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Friday, October 24


Faith-Based

7 p.m. – Chabad on Campus – Classic Shabbat Dinner.
Students are invited to join Rabbi Hershey Novack for a classic “Chabad-Style” Shabbat dinner. Often, members of the faculty attend as well. Meets each week during the semester. No fee to participate. Barry H. Levites Chabad House, 7018 Forsyth Blvd. Please RSVP online. Contact: rabbi@chabadoncampus.org.

Film

Noon – University Libraries – Open Access Film Festival 2014.
Event details. Oct. 20, 22, 23, 24. Olin Library, Arc Presentation Room and Ginkgo Room.

7 p.m. – Program in Film and Media Studies / Center for the Humanities – “Screening the Great War: A Centenary Film Series.”
Oct. 24, 25. “The White Ribbon” (2009). Event details. Brown Hall Aud., Room 100.

8 p.m. – University Libraries Film & Media Archive – RAWSTOCK: Halloween Edition.
Free screenings. Event details. Melt, 2712 Cherokee St., St. Louis 63118. 314-935-8679.

Lectures, Readings and Talks

8 a.m. to 5 p.m. – Dept. of Medicine / Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Physicians – “Code 3 Conference”.
Oct. 23, 24.  Registration / Event details. Renaissance Grand Hotel, 800 Washington Ave., St. Louis 63101. Mary Hummert at hummertm@wusm.wustl.edu or 314-747-4156.

8 a.m. – Dept. of Neurology – Grand Rounds Lecture Series.
“Neuromyelitis Optica: Creation and Evolution.” Dean Wingerchuk, Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale, AZ. Barnes-Jewish Hospital, West Pavilion Aud. 314-362-3998.

9 a.m. – Institute of Materials Science & Engineering – Seminar Series.
“Nanostructured Cerium Oxide Based Coatings.” Matthew O’Keefe, Missouri S&T. Event details. Compton Hall, Room 241.

9:15 p.m. – Dept. of Pediatrics – Grand Rounds.
“Breaking Good: The Upside of Broken DNA.” Jeffrey Bednarski II, pediatrics, Div. of Hematology & Oncology. Wohl Clinic Bldg., Clopton Aud. 314-454-6006.

11 a.m. – EECE Seminar Series.
“Particle Morphology and Reaction Kinetics in Suspensions.” Jeffrey Bullard, National Inst. of Standards and Technology. Event details. Brauer Hall,   Room 12.

Noon – Sam Fox School – DISCUSSIONS in Architectural History and Theory Series Lecture.
“The University as a Media Complex: Excerpts.” Reinhold Martin, Columbia U. Event details. Givens Hall, Kemp Aud.

Noon – Genitourinary Focus Group & Research Seminar Series.
CU Clinical Trials Review, a multi-disciplinary discussion. Wohl Hospital, 2nd Fl., Urology Conf. Room.

Noon – Dept. of Cell Biology & Physiology – Seminar.
“Embracing Protein Flexibility Provides New Opportunities for Drug Design.” Greg Bowman, biochemistry & molecular biophysics. McDonnell Medical Sciences Bldg., Room 426. 314-362-6949.

Noon – Center for New Institutional Social Science / WPES – Seminar.
“Justice and the Liability of Rulers, or: Why the Secretary of Education May Not Send Her Kids to a Private School.” Claudio Lopez-Guerra, Center for Research and Teaching in Economics, Mexico City. Event details. Seigle Hall, Room 248.

3 p.m. – Wash U Voices: Ferguson and Beyond / American Culture Studies’ Modern Segregation Program Initiative.
“Modern Segregation: Identity, Place, and Violence.” Heather Ann Thompson, Temple U. and Koritha Mitchell, Ohio State U. Event details. Brown Hall Lounge.

7:30 p.m. – Office of Diversity Programs – 19th Annual Homer G. Phillips Public Health Lecture Series.
“A Legacy of Excellence: The Washington University and Homer G. Phillips Story.” Ira Kodner, surgery. Event details. Eric P. Newman Education Center.

Performances

7:30 p.m. – Dept. of Music – Faculty Recital.
Kirk Hanser, faculty guitar recital. Event details. 560 Music Center, 560 Trinity Ave. 63130, Ballroom Theater.

