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Tuesday, August 1, 2017

8:00:00 PM - Not Anymore - **FOR NEW INCOMING STUDENTS ONLY!** To help foster a safe campus environment, we are taking a proactive stance against sexual assault and interpersonal violence. Thus, incoming students are required to complete Not Anymore, our online educational program. While we may never fully eliminate such violence, we are committed to making our campus safe. To complete the program: (1) Go to New and Current Students on the WWU website and click WWU Quick Launch; (2) log in with your WWU account information and select Owlnet; (3) under the Students Tab, click on the Not Anymore link found on the right-hand side menu; (4) you will be taken to the Not Anymore Account Setup Page. Follow the instructions provided. The program will allow you to leave and re-enter the course to complete the program in several sittings without having to start over. If you run into problems taking or reentering the program, do not start over. Use the HELP button on the screen for assistance. Students must successfully complete Not Anymore before August 31 to receive LEAD credit.

On-line

Mitchell, Venita - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

8:00:00 PM - Not Anymore - **FOR NEW INCOMING STUDENTS ONLY!** To help foster a safe campus environment, we are taking a proactive stance against sexual assault and interpersonal violence. Thus, incoming students are required to complete Not Anymore, our online educational program. While we may never fully eliminate such violence, we are committed to making our campus safe. To complete the program: (1) Go to New and Current Students on the WWU website and click WWU Quick Launch; (2) log in with your WWU account information and select Owlnet; (3) under the Students Tab, click on the Not Anymore link found on the right-hand side menu; (4) you will be taken to the Not Anymore Account Setup Page. Follow the instructions provided. The program will allow you to leave and re-enter the course to complete the program in several sittings without having to start over. If you run into problems taking or reentering the program, do not start over. Use the HELP button on the screen for assistance. Students must successfully complete Not Anymore before August 31 to receive LEAD credit.

On-line

Mitchell, Venita - 1 point(s)

Thursday, August 17, 2017

2:00:00 PM - Orientation Rotations - ***For New Incoming Students ONLY! *** Students will experience each of the following sessions: (1) Success in the Classroom: Join Dr. Aimee Sapp, Academic Dean, and faculty members as they discuss how you can be successful in the classroom. Don't miss classroom expectations, study skills, and a science experiment. (2) Sorority and Fraternity Open House: Check out the fraternity and sorority chapters as members of the fraternity and sorority community welcome you to campus. Parents are encouraged to visit the houses. (3) Meet your Connections Class: Meet your Orientation Leader and Connections faculty, as well as other new students and get the run down for Orientation. Connections class required for all incoming Freshmen.

Cutlip Auditorium

Dittmer, Amy - 1 point(s)

Thursday, August 17, 2017

7:30:00 PM - Introduction to Men's Recruitment - ***For New Incoming Students ONLY! *** Join Interfraternity Council and chapter leaders for an informational session covering all the ins-and-outs of fraternity recruitment. Students will have the opportunity to socialize with current fraternity members. All students welcome! No advance registration required.

Aldridge

Sweeten Randall, Lacey - 0.5 point(s)

Thursday, August 17, 2017

7:30:00 PM - Introduction to Women's Recruitment - ***For New Incoming Students ONLY! *** Join sorority recruitment counselors for an informational meeting covering all the ins-and-outs of sorority recruitment. All students welcome! No advance registration required.

Cutlip Auditorium

Sweeten Randall, Lacey - 0.5 point(s)

Friday, August 18, 2017

10:00:00 AM - Take Back College Keynote - ***For New Incoming Students ONLY! *** You don't want to miss his energy! Keynote speaker Ryan Penneau will take you on a thrill ride while empowering you to explore, take risks, and play hard with all that college has to offer!

Dulany Auditorium

Dittmer, Amy - 1 point(s)

Friday, August 18, 2017

1:00:00 PM - Think Like a College Student - ***For New Incoming Students ONLY! *** Put on your thinking cap. Engage in critical thinking and analytical reasoning that will be expected in your major. Learn what to expect on the first day of class.

TBA

Dittmer, Amy - 1 point(s)

Friday, August 18, 2017

6:00:00 PM - Sorority Service Events - ***For New Incoming Students ONLY! *** Women participating in recruitment will visit all four sorority chapters and learn more about how membership can contribute to the WWU experience. Advance registration required.

Cutlip Auditorium

Sweeten Randall, Lacey - 0.5 point(s)

Friday, August 18, 2017

6:00:00 PM - Fraternity Event - ***For New Incoming Students ONLY! *** Learn what each chapter has to offer to enhance men's WWU experiences. Brotherhood, academics, philanthropy/community service, and fraternity activities will be discussed.

McNutt Campus Center

Sweeten Randall, Lacey - 0.5 point(s)

Saturday, August 19, 2017

2:00:00 PM - Disc Golf Tournament & Health Hunt - ***For New Incoming Students ONLY! *** Explore the game of disc golf on our very own 9-hole course on campus. Each participant will get a FREE disc for playing.

Weider Fitness Center

Dittmer, Amy - 0.5 point(s)

Saturday, August 19, 2017

8:30:00 PM - Community Standards and Campus Life Play - ***For New Incoming Students ONLY! *** A behind-the-scenes and on-stage look at life at The Woods. Learn about issues facing college students and the resources available on campus, while being entertained by the Peer Players.

Dulany Auditorium

Dittmer, Amy - 1 point(s)

Saturday, August 19, 2017

9:30:00 PM - Woods Glow - Join us for some glow in the dark fun with DJ Jay. Glow sticks and fun will be provided. Open for all WWU students.

Academic Building Parking Lot

Dittmer, Amy - 0.5 point(s)

Sunday, August 20, 2017

1:00:00 PM - Money Matters - ***For New Incoming Students ONLY! *** Missing this session could cost you THOUSANDS of DOLLARS! Learn the requirements of the LEAD program and how to ensure you don't miss out on the award. You will also better understand your federal aid package, federal funding, scholarships, and loans.

Dulany Auditorium

Schick, Debbie - 1 point(s)

Monday, August 21, 2017

7:00:00 PM - The 4-1-1 on 9-1-1 - Learn how to stay safe in your community at this all-campus safety event.

Cutlip Auditorium

Wills, Mike - 1 point(s)

Saturday, August 26, 2017

7:00:00 PM - Saturday Night Live: Dock Party - Check out the latest SNL event! There will be outdoor games like volleyball, corn hole, and Kanjam - plus pizza. This is a great opportunity to have some fun and meet new people.

Junior Lake

Dyllon Harper - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

3:30:00 PM - Student Activities Fair - Get involved in 3 easy steps! 1. Attend the Student Activities Fair. 2. Talk with Student Leaders to learn about what's available to you. 3. Sign up for the clubs you are interested in. This is a great opportunity to get involved, meet new people, and see what campus has to offer you! *Rain Date & Location: August 30, Aldridge*

Aldridge Patio

Alyssa McManus - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

12:00:00 PM - Mesa de español - Bring your own lunch and join us for Spanish conversation table! Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or even a native speaker of Spanish, this monthly gathering has something for everyone. ¡Bienvenidos!

Nielsen Room

Hannah Bolados - 1 point(s)

Thursday, August 31, 2017

8:00:00 PM - Not Anymore - **FOR NEW INCOMING STUDENTS ONLY!** To help foster a safe campus environment, we are taking a proactive stance against sexual assault and interpersonal violence. Thus, incoming students are required to complete Not Anymore, our online educational program. While we may never fully eliminate such violence, we are committed to making our campus safe. To complete the program: (1) Go to New and Current Students on the WWU website and click WWU Quick Launch; (2) log in with your WWU account information and select Owlnet; (3) under the Students Tab, click on the Not Anymore link found on the right-hand side menu; (4) you will be taken to the Not Anymore Account Setup Page. Follow the instructions provided. The program will allow you to leave and re-enter the course to complete the program in several sittings without having to start over. If you run into problems taking or reentering the program, do not start over. Use the HELP button on the screen for assistance. Students must successfully complete Not Anymore before August 31 to receive LEAD credit.

On-line

Mitchell, Venita - 1 point(s)

Friday, September 1, 2017

2:00:00 PM - Bad Boys - Few teams in professional sports history elicit such a wide range of emotions as the Detroit Pistons of the late 1980s and early '90s. For some, the team was heroic -- made up of gritty, hard-nosed players who didn't back down from anyone. And for others, it was exactly that trait -- the willingness to do seemingly anything to win -- that made them the Bad Boys, the team fans loved to hate. Following the screening, students are required to compose short written responses to the documentary for LEAD credit. This event is part of the 2017 One Read program, centered around the book The Turner House. Sponored by WWU Reel Fanatics Film Club.

Library Auditorium

Smith, Greg - 1 point(s)

Friday, September 1, 2017

8:00:00 PM - Disc Golf - September - Come to Weider Fitness Center, get your score card and play 9 holes of the disc golf course. You can also use a soccer ball to play the course for a fun twist on the game! Limit two rounds of golf each month for LEAD credit.

Weider Fitness Center

Dyllon Harper - 0.5 point(s)

Saturday, September 2, 2017

8:00:00 PM - Saturday Night Live: Game Night - It's Game Night at WWU! Come play some games with your friends, get to know other people, and eat some snacks.

McNutt Student Center

Alyssa McManus - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

4:00:00 PM - Haints, Haunting, and African-American Folktales - In Angela Flournoy’s The Turner House, protagonist Cha-cha struggles to make sense of his lifelong haunting by a mysterious haint, a haunting his father denies because there are no haints in Detroit. This presentation intends to explore certain key questions: what is a haint? What roles did they play in the folk life of the South, and can they exist in the North? What do American and African-American folklore tell us about what makes for a haunting today? Dr. Matt Dube, WWU Associate Professor in English, will lead the discussion. This is part of the 2017 One Read program.

Library Auditorium

Dube, Matt - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

7:00:00 PM - Volleyball vs Haskell Indian Nations University - Volleyball vs Haskell Indian Nations University. For all athletic events, you must sign in at the start of the game and scan your id card after the game is over. Events may be cancelled or times changed due to weather. Check LEAD calendar prior to event for updates.

Anderson Arena

Kristina Sievert - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

11:30:00 AM - Red Cross Blood Drive - Students can give blood in Aldridge from 11:30 - 6:00 PM. Not only are you saving up to 3 lives by donating, you also receive LEAD credit! Come to Aldridge to donate! Blood drive sponsored by the men and women of Alpha Phi and Pi Kappa Alpha.

Aldridge

Sweeten Randall, Lacey - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

4:00:00 PM - MILK - Film of the first openly gay politician, Harvey Milk, brought to you by Q & A Club. Discussion will follow showing of film.

Burton 006

Cyndi Koonse - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

4:00:00 PM - A Man Called Ove - International Film Series - Still grieving his late wife, Ove has nearly given up on life when a boisterous young family moves in next door. As an unlikely friendship between Ove and his new Iranian-Swedish neighbor begins to form, Ove’s past happiness and heartbreak comes flooding back and what emerges is an unexpected, funny, and heartwarming tale of human connection that reminds us that life is sweeter when it’s shared. In Swedish with English subtitles. Rated PG-13.

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

5:00:00 PM - Women's Soccer vs Culver-Stockton College - Women's Soccer vs Culver-Stockton College. For all athletic events, you must sign in at the start of the game and scan your id card after the game is over. Events may be cancelled or times changed due to weather. Check LEAD calendar prior to event for updates.

Soccer Field

Kristina Sievert - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

7:00:00 PM - A Man Called Ove - International Film Series - Still grieving his late wife, Ove has nearly given up on life when a boisterous young family moves in next door. As an unlikely friendship between Ove and his new Iranian-Swedish neighbor begins to form, Ove’s past happiness and heartbreak comes flooding back and what emerges is an unexpected, funny, and heartwarming tale of human connection that reminds us that life is sweeter when it’s shared. In Swedish with English subtitles. Rated PG-13. *Repeat event - point only awarded once*

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

7:00:00 PM - Men's Soccer vs Culver-Stockton College - Men's Soccer vs Culver-Stockton College. For all athletic events, you must sign in at the start of the game and scan your id card after the game is over. Game may start late depending on the women's soccer game before this one. Events may be cancelled or times changed due to weather. Check LEAD calendar prior to event for updates.

