Free concerts, talks, art programs, and book signings at University Campus
March 30, 2016
The following events at University Campus are open to the public, and admission is free. Parking is available in the campus garage and, during the evenings, may be available in some surface lots. For those traveling from outside our neighboring communities, the campus is at 33701 State Road 52, four miles east of Interstate 75 (Exit 285) in the town of Saint Leo, 33574.
March 29 concert: 7 p.m., Tuesday, March 29, Spring Sing, “Music of the Decades.” Greenfelder-Denlinger Boardrooms, Student Community Center. For more information contact Jennifer “Megan” Orendorf of the School of Arts and Sciences at (352) 588-8401 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
April 1 stage opening:Student production of A Murder Is Announcedby Agatha Christie. Six performances in all, all beginning at 7 p.m., on: Friday, April 1; Saturday, April 2; and Sunday, April 3; and the following weekend at 7 p.m., Friday, April 8; Saturday, April 7; and Sunday, April 10. All performances to take place in Saint Leo’s new Black Box Theatre, Benedictine Hall (formerly Holy Name Monastery building), at west end of campus, with its own parking entrance. Seating reservations required. Please email the night you wish to attend and the number of seats you require: StLeoTheatre@saintleo.edu.
April 4 science talk on climate change:John Stamm, PhD, of the Caribbean-Florida Water Science Center of the U.S. Geological Survey, will speak at 6 p.m., Monday, April 4, in Selby Auditorium of Lewis Hall. Dr. Stamm’s will discuss the science behind the controls of climate during the Earth’s geological past. His talk is sponsored jointly by the Office of Residence Life and the University Senate Environmental Committee. For information, contact Sean M. VanGuilder,director of residence life, at (352) 588-8268 or Sean.email@example.com.
April 6 reading by faculty poet: Author Steve Kistulentz, MFA, PhD, will read from The Luckless Ageat noon, Wednesday, April 6, in TECO Hall, School of Business building. His presentation is sponsored by the Daniel A. Cannon Memorial Library. For more information, contact Carol Ann Moon, outreach librarian, at (352) 588-8261 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Dr. Kistulentz is also director of the graduate program in creative writing at Saint Leo, and can answer questions about the university’s new, low-residency master’s degree. (Accreditation of the program is pending with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). More information on the program is available: /academics/graduate/creative-writing.aspx
April 7 arts exhibition:Spring Art Gala: Passport to Creativity, 1 to 5 p.m., Thursday, April 7. Fine Arts Building. Interactive art stations featured each hour; come and go as your schedule permits. Judging and prizes awarded from 4 to 5 p.m. For more information contact Jennifer “Megan” Orendorf of the School of Arts and Sciences at (352) 588-8401 or at email@example.com.
April 12 authors presentation:4 p.m., Tuesday, April 12, author Marcia Rudin on “Cults: Are They Still Around?” in TECO Hall, School of Business Building, followed by a reception at 5 p.m. At 6 p.m., author and Rabbi A. James Rudin presents “FDR and the Rabbi: How Stephen Wise, the Most Prominent Rabbi of the 20th Century, Permanently Changes American Religion and Politics” also in TECO Hall, School of Business building. A book signing will follow for Rabbi Rudin’s new biography Pillar of Fire: A Biography of Stephen S. Wise.For more information contact Jennifer “Megan” Orendorf of the School of Arts and Sciences at (352) 588-8401 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
April 12 concert:The faculty-staff choir Just the FACTS presents its annual Saint Leo City Limits concert, this year with a jazz program at 7 p.m., Tuesday, April 12, Greenfelder-Denlinger Boardrooms, Student Community Center. For more information contact Jennifer “Megan” Orendorf of the School of Arts and Sciences at (352) 588-8401 or at email@example.com.