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  • Sunday, April 7, 2013

    • Rock Climbing Time: Sat. 4/6 8:00a - 4:30p Location: Off Campus Details:

      Join CRUX for an unforgettable weekend of climbing and camping! Long the pride of East Coast climbers, CRUX leaders will lead you on an epic weekend of all around outdoor fun this Spring season.  Whether you have done it before or are new to climbing, there will be a challenge for everyone.  Up is never easy!  But the reward from a hard day at the rock crag will make it all worthwhile as you change from feeling challenged to having conquered, as you settle down for the day and enjoy the outdoors and the night sky.  So say adios to your fear of heights!

    • WIS Masquerade Ball Time: 11:00p - 1:00a Location: Cardinal William H. Keeler Dining Room Details:

      Women In Science is hosting this Masquerade Ball and food drive. This fun night will be full of masks, lovely attire, and dancing. The kicker to this dance is, the female asks the male to the dance - Sadie Hawkins style. Get excited, start making masks, and finding those dazzling dresses. This is a event you won't want to miss.

      This event is open to all Mount students plus one guest. Tickets are $5 per person and will be available for sale in Patriot Hall prior to the event.

      Canned items and non-perishables will be collected for the food drive.

    • Holocaust Museum Trip Time: 9:00a - 2:00p Location: Off Campus Details:

      Join the Office of Social Justice as we take a trip to the Holocaust Museum in Washington D.C. There we will see some of the horrifying truth of th Holocaust and World War II

    • Baseball Time: 1:00p - 4:00p Location: E.T. Straw Family Stadium Details:

      Baseball vs. Monmouth University at 1 p.m.

    • Department of Visual & Performing Arts presents Spring Theatre Mainstage Production of "The Eumenides" Time: 2:00p - 4:00p Location: Horning Theater Details:

      The concluding play of the only surviving Greek tragic trilogy, THE EUMENIDES presents the trial of Orestes for the murder of his mother, Clytemnestra. That is not all that is at stake in the play, however, as the outcome of Orestes’ trial will affect all of Greek civilization. Athena must choose—find Orestes innocent and acknowledge blood lust and revenge as acceptable, or find him guilty and condemn a fragile peace to possible destruction.

      April 5-6   8:00pm Horning Theater, DFAC All tickets $7.00/each

      April 7      2:00pm Matinee Horning Theater, DFAC All tickets $7.00/each

      Theater Box office to reserve tickets: 301-447-5308 X4723

    • BODYPUMP Time: 4:00p - 5:00p Location: Knott ARCC-Group Exercise Studio Details:

      60 minute workout challenges all your muscle groups by using best weight room exercises like squats, presses, lifts and curls. Great music and awesome instructors!

    • Piyo Time: 5:00p - 6:00p Location: Knott ARCC-Group Exercise Studio Details:

      A method of physical and mental conditioning by blending basic Pilates exercises and Yoga poses.  This class stresses core muscle strength, as well as overall muscular lengthening and strengthening, through a series of exercises performed standing, seated, or lying on the floor.  Work to achieve a balanced body.

    • Wrestlemania Time: 6:30p - 11:30p Location: Purcell Details:

      Watch Wrestlemania with AMP!

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