Soccer Field

Kristina Sievert - 1 point(s)

Thursday, September 7, 2017

6:30:00 PM - Layers - Opening Reception and Gallery Talk -

Print the reflection form and take it with you to the Layers Opening Reception and Gallery Talk with Kimber Mallett and Melody Evans on September 7.  Attend the reception and gallery talk; follow all directions on the reflection form; and turn the reflection form in before September 10 to receive LEAD credit. 


Cox Gallery

Petrescu, Nicole - 1 point(s)

Thursday, September 7, 2017

3:30:00 PM - Summer LEAD Reads - Join faculty and staff for a discussion on this summer's LEAD Reads. Total Eclipse (an essay) by Anne Dillard available on Owlnet, The Passenger by Lisa Lutz and The Turner House by Angela Flournoy. No time to read one of the books? Check out the Total Eclipse essay located on front page of Owlnet.

Academic Building 206

Mitchell, Venita - 1 point(s)

Friday, September 8, 2017

8:00:00 PM - Disc Golf - September - Come to Weider Fitness Center, get your score card and play 9 holes of the disc golf course. You can also use a soccer ball to play the course for a fun twist on the game! Limit two rounds of golf each month for LEAD credit

Weider Fitness Center

Dyllon Harper - 0.5 point(s)

Saturday, September 9, 2017

6:30:00 PM - Saturday Night Live - Just Bead It - Join Multicultural Affairs Club and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion to learn about beading though cultures. You will also have the option to make a bracelet, or an ankle bracelet. Limited to the first 30 students.

McNutt Student Center

Cyndi Koonse - 1 point(s)

Sunday, September 10, 2017

1:30:00 PM - Women's Soccer vs Southwestern Christian University - Women's Soccer vs Southwestern Christian University. For all athletic events, you must sign in at the start of the game and scan your id card after the game is over. Events may be cancelled or times changed due to weather. Check LEAD calendar prior to event for updates.

Soccer Field

Kristina Sievert - 1 point(s)

Monday, September 11, 2017

6:00:00 PM - For the Next Seven Generations - Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers from all four corners, moved by their concern for our planet, came together at a historic gathering, where they decided to form an alliance: The International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers. This is their story. Discussion will follow the showing of the film.

Library Auditorium

Cyndi Koonse - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

12:30:00 PM - Faith Matters: The Relationship Between Faith and Justice - What is the connection between religious faith and social justice? How might the two go together? And how do we create communities of care? And how might you, as a student, get involved in a program that is one of the most meaningful "gap year" programs out there? Dr. Bohren has spent a lifetime at the intersection of faith and justice and under his leadership, a new program was started in 2014 to support young adults who are considering lives of care and service. The innovative XPLOR program helps students develop leadership skills, make a difference and explore their understanding of vocation and calling. This hour-long program will explore issues of social justice from a religious perspective.

Ivy Room

Tamerius, Travis - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

4:00:00 PM - The Turner House: A Literary Criticism View - Since ancient times, readers have debated and critiqued literature from a variety of perspectives. Some have looked at a story or play from a moral stance, considering how values are represented in a text. Another critic might evaluate a poem in terms of its form. Recent critics have looked at literature to see what it might be saying about our lives in society, our political or power relations, gender roles, or sexuality. This interactive session will explore the variety of literary techniques which might be used to critique The Turner House. Dr. Betsy Tutt, Vice President of Academic Affairs and Dean of Graduate College, will lead the discussion.

Library Auditorium

Tutt, Betsy - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

6:30:00 PM - Jake McVey - CAB and the President's Concert & Lecture Series present Jake McVey. Music has the power to move the masses and few artists understand that better than Iowa’s own, Jake McVey. Growing up on the family farm, McVey learned the value of hard-work and dedicating yourself to your goals at an early age. This strong work ethic has made him a relentless road dog who performs nearly 300 dates a year. McVey has earned a loyal fan base that’s addicted to his fiery stage show and arsenal of ear-grabbing songs. Not only is Jake’s touring lifestyle a testament to his perseverance, most of the guitars he uses on stage were personally hand-built from scratch. This dedication to his craft has earned McVey a nomination for Best New Country Artist by New Music Weekly Magazine in 2016, as well as a Top Touring Act nod from Billboard Magazine. Jake McVey’s current single, Back Seat,can be heard on Country Music Radio internationally. LEAD students must get a wristband prior to the event and have card scanned at the end of the event for LEAD credit. Wristbands will be handed out until 6:40 pm.

Sam B. Cook Amphitheater

Barnett, Jahnae - 2 point(s)

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

7:00:00 PM - Volleyball vs Hannibal-LaGrange University - Volleyball vs Hannibal-LaGrange University. For all athletic events, you must sign in at the start of the game and scan your id card after the game is over. Events may be cancelled or times changed due to weather. Check LEAD calendar prior to event for updates.

Anderson Arena

Kristina Sievert - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

12:00:00 PM - Mesa de español - Bring your own lunch and join us for Spanish conversation table! Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or even a native speaker of Spanish, this monthly gathering has something for everyone. ¡Bienvenidos!

Nielsen Room

Hannah Bolados - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

12:00:00 PM - World Within The Woods - World Within The Woods highlights an individual student, faculty or staff sharing their story. Come and learn as you expand your sense of our circle of life here at The Woods. Conor Cable will be highlighted.

Ivy Room

Koonse, Cyndi - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

3:15:00 PM - Review of Masters and Johnson - A presentation of the findings of the Masters and Johnson studies. What did they discover? Why myths did they correct?

Burton 006

Hertzog, Julian - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

4:00:00 PM - Developing Holistic Health: a Chinese Perspective - Over the last several thousand years, the Chinese have developed a holistic system of coordinated body posture and movement, breathing, and meditation used for health, spirituality, and martial arts training. Man Li, a talented dance therapist from Beijing will demonstrate and lead the participants in chi gong and tai chi exercises. The demonstration offers valuable insights for every attendee but also has special relevance to those in sports medicine, social work, psychology and education. Sponsored by the Office of Faith and Service and Office of Diversity and Inclusion.

Aldridge

Tamerius, Travis - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

4:00:00 PM - Lion - International Film Series - In 1986, Saroo was a five-year-old child in India who finds himself alone and trapped in a train that takes him 1500 miles away from his home. Saroo struggles to survive in Calcutta as a street child, until he is sent to an orphanage and adopted by a family from Tasmania. Plagued by memories of his lost family, he searches for them even as his guilt drives him to hide this quest from his adoptive parents and his girlfriend. Eventually he finds the answers he seeks, along with the steadfast love that he has always had with all his loved ones in both worlds. In English, Hindi, and Begali. Rated PG-13.

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

6:30:00 PM - Lets Get Real: Survive Your Surroundings - It's freshman year so let's learn how to survive this crazy journey called college. Join the Peer Educators for a discussion on the ends and out of alcohol use on the William Woods campus! This event is geared toward freshman students.

Cutlip Auditorium

Sweeten Randall, Lacey - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

7:00:00 PM - Lion - International Film Series - In 1986, Saroo was a five-year-old child in India who finds himself alone and trapped in a train that takes him 1500 miles away from his home. Saroo struggles to survive in Calcutta as a street child, until he is sent to an orphanage and adopted by a family from Tasmania. Plagued by memories of his lost family, he searches for them even as his guilt drives him to hide this quest from his adoptive parents and his girlfriend. Eventually he finds the answers he seeks, along with the steadfast love that he has always had with all his loved ones in both worlds. In English, Hindi, and Begali. Rated PG-13. *Repeat event - point only awarded once*

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Thursday, September 14, 2017

12:30:00 PM - Who is FICA and why is he taking my money? - Rhonda Thomas, Payroll Manager, will give you important information regarding the paycheck and paycheck stub you receive now and in the future. She will define the different amounts taken from your pay, including FICA. She will also go over how to complete a W-4 form when you get ready to start your next job.

Library Auditorium

Schick, Debbie - 1 point(s)

Thursday, September 14, 2017

1:00:00 PM - Design Oriented Portraits - Art 105 (basic design) , students learned to not view themselves in a literal way, in favor of seeing the possibility of abstracting an image of self to promote the application of certain art elements and design principles. We have numbered the student work displayed and want feedback from LEAD participants.An objective analysis is to be done thinking of each student's portrait and what you believe the level of visual effectiveness is. On a form provided refer to art elements and corresponding design principles to make your selection referring only to the number by each displayed work. A people's choice award and prize will be awarded to the winning portrait. LEAD event will be from 1:00 to 5:00 pm.

Kemper Art Center Corridor Gallery

Martin, Terry - 1 point(s)

Thursday, September 14, 2017

4:00:00 PM - The Motown Lowdown - Angela Flournoy's The Turner House explores both the familial and socio-cultural dimensions of Detroit. Rooted in her tale of the Turner family is a deep sense of place that Yarrow St. evokes for many family members. Come join Communication Professor Dr. Anthony Cavaiani for an interactive discussion about Detroit's troubled past and the revitalization now underway in Detroit. Participants will be introduced to the concept of place-making that occurs within particular cities and have the opportunity to write and speak about its importance in transforming a city's identity. This event is part of the 2017 One Read program.

Library Auditorium

Cavaiani, Anthony - 1 point(s)

Friday, September 15, 2017

4:00:00 PM - Hispanic Heritage Month Kick-Off - Hispanic, latino, chicano? What does it all mean? Join Dr. Bolados for an engaging conversation about Hispanic History Month and the rich history, traditions, and contributions of the Hispanic community in the U.S.

Burton 006

Hannah Bolados - 1 point(s)

Friday, September 15, 2017

8:00:00 PM - Disc Golf - September - Come to Weider Fitness Center, get your score card and play 9 holes of the disc golf course. You can also use a soccer ball to play the course for a fun twist on the game! Limit two rounds of golf each month for LEAD credit

Weider Fitness Center

Dyllon Harper - 0.5 point(s)

Saturday, September 16, 2017

1:00:00 PM - Men's Tennis vs Lindenwood University - Men's Tennis vs Lindenwood University. Matches start at 1 pm. For tennis, you must sign in and out with the game supervisor. To get this LEAD point, you must be at the match for 2 hours. Events may be cancelled or times changed due to weather. Check LEAD calendar prior to event for updates.

Tennis Courts

Kristina Sievert - 1 point(s)

Saturday, September 16, 2017

7:00:00 PM - Saturday Night Live: Movie Night - Join Delta Gamma for a movie night! There will be hot dogs, chips, snacks, drinks and a great night for a movie!

Sam B. Cook Amphitheater

Cody Woodman - 1 point(s)

Sunday, September 17, 2017

2:00:00 PM - Flag Football League - NFL and college football have come again. That means flag football is in the making, Sign up your 7v7 team at Weider Fitness Center by Monday September 11th and be ready for the league to begin Sunday September 17th.

Soccer Practice Field

Dyllon Harper - 1 point(s)

Monday, September 18, 2017

6:00:00 PM - The Rice Experience with Heidi Rickard - The Rice Experience is a lesson born out of the desire to help people begin to grasp the incredible numbers of people who have suffered and perished due to acts of genocide, violence, disease, and torture around the world. The Rice Experience challenges you to use your one grain of influence to change our would for the better. We will influence others, the question is what type of legacy will you leave? You are only one grain, but never underestimate the power that lies within you.

Library Auditorium

Cyndi Koonse - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

3:30:00 PM - Goat- Film for National Hazing Prevention Week - The film GOAT tells the story of two brothers who become embroiled in hazing at a college fraternity. What occurs in the name of 'brotherhood' tests both boys and their relationship in brutal ways.This incisive drama explores the toxic effects of modern masculinity.