8 p.m. – Edison Theatre Ovations Series – Arabesque.
“The Mist.” Oct. 24, 25. Event details. Mallinckrodt Center, 6465 Forsyth Ave. 63105, Edison Theatre. Tickets. edison@wustl.edu or 314-935-6543.

Other Events

11 a.m. to 2 p.m. -- Office of Sustainability – Car-Free Month Events – Medical Campus.
Personal Transportation Consultations with Andy Heaslet. Sign-up or drop-in for a 15 min. consultation. Olin Residence Hall, Reber Library. andrew.heaslet@wustl.edu.

Saturday, October 25


Film

2 p.m. – Program in Film and Media Studies / Center for the Humanities – “Screening the Great War: A Centenary Film Series.”
Oct. 24, 25. “Shoulder Arms” (1918) and “The Sinking of the Lusitania (animated short).” Event details. Brown Hall Aud., Room 100.

4 p.m. – Program in Film and Media Studies / Center for the Humanities – “Screening the Great War: A Centenary Film Series.”
Oct. 24, 25. “Men of Bronze” (1977). Event details. Brown Hall Aud., Room 100.

6:30 p.m. – NOTE TIME CHANGE -- Program in Film and Media Studies / Center for the Humanities – “Screening the Great War: A Centenary Film Series.”
Oct. 24, 25. “All Quiet on the Western Front” (1930). Event details. Brown Hall Aud., Room 100.

Lectures, Readings and Talks

10:30 a.m. – Dept. of Physics – Saturday Morning Lectures.
“Kepler and the Beginning of Modern Science.” John Rigden, physics. Lectures are tailored for the general public. Event details. Crow Hall, Hughes Lecture Room 201.

Performances


5 to 7 p.m. – Kemper Student Council – Kemper Kabaret 2014.
Performances and film screening by Kuumba. Free refreshments. Event details. Kemper Art Museum. Contact: Allison Fricke at allison.fricke@wustl.edu or 314-935-5624.

8 p.m. – Edison Theatre Ovations Series – Arabesque.
“The Mist.” Oct. 24, 25. Event details. Mallinckrodt Center, 6465 Forsyth Ave. 63105, Edison Theatre. Tickets. edison@wustl.edu or 314-935-6543.

Other Events

5 to 7 p.m. – African Students Association – Africa Week 2014: Unmasked – Tickets Sales for Oct. 28th A Taste of Africa.
Tickets $5 in Bears Den. Contact: Christine Mbakwe at cmbakwe@wustl.edu.

Sunday, October 26

Faith-Based

11 a.m. – Catholic Student Center Mass.
All are welcome. Catholic Student Center, 6352 Forsyth Blvd., 63105. Contact: Mark Zaegel at zaegel@washucsc.org or (314) 935-9191 ext. 230.

9 p.m. – Catholic Student Center Mass.
All are welcome. Catholic Student Center, 6352 Forsyth Blvd., 63105. Contact: Mark Zaegel at zaegel@washucsc.org or (314) 935-9191 ext. 230.

Performances

7:30 p.m. – Dept. of Music – Faculty Recital.
Seth Carlin, faculty piano recital. Event details. 560 Music Center, 560 Trinity Ave. 63130, E. Desmond Lee Concert Hall.

Other Events


11 a.m. to 4 p.m. – Sam Fox School – 2014 National Portfolio Day.
Event details. Bixby, Steinberg, and Givens Halls.

1 to 4 p.m. – Office of Sustainability / Burning Kumquat Farm – Harvest Fest: Farm Fair.
In addition, exhibitors will share a skill or discuss a specialized topic related to farming. Sign up to share your skill. sustainability@wustl.edu or 314-935-3646.

Monday, October 27

Film

6 p.m. – Jewish, Islamic and Near Eastern Languages and Cultures – Middle East: North Africa Film Series.
“Zozo” (2005). Event details. Seigle Hall, Room L006.

Lectures, Readings and Talks


8 to 11:30 a.m. – Institute for Public Health / Center for Dissemination & Implementation -- Meeting.
WUNDIR meeting. Event details. Taylor Ave. Bldg., Room 2131.

11 a.m. – EECE Seminar Series.
“TBA.” Alfred Wiedensohler, Leibniz Inst. for Tropospheric Research. Event details. Brauer Hall, Room 12.

