A Taste of Storytelling

This one-hour informational session runs through Feb. 22 and will be led by The Bee, a local storytelling show. The show consists of 10 storytellers who tell true stories when randomly picked from a hat. Don’t panic­­ — you won’t be forced to put your name in. It will be focusing on how to use the art of storytelling to connect with peers. Each event will be in HSEB 5750C from 12-1 p.m.

Queer Conversation: Faith and Spirituality

This lecture will focus on how gender and sex inform spirituality. It is a safe place for people of all identities to speak about their life philosophies and find like minded people and support. There will be free food and open discussion. It is run by the LGBT Resource Center and will take place in the Union Den at 12 p.m. on Feb. 22.

Evening Ethics: “A Terror Way Beyond Falling: Suffering, Suicide, and Physician Aid-In-Dying”

This talk will center around the business of dying and the ethics involved. The description compares suicide to being trapped in a burning building. The fear of jumping out of the window is terrifying, but the terror becomes heightened by the pressure of the flames inside the building. In terms of suicide, jumping slowly becomes the only option. This talk will examine how doctors fit into this scenario and where the line is between help and hurt in the medical world. The lecture will take place in the Research Administration Building’s first floor conference room on Feb. 22, 5:30-7 p.m.

Workshops

Learning Abroad 101

Room 312, A. Ray Olpin Union

Feb. 21, 3-4 p.m.

Fabulous Fridays

Room 409, A. Ray Olpin Union

Feb. 23, 3-5 p.m.

Audition

Modern Dance Graduate Audition

Marriott Center for Dance

Feb. 23, 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Madge Slack
Madge is thrilled to be arts editor for her second year now. She is an English major and Theater minor graduating this spring May 2019. While she will be sorry to leave her amazing writers and friends behind she can't wait for whatever comes next and, more importantly, she can't wait to write about it.

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