Library Auditorium

Sweeten Randall, Lacey - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

5:00:00 PM - Men's Soccer vs Hannibal-LaGrange - Men's Soccer vs Hannibal-LaGrange. For all athletic events, you must sign in at the start of the game and scan your id card after the game is over. Events may be cancelled or times changed due to weather. Check LEAD calendar prior to event for updates.

Soccer Field

Kristina Sievert - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

7:00:00 PM - Women's Soccer vs Hannibal-LaGrange - Women's Soccer vs Hannibal-LaGrange. For all athletic events, you must sign in at the start of the game and scan your id card after the game is over. Game may start late depending on the men's soccer game before this one. Events may be cancelled or times changed due to weather. Check LEAD calendar prior to event for updates.

Soccer Field

Kristina Sievert - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

7:00:00 PM - The MOTOR CITY MUSE: Writers Reckon with Detroit - In Angela Flournoy’s novel The Turner House, the life of the city of Detroit is never far from the surface, whether it’s the East Side of the novel’s recent past, the WW2 era of the city that first Francis, and then Viola and Cha-cha emigrate to, or the 1967 riot era. But many writers have built their work around Detroit, and this presentation will seek to add detail to the literary map of the Motor City, discussing works by writers such as Philip Levine, Donald Goines, Loren D. Estleman, Elmore Leonard, and Doug Allyn. Dr. Matt Dube, WWU Associate Professor in English, will lead the discussion. This event is part of the 2017 One Read program.

Library Auditorium

Dube, Matt - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

12:00:00 PM - #40Answers - Hazing doesn't just occur in fraternities and sororities, hazing can happen in recreational sports, university athletic teams, clubs, or academic organizations. For National Hazing Prevention Week, join us for an interactive discussion about the most common excuses people use for hazing and how we can help negate them and combat hazing in general.

Ivy Room

Alyssa McManus - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

5:00:00 PM - Men's Soccer vs University of Saint Mary - Men's Soccer vs University of Saint Mary. For all athletic events, you must sign in at the start of the game and scan your id card after the game is over. Events may be cancelled or times changed due to weather. Check LEAD calendar prior to event for updates.

Soccer Field

Kristina Sievert - 1 point(s)

Thursday, September 21, 2017

12:00:00 PM - The STATE of Officiating - Mr. Kenny Seifert will be on campus to discuss how to become involved in officiating at the state level. Recently, the number of officials in the state of Missouri has decreased and positions are available. He will be available to discuss any questions after the presentation.

Library Auditorium

Hanrahan, Tim - 1 point(s)

Thursday, September 21, 2017

7:00:00 PM - American Casino - American Casino examines the subprime mortgage crisis, tracking its roots on Wall Street and Washington and profiling some of its victims, mainly African American families who lost their homes. Dr. Steve Huenneke, WWU Assistant Professor in Economics, will lead the discussion. This event is part of the 2017 One Read program, based around the book The Turner House.

Library Auditorium

Huenneke, Steve - 1 point(s)

Friday, September 22, 2017

4:00:00 PM - Constitution Day Event - Professor Cynthia Kramer will give an overview of the Constitution of the United States and a review of cases decided by the Supreme Court during the past year.

Model Courtroom

Kramer, Cynthia - 1 point(s)

Friday, September 22, 2017

6:00:00 PM - Volleyball vs Central Baptist College - Volleyball vs Central Baptist College. For all athletic events, you must sign in at the start of the game and scan your id card after the game is over. Events may be cancelled or times changed due to weather. Check LEAD calendar prior to event for updates.

Anderson Arena

Kristina Sievert - 1 point(s)

Friday, September 22, 2017

8:00:00 PM - Disc Golf - September - Come to Weider Fitness Center, get your score card and play 9 holes of the disc golf course. You can also use a soccer ball to play the course for a fun twist on the game! Limit two rounds of golf each month for LEAD credit

Weider Fitness Center

Dyllon Harper - 0.5 point(s)

Saturday, September 23, 2017

1:00:00 PM - Volleyball vs Lyon College - Volleyball vs Lyon College. For all athletic events, you must sign in at the start of the game and scan your id card after the game is over. Events may be cancelled or times changed due to weather. Check LEAD calendar prior to event for updates.

Anderson Arena

Kristina Sievert - 1 point(s)

Saturday, September 23, 2017

7:30:00 PM - Saturday Night Live - Pirates of the Caribbean - Join the members of CAB for a pre-release screening of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales! Snacks and beverages will be provided, so just bring yourself and your LEAD card and enjoy the evening!

Sam B. Cook Amphitheater

Alyssa McManus - 1 point(s)

Monday, September 25, 2017

4:00:00 PM - World Within The Woods - World Within The Woods highlights an individual student, faculty or staff sharing their story. Come and learn as you expand your sense of our circle of life here at The Woods. Andy Brendel will be highlightedl.

Library Auditorium

Cyndi Koonse - 1 point(s)

Monday, September 25, 2017

5:15:00 PM - Guardians of the Galaxy - Come explore some of the reasons Guardians of the Galaxy became popular including the sleeper hit soundtrack and the overlap of genres. Brief discussion to follow the film. Event is limited to 35 people.

Kemper Arts Center Rm 112

Smith, Greg - 1 point(s)

Monday, September 25, 2017

6:00:00 PM - ASL 101: Common Words and Phrases - ASL and Interpreting students will do a basic sign class for interested students and will explain ASL.

Burton 006

Davis, Becky - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

3:00:00 PM - Law School Information - Presentation on how to take the LSAT, law school application process, careers in law and careers with a JD. April Fox is the associate Dean of Admission for TU Law.

Model Courtroom

Kramer, Cynthia - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

5:00:00 PM - ASL Film Night - ASL and Interpreting students will host a film-watching of a movie related to the Deaf community. Short discussion will follow.

Library Auditorium

Davis, Becky - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

6:30:00 PM - ECLIPSE: The Equestrian Phenomena - Arguably the most important horse in modern times was an 19th century undefeated British thoroughbred who was also a powerful sire. He was born on the day of the solar eclipse in 1764 and after being named after the ring of fire, ECIPSE went on to make history. It is estimated that 90% of today's TB's are descendants of him. The United State's most prestigious annual award for its TB champion is named after him. Join us to find out why ECLIPSE is more than a cosmic phenomenon to equestrians.

Library Auditorium

Ward, Laura - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

4:00:00 PM - Chicano Artists: Painting An(Other) Identities - As part of Hispanic Heritage Month, join Dr. Perez-Anzaldo from the University of Missouri in Columbia for a guest presentation about the visual representations of Chicano history and cultural identities through the eyes of Chicana artists. Q&A session and light refreshments to follow presentation.

Burton 006

Hannah Bolados - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

6:00:00 PM - VGC Visual Gestural Communication - ASL Faculty led activity/workshop for students to use non-verbal communication. Activities very hands on. Incorporates facial expression, body language, miming, etc, anything it takes to get your message across.

Burton 006

Ward, Shauna - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

7:00:00 PM - One Read Author Talk with Angela Flournoy--The Turner House - One Read author Angela Flournoy will speak about her novel The Turner House at Columbia College and her presentation will air via live stream at William Woods in the Library Auditorium. After her remarks, she will answer questions from the audience.

Library Auditorium

Utrecht, Rachel - 1 point(s)

Thursday, September 28, 2017

6:00:00 PM - Joel Barish-Deaf Traveler and Presenter - Joel Barish will be presenting as part of Deaf Awareness Week at The Woods. Mr. Barish has traveled the world specifically to find Deaf people in different countries and show the world of how Deaf people live and of what they are capable as well as provide a cultural insight to the Global Deaf Community. (ASL to English Interpreting will be available)

Library Auditorium

Davis, Becky - 1 point(s)

Friday, September 29, 2017

8:00:00 PM - Disc Golf - September - Come to Weider Fitness Center, get your score card and play 9 holes of the disc golf course. You can also use a soccer ball to play the course for a fun twist on the game! Limit two rounds of golf each month for LEAD credit

Weider Fitness Center

Dyllon Harper - 0.5 point(s)

Saturday, September 30, 2017

8:30:00 AM - Hunter Jumper Derby - Join us for the Hunter/Jumper Horse Show! LEAD students must sign in, attend for at least 1 hour, sign out and get scanned in order to receive LEAD credit.

Outdoor Arena

Patricia Smith - 1 point(s)

Saturday, September 30, 2017

9:30:00 AM - Men's Tennis - Fulton Doubles Invitational - Men's Tennis - Fulton Doubles Invitational. Matches start at 9:30 am. For tennis, you must sign in and out with the game supervisor. To get this LEAD point, you must be at the match for 2 hours. Events may be cancelled or times changed due to weather. Check LEAD calendar prior to event for updates.

Tennis Courts

Kristina Sievert - 1 point(s)

Saturday, September 30, 2017

1:00:00 PM - Women's Soccer vs Lindenwood University-Belleville - Women's Soccer vs Lindenwood University-Belleville. For all athletic events, you must sign in at the start of the game and scan your id card after the game is over. Events may be cancelled or times changed due to weather. Check LEAD calendar prior to event for updates.

Soccer Field

Kristina Sievert - 1 point(s)

Saturday, September 30, 2017

3:00:00 PM - Men's Soccer vs Lindenwood University-Belleville - Men's Soccer vs Lindenwood University-Belleville. For all athletic events, you must sign in at the start of the game and scan your id card after the game is over. Game may start late depending on the women's soccer game before this one. Events may be cancelled or times changed due to weather. Check LEAD calendar prior to event for updates.

Soccer Field

Kristina Sievert - 1 point(s)

Saturday, September 30, 2017

4:30:00 PM - Saturday Night Live - FIJI BBQ - Saturday Night Live! A get together for the entire campus! Meet new people and enjoy free food, yard games and great music.

Cockrell Hall

Bryan Mach - 1 point(s)

Saturday, September 30, 2017

7:00:00 PM - September Fitness - Fitness credit for September, 2017.

Weider Fitness Center

Jones, Bob - 1 point(s)

Sunday, October 1, 2017

8:00:00 AM - Western Club Fun Show - Join us for the Western Club Fun Show! LEAD students must sign in, attend for at least 1 hour, sign out and get scanned in order to receive LEAD credit.

UPHA Arena

Elizabeth Haben - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

12:00:00 PM - A Year in My Life: The AmeriCorps Experience of Haley Borgrud - What could you do with one year of your life, even when you’re not entirely sure what you want to do with your life? AmeriCorps is a civil service opportunity that engages adults through intensive service work with a goal of helping others and meeting critical needs in the community.  In this session, freshmen Haley Borgrud will tell the story of her incredible gap-year experience prior to entering our university. 

Library Auditorium

Tamerius, Travis - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

12:00:00 PM - Mesa de español - Bring your own lunch and join us for Spanish conversation table! Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or even a native speaker of Spanish, this monthly gathering has something for everyone. ¡Bienvenidos!

Nielsen Room

Hannah Bolados - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

4:00:00 PM - Sin Nombre - International Film Series - Seeking the promise of America, a beautiful young woman joins her father on an odyssey to cross the gauntlet of the Latin American countryside. Along the way, she crosses paths with a teenaged gang member who is maneuvering to outrun his violent past. Together they have to rely on faith, trust, and street smarts if they are to survive their increasingly perilous journey towards the hope of new lives. In Spanish with English subtitles. Rated R. *Presented as part of Hispanic Heritage Month; a discussion, led by Dr. Hannah Bolados, Assistant Professor of Spanish, will follow each showing of the film.*

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

5:00:00 PM - World Within The Woods - - World Within The Woods - Come and learn from WWU's senior student, Vickie Finn, as she shares her experience of working with refugees during her summer Internship. Q & A, plus reflection form

Ivy Room

Cyndi Koonse - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

7:00:00 PM - Sin Nombre - International Film Series - Seeking the promise of America, a beautiful young woman joins her father on an odyssey to cross the gauntlet of the Latin American countryside. Along the way, she crosses paths with a teenaged gang member who is maneuvering to outrun his violent past. Together they have to rely on faith, trust, and street smarts if they are to survive their increasingly perilous journey towards the hope of new lives. In Spanish with English subtitles. Rated R. *Presented as part of Hispanic Heritage Month; a discussion, led by Dr. Hannah Bolados, Assistant Professor of Spanish, will follow each showing of the film.* *Repeat event - point only awarded once*

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Thursday, October 5, 2017

12:00:00 PM - Alan S. Taylor, Thomas Jefferson's Electoral Revolution - Two-time Pulitzer Prize winning historian Alan S. Taylor will give a talk entitled, Thomas Jefferson's Electoral Revolution. This talk will focus on the controversial Presidential Election of 1800 and its key figures including: Jefferson, John Adams, Aaron Burr, and Alexander Hamilton. Dr. Taylor is the Thomas Jefferson Foundation Chair at the University of Virginia. This event is hosted by the History Department.

