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Soul Food Dinner
Today, 4:30 PM » 7:00 PM
 
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Flow Yoga (all levels)
Today, 5:00 PM » 6:00 PM
 
Tuesday: Guided Meditation (all levels): 12:00-12:30pmSilent Meditation (int. to advanced): 3:00-3:30pm Wednesday: Flow Yoga (all levels): 5:00-6:00pm Thursday: Gentle Yoga (all levels but esp. beginner-friendly): 12:00-12:50pm
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Blueprint
Today, 6:30 PM » 8:00 PM
 
Join Blueprint at 6:30pm for our coffeehouse, worship begins at 7:00pm.
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Collaborative Exhibition: Artist Connie Bostic and MHU Women's Studies
Tomorrow, 10:00 AM » 4:00 PM
 
Connie Bostic’s artwork focus is on women – young girls to women – and vulnerability and concerns about their sexuality. Her images contain symbols referencing her views as an 80-year-old mother and grandmother.  (She has three daughters and three granddaughters.) This is a collaboration with Dr. Ann M. Peiffer and the MHU Women’s Studies Program. Bostic’s work will serve as a springboard for several conversations on campus that will discuss gender expectations, women’s health, violence against women, and identity development. In addition, our art therapy program will be hosting an opportunity for patrons to make art in response to Bostic’s work.
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Student Government Association Meeting
Tomorrow, 11:00 AM » 11:50 AM
 
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Men's Lacrosse vs. Colorado Mesa
Tomorrow, 4:00 PM » 6:00 PM
 
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Appalachian Evenings: A Lecture Series at the Ramsey Center
Tomorrow, 6:00 PM » 7:00 PM
 
Making the “Invisible” Visible Join curator Ann Miller Woodford as she discusses her exhibition, When All God’s Children Get Together: A Celebration of the Lives and Music of African-American People in Far Western North Carolina (exhibited at the Ramsey Center January 15 through March 9, 2018). Using Black church music as the narrator, this project focuses on the musical traditions in African American communities in far WNC, as manifested in churches, schools, and workplaces. The Black community is miniscule (1.6%) in the region. That causes them to seem invisible in a place where Scots/Irish and Cherokee history is emphasized. Most of the far WNC African American history has passed away with the deaths of elders and their oral traditions. This project will answer the question, “Do any African Americans live here?” and if so, who and where are they? Admission to Appalachian Evenings is free and open to all.
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Gala Concert
Tomorrow, 7:30 PM » 9:30 PM
 
Pre-tour Gala Concert for Wind Symphony, Jazz Band, and Percussion.
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Five Women Wearing the Same Dress
Tomorrow, 7:30 PM » 9:30 PM
 
Five Women Wearing the Same Dress is a play written by Alan Ball, famous for the film American Beauty, and creator of the HBO TV series Six Feet Under and True Blood. The play is a comedy set at the home of the bride during an ostentatious wedding reception at a Knoxville, Tennessee estate. Five reluctant, identically clad bridesmaids hide out in an upstairs bedroom of Meredith, the sister of the bride, each with her own reason to avoid the proceedings below. As the afternoon wears on, these five very different women joyously discover a common bond in this wickedly funny, irreverent, and touching celebration of the women’s spirit. The play contains adult themes and adult language. Performed in the James Thomas Black Box theatre February 22-25, 2018. Directed by Bill Gregg The cast includes: Brianna BrunnerTiara FrazierKaleigh JacksonChloe KramerMaya Williamson And is Stage Managed byTia Turner
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Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Tomorrow, 8:00 PM » 9:30 PM