Category: Theater & Dance

Disabilities Awareness Month—an Adventure!

Disabilities Awareness Month—an Adventure!

“Every college, including the College of Arts and Sciences, has students with disabilities,” said Director of Disability Services Phillip Pownall. “It’s a diversity issue that CAS is addressing through their diversity initiative.”
Pownall and students at an experiential learning center.
As part of Disabilities Awareness Month, students across the campus are encouraged to participate in experiential […]

Oberon and Puck bring the bayou to Dunham

Oberon and Puck bring the bayou to Dunham

Director Peter Cocuzza’s take on William Shakespeares ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ is set in a Louisiana bayou, at an indeterminate time period some time in the last century. Sticking to the Shakespearian dialogue, but incorporating Cajun music and translating Duke Theseus into a governor or a fictional parish called Athens, the production had a contemporary […]

Hands On Day... for the Undeclared

Hands On Day… for the Undeclared

Undergraduate students who have not declared their major used to wander the University with little exposure to the vast majority of educational disciplines available to them at SIUE. The answer to this problem is Hands On Day, where the College of Arts and Sciences shows off its stuff.

Pre-med major Casey Moser and "bananna man"
“We’re extracting […]

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 […]

Theater student on her way to becoming successful playwright

Theater student on her way to becoming successful playwright

Sara Fehrmann is continuing to make great progress toward becoming a successful playwright.
Sara Fehrmann, a 21-year-old senior and theater history literature criticism major, has been putting pen to paper in an effort to produce plays, books and other written creations since she was 6 years old.

For the St. Louis native, her recent achievement – having […]

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