Dulany Auditorium

Smith, Craig - 1 point(s)

Thursday, October 5, 2017

6:00:00 PM - World Within The Woods - Lisa Sandford - World Within The Woods! Come and learn from WWU's senior student, Lisa Sandford, as she shares her experience of working with orphans and disabled children with therapeutic horseback riding during her summer internship in Zimbabwe. Q & A to follow.

Library Auditorium

Koonse, Cyndi - 1 point(s)

Thursday, October 5, 2017

7:30:00 PM - Bingo: The Winning Musical - Bingo is about a group of die-hard bingo players who stop at nothing to not miss their weekly game. In between the number calling, strange rituals and fierce competitions, love blossoms and long lost friends reunite. These lovable characters will spring to live with a smart, funny script and bouncy, hummable score.

Dulany Auditorium

Potter, Joe - 2 point(s)

Friday, October 6, 2017

6:00:00 PM - EQS Parade of Disciplines - Join the Equestrian Studies department for a live demonstration of the four disciplines of riding offered at WWU. Equestrian faculty will narrate the presentation.

UPHA Arena

Petterson, Jennifer - 1 point(s)

Friday, October 6, 2017

7:30:00 PM - Bingo: The Winning Musical - Bingo is about a group of die-hard bingo players who stop at nothing to not miss their weekly game. In between the number calling, strange rituals and fierce competitions, love blossoms and long lost friends reunite. These lovable characters will spring to live with a smart, funny script and bouncy, hummable score. Repeat event! Points only awarded once!

Dulany Auditorium

Potter, Joe - 2 point(s)

Friday, October 6, 2017

8:00:00 PM - Disc Golf - October - Come to Weider Fitness Center, get your score card and play 9 holes of the disc golf course. You can also use a soccer ball to play the course for a fun twist on the game! Limit two rounds of golf each month for LEAD credit.

Weider Fitness Center

Dyllon Harper - 0.5 point(s)

Friday, October 6, 2017

8:00:00 PM - Creative Look at Campus - Use a smart phone app such as https://pic-collage.com/ to photograph objects on campus to spell out a word that expresses your life on campus! No paper necessary, send your photo design attached to an e-mail with your LEAD ID # to Professor Terry Martin at Terry.Martin@williamwoods.edu. Professor Martin will review your design and submit it for LEAD credit. Submissions due no later than Friday, October 27.

Arts Center

Martin, Terry - 1 point(s)

Saturday, October 7, 2017

2:00:00 PM - Bingo: The Winning Musical - Bingo is about a group of die-hard bingo players who stop at nothing to not miss their weekly game. In between the number calling, strange rituals and fierce competitions, love blossoms and long lost friends reunite. These lovable characters will spring to live with a smart, funny script and bouncy, hummable score. Repeat event! Points only awarded once!

Dulany Auditorium

Potter, Joe - 2 point(s)

Saturday, October 7, 2017

7:30:00 PM - Bingo: The Winning Musical - Bingo is about a group of die-hard bingo players who stop at nothing to not miss their weekly game. In between the number calling, strange rituals and fierce competitions, love blossoms and long lost friends reunite. These lovable characters will spring to live with a smart, funny script and bouncy, hummable score. Repeat event! Points only awarded once!

Dulany Auditorium

Potter, Joe - 2 point(s)

Monday, October 9, 2017

11:00:00 AM - Athletics on Trial: Legal and Ethical Cases from the World of Sports - Case 1 - Athletic training students in ATR 433 - Administration in Athletic Training will be presenting real court cases involving sports and athletics. Through lawyer questions and witness testimony, the students will present the facts of the case for the jury and the audience to determine guilt or innocence.

Model Courtroom

Middleton, Steve - 1 point(s)

Monday, October 9, 2017

12:00:00 PM - Domestic Violence Awareness - Clothesline Project - Join us for this interactive event! Clothesline Project is a visual display that bears witness to sexual assault and intimate partner violence. A speaker from CARDV (The Coalition Against Rape and Domestic Violence) will present information about relationship violence, then immediately following the presentation, participants are invited to create t-shirts to represent experiences with intimate partner violence or sexual assault. T-shirts will be displayed on campus for Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

Ivy Room

Wilson, Elizabeth - 1 point(s)

Monday, October 9, 2017

5:00:00 PM - Exploring Hispanic History and Culture: Exploring the Untied Farm Workers Union and Cesar Chavez - Multicultural Affairs Club celebrates Hispanic-Latino Heritage Month. Join in a discussion exploring the United Farm Workers Union and Cesar Chavez's activism, from 1952 -1976,. Q & A and Reflection Form

Library Auditorium

Cyndi Koonse - 1 point(s)

Monday, October 9, 2017

7:00:00 PM - Volleyball vs College of the Ozarks. - Volleyball vs College of the Ozarks. For all athletic events, you must sign in at the start of the game and scan your id card after the game is over. Events may be cancelled or times changed due to weather. Check LEAD calendar prior to event for updates.

Anderson Arena

Kristina Sievert - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

12:00:00 PM - Domestic Violence Awareness - Clothesline Project - Join us for this interactive event! Clothesline Project is a visual display that bears witness to sexual assault and intimate partner violence. A speaker from CARDV (The Coalition Against Rape and Domestic Violence) will present information about relationship violence, then immediately following the presentation, participants are invited to create t-shirts to represent experiences with intimate partner violence or sexual assault. T-shirts will be displayed on campus for Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Repeat Event - Point Only Awarded Once!

Ivy Room

Elizabeth Wilson - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

12:30:00 PM - From Africa With Love - It has been said that once you visit Africa, you can never quite get it out of your blood. The land has a way of captivating you with its beauty, its wildlife, its history and its people. Jon Barnes, took his family to South Africa as a missionary. He learned a lot of valuable lessons about being a global good citizen, gaining wisdom from other cultures and living an inspired life through the example of people like Nelson Mandela. Jon and his family returned to the United States with many gifts from their time in Africa; he will share some of those with us. Sponsored by The Office of Faith and Service and the Center for Ethics and Global Studies,

Kemper Arts Center Rm 112

Tamerius, Travis - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

5:00:00 PM - Women's Soccer vs Columbia College - Women's Soccer vs Columbia College. For all athletic events, you must sign in at the start of the game and scan your id card after the game is over. Events may be cancelled or times changed due to weather. Check LEAD calendar prior to event for updates.

Soccer Field

Kristina Sievert - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

7:00:00 PM - Men's Soccer vs Columbia College - Men's Soccer vs Columbia College. For all athletic events, you must sign in at the start of the game and scan your id card after the game is over. Game may start late depending on the women's soccer game before this one. Events may be cancelled or times changed due to weather. Check LEAD calendar prior to event for updates.

Soccer Field

Kristina Sievert - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

4:00:00 PM - Rememory Exhibition by John Chang -

Exhibit of selected works by John Chang.  Print the relfection form and take it with you to the Rememory Exhibition from 4:00 to 6:00 pm in the Cox Gallery.  Attend the exhibit; have the form validated by the gallory director; and follow all directions on the reflection form.  Submit the form in the LEAD EVENTS folder in the gallery hallway by 6:00 pm. 


Cox Gallery

Petrescu, Nicole - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

11:00:00 AM - Athletics on Trial: Legal and Ethical Cases from the World of Sports - Case 2 - Athletic training students in ATR 433 - Administration in Athletic Training will be presenting real court cases involving sports and athletics. Through lawyer questions and witness testimony, the students will present the facts of the case for the jury and the audience to determine guilt or innocence.

Model Courtroom

Middleton, Steve - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

3:15:00 PM - Non-Verbal Sexual Communication - This event will look at how people communicate non-verbally and how this could get you into trouble.

Burton 006

Hertzog, Julian - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

4:00:00 PM - Ways and Reactions of Coming Out - Skits and stories brought to you by the Queers & Allies Club.

Ivy Room

Koonse, Cyndi - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

4:00:00 PM - On the Road, Somewhere - International Film Series - Just before college, three friends are preparing for a ritual known to middle-class teenagers around the world – a final, carefree summer road trip before the first steps into adulthood begin and everything they know changes. They plan a trip from north to south in the Dominican Republic, eventually meeting up with one of the boys’ girlfriend who is staying with her grandmother. Along the way, their car breaks down frequently, providing plenty of opportunities to meet some fascinating characters and allowing their hilarious conversations, arguments and riffs on popular culture, national identity and politics to build momentum. In Spanish with English subtitles. Not rated.

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

6:30:00 PM - Safe Space Training - LGBTQA 101 - Join in the interactive discussion addressing current terminology, the impact of questions and assumptions, phobias, forms of oppression and the four levels of becoming an ally and active support system for the LGBTQ community.

Ivy Room

Cyndi Koonse - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

7:00:00 PM - On the Road, Somewhere - International Film Series - Just before college, three friends are preparing for a ritual known to middle-class teenagers around the world – a final, carefree summer road trip before the first steps into adulthood begin and everything they know changes. They plan a trip from north to south in the Dominican Republic, eventually meeting up with one of the boys’ girlfriend who is staying with her grandmother. Along the way, their car breaks down frequently, providing plenty of opportunities to meet some fascinating characters and allowing their hilarious conversations, arguments and riffs on popular culture, national identity and politics to build momentum. In Spanish with English subtitles. Not rated. *Repeat event - point only awarded once*

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Thursday, October 12, 2017

11:00:00 AM - Poster Display, Presentation and Judging - Students from SCI 205-Scientific Enterprise will display posters in the gallery in the upper level of Kemper Art Center from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm. LEAD students are invited to view the posters, learn about the scientific ideas involved, and judge the presentation of information.

Kemper Art Center, Upper Level

Wedge Watkins - 1 point(s)

Thursday, October 12, 2017

11:15:00 AM - WWU Community Stands United for Suicide Prevention - 1,100 college students die by suicide each year. On Thursday, October 12th, help raise awareness on our campus regarding suicide prevention. Visit the table outside of Tucker Dining Hall and take the pledge to reduce stigma and keep the conversation going regarding mental health. For LEAD credit, stop by, take the pledge, and complete a reflection form. We will be creating a WWU community art project as part of this event to create a visual representation of the 1,100 college students lost each year to suicide.

Tucker Lawn

Burton, Jennifer - 0.5 point(s)

Thursday, October 12, 2017

9:00:00 PM - Cosmic Bowling Night - Join CAB for a night of FREE bowling at the Fulton Bowling Alley! Must have student ID to attend!

Off Campus

Alyssa McManus - 0.5 point(s)

Friday, October 13, 2017

11:30:00 AM - Painting Session - Cox Gallery is organizing monthly painting sessions for an art installation that will be on display in the art gallery in March 2018 during the Equality Matters WWU symposium. Students are invited to paint a prayer flag inspired by Tibetan traditions: Tibetans believe the prayers and mantras will be blown by the wind to spread the good will and compassion into all pervading space. No experience is necessary. Space limited-Event limited to first 20 students.

