01
Mar
  • Visiting Artist Lecture: Stephen Johnson
  • Stephen T. Johnson is a highly versatile American artist whose visually arresting and conceptually rich body of work forges connections between words, objects and ideas. His talk is free and open to the public. Agenstein Hall 324, 3:00PM
01
Mar
  • Spanish Board Games Night
  • The Spanish Club will hold a board games night in Spanish. All are welcome. Eder Hall 211, 5:00PM
01
Mar
  • Black Success Panel
  • Hear from black professionals, students and alumni about what it takes to be successful. Spratt Hall 203, 5:30PM
02
Mar
  • Macbeth
  • The classic Scottish play by William Shakespeare, presented by Missouri Western Theatre, Cinema & Dance. Potter Hall Theater, 7:30PM
03
Mar
  • Interdisciplinary Nature of Geography Speaker Series: Dr. Zachary Taylor
  • Dr. Taylor from Berry College (Georgia) will give a presentation titled "Climate Change and Prehistoric Agricultural Decline in Costa Rica." Free and open to the public in Agenstein Hall, room 330, 12:00PM
03
Mar
  • Macbeth
  • The classic Scottish play by William Shakespeare, presented by Missouri Western Theatre, Cinema & Dance. Potter Hall Theater, 7:30PM
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