Category: Happenings

Thomas Combo tap out tunes

Thomas Combo tap out tunes

Music students attend a weekly convocation to hone their skills in front of an audience. The convocation is held most Fridays at 2 p.m. in the John C. Abbott Auditorium, on the lower level of Lovejoy Library. The mini-concerts are free and open to the public. Below are three selections from The Reggie Thomas Combo.

Morrison Combo; upbeat at the Abbott

Morrison Combo; upbeat at the Abbott

Music students attend a weekly convocation to hone their skills in front of an audience. The convocation is held most Fridays at 2 p.m. in the John C. Abbott Auditorium, on the lower level of Lovejoy Library. The mini-concerts are free and open to the public. Below are three selections from The Marty Morrison Combo.
‘All […]

The Swags impress at the weekly convocation

The Swags impress at the weekly convocation

Music students attend a weekly convocation to hone their skills in front of an audience. The convocation is held most Fridays at 2 p.m. in Abbott Auditorium ojn the lower level of Lovejoy Library. The mini-concerts are free and open to the public. Below are three selections from the Jason Swagler Combo, or “The Swags.”
Honeysuckle […]

Old Buddy Week at the Wagner Gallery

Old Buddy Week at the Wagner Gallery

The Alumni Invitational Exhibition is taking place in the New Wagner Gallery from Oct. 12-Nov. 18. For SIUE faculty and staff, the event presents a unique opportunity to view the work of previous SIUE students.
“Every area got to pick one or two artists and have them bring back either current work or a piece they have […]

Schwab spoke eloquently about a dangerous Nietzsche

Schwab spoke eloquently about a dangerous Nietzsche

“What do Neitzsche, James Dean, Baudelaire [and] Jim Morrison have in common? — All of them are surrounded by an aura of rebellion and all of them seem to document in their lives the trajectory of intense rebellion and premature catastrophic end” said Professor Martin Schwab.
“No wonder the image of the comet comes up when you […]

Philosophy Undergrad Conference Set For Oct. 15-16 At SIUE

Philosophy Undergrad Conference Set For Oct. 15-16 At SIUE

The SIUE Chapter of the Phi Sigma Tau Philosophy Honor Society and the SIUE Department of Philosophy will host the Fifth Annual Philosophy Undergraduate Conference this weekend.
The program for the event states it will run from 12:45-5 p.m., Friday, Oct. 15, and 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 16. The speakers for the event will present […]

Made You Look

Made You Look

Author Laurel Williams holds her book "Made You Look"
Laurel Williams, author and 2010 SIUE grad, unveiled her new book before a gathering of faculty and students in Dunham Hall in September. This past April “Made You Look” was featured at the SIUE Senior Capstone Showcase, an honor bestowed on selected seniors from the College of […]

Politically inspiring black women highlighted

Politically inspiring black women highlighted

Condoleezza Rice
The Black Studies program hosted its Politically Inspiring Black Women exhibition in Peck Hall on Sept. 18.
With the goal of broadening conversation about African American ideas and racial equity, the exhibit featured 28 “political or inspiring black women” and was specifically targeted at female students enrolled in an orientation course at SIUE.
Associate Professor Howard Rambsy, chair […]

Poet Allison Joseph pulls from "agony stash" to inspire

Poet Allison Joseph pulls from “agony stash” to inspire

Poet Allison Joseph reads to an audience in the Morris University Center's bookstore. Photo by H. Rambsy.
When a poet speaks of a personal “agony stash” as the source of inspiration for much of her literary work, her audience can expect a stirring poetic experience.
SIUE’s Department of English Language and Literature hosted the London-born poet, Allison […]

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