Noon – Dept. of Developmental Biology – Seminar.
“Systematic Single Cell Analysis of Development: Worm and Beyond.” Zhirong Bao, Sloan Kettering Inst. South Bldg., Philip Needleman Library, Room 3907.

1 p.m. – Center for Dissemination and Implementation – Lecture.
“Navigating the Politics of Innovation Implementation.” Andrew Knight, Olin Business. Event details. Medical Campus, Taylor Ave. Bldg., Room 2131.

4 p.m. – Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies – Lecture.
“Harvesting Honey: Performing the Oral Histories of Southern Black Women Who Love Women.” Patrick Johnson, Northwestern U. Event details. Seigle Hall, Room L006.

4 p.m. – Dept. of Physics – Lecture.
“Mapping the Optimal Route Between Two Quantum States.” Kater Murch, physics. Event details. Compton Hall, Room 241.

4 p.m. – Jewish, Islamic and Near Eastern Languages and Cultures – Book Launch.
“Reorienting the East: Jewish Travelers to the Medieval Muslim World.” Martin Jacobs, Rabbinic Studies. Event details. Busch Hall, Room 18.

4 p.m. – Assembly Series – Thomas Hall Lecture in the History of Science.
“Talking About Race in 19th Century American Science: Louis Agassiz and His Contemporaries.” Christoph Irmscher, Indiana U., Bloomington. Event details. Danforth Campus, Rebstock Hall, Room 210.

4 p.m. – Center for the Humanities – Lecture.
“Everything I Know About the Civil War I Learned From Studying the Histories of Children and Youth.” James Marten, Marquette U. Event details. Danforth University Center, Room 234.

4:15 p.m. – Immunology Program Research Seminar Series.
“Molecular Mechanisms of the T Cell-Inflamed Tumor Microenvironment.” Thomas Gajewski, U. of Chicago. Farrell Learning and Teaching Center, Connor Aud.

4:30 p.m. – Cardiac Bioelectricity and Arrhythmia Center (CBAC) – Fall 2014 Seminar Series.
“Late Sodium Current, a Mechanism for Angina, Heart Failure, and Arrhythmia, is Controlled by Nitrosylation Mechanisms Within the Cardiac Sodium Channel Complex.” Jonathan Makielski, U. of Wiscongin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health. Event details. Whitaker Hall, Room 218.

6:30 p.m. – Sam Fox School – Public Lecture Series.
“Close Reading Architecture Today.” Peter Eisenman, Eisenman Architects. Event details. Steinberg Hall Aud.

Other Events

7 p.m. – African Students Association – Africa Week 2014: Unmasked – Trivia Night.
Oct. 27-Oct. 31.  Sign-up.  Danforth University Center, Room 234. Contact: Christine Mbakwe at cmbakwe@wustl.edu.

Tuesday, October 28

Lectures, Readings and Talks


9 a.m. – Dept. of Psychiatry – Grand Rounds.
“Schizophrenia is Determined by More Than Genes.” Barry Hong, psychiatry. Event details. Wohl Clinic Bldg., Clopton Aud.

Noon – Dept. of Molecular Microbiology – Molecular Microbiology and Microbial Pathogenesis Seminar Series.
“Black Spot, Black Death, Black Pearl: The Tales of Bacterial Effectors.” Kim Orth, U. of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. Event details. McDonnell Medical Sciences Bldg., Cori Aud.

Noon – Knight ADRC Weekly Seminar Series.
“Exercise, Cognition, and Alzheimer’s Disease: Doing a Dance With the Evidenced-Based Literature.” David Carr, geriatric medicine. Event details. BJH South Bldg., 1st Fl., East Pavilion Aud.

2 p.m. – University Libraries – Workshop Series.
Research Studio: Grants and Funding for the Arts and Humanities. Event details. Olin Library, Level A., Arc Lab.

3:30 p.m. – University Libraries – Workshop Series.
Data Speaker Series: Data Stewardship. Fran Berman. Event details. Olin Library, Level 1, Ginkgo Room.

5 p.m. – Assembly Series – Arthur Holly Compton Science Lecture.
“The Age of Insight: The Quest to Understand the Unconscious in Art, Mind and Brain from Vienna 1900 to the Present.” Eric Kandel, Columbia U. Event details. Graham Chapel.

