Humanities Newsletter 6.1

Humanities Newsletter 6.1

Date:  October 7th, 2014

 

Now that the fall has begun in earnest and classes are in full swing, why not take a break and enjoy the weather while it’s still not too cold outside with some of these fantastic upcoming events?

 

  • Have you graduated from Marymount within the last fifteen years?  If so, then guess what? You qualify as a young alumni of Marymount University!  Come to the Young Alumni Happy Hour at A-Town Bar and Grill at 4100 Fairfax Drive in Arlington on Thursday, October 30th from 5:00-8:00 PM.  Marymount will provide appetizers and Halloween drink specials.  Bring your business card to drop off in the cauldron and win prizes!

  • Campus Event:  The Center for Teaching and Learning is holding a session on surviving midterms with tips on study skills and test prep on Wednesday, October 8th at 4 PM in Rowley G105J.  If you’re anxious about midterms or simply need some new approaches to studying, attend this session for some pointers and refreshers!

  • Can’t get enough of the Bard?  The Royal Shakespeare Company is putting on a production of the classic comedy and love story.  This play features one of Shakespeare’s most famous speeches containing the phrase “All the world’s a stage.”  The production runs from October 28th-December 7th at the Lansburg Theater.  Click here for tickets and more information.

  • Calling all sci-fi fans!  The Synetic Theater in Arlington is putting on an adaptation of H.G. Wells classic and chilling production of The Island of Doctor Moreau.  This gruesome tale of a mad scientist who creates unspeakable monsters in his experiments is sure to entertain and disturb!  The production runs through November 2nd.  For tickets, go here.

  • Campus Event:  Trying to make sense of MLA or APA style?  Mark your calendar for this event!  Come to the Center for Teaching and Learning in Rowley 105J at 3:00 on Wednesday, November 19th for a refresher on how to do these research styles!

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