118 Kemper Art Center

Petrescu, Nicole - 1 point(s)

Friday, October 13, 2017

8:00:00 PM - Creative Look at Campus - Use a smart phone app such as https://pic-collage.com/ to photograph objects on campus to spell out a word that expresses your life on campus! No paper necessary, send your photo design attached to an e-mail with your LEAD ID # to Professor Terry Martin at Terry.Martin@williamwoods.edu. Professor Martin will review your design and submit it for LEAD credit. Submissions due no later than Friday, October 27.

Arts Center

Martin, Terry - 1 point(s)

Friday, October 13, 2017

8:00:00 PM - Disc Golf - October - Come to Weider Fitness Center, get your score card and play 9 holes of the disc golf course. You can also use a soccer ball to play the course for a fun twist on the game! Limit two rounds of golf each month for LEAD credit.

Weider Fitness Center

Dyllon Harper - 0.5 point(s)

Saturday, October 14, 2017

1:00:00 PM - Women's Soccer vs Lyon College - Women's Soccer vs Lyon College. For all athletic events, you must sign in at the start of the game and scan your id card after the game is over. Events may be cancelled or times changed due to weather. Check LEAD calendar prior to event for updates.

Soccer Field

Kristina Sievert - 1 point(s)

Saturday, October 14, 2017

3:00:00 PM - Men's Soccer vs Lyon College - Men's Soccer vs Lyon College. For all athletic events, you must sign in at the start of the game and scan your id card after the game is over. Game may start late depending on the women's soccer game before this one. Events may be cancelled or times changed due to weather. Check LEAD calendar prior to event for updates.

Soccer Field

Kristina Sievert - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

4:00:00 PM - Why Sport Matters - Come for an open dialogue on the importance of sport for individual athletes. We will consider the individual benefits of participation in sports and have an open discussion of current issues in athlete development from youth to adult participation.

Burton 216

Stephen Forsha - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

5:00:00 PM - Men's Soccer vs Harris-Stowe State University - Men's Soccer vs Harris-Stowe State University. For all athletic events, you must sign in at the start of the game and scan your id card after the game is over. Events may be cancelled or times changed due to weather. Check LEAD calendar prior to event for updates.

Soccer Field

Kristina Sievert - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

7:00:00 PM - Women's Soccer vs Harris-Stowe State University - Women's Soccer vs Harris-Stowe State University. For all athletic events, you must sign in at the start of the game and scan your id card after the game is over. Game may start late depending on the men's soccer game before this one. Events may be cancelled or times changed due to weather. Check LEAD calendar prior to event for updates.

Soccer Field

Kristina Sievert - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

6:00:00 PM - Domestic Violence Awareness - In Her Shoes - Join us and CARDV, (Coalition Against Rape and Domestic Violence) for this interactive event to learn about the challenges and barriers for victims of domestic violence. In Her Shoes is a revolutionary community education tool, where participants move, do, think and experience the lives of battered women. This event will be limited to 50 participants.

Burton 006

Elizabeth Wilson - 1 point(s)

Thursday, October 19, 2017

3:30:00 PM - This is Woods: A Conversation with Paul Clervi - What is the art of life and what does it mean to live a life of art? Paul Clervi has long been a signature piece of our campus community. A former William Woods professor, Clervi's artwork adorns our campus and his contributions for half a century have made our university a much better place to live and learn. This event will be a wide-ranging conversation between Paul and Travis Tamerius about Paul's life story, the creative process, finding inspiration, adding beauty to the world and what it means to live a life of meaning and value. (Light dessert provided.)

Cox Gallery

Tamerius, Travis - 1 point(s)

Thursday, October 19, 2017

6:00:00 PM - Alumni Speaker Series - Grab your tray and join Ilana Archuleta Holland '13, MBA '15 as she chronicles her marketing career from a National Equestrian Association, to the Missouri wine industry, financial investments and now a corporate Marketing Director.

Ivy Room

Stinson, Becky - 1 point(s)

Friday, October 20, 2017

12:00:00 PM - RESPECT Institute Series: Speaker 1 - Mental health issues are common but often misunderstood. The negative portrayal of people who have mental illnesses in movies and on television, coupled with the sensationalization of news stories, tend to further the myths that such illnesses are untreatable and that their effects always end in disaster. Come hear a powerful, personal story from a speaker who has personally endured living with a mental illness. This speaker from Fulton State Hospital will offer insight into the ways general attitudes may affect the success or failure of the lives of people who face mental illnesses. Mental health issues are common but often misunderstood. The negative portrayal of people who have mental illnesses in movies and on television, coupled with the sensationalization of news stories, tend to further the myths that such illnesses are untreatable and that their effects always end in disaster. Come hear a powerful, personal story from a speaker who has personally endured living with a mental illness. This speaker from Fulton State Hospital will offer insight into the ways general attitudes may affect the success or failure of the lives of people who face mental illnesses.

Ivy Room

Margie Hoskins - 1 point(s)

Friday, October 20, 2017

6:00:00 PM - Volleyball vs Kansas Wesleyan University - Volleyball vs Kansas Wesleyan University. For all athletic events, you must sign in at the start of the game and scan your id card after the game is over. Events may be cancelled or times changed due to weather. Check LEAD calendar prior to event for updates.

Anderson Arena

Kristina Sievert - 1 point(s)

Friday, October 20, 2017

8:00:00 PM - Creative Look at Campus - Use a smart phone app such as https://pic-collage.com/ to photograph objects on campus to spell out a word that expresses your life on campus! No paper necessary, send your photo design attached to an e-mail with your LEAD ID # to Professor Terry Martin at Terry.Martin@williamwoods.edu. Professor Martin will review your design and submit it for LEAD credit. Submissions due no later than Friday, October 27.

Arts Center

Martin, Terry - 1 point(s)

Friday, October 20, 2017

8:00:00 PM - Disc Golf - October - Come to Weider Fitness Center, get your score card and play 9 holes of the disc golf course. You can also use a soccer ball to play the course for a fun twist on the game! Limit two rounds of golf each month for LEAD credit.

Weider Fitness Center

Dyllon Harper - 0.5 point(s)

Saturday, October 21, 2017

1:00:00 PM - Women's Soccer vs Freed_Hardeman University - Women's Soccer vs Freed_Hardeman University. For all athletic events, you must sign in at the start of the game and scan your id card after the game is over. Events may be cancelled or times changed due to weather. Check LEAD calendar prior to event for updates.

Soccer Field

Kristina Sievert - 1 point(s)

Saturday, October 21, 2017

3:00:00 PM - Men's Soccer vs Freed_Hardeman University - Men's Soccer vs Freed_Hardeman University. For all athletic events, you must sign in at the start of the game and scan your id card after the game is over. Game may start late depending on the women's soccer game before this one. Events may be cancelled or times changed due to weather. Check LEAD calendar prior to event for updates.

Soccer Field

Kristina Sievert - 1 point(s)

Saturday, October 21, 2017

6:00:00 PM - Saturday Night Live: CDECA Cinema: Hocus Pocus - Join Collegiate DECA for an evening of fun and a showing of Hocus Pocus. There will also be a caramel apple and popcorn station!

Aldridge

Forster, David - 1 point(s)

Saturday, October 21, 2017

8:00:00 PM - WWU Madness - The William Woods Men's Basketball team will participate in a 3-point contest as well as a dunk contest in Anderson Arena. Join us for an exciting night and your first opportunity to see our men's basketball team in action.

Basketball Court

James Hays - 1 point(s)

Monday, October 23, 2017

12:00:00 PM - Helen Chesnut - Breast Cancer Awareness Month - October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month! Helen Chesnut, Executive Director of Susan G. Koman Missouri and breast cancer survivor, will share her story.

Library Auditorium

Schick, Debbie - 1 point(s)

Monday, October 23, 2017

3:30:00 PM - Positive Attitude Awareness Month! - Attitude awareness is the first step to building a positive attitude. We will be sharing that positive awareness is everything and some strategies that will improve our attitudes about life.

Burton 006

Boyer Ferhat, Caroline - 1 point(s)

Monday, October 23, 2017

4:45:00 PM - Fitness Education - Certified strength and conditioning coach Bob Jones will be discussing approaches to stay in shape without going to the gym by incorporating innovative techniques and the TeamBuildr fitness app.

Ivy Room

Sweeten Randall, Lacey - 0.5 point(s)

Monday, October 23, 2017

6:00:00 PM - Volleyball vs Missouri Baptist University - Volleyball vs Missouri Baptist University. For all athletic events, you must sign in at the start of the game and scan your id card after the game is over. Events may be cancelled or times changed due to weather. Check LEAD calendar prior to event for updates.

Anderson Arena

Kristina Sievert - 1 point(s)

Monday, October 23, 2017

8:15:00 PM - Zumba Your Way To Fitness - Join William Woods alumna and certified instructor Kristin Hu to learn how Zumba utilizes cardio and movement to burn calories and dance to great music. Students will then participate in a Zumba fitness class. Dress appropriately as participation is required.

Aldridge

Sweeten Randall, Lacey - 0.5 point(s)

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

12:00:00 PM - HIIT Fitness - Participate in a popular way to burn fat, improve endurance, and build strength with high intensity interval training. Learn how Hiit has become an effective alternative to normal cardio by increasing both your aerobic and anaerobic endurance. Dress appropriately as participation is required. .

Tennis Courts

Sweeten Randall, Lacey - 0.5 point(s)

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

3:30:00 PM - Protect Yourself From Identity Theft - Jackie Reehoff and Becca Varner from Regions Bank will give you the inside info about identity theft. You will learn common forms of identity theft, how to recognize identity theft and safeguard yourself before it happens, what to do if you are a victim of identity theft, and how and where to report fraud.

Library Auditorium

Schick, Debbie - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

4:00:00 PM - Reading by Steve Weigenstein - Instructor Steve Weignestein has written three historical novels tracing the formation of and challenges facing a utopian community in the Missouri Ozarks in the nineteenth century. Join the author on the publication of the third book in this series as he discusses the writing life, his interest in utopian communities, and rediscovering long forgotten aspects of Missouri life and culture.

Woody's

Dube, Matt - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

4:00:00 PM - Boot Burn Boogie: Line Dancing - Join Professor Cindy Robb and boogie your way into fitness with line dancing. Learn how line dancing can be a great way to burn calories and boost your metabolism. Dress appropriately as participation is required.

Aldridge Patio

Sweeten Randall, Lacey - 0.5 point(s)

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

5:30:00 PM - HIIT Fitness - Participate in a popular way to burn fat, improve endurance, and build strength with high intensity interval training. Learn how Hiit has become an effective alternative to normal cardio by increasing both your aerobic and anaerobic endurance. Dress appropriately as participation is required. Repeat event. LEAD credit only awarded once.

Tennis Courts

Sweeten Randall, Lacey - 0.5 point(s)

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

6:00:00 PM - NSLS Speaker Broadcast - NSLS will broadcast live Wendy Williams and the audience will have an opportunity to tweet her questions. Williams will discuss her inspirational journey towards success, latest ventures into technology and fashion, and the importance of following a passion. She is a well-known actress and TV host that has an honest style and likes to touch on difficult subjects.

Kemper Arts Center Rm 112

Smith, Craig - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

7:00:00 PM - Pumpkin Painting Contest - Pumpkin painting competition. Students will paint and produce a pumpkin that will be judged and the winning pair will win a prize. (Only teams of two)

Outdoor Ampitheatre

Alyssa McManus - 0.5 point(s)

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

12:00:00 PM - Trans* Spectrum Panel - Members of the T in LGBT come to introduce themselves and participate in a Q&A session.

Ivy Room

Koonse, Cyndi - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

4:30:00 PM - Fitness for Females - Join coach Bob Jones and actively learn how different lifting techniques may benefit your health. Dress appropriately as participation is required.

Weider Fitness Center

Sweeten Randall, Lacey - 0.5 point(s)

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

5:15:00 PM - Intro to HIIT - Join coach Bob Jones and actively learn how high intensity interval training is a more effective way to burn fat than cardio. Dress appropriately as participation is required.

