The Mississippians Jazz Band Concert
BURNHAM LECTURE IN CIVIL WAR HISTORY: Sorrow & Survival: Providing for the Families of Gettysburg's Soldier Dead
Adam Estes, bassoon & saxophone, Stacy Rodgers, piano, Faculty Series
UM Wind Ensemble Spring Benefit Concert
Philosophy of Mind Conference
L-O-U Symphony Spring Concert
UM Symphonic and Concert Band Spring Concert
Graduate Conducting Recital
Admission is free and the April 15 concert starts at 7:30PM in Nutt Auditorium.
The most important advice for fashion or costume designers is to "keep drawing."---Stephanie Shaw, Instructional Assistant Professor of Costume Technology
“It’s a big deal because the play challenges traditional theater,” said Joe Turner Cantú, director.
An informal talk and conversation with Joshua First, Croft Assist. Professor of History & International Studies, April 11, 4:30PM, Lusa Pastry Cafe, 1120 North Lamar.
George Dor hopes to educate western audiences about West African music and dance traditions.
Carol Reardon, military historian at Pennsylvania State University, will discuss providing for the families of Gettysburg’s fallen soldiers on April 17 in the Overby Auditorium.