6 p.m. – GSS / GPC Legislative Action Presentation.
Event details. Danforth University Center, Goldberg Formal Lounge. ashleymacrander@wustl.edu.

Other Events


12 to 1:30 p.m. – African Students Association – Africa Week 2014: Unmasked – A Taste of Africa.
Oct. 27-Oct. 31.  Tickets $5. McMillan Café. Contact: Christine Mbakwe at cmbakwe@wustl.edu.

3 to 5 p.m. – DUC – Tuesday Tea @ 3.
Hosted by Dining Services. Event details. Danforth University Center, Tisch Commons. josh.gruenke@wustl.edu.

Wednesday, October 29

Lectures, Readings and Talks

9 a.m. – School of Medicine – New Series of Discussions About Diversity and Inclusion.
“Perspectives.” Event details. Farrell Learning and Teaching Center, Room 301.

11:30 a.m. – Dept. of Psychiatry – Wednesday Research Seminar – Developmental Psychopathology Series.
“The Ventral Attention Network in Youth With Anxiety Disorders.” Chad Sylvester, psychiatry. Event details. McDonnell Medical Sciences Bldg., Cori Aud.

Noon – Sam Fox School – Lecture.
Christof Jantzen, partner of Behnisch Architekten, will deliver a lecture in conjunction with the fall 2014 graduate architecture studio Metamorphic Cities. Event details. Givens Hall, Kemp Aud.

Noon – History and Philosophy of Science and Medicine – Thomas Hall Seminar.
“Audubon’s Eyes: The Theatre of Vision in Early American Natural History.” Christoph Irmscher, Indiana U. Event details. Life Sciences Bldg., Room 202.

Noon – Dept. of Developmental Biology – Weekly Forum Series: Development and Regenerative Biology & Cell-Cell Communications in Cancer.
“TBA.” Caihong Wang, Mysorekar Lab and “TBA.” Steven Funk, Miner Lab. South Bldg., 3rd Fl., Needleman Library.

4 p.m. – Liberman Graduate Center / Career Center Workshop.
“Opportunities for PhDs Beyond the Research Professorate.” Event details. Danforth University Center, Friedman Conf. Room.

4 p.m. – Dept. of Physics – Lecture.
“Theory Opportunities With the Facility of Rare Isotope Beams.” Filomena Nunes, National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory. Event details. Crow Hall, Room 204.

5:30 to 8 p.m. – Center for Community-Engaged Research / ICTS / Siteman Cancer Center’s Program for the Elimination of Cancer Disparities – Community Forum.
“In It Together: Community and Academic Perspectives on Research.” Sarah Gehlert, dir., Center for Community-Engaged Research. Hands-on community forum to discuss how health research can benefit Ferguson, Dellwood, and other areas in the St. Louis metropolitan region. Event details. Dellwood Recreation Center, 10266 W. Florissant, Dellwood, MO Contact: Philip Horn at phorn@dom.wustl.edu or 314-362-7034.

6 p.m. – Congress of the South 40 Presents – RJ Mitte.
"Overcoming Adversity: Turning a Disadvantage to an Advantage.” RJ Mitte, actor, known for Breaking Bad series. Event details. Graham Chapel. vscales@wustl.edu.

6:30 p.m. – African Students Association – Africa Week 2014: Unmasked – Lecture.
“Unmasking Ebola: Myths and Misconceptions.” James Ogedegbe, Nigerian epidemiologist; dir., Disease Control for the State of Florida Health Dept. Event details. Seigle Hall, Room L006.

7 p.m. – Science on Tap: Lecture and Discussion.
“Flicker: Your Brain on Movies.” Jeffrey Zacks, psychology; radiology. Moderated by Cynthia Wichelman, emergency medicine. Event details. Schlafly Bottleworks, Crown Room, 7260 Southwest Ave., Maplewood, MO 63143.

Other Events


8 a.m. to 4 p.m. – Siteman Cancer Center – Mammography Van on Campus – West Campus.
WUSTL employees. For appointment, call 1-800-600-3606. Event details. Located in front of old Bally’s bldg.

