Events for February 21, 2014
Biology Student Research Symposium 2/21
14th Annual Biology Student Research Symposium.
Blues Night 2/21
Blues dancing and music for Black History Month.
Closing Reception and Artist's Talk: Heccentricities 2/21
An exhibition of sculptural work by Patrick McDonough.
Earth Sciences Lunch Series: Rudy Slingerland, Department of Geosciences, Penn State 2/21
Presenting "River Deltas as Self-organized Morphodynamic Systems."
Flavors and Aromas of Italy 2/21
The students will learn about Italian regional culture through food.
HUB Farm Stand 2/21
Shop grass-fed beef, pasture-raised chicken and certified organic winter veggies.
National Recreation Sports and Fitness Weekend Kick-Off 2/21
Promoting a healthy and active lifestyle on our campus.
Opening Reception: Letters & Lines: Text and Image in Northern Renaissance & Baroque Prints 2/21
Curated by senior art & art history majors.
Pizza on the Plaza 2/21
Fresh-made wood-fired pizzas, fresh-cut french fries, fair trade coffee and drinks for sale to help punctuate the week’s end.
Service Trip Grilled Cheese Fundraiser 2/21
Buy a grilled cheese to help fundraise for the spring break service trips.
Come and sing, eat, meet new people and share traditions. Everyone is welcome.
The Goat, or Who is Sylvia? Friday, Feb. 21
By Edward Albee, the author of the award-winning play 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?'
The New Neuroscience 2/21
Ira Glick ’57, professor emeritus, Stanford University Medical Center, discusses new advances in neuroscience.