Weider Fitness Center

Sweeten Randall, Lacey - 0.5 point(s)

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

6:00:00 PM - Traditional Lifiting - Join coach Bob Jones and actively learn how to incorporate quality lifting techniques to build muscle. Dress appropriately as participation is required.

Weider Fitness Center

Sweeten Randall, Lacey - 0.5 point(s)

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

6:15:00 PM - Raptor Rehabilitation Project - Learn the importance of raptors in our environment and how you may become a volunteer with University of Missouri's Raptor Rehabilitation Project.

Library Auditorium

Cyndi Koonse - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

7:00:00 PM - Volleyball vs Harris-Stowe State University - Volleyball vs Harris-Stowe State University. For all athletic events, you must sign in at the start of the game and scan your id card after the game is over. Events may be cancelled or times changed due to weather. Check LEAD calendar prior to event for updates.

Anderson Arena

Kristina Sievert - 1 point(s)

Thursday, October 26, 2017

12:00:00 PM - Sport - Is It A Man's World? - On the evening of October 4th, the Minnesota Lynx and Los Angeles Sparks played game 5 (in a best of 5 series) of the WNBA Finals. As these two played to a close finish to end the series, neither ESPN (who aired the game on ESPN2), FoxSports.com or CNNSI.com had any real coverage in the headlines or front pages of their websites. With nearly 4 million girls and women play high school and college sports, as well as being fans of college and professional sports teams, are girls and women still seen as invaders in sport? Join Doug Sanders, Director of WWU-Sports Management Program, as we discuss some of the progress and challenges addressed by women within sports.

Burton 006

Cyndi Koonse - 1 point(s)

Thursday, October 26, 2017

12:15:00 PM - Yoga-Palooza - Join Paige Bichsel at the dock and learn how yoga incorporates physical, mental, and spiritual disciplines to tone muscle, increase flexibility, and improve balance. Dress appropriately as participation is required.

Junior Lake

Sweeten Randall, Lacey - 0.5 point(s)

Thursday, October 26, 2017

6:00:00 PM - Body Combat - Step into BODYCOMBAT with YMCA instructors and punch and kick your way to fitness, burning up to 740 calories along the way. Participate and learn how this high energy martial arts inspired workout utilizes non contact combat and simplistic movement to stay in shape. Dress appropriately as participation is required.

Outdoor Ampitheatre

Sweeten Randall, Lacey - 0.5 point(s)

Thursday, October 26, 2017

7:30:00 PM - LOVE MINUS - LOVE MINUS is a deft and brightly written account of the lives and loves of four young swinging singles who have come to New York City in search of fulfillment. Fast-moving, funny, yet frequently touching, the play is also sharply revealing as it probes beneath the seemingly laid-back attitudes of its characters.—Samuel French Publishing. Tickets are $3.00.

Dulany Auditorium

Alpers-Springer, Melissa - 1 point(s)

Friday, October 27, 2017

12:00:00 PM - Healthy Eating: Bye Bye Freshman 15 - Join the Peer Educators and learn how to healthy eating doesn’t involve strict dietary limitations, staying unrealistically thin, or depriving yourself of the foods that you love. Rather, it's about feeling great, having more energy, and stabilizing your mood.

Woody's

Sweeten Randall, Lacey - 0.5 point(s)

Friday, October 27, 2017

7:30:00 PM - LOVE MINUS - LOVE MINUS is a deft and brightly written account of the lives and loves of four young swinging singles who have come to New York City in search of fulfillment. Fast-moving, funny, yet frequently touching, the play is also sharply revealing as it probes beneath the seemingly laid-back attitudes of its characters.—Samuel French Publishing. Tickets are $3.00. Repeat event - Point only awarded once.

Dulany Auditorium

Alpers-Springer, Melissa - 1 point(s)

Friday, October 27, 2017

8:00:00 PM - Disc Golf - October - Come to Weider Fitness Center, get your score card and play 9 holes of the disc golf course. You can also use a soccer ball to play the course for a fun twist on the game! Limit two rounds of golf each month for LEAD credit.

Weider Fitness Center

Dyllon Harper - 0.5 point(s)

Saturday, October 28, 2017

7:30:00 PM - LOVE MINUS - LOVE MINUS is a deft and brightly written account of the lives and loves of four young swinging singles who have come to New York City in search of fulfillment. Fast-moving, funny, yet frequently touching, the play is also sharply revealing as it probes beneath the seemingly laid-back attitudes of its characters.—Samuel French Publishing. Tickets are $3.00. Repeat event - Point only awarded once.

Dulany Auditorium

Alpers-Springer, Melissa - 1 point(s)

Saturday, October 28, 2017

8:00:00 PM - WWU Ghost Tour - Students will embark on a guided tour of the campus, learning about the storied history of William Woods.

Chapel

Davis, Joseph - 1 point(s)

Sunday, October 29, 2017

8:00:00 PM - WWU Ghost Tour - Students will embark on a guided tour of the campus, learning about the storied history of William Woods. Repeat event. Point only awarded once.

Chapel

Davis, Joseph - 1 point(s)

Sunday, October 29, 2017

9:00:00 PM - S'mores & Scary Stories Night - Bring your friends and join CAB for an evening of bonfire and s'mores! Feel free to share your scary stories around the fire.

Junior Lake

Alyssa McManus - 1 point(s)

Monday, October 30, 2017

12:00:00 PM - Purple Briefcase is Here! - Purple what? Join Career Services to learn about the new career technology and how it can help YOU land a job.

206 Burton Building Computer Lab

Dittmer, Amy - 1 point(s)

Monday, October 30, 2017

3:00:00 PM - Safe Space Training - LGBTQA 101 - Join in the interactive discussion addressing current terminology, the impact of questions and assumptions, phobias, forms of oppression and the four levels of becoming an ally and active support system, for the LGBTQ community. Repeat event - Point only awarded once.

Ivy Room

Cyndi Koonse - 1 point(s)

Monday, October 30, 2017

6:00:00 PM - The Game of Life: You Do Not Always WIN (Opening Keynote) - Join WWU alum, Kevin Wingenbach, as he shares his journey from student to professional, the life lessons learned along the way, and how you don’t always win at Life.

Dulany Auditorium

Dittmer, Amy - 1 point(s)

Monday, October 30, 2017

9:00:00 PM - Rocky Horror Picture Show - Join the Jesters for the cult classic, Rocky Horror Picture Show! A loving couple, a few lost monsters and a sweet transvestite from transsexual Transylvania sing and dance through a campy, sloppy salute to horror movies and sexual liberation. Bring your sense of humor. Yell at the screen. Get up on stage and dance the Time Warp. Costumes are optional. The movie is free, but prop bags are $3 and are available at the door.

Dulany Auditorium

Alpers-Springer, Melissa - 0.5 point(s)

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

12:30:00 PM - The Game of Life: Smelly FISH - Sometimes you have to make the best of life, even when it is a little smelly. Learn how to stay motivated in the work place and in life by using the FISH Philosophy.

Ivy Room

Dittmer, Amy - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

4:00:00 PM - The Game of Life: Rental and Lease Agreements - Before you sign your life away to rent an apartment, you need to know what you are doing. Join Professor Cynthia Kramer to learn what exactly you are signing.

Library Auditorium

Dittmer, Amy - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

11:30:00 AM - Catching Hell from All Quarter: Anti-Klan Activists and the Un-Masking of the Invisible Empire. A lecture by Sean Rost. - William Woods History Education alum, Mizzou PHD candidate, and current adjunct instructor Sean Rost will present on the strategies used by anti-Ku Klux Klan activists throughout the United States, with a particular focus on Missouri. Rost contends that while Klansmen/women utilized patriotic rhetoric, philanthropy, and Christianity to cloak themselves in robes of respectability, anti-Klan activists (including Jews, Catholics, and African Americans) relied upon allies in politics, the press, and the pulpit to rally their fellow citizens to oppose, and ultimately un-mask, the Invisible Empire.

Library Auditorium

Smith, Craig - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

12:00:00 PM - The Game of Life: Money Challenge - Be a part of the Game of Life, where you will receive a career and salary based off your ACTUAL major, rent an apartment, purchase a new car, and see what Life might throw your way. Each student receives an Individualized Report and Plan afterwards.

Ivy Room

Dittmer, Amy - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

4:00:00 PM - Pelle the Conqueror - International Film Series - At the end of the 19th century, an elderly and widowed farmer and his young son join a boat-load of immigrants to escape from impoverished rural Sweden to Denmark’s Baltic island of Bornholm. They are employed on a large farm where they are treated very poorly. It is ultimately their loving relationship which sustains them through a difficult year and supports their dream of finding a better life. This film won numerous awards, including the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. In Danish and Swedish with English subtitles. Rated PG-13. (150 min.)

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

7:00:00 PM - Pelle the Conqueror - International Film Series - At the end of the 19th century, an elderly and widowed farmer and his young son join a boat-load of immigrants to escape from impoverished rural Sweden to Denmark’s Baltic island of Bornholm. They are employed on a large farm where they are treated very poorly. It is ultimately their loving relationship which sustains them through a difficult year and supports their dream of finding a better life. This film won numerous awards, including the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. In Danish and Swedish with English subtitles. Rated PG-13. (150 min.) *Repeat event - point only awarded once*

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Thursday, November 2, 2017

6:00:00 PM - Lessons Learned in the Game of Life - Join alumnae, Shellee Spring, Senior Vice President at Cerner Corporation in Kansas City, as she shares her career journey and all the wins and losses along the way.

Dulany Auditorium

Dittmer, Amy - 1 point(s)

Friday, November 3, 2017

11:00:00 AM - NSLS Speaker Broadcast - NSLS will broadcast Sir Richard Branson, who is an activist, adventurer, and the founder of Virgin Group. Branson will share candid details of triumphs and failures, an intimate look into his quest to push boundaries, and ways to make the world better for future generations. Short Q&A/discussion to follow.

Kemper Arts Center Rm 112

Smith, Craig - 1 point(s)

Friday, November 3, 2017

11:00:00 AM - The Game of Life: Grad School Meet-up - Considering graduate school? Stop by to gather information on schools, programs, and graduate assistant opportunities.

Ivy Room

Dittmer, Amy - 1 point(s)

Friday, November 3, 2017

8:00:00 PM - Disc Golf - November - Come to Weider Fitness Center, get your score card and play 9 holes of the disc golf course. You can also use a soccer ball to play the course for a fun twist on the game! Limit two rounds of golf each month for LEAD credit.

Weider Fitness Center

Dyllon Harper - 0.5 point(s)

Monday, November 6, 2017

6:30:00 PM - Meet Caritas Habimana, Rwanda Refugee - Genocide survivor and Rwanda refugee, Caritas Habimana, will share her compelling and inspiring life story.

Library Auditorium

Koonse, Cyndi - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

12:00:00 PM - Mesa de español - Bring your own lunch and join us for Spanish conversation table! Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or even a native speaker of Spanish, this monthly gathering has something for everyone. ¡Bienvenidos!

Nielsen Room

Hannah Bolados - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

4:00:00 PM - The Zookeeper's Wife - International Film Series - In 1939 Poland, Antonina Zabinska and her husband successfully run the Warsaw Zoo and raise their family in an idyllic environment. Their world is overturned, however, when Poland is invaded by the Nazis and they are forced to report to the Reich’s newly appointed zoologist. To fight back on their own terms, the Zabinskis risk everything by covertly working with the Resistance and using the zoo’s hidden tunnels and cages to save Jewish families from Nazi brutality. In English and German. Rated PG-13. (127 min.)

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

6:30:00 PM - Jeremy Wallace - The President's Concert & Lecture Series presents Jeremy Wallace. Jeremy L. Wallace is an author, professional speaker, and entrepreneur. His book, Taking The Scenic Route To Manhood, chronicles his extraordinary journey as a transgender man. Combining his expertise as an entrepreneurial business owner and a transgender person, Jeremy speaks about embracing change, becoming our true selves, and living up to our full potential.

