Diwali- Sikh, Jain, Hindu
Add to Calendar6:00 am – 11:30 pm
Organization: Hartman House
Organizer: Babington, Christina Mae
McDermond Center Women in Economics & Business: Doug Smith
Add to Calendar11:35 am – 12:25 pm
Women in Economics & Business
Doug Smith '68
White Pine Mountain
Title: Simple (hopefully not simplistic) Model of Leadership
Free and open to the public
Location: Julian AUD 147
Organization: Ctr for Managmnt + Entrepreneurship
Organizer: Smith, Sandra Beth
Midweek mindfulness and meditation workshop with Scott Hamilton, MS, LMHC from Counseling Center
Add to Calendar4:15 pm – 5:00 pm
The mindfulness and meditation workshop is designed for all students who want to learn and practice this ancient method of focus and relaxation. Meditation has been shown to increase psychological flexibility, nurture the brain, improve concentration, improve the immune system, reduce stress and increase mental clarity, promote insight and increase appreciation for multiple life domains. No experience is needed and we foster an open and inclusive environment. email@example.com
Organization: Hartman House
Organizer: Dinn, Kristi Ann
Martial Arts club practices
Add to Calendar4:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Regular practice times for Taekwondo club (4:30-6:00) and Hapkido club (6:00-7:30)
Beginners and previous experience elsewhere are both welcome.
Location: Lilly Center 2033
Organization: Student Activities
Organizer: Babington, James P Kinesiology
Honor Scholar Poster Presentation
Add to Calendar6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The Honor Scholar seniors will share the on-going findings and ambitions of their senior projects, and welcome suggestion and discussion on their research topics. This is a mingling reception, not a full two-hour presentation.
Location: Union Building Ballroom
Organization: Honor Scholar Program
Organizer: Welch, Amy Karelus
Percussion and Saxophone Concert
Add to Calendar7:30 pm – 8:30 pm
A compelling reason for bringing DePauw School of Music’s percussion and saxophone studios together in concert is composer Stephen Lias’s “Mont Rainier Search and Rescue,” part of his National Park Series. Commissioned by XPlorium Ensemble, Lias’s highly personal work attempts to recapture the emotions, celebrate the heroism of the rescuers and honor those lost in unexpected disasters.
Individual performances by the two studios also will be featured on this concert. The DePauw Percussion Ensemble will perform Christopher Rouse’s “Ku-Ka-Ilimoku,” based on Hawaiian mythology, in addition to Yoshioka Takayoshi’s “Square Dance” and John Cage’s Story” for speaking percussionists. The saxophonists will present Marc Mellits’s “Revolution,” inspired by the composer’s visits to Romania. Written in four movements (“Groove Canon,” “Mara’s Toys,” “December 1989” and “Groove Machine”), the work embraces the idea of each voice working together to create a whole far better than just the sum of its parts.
No tickets needed to this free event.
Location: GCPA Kresge
Organization: School of Music
Organizer: Hassler, Barbara S Performing Arts Production