

All are welcome to participate through prayer and song. Catholics in a state of grace are invited to receive Eucharist. For more information, please visit...

Honor and Identity A Philosophy Department Job Candidate Research Presentation

I describe and defend how it is valuable to maintain a certain sense of personal honor: a commitment to acting in accordance with what one believes is...

Business Club Meet and Greet 

We will have information available about upcoming events and will be accepting new membership applications for anyone interested in joining the club. All...

Beyond the Resume with Brian Pageau, President of Foresight

Brian's presentation is entitled 'Beyond the Resume...Five ways you can have a fulfilling career by pursuing your passion.' Brian will be sharing from his...

Visiting Writers Series:  Randall Horton (nonfiction & poetry) and Lauren Haldeman (poetry)

Randall Horton Randall Horton is the recipient of the Gwendolyn Brooks Poetry Award, the Bea Gonzalez Poetry Award and a National Endowment of the Arts...

Gentile Lectureship

Dr. Agre studied chemistry at Augsburg College (B.A. 1970) and medicine at Johns Hopkins (M.D. 1974). He completed his residency at Case Western Reserve...

Winter Film Series: Faces Places

Together, they meet locals and learn their stories, often producing epic-size portraits and revealing the humanity in their subjects and themselves. The film...

Affinity Groups

What are Affinity Groups? Affinity groups are weekly gatherings of students who are asking similar questions about the Christian faith. Both groups will...

Thursday, February 1