Cutlip Auditorium

Barnett, Jahnae - 2 point(s)

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

7:00:00 PM - The Zookeeper's Wife - International Film Series - In 1939 Poland, Antonina Zabinska and her husband successfully run the Warsaw Zoo and raise their family in an idyllic environment. Their world is overturned, however, when Poland is invaded by the Nazis and they are forced to report to the Reich’s newly appointed zoologist. To fight back on their own terms, the Zabinskis risk everything by covertly working with the Resistance and using the zoo’s hidden tunnels and cages to save Jewish families from Nazi brutality. In English and German. Rated PG-13. (127 min.) *Repeat event - point only awarded once*

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Friday, November 10, 2017

8:00:00 PM - Disc Golf - November - Come to Weider Fitness Center, get your score card and play 9 holes of the disc golf course. You can also use a soccer ball to play the course for a fun twist on the game! Limit two rounds of golf each month for LEAD credit.

Weider Fitness Center

Dyllon Harper - 0.5 point(s)

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

6:00:00 PM - Warrior Camp: Equine Assisted Psychotherapy as Treatment for Trauma Survivors - Warrior Camp is a program that uses Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) to address the trauma of war. Alynn Schmitt McManus, M.S.W. a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified EMDR therapist with over 30 years of direct clinical practice experience is actively involved with the Warrior Camp program. She will share her involvement with this program. Alynn Schmitt McManus is a WWU graduate, so that makes this program even more special.

Library Auditorium

Ward, Laura -  point(s)

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

6:00:00 PM - Warrior Camp: Equine Assisted Psychotherapy as Treatment for Trauma Survivors - Warrior Camp is a program that uses Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) to address the trauma of war. Alynn Schmitt McManus, M.S.W. a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified EMDR therapist with over 30 years of direct clinical practice experience is actively involved with the Warrior Camp program. She will share her involvement with this program. Alynn Schmitt McManus is a WWU graduate, so that makes this program even more special.

Library Auditorium

Laura Ward - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

6:00:00 PM - Warrior Camp: Equine Assisted Psychotherapy as Treatment for Trauma Survivors - Warrior Camp is a program that uses Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) to address the trauma of war. Alynn Schmitt McManus, M.S.W. a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified EMDR therapist with over 30 years of direct clinical practice experience is actively involved with the Warrior Camp program. She will share her involvement with this program. Alynn Schmitt McManus is a WWU graduate, so that makes this program even more special.

Library Auditorium

Laura Ward - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

6:00:00 PM - Warrior Camp: Equine Assisted Psychotherapy as Treatment for Trauma Survivors - Warrior Camp is a program that uses Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) to address the trauma of war. Alynn Schmitt McManus, M.S.W. a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified EMDR therapist with over 30 years of direct clinical practice experience is actively involved with the Warrior Camp program. She will share her involvement with this program. Alynn Schmitt McManus is a WWU graduate, so that makes this program even more special.

Library Auditorium

Laura Ward - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

6:00:00 PM - Warrior Camp: Equine Assisted Psychotherapy as Treatment for Trauma Survivors - Warrior Camp is a program that uses Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) to address the trauma of war. Alynn Schmitt McManus, M.S.W. a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified EMDR therapist with over 30 years of direct clinical practice experience is actively involved with the Warrior Camp program. She will share her involvement with this program. Alynn Schmitt McManus is a WWU graduate, so that makes this program even more special.

Library Auditorium

Laura Ward - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

6:00:00 PM - Warrior Camp: Equine Assisted Psychotherapy as Treatment for Trauma Survivors - Warrior Camp is a program that uses Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) to address the trauma of war. Alynn Schmitt McManus, M.S.W. a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified EMDR therapist with over 30 years of direct clinical practice experience is actively involved with the Warrior Camp program. She will share her involvement with this program. Alynn Schmitt McManus is a WWU graduate, so that makes this program even more special.

Library Auditorium

Laura Ward -  point(s)

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

6:00:00 PM - Warrior Camp: Equine Assisted Psychotherapy as Treatment for Trauma Survivors - Warrior Camp is a program that uses Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) to address the trauma of war. Alynn Schmitt McManus, M.S.W. a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified EMDR therapist with over 30 years of direct clinical practice experience is actively involved with the Warrior Camp program. She will share her involvement with this program. Alynn Schmitt McManus is a WWU graduate, so that makes this program even more special.

Library Auditorium

Laura Ward - 1 point(s)

Friday, November 17, 2017

7:00:00 PM - Woods Got Talent - On November 17, William Woods students will show off their secret talents in front of the best audience in Fulton, Missouri, which includes the William Woods student body, faculty, Fulton community and prospective students. The Student Alumni Council Freshman Class proudly presents Woods Got Talent. At the end of the show, you, the audience will vote for your favorite act, and the top three acts will receive a cash prize.

Dulany Auditorium

Stinson, Becky - 1 point(s)

Friday, November 17, 2017

8:00:00 PM - Disc Golf - November - Come to Weider Fitness Center, get your score card and play 9 holes of the disc golf course. You can also use a soccer ball to play the course for a fun twist on the game! Limit two rounds of golf each month for LEAD credit.

Weider Fitness Center

Dyllon Harper - 0.5 point(s)

Monday, November 27, 2017

6:30:00 PM - Wisdom for Wellness Series: Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Prevention Talk - Derek Landes of Spectrum Healthcare of Columbia, Missouri will here on campus to present on the latest and most up-to-date information about STD's. This event will be the kick-off for the Fall 2017 WWU Get Yourself Tested (GYT) Day in which FREE STD Testing will be available on campus the day after on Tuesday, November 28th! Come join us to learn the current details on STD's, how they are contracted, the best ways to protect yourself, and treatment. The more you know about your health, the better you can protect yourself and your partner(s) from getting infected.

Library Auditorium

Burton, Jennifer - 1 point(s)

Thursday, November 30, 2017

7:30:00 PM - All Through the Night - All Through the Night speaks directly with a warning for today. Set during and after the Third Reich, a stylistic, surrealistic play inspired by interviews with German Gentile women. The play sweeps from their teen years through adulthood through the Holocaust and beyond. The Nazi Regime impacts the women's lives as they struggle over work, religion, marriage and motherhood. Making overwhelmingly hard choices, they survive or succumb to Hitler's Reign and are changed forever.

Cutlip Auditorium

Potter, Joe - 2 point(s)

Thursday, November 30, 2017

8:00:00 PM - Disc Golf - November - Come to Weider Fitness Center, get your score card and play 9 holes of the disc golf course. You can also use a soccer ball to play the course for a fun twist on the game! Limit two rounds of golf each month for LEAD credit.

Weider Fitness Center

Dyllon Harper - 0.5 point(s)

Friday, December 1, 2017

7:30:00 PM - All Through the Night - All Through the Night speaks directly with a warning for today. Set during and after the Third Reich, a stylistic, surrealistic play inspired by interviews with German Gentile women. The play sweeps from their teen years through adulthood through the Holocaust and beyond. The Nazi Regime impacts the women's lives as they struggle over work, religion, marriage and motherhood. Making overwhelmingly hard choices, they survive or succumb to Hitler's Reign and are changed forever. Repeat event! Points only awarded once!

Cutlip Auditorium

Potter, Joe - 2 point(s)

Saturday, December 2, 2017

2:00:00 PM - All Through the Night - All Through the Night speaks directly with a warning for today. Set during and after the Third Reich, a stylistic, surrealistic play inspired by interviews with German Gentile women. The play sweeps from their teen years through adulthood through the Holocaust and beyond. The Nazi Regime impacts the women's lives as they struggle over work, religion, marriage and motherhood. Making overwhelmingly hard choices, they survive or succumb to Hitler's Reign and are changed forever. Repeat event! Points only awarded once!

Cutlip Auditorium

Potter, Joe - 2 point(s)

Saturday, December 2, 2017

7:30:00 PM - All Through the Night - All Through the Night speaks directly with a warning for today. Set during and after the Third Reich, a stylistic, surrealistic play inspired by interviews with German Gentile women. The play sweeps from their teen years through adulthood through the Holocaust and beyond. The Nazi Regime impacts the women's lives as they struggle over work, religion, marriage and motherhood. Making overwhelmingly hard choices, they survive or succumb to Hitler's Reign and are changed forever. Repeat event! Points only awarded once!

Cutlip Auditorium

Potter, Joe - 2 point(s)

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

4:00:00 PM - Land of Mine - International Film Series - As World War II comes to an end, a group of young German POWs is captured by the Danish army and forced to defuse and clear land mines from the Danish coast. With little or no training, the boys soon discover that the war is far from over. Inspired by true events, the film exposes the untold story about the young men who faced overwhelming odds in a post-war world. In German, Danish, and English. Rated R. (100 min.)

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

7:00:00 PM - Land of Mine - International Film Series - As World War II comes to an end, a group of young German POWs is captured by the Danish army and forced to defuse and clear land mines from the Danish coast. With little or no training, the boys soon discover that the war is far from over. Inspired by true events, the film exposes the untold story about the young men who faced overwhelming odds in a post-war world. In German, Danish, and English. Rated R. (100 min.) *Repeat event - point only awarded once*

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

4:00:00 PM - A Time for Drunken Horses - International Film Series - After their father dies, five siblings are forced to survive on their own in a Kurdish village on the border of Iran and Iraq. Matters are made worse when twelve-year- old Ayoub, the new head of the family, is told that his handicapped brother, Madi, needs an immediate operation in order to remain alive. This heartbreaking tale shows the lengths to which a family will go in order to survive in the harshest of conditions, where even the horses are fed liquor in order to work. In Farsi and Kurdish with English subtitles. Not rated. Iran (75 min.) 2000

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

7:00:00 PM - A Time for Drunken Horses - International Film Series - After their father dies, five siblings are forced to survive on their own in a Kurdish village on the border of Iran and Iraq. Matters are made worse when twelve-year- old Ayoub, the new head of the family, is told that his handicapped brother, Madi, needs an immediate operation in order to remain alive. This heartbreaking tale shows the lengths to which a family will go in order to survive in the harshest of conditions, where even the horses are fed liquor in order to work. In Farsi and Kurdish with English subtitles. Not rated. Iran (75 min.) 2000 *Repeat event - point only awarded once*

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

4:00:00 PM - Dye Your Hair Suicide Blonde - Why Words Matter in a Modern World - Every generation defines itself, in part, by changing the language of their society. Why does accurate interpretation of these changes matter? Why is good writing always dependent upon not just artistic interpretation, but also knowledge of sources, historical precedent, and consideration of the audience? Come hear WWU alum and author Dr. Victoria Hubbell discuss some of her favorite anecdotes and how they shed a 2017 light on an age-old problem.

