Datebook

Wednesday, September 24

Ensemble East: traditional Japanese music for sangen and koto (plucked and bowed string instruments), shakuhachi (bamboo flute), and voice. 7:30 p.m. Foy Hall. $12, $6 seniors and students. Ext. 1650.

Michael Parenti, author of To Kill a Nation (about the breakup of Yugoslavia) and The Terrorism Trap (about September 11). 4:00 p.m., Prosser Auditorium.

Friday, September 26
Celtic Classic. Do not visit downtown Bethlehem without money in your sporran and a brogue on your lips.

Tuesday, September 30
Memorial service for Christopher Seifert ’97, who was killed in Kuwait during the Iraq war. 12:15 p.m., Main Street between Colonial and Comenius Halls.


Ongoing

"Three Women of America" (1990) by Elizabeth CatlettThe first exhibit of the year at Payne Gallery is “Recent Acquisitions.” It includes works from many of the gallery’s shows during the four years that Diane Radycki has been gallery director. Among these: Francis Barth, Damon Lehrer, Francisco Mora, Miriam Brumer,Elizabeth Catlett, Gertrude Käsebier, and Polish circus posters.

Other works, bought with a $650,000 gift from an anonymous donor, include: watercolors by Georgia O’Keeffe and William Trost Richards; an oil by Edward Redfield; sculpture by John Singer Sargent, Thomas Eakins, Malvina Hoffman, and Bessie Potter Vonnoh; and drawings by the 19th-century Moravian bishop Amadeus A. Reinke.

Opening reception, 7:00-9:00 p.m. Thursday, September 18. Through October 19.

September 16, 2003

G'day, Doc!:
Janet Sipple, dean of the School of Nursing, receives honorary doctorate from Australian university.

The Big Issue:
Peer-to-peer file-sharing.
Art for Art's Sake:
RCN interviews art profs and students about art in the curriculum.
Look Well, O Wolves!:
New faculty and staff.
Geologist Enters Mesozoic Era:
Joe Gerencher turns 60 .
Datebook:
Campus events calendar.
Roma Nova:
Faculty reading group discusses America.
Gaudeamus:
Faculty/staff/student achievements.