|• August 26, 2008|
This monthly calendar is for the purpose of letting you know What’s Happening on the campus of Wabash College.
Through October 10 – "Doug Calisch: Lost and Found, Again." "These ‘found objects’ have been gathered or photographed from sites across the country and abroad. Calisch acknowledges that each item brings its own story of human usage, which he takes to weave new stories of his own by placing seemingly unrelated parts together." The exhibit is at the Eric Dean Gallery of the Fine Arts Center, 510 S. Grant Ave. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The gallery is free and open to the public.
Tuesday, September 2
11 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Community Fair, Knowling Fieldhouse, Allen Center (Contact Schroeder Career Center 361-6414 for further information)
Saturday, September 6
Cross Country-Hokum Karem, Allen Athletics Center, TBA
Thursday, September 11
12:10 p.m., Social Science Collquium, Baxter Hall, room 114
8 p.m., Visiting Artists Series presents Buseli- Wallarab Jazz Orchestra, Salter Hall. Free and open to the public; tickets are required. Contact the Fine Arts Center Box Office at 361-6411 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, September 13
1 p.m., Football at Denison
2 p.m., Soccer vs. Transylvania, Mud Hollow Field
Monday, September 15
4:15 p.m., Humanities Colloquium: Doug Calisch, "Lost and Found, Again: Tales of a Scavenger," Eric Dean Gallery, Fine Arts Center
Friday, September 19
MXI Alumni Weekend—The Malcolm X Institute of Black Studies welcome alumni and friends in celebration of John Evans, who was the first African American to graduate from Wabash. To register for the weekend visit the web site: www3.wabash.edu/mxi/Malcolm_X_Institute
5 to 6:30 p.m., Youth Day Football Clinic with Wabash College football team, Hollet Stadium (Kindergarten through 6th grade)
Saturday, September 20
10:30 a.m., Dedication of Tau Kappa Epsilon house, 515 W. Wabash Ave.
11:30 a.m., Rededication of Delta Tau Delta house, 603 W. Wabash Ave.
1 p.m., Football vs. Chicago, Hollett Stadium (free admission to game)
Monday, September 22
4:30 p.m., JV Football vs. Millikin, Hollett Stadium.
Tuesday, September 23
12 p.m., Present Indiana, International Hall, Detchon Center. 2008 Present Indiana students summarize their summer research projects on an aspect of Indiana culture and/or heritage. Seth Einterz '11 will present "Greenways of Indiana" and John McGaughey '11 will present "The Astronauts of Lawrence County." Free and open to the public.
Wednesday, September 24
8 p.m., Brigance Forum Lecture by Ronald White, Baxter Hall, room 101. White is a nationally recognized Lincoln scholar with a new biography of Lincoln timed for release in 2009 by Random House to coincide with the 200th anniversary of Lincoln's birth. Refreshments following in the Baxter Lobby.
Friday, September 26
6th Annual Crawfordsville Art League Juried Fall Exhibit (Sept. 26-Oct. 5), downtown Crawfordsville. uried art exhibit displayed in Crawfordsville downtown store windows. Art was selected from work submitted by artists from more than 14 Indiana counties.
Tuesday, September 30
12 p.m., Present Indiana, International Hall, Detchon Center. Present Indiana students summarize their summer research projects on an aspect of Indiana culture and/or heritage. Joel Patterson '09 will present "Art in Indiana: Where is It?" and Kyle Frederick '10 will present "The Emergence of Jazz Music in Indiana."
8 p.m., Lecture Series presents internationally famous astronomer Sidney C. Wolff, Salter Hall, Fine Arts Center. She will give a talk on "Images of the Universe: From the Big Bang to the Planets."
This monthly calendar is for the purpose of letting you know What’s Happening on the campus of Wabash College. Admission to football games is $5 adults and $3 for students. In celebration of the arts at Wabash, admission to all events on this year’s Visiting Artists Series and Theater productions are FREE. However, you must reserve your FREE tickets at the Fine Arts Box Office before attending Visiting Artists Series and Theater productions.
Tickets are available from the Fine Arts Box Office Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon and 1:30 to 4 p.m. The Box Office will open 90 minutes before curtain time for theater and VAS events. For phone reservations, call 765-361-6411.
Wabash College is a private liberal arts college for men located in Crawfordsville, Indiana and was founded in 1832. Long known as one of the nation's finest liberal arts colleges, Wabash is home to the Center of Inquiry in the Liberal Arts. Wabash also is included in Loren Pope's book, Colleges That Change Lives, and is ranked 12th on the Forbes.com list of "America's Best Colleges. Visit www.wabash.edu for more information.