Library Auditorium

Utrecht, Rachel - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

4:00:00 PM - Tanna - International Film Series - In one of the last traditional tribes in the South Pacific, a young girl falls in love with her chief’s grandson. But when war with their enemies escalates, the girl is unknowingly betrothed as part of a peace deal. Determined to remain true to their hearts, the young lovers run away, but are pursued by warriors desperate to enforce tribal law. With their lives on the line, the star-crossed lovers must choose between their hearts and the peaceful future of the tribe. Filmed on location in Vanuatu, breathtaking in scope and imagery, the film is based on a true story and performed by the people of Yakel. In Nauvhal with English subtitles. Not rated. Australia (104 min.) 2016

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

7:00:00 PM - Tanna - International Film Series - In one of the last traditional tribes in the South Pacific, a young girl falls in love with her chief’s grandson. But when war with their enemies escalates, the girl is unknowingly betrothed as part of a peace deal. Determined to remain true to their hearts, the young lovers run away, but are pursued by warriors desperate to enforce tribal law. With their lives on the line, the star-crossed lovers must choose between their hearts and the peaceful future of the tribe. Filmed on location in Vanuatu, breathtaking in scope and imagery, the film is based on a true story and performed by the people of Yakel. In Nauvhal with English subtitles. Not rated. Australia (104 min.) 2016 *Repeat event - point only awarded once*

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

4:00:00 PM - Ixcanul (Volcano) - International Film Series - For a Mayan family of three living on the misty slope of a volcano, life on a coffee plantation is a portrait of disappearing traditions and a disappearing people. Seventeen-year-old Maria dreams of life on the other side of the volcano, stretching across all of Mexico and into the United States. Her pleasant life picking coffee, cooking, and taking care of farm animals is too boring for her. She intends to bolt from an arranged marriage with her father's boss. In doing so she sets herself up for confrontations between stability and independence, city and country, Mayan and Spanish cultures, and more. In Spanish and Kaqchikel (Mayan) with English subtitles. Not rated. Guatemala (91 min.) 2015

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

7:00:00 PM - Ixcanul (Volcano) - International Film Series - For a Mayan family of three living on the misty slope of a volcano, life on a coffee plantation is a portrait of disappearing traditions and a disappearing people. Seventeen-year-old Maria dreams of life on the other side of the volcano, stretching across all of Mexico and into the United States. Her pleasant life picking coffee, cooking, and taking care of farm animals is too boring for her. She intends to bolt from an arranged marriage with her father's boss. In doing so she sets herself up for confrontations between stability and independence, city and country, Mayan and Spanish cultures, and more. In Spanish and Kaqchikel (Mayan) with English subtitles. Not rated. Guatemala (91 min.) 2015 *Repeat event - point only awarded once*

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Thursday, February 22, 2018

7:30:00 PM - Faith County - Somewhere in the middle of nowhere in the South, there's a place where the beehive hairdo is still the rage and Saturday nights are reserved for the tractor pull in nearby Pickler. A colorful collection of good ole country folk gather round for this year's county fair, and there's stiff competition in the Arts and Crafts category. Faith County enjoyed a thirty-five week run on WLYX and was featured on the television special Dateline.

Dulany Auditorium

Potter, Joe - 2 point(s)

Friday, February 23, 2018

7:30:00 PM - Faith County - Somewhere in the middle of nowhere in the South, there's a place where the beehive hairdo is still the rage and Saturday nights are reserved for the tractor pull in nearby Pickler. A colorful collection of good ole country folk gather round for this year's county fair, and there's stiff competition in the Arts and Crafts category. Faith County enjoyed a thirty-five week run on WLYX and was featured on the television special Dateline. Repeat event! Points only awarded once!

Dulany Auditorium

Potter, Joe - 2 point(s)

Saturday, February 24, 2018

2:00:00 PM - Faith County - Somewhere in the middle of nowhere in the South, there's a place where the beehive hairdo is still the rage and Saturday nights are reserved for the tractor pull in nearby Pickler. A colorful collection of good ole country folk gather round for this year's county fair, and there's stiff competition in the Arts and Crafts category. Faith County enjoyed a thirty-five week run on WLYX and was featured on the television special Dateline. Repeat event! Points only awarded once!

Dulany Auditorium

Potter, Joe - 2 point(s)

Saturday, February 24, 2018

7:30:00 PM - Faith County - Somewhere in the middle of nowhere in the South, there's a place where the beehive hairdo is still the rage and Saturday nights are reserved for the tractor pull in nearby Pickler. A colorful collection of good ole country folk gather round for this year's county fair, and there's stiff competition in the Arts and Crafts category. Faith County enjoyed a thirty-five week run on WLYX and was featured on the television special Dateline. Repeat event! Points only awarded once!

Dulany Auditorium

Potter, Joe - 2 point(s)

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

4:00:00 PM - A Borrowed Identity - International Film Series - Eyad, a gifted Palestinian boy, is given the chance to go to a prestigious Jewish boarding school in Jerusalem. As he desperately tries to fit in with his Jewish schoolmates and within Israeli society, Eyad develops a friendship with another outsider, Jonathan, a boy suffering from muscular dystrophy, and gradually becomes part of the home Jonathan shares with his mother, Edna. After Eyad falls in love with Naomi, a Jewish girl, he leaves school when their relationship is uncovered and he discovers that he will have to sacrifice his identity in order to be accepted. Faced with a choice, Eyad will have to make a decision that will change his life forever. In Hebrew and Arabic with English subtitles. Not rated. Israel (105 min.) 2014

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

7:00:00 PM - A Borrowed Identity - International Film Series - Eyad, a gifted Palestinian boy, is given the chance to go to a prestigious Jewish boarding school in Jerusalem. As he desperately tries to fit in with his Jewish schoolmates and within Israeli society, Eyad develops a friendship with another outsider, Jonathan, a boy suffering from muscular dystrophy, and gradually becomes part of the home Jonathan shares with his mother, Edna. After Eyad falls in love with Naomi, a Jewish girl, he leaves school when their relationship is uncovered and he discovers that he will have to sacrifice his identity in order to be accepted. Faced with a choice, Eyad will have to make a decision that will change his life forever. In Hebrew and Arabic with English subtitles. Not rated. Israel (105 min.) 2014 *Repeat event - point only awarded once*

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

4:00:00 PM - Black Lightning (Chernaya Molniya) - International Film Series - Moscow, 2004, and wealthy entrepreneur Kuptsov drills deep beneath the city, trying to reach a huge diamond vein. Aware that his ruthless drilling will destroy the city and its denizens, it's a result he's willing to accept for untold additional wealth. But his equipment lacks sufficient power and he needs the Nano-catalyst to fuel his machinery. Meanwhile, in another part of the city, college boy Dima dreams of owning a car and dating gorgeous co-ed Nastya. On his birthday, Dima finally gets a car (from his parents) - a grungy, antiquated Volga of which he is privately ashamed. But, unbeknownst to anyone, the car - the recipient of "failed" Nano-catalysis - is capable of more than anyone realizes and turns Dima into an unidentified crusader of justice known as Black Lightning. In Russian with English subtitles. Not rated. Russia (107 min.) 2011

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

7:00:00 PM - Black Lightning (Chernaya Molniya) - International Film Series - Moscow, 2004, and wealthy entrepreneur Kuptsov drills deep beneath the city, trying to reach a huge diamond vein. Aware that his ruthless drilling will destroy the city and its denizens, it's a result he's willing to accept for untold additional wealth. But his equipment lacks sufficient power and he needs the Nano-catalyst to fuel his machinery. Meanwhile, in another part of the city, college boy Dima dreams of owning a car and dating gorgeous co-ed Nastya. On his birthday, Dima finally gets a car (from his parents) - a grungy, antiquated Volga of which he is privately ashamed. But, unbeknownst to anyone, the car - the recipient of "failed" Nano-catalysis - is capable of more than anyone realizes and turns Dima into an unidentified crusader of justice known as Black Lightning. In Russian with English subtitles. Not rated. Russia (107 min.) 2011 *Repeat event - point only awarded once*

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

7:00:00 PM - Dr. Lori Hart, You Be YOU - The President's Concert & Lecture Series presents Dr. Lori Hart. Biological sex, sexuality, gender expression and identity are all common terms these days. But have you taken the time to explore the meaning of these topics and where you fit into the puzzle? Where does your brain development fit into this equation? Based on socialization and stereotypes, what are your beliefs about men and women? And, the key question...why does it feel so hard sometimes to find healthy relationships with other people? In this program Dr. Hart explores biology, research, stereotypes and communication theory in an effort to help both men and women better understand the complexity of gender and development. Healthy relationships are essential throughout your life and college is where you learn who you are and what you need from someone else in a relationship. This program is full of comedy...yes, we are going to make fun of men and women...with an important message around self-esteem and the power of YOU!

Cutlip Auditorium

Barnett, Jahnae - 2 point(s)

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

4:00:00 PM - Only Yesterday - International Film Series - Having lived her whole life in the city, 27-year-old Taeko decides to visit her relatives in the countryside. As she travels, memories of her youth resurface and, after meeting young farmer Toshio, she wonders if she's been true to the dreams of her childhood self. Deftly switching between past and present, the film is a masterpiece of time and tone, rich with humor and stirring emotion, and beautifully animated by Studio Ghibli, one of the world's most revered animation studios. In Japanese with English subtitles. Rated PG. Japan (120 min.) 2016 (1991 original release)

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

7:00:00 PM - Only Yesterday - International Film Series - Having lived her whole life in the city, 27-year-old Taeko decides to visit her relatives in the countryside. As she travels, memories of her youth resurface and, after meeting young farmer Toshio, she wonders if she's been true to the dreams of her childhood self. Deftly switching between past and present, the film is a masterpiece of time and tone, rich with humor and stirring emotion, and beautifully animated by Studio Ghibli, one of the world's most revered animation studios. In Japanese with English subtitles. Rated PG. Japan (120 min.) 2016 (1991 original release) *Repeat event - point only awarded once*

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

4:00:00 PM - Delicacy (La delicatessen) - International Film Series - A romantic comedy about love, fate and other delicacies... Nathalie, a beautiful, happy, and successful Parisian executive businesswoman finds herself suddenly widowed. To cope with her loss, she buries herself and her emotions in her work. But, one day, inexplicably, her zest for life and love is rekindled by a most unlikely source, her seemingly unexceptional, gauche, and average looking office subordinate, Markus. In French with English subtitles. Rated PG-13. France (108 min.) 2011

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

7:00:00 PM - Delicacy (La delicatessen) - International Film Series - A romantic comedy about love, fate and other delicacies... Nathalie, a beautiful, happy, and successful Parisian executive businesswoman finds herself suddenly widowed. To cope with her loss, she buries herself and her emotions in her work. But, one day, inexplicably, her zest for life and love is rekindled by a most unlikely source, her seemingly unexceptional, gauche, and average looking office subordinate, Markus. In French with English subtitles. Rated PG-13. France (108 min.) 2011 *Repeat event - point only awarded once*

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Thursday, April 19, 2018

7:30:00 PM - Peter & Wendy - In this lyrical, atmospheric interpretation of Peter Pan, Jeremy Bloom strips the familiar story down to its emotional essence. Peter lures Wendy away from her nursery to the magical world of Neverland, where she joins his adventures with Tinker Bell, Tiger Lily, and the menacing Captain Hook. A low-tech, inventive adaptation that pays homage to the darker themes of J. M. Barrie's original, Peter/Wendy will mesmerize audiences of all ages.

Dulany Auditorium

Potter, Joe - 2 point(s)

Friday, April 20, 2018

7:30:00 PM - Peter & Wendy - In this lyrical, atmospheric interpretation of Peter Pan, Jeremy Bloom strips the familiar story down to its emotional essence. Peter lures Wendy away from her nursery to the magical world of Neverland, where she joins his adventures with Tinker Bell, Tiger Lily, and the menacing Captain Hook. A low-tech, inventive adaptation that pays homage to the darker themes of J. M. Barrie's original, Peter/Wendy will mesmerize audiences of all ages. Repeat event! Points only awarded once!

Dulany Auditorium

Potter, Joe - 2 point(s)

Saturday, April 21, 2018

2:00:00 PM - Peter & Wendy - In this lyrical, atmospheric interpretation of Peter Pan, Jeremy Bloom strips the familiar story down to its emotional essence. Peter lures Wendy away from her nursery to the magical world of Neverland, where she joins his adventures with Tinker Bell, Tiger Lily, and the menacing Captain Hook. A low-tech, inventive adaptation that pays homage to the darker themes of J. M. Barrie's original, Peter/Wendy will mesmerize audiences of all ages. Repeat event! Points only awarded once!

Dulany Auditorium

Potter, Joe - 2 point(s)

Saturday, April 21, 2018

7:30:00 PM - Peter & Wendy - In this lyrical, atmospheric interpretation of Peter Pan, Jeremy Bloom strips the familiar story down to its emotional essence. Peter lures Wendy away from her nursery to the magical world of Neverland, where she joins his adventures with Tinker Bell, Tiger Lily, and the menacing Captain Hook. A low-tech, inventive adaptation that pays homage to the darker themes of J. M. Barrie's original, Peter/Wendy will mesmerize audiences of all ages. Repeat event! Points only awarded once!

Dulany Auditorium

Potter, Joe - 2 point(s)