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Monday, Aug 27 to Wednesday, Oct 17
Daura Gallery
During spring 2012, museum studies minor Gibb Zea '13 undertook an independent study to replicate 18th-century-style garments, such as the red coat worn by...
Monday, Aug 27 to Wednesday, Oct 17
Daura Gallery
Picturing Wonderland: Sir John Tenniel's Illustrations for the Alice books. Dr. Richard Burke, professor of English, guest curator.
Monday, Aug 27 to Sunday, Dec 9
Daura Gallery
Social Criticism: The Prints of William Hogarth. Exhibition includes engravings from the series Industry and Idleness (1747;...
Monday, Oct 8
10 a.m.

During your visit, you will take a tour of our beautiful campus, talk with current students about campus life, and meet admissions representatives to learn...

Monday, Oct 8
12 p.m.
Memorial Ballroom
Dr. Laura Kicklighter, assistant professor of philosophy and religion, will present "Biology and destiny: Genetics and moral responsibility."
Thursday, Oct 11 to Sunday, Oct 14
Thursday, Oct 11
7 p.m.
Auditorium
This program explores the dichotomy between businesses friendly to the gay community and the continuing legal obstacles gays face.
Friday, Oct 12
7 p.m.
Sydnor Performance Hall
Screening of the film In The Family, directed by Patrick Wang.
Monday, Oct 15 to Sunday, Dec 9
Daura Gallery
William Gropper, born in New York City in 1897 to Jewish immigrants from Romania and Ukraine, was a virulent critic of social injustices and displayed...
Monday, Oct 15
5:30 p.m.
Hopwood Auditorium
"Neuroethics: Who Should Have Access to Our Thoughts?" Open discussion sponsored by Theoria (The Philosophy Club).

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Featured Events

Monday, Oct 13 to Wednesday, Oct 15, 7 p.m.
The German Film Festival returns this fall, and after Germany’s victory at this summer’s World Cup, what better theme than Fussball? The festival will feature three films, Der ganz grosse Traum (Lessons in a Dream), Das Wunder in Bern (The Miracle in Bern), and Football Under Cover. LC students will introduce each movie and lead discussion afterwards. Films will be screened at 7 p.m. on October 13, 14, and 15 in Hopwood Auditorium. The festival is free and open to the public, and all films have English subtitles.