11 a.m. – Danforth Campus – Fall 2014 Arbor Tour.
(Rain date is Oct. 30) Meet on south side of Knight / Bauer Hall. A tree planting will follow. Led by Kent Theiling, grounds manager / horticulturist. KShilling@wustl.edu.

Thursday, October 30

Lectures, Readings and Talks


Noon – Brown School / Institute for Public Health / Global Health Center – Women Leaders in Public Health Career Lecture Series.
“Scaling Up Nutrition: A Brief History Behind Where We Are Today.” Victoria Quinn, Helen Keller International. Event details. Danforth Campus, Brown Hall Lounge.

2 p.m. – University Libraries – Workshop Series.
Research Studio: Research Metrics. Event details. Olin Library, Level A, Arc Lab.

3 p.m. – American Culture Studies Program – 2014 WUSTL City Seminar Series.
“For the Sake of All.” Jason Purnell, social work. Event details. Danforth Campus, Givens Hall, Room 118.

3 p.m. – Dept. of Physics – Lecture.
“Five Observations Consistent With the Electron Neutrino Being a -0.11+-0.02eV^2 Tachyon.” Robert Erlich, George Mason U. Event details. Compton Hall, Room 241.

4 p.m. – Dept. of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences – The Inaugural Dr. David C. Beebe Lecture.
“Adventures in Natural and Artificial Inner Retinal Photoreception.” Russell Van Gelder, U. of Washiongton School of Medicine. Eric P. Newman Education Center Aud. 314-362-3315.

4:15 p.m. – Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sciences – Colloquium.
“Space Resources and Our Future Beyond Earth.” Phil Metzger, Florida Space Inst., U. of Central Florida. Event details. Rudolph Hall, Room 203.

5 p.m. – Kemper Art Museum – Spotlight Talk.
Talk on Joan Miro’s Peinture (Painting), 1933. Matthew Bailey, independent curator. Event details. Kemper Art Museum.

6 p.m. – East Asian Languages and Cultures – 17th Annual Nelson Wu Memorial Lecture.
“Painter and Atelier in Early Modeen Japan.” Matthew McKelway, Columbia U. Event details. Steinberg Hall Aud.

Performances

8 to 10 p.m. – Jazz at Holmes.
Modern Jazz. Saxophonist Adam Schefkind and his band. Co-sponsored by University College. Event details. Ridgley Hall, Holmes Lounge.

Other Events


6:30 p.m. – African Students Association – Africa Week 2014: Unmasked – Ms. Africa Pageant: African Royalty.
Oct. 27-Oct. 31.  Danforth University Center, Tisch Commons. Contact: Christine Mbakwe at cmbakwe@wustl.edu.

7:30 to 8:30 p.m. – WUSTL Intramural Sports / South 40 Present – Zombie Zumba.
Includes Costume Contest (individual & group). Zumba fitness led by Lynda Anderson. The Haunted Swamp (on south 40). Weather contingency location: Athletic Complex. spencer@wustl.edu.

Friday, October 31


Faith-Based

7 p.m. – Chabad on Campus – Classic Shabbat Dinner.
Students are invited to join Rabbi Hershey Novack for a classic “Chabad-Style” Shabbat dinner. Often, members of the faculty attend as well. Meets each week during the semester. No fee to participate. Barry H. Levites Chabad House, 7018 Forsyth Blvd. Please RSVP online. Contact: rabbi@chabadoncampus.org.

Lectures, Readings and Talks


9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. – Interdisciplinary Project in the Humanities – An Interdisciplinary Symposium.
Oct. 31 and Nov. 1. “Artifacts as Evidence: The Material Record of Politics.” RSVP / Event details. Umrath Hall Lounge.

9:15 p.m. – Dept. of Pediatrics – Grand Rounds – The 29th Annual Philip R. Dodge Lecture.
“How Does the Brain Become Epileptic? From the Clinic to the Lab and Back.” Tallie Baram, U. of California, Irvine. Wohl Clinic Bldg., Clopton Aud. 314-454-6006.

10 a.m. – Workshops in Digital Humanities.
“Data Exploration and Calculation in Your Browser.” Space limited. Registration / Event details. Eads Hall, Room 004. Doug Knox at dknox@wustl.edu or 314-935-3247.

Noon – Political Science Dept. – Political Theory Seminar.
“Global, Long-Term, Environmental Risk and Generational Domination.” Corey Katz, St. Louis U. Event details. Seigle Hall, Room 248.

