Campus Events Calendar
Saturday, February 13, 2016
Vertical Caving at Whiting's Neck Time: All Day Location: Whiting's Neck Cave, WV Details:
Explore the vertical aspects of Whiting's Neck Cave with CRUX!
Volunteer: SERRV Market Time: 8:00a - 4:00p Location: Off Campus Details:
Volunteers help SERRV market, an international fair trade organization, process products made by artisans around the world. Participants will also get an opportunity to do some shopping, contact us to join in!
Baltimore Shuttle Time: 11:00a - 8:00p Location: Off Campus Details:
Explore downtown Baltimore and its beautiful Inner Harbor. Cost: $5
WBB vs St. Francis PA Time: 12:00p - 3:00p Location: Knott Arena Details:
WBB vs St. Francis PA
MBB vs St. Francis PA Time: 3:00p - 5:00p Location: Knott Arena Details:
MBB vs St. Francis PA
MSMU Women's Basketball vs. Saint Francis U Time: 4:30p - 7:30p Location: Knott Arena Details:
Come out and support the Women’s Basketball team as they host Saint Francis U.
5th Annual Celebration of Black History through the Arts Time: 7:00p - 7:30p Location: Knott Auditorium Details:
Presenting the story of Black History through the arts of music, poetry, dance, and skit to educate our audience while leaving room for interpretation.
1808 Bingo- Vera Bradley Time: 8:00p - 10:00p Location: Purcell/1808 Details:
Join AMP in Purcell/1808 to win some AWESOME prizes! Get there early before the line gets too long.
Allies Revue Time: 8:00p - 9:00p Location: Delaplaine Fine Arts Center's Horning Theater Details:
Tony winner Jason Robert Brown's (The Last 5 Years, 13, Parade, The Bridges of Madison County) first musical, Songs for a New World, has no over-arching plot and no consistent characters. It rather tells a whole collection of stories through independent scene-songs. While the stories and characters change, the songs are essentially about the same thing: those moments in life when everything seems perfect and then suddenly disaster strikes. But more than this, Songs for a New World is about surviving those moments. It's about the way we regroup and figure out how to survive in a new set of circumstances – a new world – even against seemingly overwhelming odds. Come experience a funny, inspiring, and poignant analysis of the human experience and support a great cause!
*Mild language* All proceeds go to The Forty to None Project
Dates: Feb. 11-13, 8:00 PM, $5 at the door or in Patriot Hall starting Feb. 7th
Acoustic Coffeehouse Time: 10:00p - 11:00p Location: Mount Cafe Details:
Come see your fellow Mounties perform in the intimate Mount Cafe.