Wednesday, February 27th (link)
|8:30 am-9:30 pm||LIVE Stream of TED Conference Hamilton-Williams Campus Center|
Fans of TED Talks, come to Crider Lounge with for live streaming of one of the largest TED Conferences held annually in California! This event attracts the best speakers from around the world and you are bound to hear some riveting talks!
Members of OWU's TEDx initiative will be there so be sure to ask about our upcoming TEDxOWU event on April 13!
|12:00 pm-1:00 pm||Reading by Alan Heathcock, GLCA's 2012 Fiction Winner Beeghly Library|
Alan Heathcock’s fiction has been published in many of America’s top magazines and journals. Volt, a collection of stories, was a “Best Book 2011” selection from numerous newspapers and magazines. The winner of the 2012 GLCA New Writers Award in fiction, Heathcock also has received numerous other awards. He is currently a Literature Fellow for the State of Idaho. A native of Chicago, he teaches fiction writing at Boise State University.
HELP BUILD STRONG AUDIENCES FOR THE ARTS.
|4:10 pm-6:00 pm||Philosophy Department Lecture by Dr. Gaile Pohlhaus Beeghly Library|
Dr. Pohlhaus will be discussing aspects of the work of the later Ludwig Wittgenstein as these relate to similar aspects in contemporary feminist theory and critical race theory. She will use her investigation of the nature of certain problems in Wittgenstein to reflect on what philosophy in particular (and the humanities in general) might offer to feminist, critical race, queer, and (dis)ability studies.
Please join us for what promises to be an illuminating discussion!
|7:00 pm-10:00 pm||Men's Lacrosse vs Mount St. Joseph Home|
|7:30 pm-10:30 pm||Women's Lacrosse at Thiel Away|
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