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Friday, November 1st, 2013

Friday, November 1st
11:30am - 12:30pm

Student Recital

  • Location: FAC, Recital Hall
  • Time: 11:30am - 12:30pm


4:00pm - 5:00pm

The Frog Prince

  • Location: Gordon Wilson Lab Theatre
  • Time: 4:00pm - 5:00pm

The classic story of the prince who is turned into a frog and must find a pure and honest woman to kiss him of her own free will, told with a contemporary sensibility that will appeal to both children and adults.

Suitable for all ages

All Tickets $5.00


Deadline for student submissions: 13th Annual Undergraduate Conference on Literature, Language and Culture

  • Location: Cherry Hall 135
  • Time: 4:30pm

The deadline for student submissions to the 13th Annual Undergraduate Conference on Literature, Language and Culture is Friday, November 1 at 4:30 PM.

Pick up a cover sheet in the English office today!

Length of submission should be appropriate for a 10-minute reading time

Submissions due on November 1st to the English office (Cherry Hall 135)

If you have questions, please contact ted.hovet@wku.edu or elizabeth.alsop@wku.edu


Submission deadline: English 100/200 Symposium on Monsters

  • Location: Deliver to the English office (Cherry 135) or to Dr. Jane Fife in her office (Cherry Hall 129) or her email at jane.fife@wku.edu
  • Time: 4:30pm

The deadline for short statements (about 100 - 200 words) from English 100 and 200 students for the Symposium on Monsters is Friday, November 1 at 4:30 p.m.

Deliver paper copies to the English office (Cherry 135) or to Dr. Jane Fife in her office (Cherry Hall 129) or email them to her at jane.fife@wku.edu.

5:00pm - 6:30pm

New Works Festival Meeting

  • Location: GWH Greenroom
  • Time: 5:00pm - 6:30pm

Do you like free pizza? Candy? Creating new, exciting, cutting-edge art?  If your answer to any of these questions is yes come to the greenroom at 5pm on November 1st to learn more about the New Works Festival!

Have you been planning a piece of performance art? Dreaming up a solo show? Drafting a ten-minute play? Wishing you could find a composer to work with you on a new movement piece? Pondering a devised show? Well, here's your chance to make those dreams a reality!

The New Works Festival this spring will be what you make it: a chance for student-driven, student-created projects to take center stage.  We're having a gathering for anyone who may be interested in applying on NOVEMBER 1ST at 5PM in the GORDON WILSON HALL GREENROOM. There will be more information on the festival as well as opportunities to meet potential collaborators. You do not need any material to attend this! Just come join the fun!

7:00pm - 9:00pm

49-Hour Film Challenge

  • Location: MMTH auditorium WKU Campus
  • Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm

This evening, we kick off our annual 49-Hour Film Challenge.  Inspired by the wildly popular international 48-Hour Film Project, it involves a random drawing of five elements (prop, character, genre, location and line of dialogue) followed by two days of filmmaking.  But since our event occurs over the weekend of daylight saving time, ours is a 49-Hour Film Challenge.

 This event is open to everyone – students, faculty, staff and the community at large.  Professionals and rank amateurs.  Anyone who wants to participate is welcome.  The only caveat is that you must provide your own gear.

 All of the details are here: http://www.49hourfilm.com/

 Please come check it out, share with your friends, etc.  And even if you can’t make it tonight, please stop by on Monday, to watch the finished films (and enjoy free pizza):


49-Hour Film Challenge, Screening

7:00pm, Monday, November 4

MMTH Auditorium


Brahms & Beethoven with Sylvia Kersenbaum, piano

  • Location: Van Meter Hall
  • Time: 7:30pm

Brahms: Academic Festival Overture; Beethoven: Piano Concerto #5 - Emperor

WKU Emerita Professor Sylvia Kersenbaum has had a stellar career as pianist specializing in Beethoven.  This performance marks her 14th appearance with The Symphony.  Although Brahms never went to college, he was offered two honorary doctorates - Cambridge University and University of Breslau.

Tickets can be purchased online:  www.TheSymphonyatWKU.org or by calling 270.745.3121.   In advance $22 at the door $25, Students w/ID 18 and over $10 students under the age of 18 $5


All Day

Get Your Work Published in The Albion Review: Submission Deadine

  • Location: Postmark submissions by today and mail to Albion College in Albion, MI
  • Time: All Day

The Albion Review is an annual undergraduate literary journal based out of Albion College. It has been published nationally since 2004. The Albion Review publishes works of poetry, prose, and art by emerging undergraduate talents. Contributors must currently be enrolled as an undergraduate student at any college or university and must not have already obtained an undergraduate degree.

$200 prizes in poetry, prose, and art!

Submission guidelines:

  • Poetry: Up to 5 poems. Times New Roman 12 pt font. Please include page numbers if the poem exceeds one page.
  • Fiction and Creative Nonfiction: Not to exceed 15 double-spaced pages. Times New Roman 12 pt font. Please include page numbers.
  • All literary work must be submitted in typed, hard copy. Email entries and simultaneous submissions not accepted.
  • All submissions must be unpublished.
  • Submissions must be accompanied by the cover letter found on their website
  • Please include a self-addressed stamped envelope (SASE) for correspondence. All submissions unaccompanied by a SASE will be recycled.
  • Contest subject to cancellation depending on quality of entries
  • They reserve the right to decline any submission if it does not follow the submission guidelines

Postmark submissions by November 1st, 2013 and mail to:

The Albion Review

4942 Kellogg Center

Albion College

Albion, MI 49224

For more information visit the Albion Review Website

Questions? Email them here





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