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Come down to the Baptist Student Center today from 11 am-1 pm for a free, home cooked lunch provided by area churches. This weekly event is sponsored by Baptist Collegiate Ministry. For more information, contact Megan Buchanan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In honor of National Gordie Day, the Center for Student Development and the Student Development Advisory Board will be sharing safety tips and providing information on binge drinking and blood alcohol content from 10 am to 2 pm in the Slemp Student Center Atrium. For more information, contact Tabitha Smith at 276-328-0131 or email@example.com.
Registration for the Survive @ Wise: Zombie 5K Trail Run will be from September 1 - October 24. This event is co-sponsored by the Intramural Department, the Student Development Advisory Board, the Outdoor Recreation Department, and the Student Activities Board. Registration forms are available online (http://www.uvawise.edu/studentactivities/files/studentactivities/zombie%20run%202014%20REVISED.pdf) and on the 3rd floor of the Slemp Student Center. For more information, contact Sarah Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org or 276-376-4514.
The ZUMBA FITNESS® class is sponsored by Dance Fitness Party. Classes will be held at 8 pm every Monday and Thursday in the Slemp Student Center Aerobics Room (inside the Fitness Center). The class is FREE and is open to all students, faculty, and staff. Come out and join the fun! For more information, contact Charles Campbell at email@example.com.
Intramural 'Air It Out' Field Goal Challenge will be held at the Carl Smith Stadium from 4 to 6 pm. For more information, contact Nick Marshall at 276-376-4513 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Catholic Campus Ministry invites you to Mass each Sunday at 4 pm in the Chapel of All Faiths. For more information, contact Rev. Brad Mathisen at 330-554-7687 or email@example.com.
Join the Student Virginia Education Association for their annual Funtasia event at the Gilliam Sculpture Garden (rain site: Greear Gym) from noon to 4 pm. Admission is free, and activity/game tickets and snacks will be available for purchase. There will also be a silent auction. The event kicks off with a Book Character Parade at noon, followed by special singing by Frozen's Elsa! Book areas will include Frozen, Ninja Turtles, Planes, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, Clifford, Doc McStuffin, Princesses, and Wizard of Oz. For ages 0-12, accompanied by an adult. Participants may come in costume if they wish. Event is co-sponsored by SVEA and SGA. For more information, call 276-328-0187 or 276-328-0184, or email Chessie Shoemaker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gail Ivy Berlin, Indiana University-Pennsylvania Cordelia and Leir: Medicine and Comfort in Lawman's Brut. Elizabeth J. Bryan, Brown University Picturing Saints in British History Kathleen Curtin, Concordia University Chicago Catholic Life-Writing in Early Modern England: St. Augustine, Teresa of Avila, and Toby Mathew approved for cultural activity credit
Astrid Giugni, Duke University Una republica tumultuaria: Prudence and Tumults in Machiavellis Discourses on Livy Jennifer Heller, Lenoir-Rhyne University A Body Mutilated, a Doublet Decayed, a Castle in Woeful Ruins: Approaches to Imperfect History John Mark Adrian, University of Virginia's College at Wise Pageantry and Topographical Performance in Queen Elizabeths 1573 Visit to Sandwich approved for cultural activity credit
Emma Briscoe, Virginia Tech University A rich mantle of white ermine: The Evolution of Eroticism, Violence, and Female Empowerment in Marie de Frances Lanval Wendell Frye, Hartwick College The Authorship of Das Nibelungenlied Kenneth Tiller, University of Virginia's College at Wise The Priamus and Gawain Episode as Ars Legendi for the Allliterative Morte Arthure approved for cultural activity credit
Abigail L. Montgomery, Blue Ridge Community College The Resurrection of the Son: Twelfth Night as Hamnet Shakespeares Fictional Afterlife Benita Huffman Muth, Middle Georgia State College The Kings Protean Role in Alls Well That Ends Well Kevin Roberts, Johns Hopkins University Eros, Thou Yet Beholdst Me?: Memories, Loves, and Loyalties in Antony and Cleopatra approved for cultural activity
PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED! Outdoor Recreation will be taking students on a trip to Scarowinds today. For more information about the program, contact Mark Collins at 276-376-4651 or email@example.com or stop by the office on the 3rd floor of the Slemp Student Center.
Come join us at the open observation night at 8 pm. All students, faculty, and staff are invited! More information regarding astronomical targets, the intended schedule, potential changes in the schedule (due to the weather), and directions to the observatory site can be found under the Observatory's web page (http://observatory.uvawise.edu). For more information, contact Lucian Undreiu at firstname.lastname@example.org or 276-376-4368.
What Kind of Monster is Religio Medici: Sir Thomas Browne and Renaissance Genres Reid Barbour, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill approved for cultural activity credit
John Thornburg, San Jacinto College Old English Kennings: Compound Nouns, Aristotelian Analogy, Classical Metonymy and Synecdoche and Deep-Case Roles Philip F. OMara, Bridgewater College Voices other than the Narrators in Chaucers Legend of Good Women Lisa Jennings, Bainbridge State College One Thing to My Purpose Nothing: Alchemys Procreative Imperatives in Shakespeares Sonnets David Bradshaw, Warren-Wilson College for nothing is better than this: The Ideal that Links Homers Odyssey to Miltons Paradise Lost approved for cultural activity
Michael Muth, Wesleyan College Bonaventure and the Metaphysics of Humility Alesha Dawson, University of Montevallo Ne No Worde Speke: The Role of Silence in Sir Gowthers Penitential Quest Narrative Christopher A. Hill, University of Tennessee-Martin Leonard Wright and Toby Bland: Antimarprelate Populists
Maria DeLaquil, Winthrop University Edmund and Arthurian Bastards Melissa Huggins, American Shakespeare Center Sleep thou there: Patterns of Sleep in A Midsummer Nights Dream Leslie Bradshaw, Independent Scholar drink with any tinker in his own language: Linguistic Facility, Playwright, and Audience: French Language in Shakespeares Henry V Carlo Lorini, Independent Scholar Marriage as a Means of Teleporting in Shakespeares Venetian play approved for cultural activity credit
The Student Government Association meets each Friday at 1 pm in the Dogwood Room on the 5th floor of the Slemp Student Center. All meetings are open to the public. For more information, contact President Shannon Walker at email@example.com.
Kurt Haas, Colorado Mesa University Medieval Drama as a Vehicle for Integrative Learning Richard Vela, University of North Carolina-Pembroke Second Person Shakespeare: Stage Conventions / Film Conventions Richard H. Peake, University of Virginia's College at Wise Defenders of Holy Marriage: Partners in Changing Theater Fashion. approved for cultural activity credit
Charlotte Fiehn, Harrisburg Area Community College Belief . . . in a special sense: Spensers Poetical Mind and Perspective in The Faerie Queene Brooke Thomas, George Mason University Grendel, the Grinch, and the Gift: Alienation and Social-Border Crossing of Monstrous Characters in Social Representations of Medieval and Contemporary Societies Zachary Canter, University of Virginia's College at Wise An Arthurian Knight in King Davids Court: Sir Gawain and the Green Knight and Christian Symbolism