Tomorrow evening, join SLUDM and Billikens After Dark for their Mini-Dance Marathon at the Billiken Club!
This mini marathon will allow SLU students to learn more about SLUDM and to see the uniqueness of the organization and event. The mini marathon is primarily to show appreciation for the dance marathon’s past participants and to show potential participations about the mission and event.
There will be a bunch of activities taking place, such as learning part of a line dance, hearing a story from a CMN representative, games, food, and of course – dancing with a DJ! This mini marathon gives just a taste of the actual dance marathon. Stop by and see what all the buzz is about!
Friday, April 26th, 8-11pm
The Billiken Club
The Department of Political Science and College of Arts and Science present the 2nd Gender and Politics Conference tomorrow from 8am-5pm in the Sinquefield Stateroom in Dubourg.
This year’s conference will feature exciting and informative scholarly panels in the morning and a keynote address by Catherine Hanaway, former Speaker of the Missouri House of Representatives and former U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Missouri. The conference will be concluded with a roundtable discussion about women in executive power.
Gender and Politics Conference
Friday, April 26th, 8am-5pm
Sinquefield Stateroom (Dubourg)
Come see the play Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov, put on by your fellow SLU students starting tomorrow night!
The play will be shown on Fridays and Saturdays, April 26-27 and May 3-4 at 8pm, and on Sunday, May 5 at 2pm in the University Theatre
in Xavier. You can make reservations at (314) 977-3327. Tickets are $7 for students and $9 for SLU faculty/staff.
If you’d like to volunteer at the theatre or learn about auditions, contact John Lamb at (314) 977-2998 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SLU Theatre presents: Three Sisters
Friday and Saturdays, April 26, 27 and May 3, 4 at 8PM and Sunday, May 5 at 2PM
University Theatre, Xavier Hall
$7 student, $9 faculty/staff
OneWorld will host an “International Inclusion” panel tomorrow afternoon in Des Peres 108.
This discussion is a follow-up to their fall 2012 article “Lost (and found) in Translation,” and will focus on the inclusion of international students on SLU’s campus. The panel will be comprised of both international and domestic students, and they will speak on how the university and student body can address the needs of international students, all within the scope of the Oath of Inclusion.
Thursday, April 25th, 5pm
Des Peres 108
SLU’s annual student artwork exhibit will open this Friday evening with a reception at 4:30 in the McNamee Gallery!
Come check out the studio art from your fellow students at the exhibit in the McNamee Gallery (lower level of the Cupples House) Wednesday through Friday from 12-4pm and Saturday from 1-4pm. The exhibit will be open starting this Friday the 26th until May 10th. You can expect to see many different types of artwork, including ceramics, computer art, graphic design, fibers, metals, painting and printmaking.
The exhibit is free and sponsored by the Department of Fine and Performing Arts.
Student Art Exhibit
4/26 – 5/10, McNamee Gallery
Wednesdays-Fridays 12-4pm, Saturdays 1-4pm