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Thursday September 27, 2018
Thu Sep 27

Sukkot- Jewish

Add to Calendar6:00 am – 11:30 pm

Organization: Hartman House
Organizer: Babington, Christina Mae

Indianapolis Prize Winner Lecture and Lunch

Add to Calendar11:30 am – 1:00 pm

Russell A. Mittermeier, chief conservation officer for Global Wildlife Conservation (GWC) and the 2018 recipient of the Indianapolis Prize -- the world's leading award for animal conservation -- will speak at DePauw University on Thursday, September 27. The free event will take place at 11:30 a.m. in the ballroom of the Memorial Student Union. Lunch will be served; please RSVP via email to wendyjackson@depauw.edu.

Location: Union Building Ballroom
Organization: Presidential Staff
Organizer: Demmings, Elizabeth Ann

Faculty Development Roundtable: Bridget Gourley (Chemistry and Biochemistry), Undergraduate Research: Musings from 30 years on CUR

Add to Calendar11:35 am – 12:35 pm

Location: Julian AUD 147
Organization: Academic Affairs Dept
Organizer: Dayhuff, Ashley Michelle

Collective Quiet at Four with Professor Joseph Heithaus

Add to Calendar4:00 pm

After living for 10 months in Monteverde, Costa Rica while on sabbatical last year, I became involved in a Quaker community there founded by a group of Quakers who left the U.S. in the early 1950 after four members of their community in Alabama were arrested, tried , and served time for refusing to sign up for the peace time draft initiated after World War II. I came to love going to Quaker meeting on Wednesdays with the school children at the  Monteverde Friends School and on Sundays with an evolving and ever-changing group of people who sat for "meeting."We sat in an open circle in quiet. Sometimes a member would be moved to speak and share, but generally it was a peaceful and quite hour of collective silence. While I'm not a Quaker, I want to bring this form of mediation and worship (or maybe it is just stopping to breathe with others) to DePauw. All are welcome to this-believers and non believers, and people of any faith tradition. We'll meet at the Religious Life Center at 4 on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month. You don't have to be on time. Invite whomever you'd like to come with you. There are no rules other than you sit without a book or a phone or a computer. We'll stay quiet for about half hour and maybe lengthen that as the semester goes along. jheithaus@depauw.edu 


Location: Bartlett Center for Spiritual Life. 411 East Seminary Street 

Organization: Religious Life Center
Organizer: Dinn, Kristi Ann

Faculty Open Meeting

Add to Calendar4:05 pm – 5:55 pm

Monthly open faculty meetings to discuss various campus issues.

Location: Hoover Hall Wallace-Stewart Commons
Organization: Physics and Astronomy
Organizer: Brooks, Howard L

Media Free Dinners

Add to Calendar5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Unplug, grap a delicious meal and connect with friends old and new!  Media Free Dinners is free and open to the public.  Everyone is welcome to check their phone with our staff in exchange for a free meal. 

Location: Union Building Living Room
Organization: Hartman House
Organizer: Smanik, Katherine Elizabeth

Sister Act: The Musical

Add to Calendar7:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Sister Act, the “feel-good, musical comedy smash” opens with Deloris Van Cartier, unsuccessful wannabe nightclub singer, witnessing a murder. When Deloris unexpectedly sees her married gangster lover Curtis shoot a man, she must run for her life before he is able to silence her. The police decide to hide her in the very last place anyone would think of looking:  a convent.Deloris, now Sister Mary Clarence, must give up her flashy outfits, cigarettes, and liquor but she gains so much more as she learns to appreciate the enthusiasm and courage of the Sisters. Share the excitement as Deloris turns the sad, off-key choir into a joyous, inclusive, and highly lucrative Philadelphia sensation, which attracts international attention but also puts the lives of Deloris – and the Sisters – in jeopardy.Nominated for five Tony awards, Sister Act features an exuberant mix of music ranging from Motown, soul, and disco to poignant ballads and transcendent hymns, all designed to celebrate music’s ability to change lives and bring together different communities.  Join the sisters and make a joyful noise!

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Location: GCPA Moore
Organization: Communication and Theatre
Organizer: Whitman, Janet