Noon – Brown School / Institute for Public Health / Global Health Center – Women Leaders in Public Health Career Lecture Series.
“A Daring Adventure as an International Nutritionist.” Victoria Quinn, Helen Keller International. Event details. Medical Campus, Taylor Ave. Bldg., Room 2131.

Noon – Genitourinary Focus Group – GU Clinical Trials Review.
A multi-disciplinary discussion focused on active clinical trials, proposed studies, and funding opportunities relevant to GU cancers. Wohl Hospital, 2nd Fl., Urology Conf. Room.

2:30 p.m. – Center for New Institutional Social Sciences – Lecture.
“The Economic Returns of Fluency in English as a Foreign Language.” Juan Diez Medrano, University Carlos III, Madrid/IBEI. Event details. Seigle Hall, Room 248. RSVP to Alana Bame at cniss@artsci.wustl.edu.

4 p.m. – American Culture Studies – Seminar.
“Boundary Struggles in Intimate Life: A Psychoanalytic Perspective.” Steven Seidman, SUNY-Albany. Event details. Duncker Hall, Hurst Lounge, Room 201.

Sports

3 p.m. – Women’s Volleyball – Bears Invite – Dig for Pink.
Westminster (MO).  Schedule.  Volleyball to host “Dig for Pink” night.  Field House.

5:30 p.m. – Men’s Soccer
Brandeis. Schedule. Francis Field.

7 p.m. – Women’s Volleyball – Bears Invite – Senior Night; Dig for Pink.
Transylvania.  Schedule.  Volleyball to host "Dig for Pink" night.  Field House.

8 p.m. – Women’s Soccer
Brandeis. Schedule. Francis Field.

Other Events


12 to 3 p.m. – African Students Association – Africa Week 2014: Unmasked – African Marketplace.
Oct. 27-Oct. 31.  Mallinckrodt Center, Schoenberg Gallery. Contact: Christine Mbakwe at cmbakwe@wustl.edu.

8 a.m. to 4 p.m. – Siteman Cancer Center – Mammography Van on Campus – North Campus.
WUSTL employees. For appointment, call 1-800-600-3606. Event details. Located in front of Family Learning Center.

Saturday, November 1


Lectures, Readings and Talks

9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. – Interdisciplinary Project in the Humanities – An Interdisciplinary Symposium.
Oct. 31 and Nov. 1.  “Artifacts as Evidence: The Material Record of Politics.” RSVP / Event details. Umrath Hall Lounge.

10:30 a.m. – Dept. of Physics – Saturday Morning Lectures.
“Crazy Ideas of Science: Right, Wrong and Maybe?” Michael Ogilvie, physics. Lectures are tailored for the general public. Event details. Crow Hall, Hughes Lecture Room 201.

Performances

8 p.m. – Edison Theatre – Ovations Series.
Nov. 1 and Nov. 2 at 2 p.m.  Three Acts, Two Dancers, One Radio Host. Ira Glass, Monica Bill Barnes, and Anna Bass.  TicketsEvent details. Mallinckrodt Center, 6465 Forsyth Blvd. 63105, Edison Theatre. edison@wustl.edu or 314-935-6543.

Sports

10 a.m. – Women’s Volleyball
Hendrix. Bears Invite. Schedule. Field House.

Noon – Football
Case Western Reserve. Senior Day. Schedule. Francis Field.

2:30 p.m. – Women’s Volleyball
Millikin. Bears Invite. Schedule. Field House.

Other Events

Noon to 3 p.m. – Sam Fox School / University City Fall Festival – Envisioning a Better Block.
“Making Your Mark, Claiming Your Space.” Event details. 7301 Olive Blvd., in the vacant lot at Olive and Midland. 314-935-9300.

Sunday, November 2


Faith-Based

11 a.m. – Catholic Student Center Mass.
All are welcome. Catholic Student Center, 6352 Forsyth Blvd., 63105. Contact: Mark Zaegel at zaegel@washucsc.org or (314) 935-9191 ext. 230.

9 p.m. – Catholic Student Center Mass.
All are welcome. Catholic Student Center, 6352 Forsyth Blvd., 63105. Contact: Mark Zaegel at zaegel@washucsc.org or (314) 935-9191 ext. 230.

