Tuesday, May 7th, 5pm
Anheuser-Busch Auditorium, John Cook School of Business
free, registration required
Can you believe it’s already the end of the year?! Yahoo!
In honor of the end of the semester and all of the studying the accompanies finals time, RHA is once again putting on Midnight Breakfast this Monday, May 6th between 10-11:30pm in the Griesedieck dining hall. It’s free, late at night, and full of breakfast food. What more could you want? Take a study break, grab some friends, and treat yourself to Midnight Breakfast! See ya there!
Monday, May 6th, 10-11:30pm
Gries Dining Hall
SLUStep will be having their showcase tomorrow night at 7 in the Wool Ballrooms!
Stop by and see great performances by step teams from local high schools and colleges, as well as the Divine 9 Step Team. Of course, our SLUStep team will also be performing! It will be a night of step, dancing, singing, and culture.
Sat., April 27th at 7pm
Join the Great Issues Committee tomorrow night at 7 in welcoming speaker Peter Bergen.
Peter Bergen is a print and TV journalist and CNN’s national security analyst. He will be presenting “The Awakening: How Revolutionaries, Barack Obama and Ordinary Muslims are Remaking the Middle East” in the Wool Ballrooms. He will speak on how the issue of Islam is becoming a fault line between Democrats and Republicans, and what exactly that means for us in this highly polarized environment.
This event is free, so anyone may attend and become informed on what is going on between the United States and the Middle East.
GIC Presents: Peter Bergen
Wed., April 24th, 7pm
BSC Wool Ballrooms
The Sheila Nolan Whalen Series continues tomorrow afternoon with a poetry reading by Maureen McLane in the Sinquefield Stateroom.
McLane is a poet and critic and currently teaches at New York University. She has also published two books of poems, World Enough and Same Life; several books of literary criticism related to Romanticism; and My Poets, a book of experimental criticism that tracks the “growth of a poet’s mind” (in Wordsworth’s phrase). Her essays have appeared in numerous publications and she has received a National Book Critics Circle Nona Balakian Citation for excellence in reviewing.
This event is free, open to the public, and sponsored by the English Department. Light refreshments will be provided.
Contact Devin Johnston at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.