Friday, December 9, 2016

Friday, December 16, 2016

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

  • AMSA Weekly Meeting
    7:00pm Warch Campus Center 414 - Runkel Conference Room
    AMSA Weekly Meeting
  • CORE New Year Celebration
    8:00pm Warch Campus Center 224 - Esch Hurvis Studio (Esch) & Warch Campus Center 225 - Esch Hurvis Room (Hurvis)
    Party for all CORE groups to celebrate the new year!
  • LUCC Steering Committee
    8:00pm Warch Campus Center 401 - Arthur Vining Davis Conference Room
    LUCC's Steering committee meets weekly on Tuesday evenings to discuss legislation, appointments, campus agenda items, and recognition requests.
  • LUCC Steering Committee
    8:01pm Warch Campus Center 414 - Runkel Conference Room
    LUCC's Steering committee meets weekly on Tuesday evenings to discuss legislation, appointments, campus agenda items, and recognition requests.

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

  • LCF Large Group Meeting
    9:00pm Warch Campus Center 226 - Mead Witter Room
    The Large Group meeting of the Lawrence Christian Fellowship, with worship, fellowship, a speaker, and group discussion. All are welcome!

Thursday, January 5, 2017

  • Linguistics Tea
    4:30pm Warch Campus Center 414 - Runkel Conference Room
    A gathering of students and faculty interested in Linguistics
  • Composed
    8:00pm Warch Campus Center 204 - Cinema
    This event will include a documentary screening followed by a panel discussion with the director of the film as well as studio professors and athletic coaches. "Through the lens of professional classical musicians, Composed explores the many ways we experience and can address performance anxiety. Faced with the judgment of peers, audience, conductors, and worst of all themselves, these musicians spend years trying to understand and overcome the physical and mental manifestations of their anxiety.Through their stories, we learn valuable lessons learned over a lifetime of professional performance; and we find that we are not alone in our quest to overcome the fear of failure and embarrassment. For anyone wanting to feel strength over fear and compassion over judgment, or simply seeking a closer look at anxiety and what makes us tick, Composed opens the door to a world of high stakes, high pressure, and peak performing."

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