Performances

2 p.m. – Edison Theatre – Ovations Series.
Nov. 1 at 8 p.m. and Nov 2. Three Acts, Two Dancers, One Radio Host. Ira Glass, Monica Bill Barnes, and Anna Bass.  TicketsEvent details. Mallinckrodt Center, 6465 Forsyth Blvd. 63105, Edison Theatre. edison@wustl.edu or 314-935-6543.

3 p.m. – Dept. of Music – Student Recital.
Event details. 560 Music Center, 560 Trinity Ave. 63130, E. Desmond Lee Concert Hall.

Sports

11 a.m. – Men’s Soccer
New York U. Senior Day. Schedule. Francis Field.

1:30 p.m. – Women’s Soccer
New York U. Senior Day. Schedule. Francis Field.

Monday, November 3

Lectures, Readings and Talks

Noon – Olin Business School / Brown School – Work, Families and Public Policy – Biweekly Brown Bag Seminar Series.
“Disease and the Media: Evidence from the Health Transition.” Dora Costa, UCLA. Seigle Hall, Room 348. Pollak@wustl.edu.

2 p.m. – University Libraries – Workshop Series.
ClimateQUAL Focus Group – Supervisors (afternoon). Registration / Event details. Olin Library, Room 142.

6:30 p.m. – Sam Fox School – Panel Discussions Series.
“Teaching Architecture, Practicing Drawing.” Event details. Steinberg Hall Aud.

Performances

7:30 p.m. – Dept. of Music – Danforth University Center Chamber Concert Music Series.
Ilex Piano Trio, featuring Kristin Ahlstrom, Anne Fagerburg, and Peter Henderson. Event details. Danforth University Center, Goldberg Formal Lounge.



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Ongoing Events


October 2014 month-long promotions to benefit Siteman Cancer Center. Event details.

First Year Center – Bear Beginnings: Fall 2014 Orientation. Event details.

WUSTL Car-Free Challenge – October 2014. The Office of Sustainability is challenging WUSTL students, faculty, and staff to adjust the way they travel in October. Register / Event details. Andrew.Heaslet@wustl.edu.

COMING IN NOVEMBER – The 16th Annual Dance Marathon, Nov. 15. Raises funds and awareness for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals of Greater St. Louis.  Event details. executivedirector@dm.wustl.edu.


Ongoing Exhibits


Sam Fox School – Student Exhibition: Disegno: Encounters in Public Space. On view Sept. 27 through Oct. 18. Features student work for the 2014 Florence Summer program architecture studio. Event details. Givens Hall.

University Libraries Film & Media Archive – Remembering Mississippi Freedom Summer Exhibition. On view Sept. 12 through Oct. 25.   (NOTE: Screening of documentary film “A Regular Bouquet” and Q&A with filmmaker and actor Richard Beymer at 7 p.m. on Sept. 23, Steinberg Hall Aud.) Event details. Olin Library, Grand Staircase Lobby and Gingko Room. 314-935-8679.

Artwork in the Farrell Adam Long is a professional sculptor in St. Charles. He says, “My work is ultimately about humanity and explores our connection to nature, our place in it and how we seek to explore and understand our environment.” On view from Sept. 5 through Dec. 4. Event details. Farrell Learning and Teaching Center, in the 2nd floor hearth and link areas. 314-747-3284.

Kemper Art Museum Fall 2014 Exhibition: Drawing Ambience: Alvin Boyarsky and the Architectural Association. On view from Sept. 12 through Jan. 4. Opening reception on Sept. 12 from 7 to 9 p.m. Event details. Kemper Art Museum, Ebsworth Gallery.

Kemper Art Museum Fall 2014 Exhibition:
Encountering the City: The Urban Experience in Contemporary Art. On view from Sept. 12 through Jan. 4. Opening reception on Sept. 12 from 7 to 9 p.m. Event details. Kemper Art Museum, Garen Gallery.

Kemper Art Museum Fall 2014 Exhibition: Picturing Narrative: Greek Mythology in the Visual Arts. On view from Sept. 12 through Jan. 4. Opening reception on Sept. 12 from 7 to 9 p.m. Event details. Kemper Art Museum, Teaching Gallery.