Join the Research & Info Associates (RIAs) for the last Research Party this semester.
McCabe 2nd Level Study Area
Wednesday, Dec. 12 - 6-10pm
We will be having a discussion of the movie The Room as a study break from finals. All are invited!
Come see local student bands perform in support of the Immigrant Caravan! Food and drinks will be provided by various student groups! Suggested donation of $5-25 but no one will be turned away because a lack of funds.
The Department of Theater Directing I Workshop presents:
FALL 2018 NIGHT OF SCENES
Join our Directing I students for a showcase of their work
on excerpts from contemporary and classic plays.
Wednesday, December 12th at 8:00 p.m.
Thursday, December 13th at 8:00 p.m.
Frear Ensemble Theater
Lang Performing Arts Center
For all students who are interested in learning and practicing judo
Martin Palomo ‘19, winner of the 2018 Newton Book Collection
Competition, displays his book collection “Steal This Collection: A Collection of Radical History and Activism,” which promotes
challenging authority, power, and our own assumptions through engagement with texts that make us uncomfortable in order to promote profound change through creative action.
Members of Prof. Bob Rehak’s FMST 43 investigated the texts, narratives, and communities of conspiracy through film, television, digital, and print media, exploring paranoia in the popular and political imaginary. These conspiracy walls, their final projects, represent visual and evidentiary maps of conspiracies both real and invented: networks of interrelated details and clues that come together in sinister webs of hidden intrigue and malign influence.
After a quick warm up, we practice various combos on punching bags and with no-contact sparring.
More details to come.
Stressed out because of finals? Come bake your fears away with Multi as we make and decorate some festive cookies together! Come when you can, leave when you must.
STUDY ABROAD PROCEDURES FOR APPLICANTS – Fall 2019
1. Interested students must attend a Study Abroad General Information Session. The following have been scheduled but more will be offered in subsequent weeks. Students should check the Campus Calendar or contact the Off-Campus Study office.
2. Following attendance at a Study Abroad General Information Session students can make an appointment with a study abroad advisor by contacting the Off-Campus Study office (Diana Malick – email@example.com, 610-328-7827). Attending a general information session and meeting with a study abroad adviser are mandatory in order to apply to study abroad.
3. Off-Campus Study applications are due February 19, 2019, However it is important to note that the specific program applications may be due earlier and some programs operate on rolling admissions.
Members of Friends, Peace, and Sanctuary (FPS)—a two-year project that connects the arts to historic and contemporary stories of refuge—will discuss their experiences with the project and then lead attendees in a book-making activity. Beginning in July 2017, FPS has worked with a group of Syrian and Iraqis who were resettled to Philadelphia to create handmade books that explore connections between history and experience, displacement and refuge, empathy and belonging. The project will be presented as a case study for how making books that link history and experience can increase senses of belonging and empathy. The FPS team will then lead the group in a book-making activity similar to those done with project collaborators in Philadelphia. Specifically, participants will make an “easy book” that creatively combines personal reflections, shared experiences, and archival material around the topic of refuge.