The Fall 2012 Chambliss Lecture with Dr. Michael Gabriel: Civilians in Wartime! “The 1777 Saratoga Campaign: It was an awful time.”
This afternoon at 4:30 p.m. in the Alumni Auditorium. See more information below. Click on the image above to see the poster.
The Snowman presented by
is this Friday and Saturday, Nov. 30 and Dec. 1. This family-favorite holiday
tradition will be presented at the
Miller Center in downtown Reading. Based on the classic children’s book by
Raymond Briggs, The
Snowman film features the
Kutztown University Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Will Rapp, playing the
score, and bringing this beautifully drawn film to life with
Dr. Kevin Kjos
KU Jazz Ensemble I, in the 3rd annual season special.
Tickets are available at the MSU Information Desk or online at
KU Department of Music presents Chamber Singers with Dr. Dennis Williams, director on Sunday, Dec. 2 at 7:30 p.m. in the Georgian Room. Come and enjoy KU’s most select vocal ensemble singing Christmas songs, folk tunes, spirituals and madrigals throughout the ages!
As the end of the fall semester approaches, do you find your dorm or apartment filled with left over boxes of cereal? Art supplies? Packs of Ramen Noodles? Don't throw that out! During the week of final exams - Dec. 10-14 - the Women's Center Oasis at OM3, and the residence halls will have donation boxes set-up where you can donate non-perishable food items, household goods, linens, art supplies, toys, feminine products and new or used clothing. All donations will be sent to local charities. For more information, please contact Kutztown’s Women’s Center, OM 126, at x3-4655.
Shannon Magee, writing intern, KU Women's Center
The next Waldorf Education Study Group meeting is this Sunday, Dec. 2 at 4 p.m. at the Independent Space at 19 East Main Street in Kutztown. We will continue our focus on the book School as Journey by Torin Finser, chapters 7-8. All are welcome having read the book or not. We hope you will join us for a lively discussion.
Carrie Nordlund, associate professor, Art Education
Traveling Around The World, Part II: The Cocoa Bean - The Multicultural Center presents the second in the series, Traveling Around the World. Please come and join us on Thursday, Dec. 6, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. in Multicultural Center 104. A brief history of the cocoa bean will be presented, you will learn some non-food uses for the cocoa bean and enjoy a sampling of some foods made from chocolate. Recipes for the foods sampled will also be available.
Jeann Cengeri, office manager, Multicultural Center
Please excuse the following students on Nov. 28-30. They will be touring to area elementary schools with the Sunshine Players production of "Bullysaurus." Stephanie Shober, Jessica Doyle, Sam Brannen, Richard Warmkessel, Steven Baist, Teresa Nutter, Abagail Hoy, Timothy Carlin, Philip Thomas and Trisha Tomasko.
Johanna Forte, advisor, Sunshine Players
Congratulations to Elementary Education students who were quoted last week in the Republican Herald on the true meaning of Thanksgiving. Here's the story: http://republicanherald.com/news/students-reflect-on-thanksgiving-s-true-meaning-1.1407095
The Language Resource Center (DF 107/109) is offering "Language Crunches", student-led group tutoring/review/study sessions for German, Spanish and French 011, 012, 103 & 104 students over the next two weeks to help students in these classes prepare for their final exams. Please share the following with your students and advisees as may be relevant. All sessions will be in the Language Resource Center DF 107/109.
Spanish Sessions: Fri., Nov. 30 (2-3 p.m.); Wed., Dec. 5 (3-4:30 p.m.); Thurs., Dec. 6 (1:30-3: p.m.); Thurs., Dec. 6 (4:30-5:30 p.m.); Fri., Dec. 7 (1-2 p.m.)
French Sessions: Fri., Nov. 30 (9-10 a.m.); Tues., Dec. 4 (3-4 p.m.); Wed., Dec. 5 (11 a.m. - noon); Fri., Dec. 7 (10 - 11 a.m.)
German Sessions: Thurs., Nov. 29 (3-4:30 p.m.); Tues., Dec. 4 (4:30-5:30 p.m.); Wed., Dec. 5 (9-10 a.m.); Mon., Dec. 10 (9-11 a.m.)
When you come to the center, please check-in with the student assistant on duty and let them know that you are here for the Language Crunches. More information and a poster is available on our website http://www.kutztown.edu/academics/liberal_arts/lrc/.
Deanne Cobb-Zygadlo, director, Language Resource Center
America Reads Gertrude Hawk Chocolate Fundraiser, $1 per bar. Drop-by the Community Outreach Center, MSU281 to get yours.
Joe Hohman, coordinator, America Reads