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.
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.