Around Campus: Current College Happenings


The Fall semester is entering its final weeks with mid-terms now past and students working on term papers and preparing for finals. Some colleges complete their studies in early December while other students stay in class until just before Christmas.

Over the next month or so, the following events are being planned, on campus happenings that are open to the general public. Please click on the school’s name to be switched to the appropriate information page:

Brigham Young University — BYU’s Department of Theater and Media Arts is currently presenting the Tony award-winning play, “Dancing at Lughnasa,”  now through Saturday, Nov. 15, at 7:30 p.m. in the Margetts Theatre, Harris Fine Arts Center.

Cañada College — Peninsula Cantare Holiday Concert will be held on December 7 at 3pm in the Main Theater

Hamilton College — G. Roberts Kolb ushers in the holiday season by conducting J.S. Bach’s Christmas
Oratorio. The event will be held Tuesday, December 2, 8 pm at Wellin Hall.

Hillsdale College — Hillsdale College Choirs will be offering three performances of Handel’s Messiah on December 5, 6, and 7 in the on campus Baptist Church. The Fall semester will end on December 17th.

Middlebury College — Jazz singers and instrumentalists present selections from their term’s work on December 3 from 8 08:00 P.M. to 10:00 P.M. Mahaney Center for the Arts Lower Lobby.

Rhodes College — On Sunday, November 23rd, at 2 p.m. in the McCoy Theater The Skin of our Teeth — a play by Thornton Wilder — will be presented. Directed by Pamela Poletti, this will be its final performance.

Washington College of Law — Worried about the current financial crisis? If so, you may want to attend WCL’s  day long discussion on November 21st titled, “The Bailout Bill and the Rule of Law: A Public Participatory Roundtable on Plugging the Bill’s Procedural Leaks.”  Learn what problems this bill has and what amendments may be necessary in order to rectify them.

SayCampusLife will share additional college events in the months ahead. Feel free to respond to this post by including your on campus event too.


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