Campus Events
Campus Events
October 24, 2017
Conservatory

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

8:00pm World Music Series:Nirmala Rajasekar, veena
Location: Harper Hall
Nirmala Rajasekar is a world renowned Carnatic veena virtuoso and educator of South Indian Music. She has performed in venues throughout the world and is a recipient of many awards including a Bush artistic fellowship, a McKnight fellowship, Rotary Vocational Excellence award and Best Senior Veena Artiste. She is known for her talents in exploring South Indian Classical (Carnatic) to create collaborative projects with other music traditions including western classical and jazz.

Friday, October 27, 2017

5:30pm Voice Department Area Recital
Location: Lawrence Memorial Chapel

8:00pm Student recital:Koby Brown, percussion, and Nolan Ehlers, percussion
Location: Harper Hall

Saturday, October 28, 2017

3:00pm Student recital:Sammi Lapid, clarinet
Location: Harper Hall

5:00pm CANCELLED:Student recital: Katie Nelson, piano
Location: Harper Hall

Lectures and Art

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

12:00pm Noon Basketball
Location: Buchanan Kiewit Wellness Ctr GYM - Gymnasium
Noon Basketball
4:00pm Career Services Drop-In Hours
Location: Career Services, Alice G. Chapman Hall, 2nd Floor
Visit Career Services, without an appointment, to ask quick questions about resumes, cover letters, CVs or any other career-related topics.
7:00pm Mindfulness and Meditation
Location: Warch Campus Center 204 - Cinema
Professor Lori Hilt will be presenting her research about mindfulness and meditation. Combined AMSA and NeuroLawrence event.
7:00pm Barbara Gray Spoerl Lecture in Science and Society - Dave Cieslewicz
Location: Thomas Steitz Hall of Science 102 - Lecture Hall
Dave Cieslewicz will present "The Bicycle: Freedom for Everyone". Dave Cieslewicz is the executive director of the Wisconsin Bike Fed and the founder of 1000 Friends of Wisconsin, a nonprofit focused on land use and transportation policy. As mayor of Madison, Wisconsin from 2003 to 2011, he led efforts to make the city one of the nation's bike-friendliest places.
7:00pm CODA General Meeting
Location: Memorial Hall 114 - Classroom
The Committee of Diversity Affairs will hold meetings to discuss diversity issues on and off campus.
8:00pm PAO
Location: Memorial Hall 105 - Classroom
We will celebrate and learn more about Asian heritage and culture.
8:00pm SLUG Meeting
Location: Youngchild Hall 218 - Geology/Biology Seminar Room
Weekly meeting for the Sustainable Lawrence University Garden.
Athletics