Events for next week
Monday, September 14, 20154:00:00 PM - One Read: Station Eleven and other lost graphic novel classics - The two issues of the pre-Georgia Flu comic series Station Eleven are the novel's protagonist Kirsten's favorite things in the world. This imaginary comic series has a lot of real world analogues and learn about other famous and famously unfinished comic series.
Library AuditoriumDube, Matt - 1 point(s)
Monday, September 14, 20156:00:00 PM - Conversations with Karina - Come with your questions for Karina Galve, who will share her personal journey, from being raised in and leaving home in Mexico, to being a public school teacher here in mid-Missouri. A question/answer period will follow her presentation, along with a reflection form to fill out and turn in as you leave.
Ivy RoomCyndi Koonse - 1 point(s)
Wednesday, September 16, 201511:00:00 AM - Making All Natural Horse Treats - Participants will assist in making all natural horse treats. Discussion of nutrition information and demonstration of do it yourself horse treats. Event takes place in the kitchen of Aldridge. Event limited to first 10 students.
AldridgeWells, Stephanie - 1 point(s)
Wednesday, September 16, 20157:00:00 PM - One Read: Survival is insufficient: preserving art in the apocalypse - Erik Hillskemper will discuss the importance of art and literature and investigate why humans are compelled to create and enjoy art of all kinds. Talking points will be drawn from Station Eleven and Shakespeare, among other sources. Audience participation is welcome.
Library AuditoriumHillskemper, Erik - 1 point(s)
Thursday, September 17, 20154:00:00 PM - Brick Blast - The Brick District of Fulton would like to welcome back all students with their Brick Blast event! There will be a scavenger hunt to complete for LEAD as well as prices for the first 200 students. Free food samples will be given out from local businesses and a DJ will supply the entertainment!
Off CampusGarcia, Shannon - 0.5 point(s)
Thursday, September 17, 20154:00:00 PM - Constitution Day - Supreme Court Review - Professor Cynthia Kramer will review cases decided by the Supreme Court during the past year. Cases covered will include the Court’s landmark decision in Bourke v. Beshear (same sex marriage) as well as the controversial Glossip v. Gross (Lethal Injection).
Model CourtroomKramer, Cynthia - 1 point(s)