What to Do Tonight?

There are a couple of great options for your students this afternoon and this evening if they are interested in current events, medical professions or the arts.

At 3 pm in Auditorium 404 in the ZSR Library, there will be a lecture entitled “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, Don’t Publish: Reflections on the Repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.”   School of Law Professor Shannon Gilreath will detail the effort to repeal the military’s Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy banning openly gay service members. He will also critique the gay rights movement’s focus and strategy with regard to military access.

At 7 pm in Winston Hall room 126 is “Viewing the Patient Experience: The Importance of Incorporating a Patient-Centered Approach into the Practice of Medicine.”  For any students interested in the allied health fields, this would be of interest.

Tonight at 7:30 pm in Brendle Recital Hall, Scales Fine Arts Center is the Fall Choral Concert, which will feature the Concert Choir, Collegium Vocal Ensemble and the Chamber Choir.  Our musicians are incredibly talented and this will be an enjoyable evening for all.

And that’s just a sampling of what is happening *today*.

If your students aren’t regularly checking the University Calendar for events, please urge them to do so.  In addition to these great events today, there are opportunities tomorrow (Friday) to learn about foreign service, hear a lecture on the King James Bible, and our University Theatre production of Almost, Maine is opening.

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