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February 21 - 27, 2014

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Friday, February 21, 2014

All Day
African-American History Month: Two Examples of Ongoing Research (Multi-Day Event)
On exhibit in the display cases on the second floor of the library are examples of two ongoing research projects in African American History. Tanya Teglo, a graduate of the MASS program in 2009, has on display some of her work concerning black radio in Memphis TN. WDIA is not only one of the pioneers of black radio but also hosted Nat D. Williams, whose prolific writings are being gathered by Ms Teglo for an upcoming book. Recently her contribution was acknowledged at the Memphis Blues Hall of Fame by Robert Gordon, one of the historians of Memphis' musical contribution to the world. The other exhibit is by Jack Widner (Library) and it concerns the crimes of lynching and how it becomes a motif in literature. In the specific case, the novel "The Hawk & the Sun" by Byron Herbert Reece was inspired by a real life murder of Robert Mallard near Lyons, GA in 1948. The translation of reality into fiction is the focus of an upcoming collection.
5:00 PM
UPB Movie Thor: The Dark World
Join UPB for their showing of the sequel to the first Thor movie.
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
8:00 PM
UPB Movie Thor: The Dark World
Join UPB for their showing of the sequel to the first Thor movie.
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Wrestling at Kent State University
Location: Away - Kent, OH
Result: W 27-9
Game Recap

Saturday, February 22, 2014

All Day
African-American History Month: Two Examples of Ongoing Research (Multi-Day Event)
On exhibit in the display cases on the second floor of the library are examples of two ongoing research projects in African American History. Tanya Teglo, a graduate of the MASS program in 2009, has on display some of her work concerning black radio in Memphis TN. WDIA is not only one of the pioneers of black radio but also hosted Nat D. Williams, whose prolific writings are being gathered by Ms Teglo for an upcoming book. Recently her contribution was acknowledged at the Memphis Blues Hall of Fame by Robert Gordon, one of the historians of Memphis' musical contribution to the world. The other exhibit is by Jack Widner (Library) and it concerns the crimes of lynching and how it becomes a motif in literature. In the specific case, the novel "The Hawk & the Sun" by Byron Herbert Reece was inspired by a real life murder of Robert Mallard near Lyons, GA in 1948. The translation of reality into fiction is the focus of an upcoming collection.
All Day
Men's Track and Field at Kent State Open
Location: Away - Kent, OH
Result:
Game Recap
All Day
Women's Track and Field at Kent State Open
Location: Away - Kent, OH
Result:
Game Recap
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
5:00 PM
UPB Movie Thor: The Dark World
Join UPB for their showing of the sequel to the first Thor movie.
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Women's Basketball at Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Location: Away - Indiana, PA
Result: W 69-63
Game Recap
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Wrestling vs. West Virginia University
Location: Home - Edinboro, PA
Result: W 29-6
Game Recap
7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Men's Basketball at Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Location: Away - Indiana, PA
Result: L 65-78
Game Recap
8:00 PM
UPB Movie Thor: The Dark World
Join UPB for their showing of the sequel to the first Thor movie.

Sunday, February 23, 2014

All Day
African-American History Month: Two Examples of Ongoing Research (Multi-Day Event)
On exhibit in the display cases on the second floor of the library are examples of two ongoing research projects in African American History. Tanya Teglo, a graduate of the MASS program in 2009, has on display some of her work concerning black radio in Memphis TN. WDIA is not only one of the pioneers of black radio but also hosted Nat D. Williams, whose prolific writings are being gathered by Ms Teglo for an upcoming book. Recently her contribution was acknowledged at the Memphis Blues Hall of Fame by Robert Gordon, one of the historians of Memphis' musical contribution to the world. The other exhibit is by Jack Widner (Library) and it concerns the crimes of lynching and how it becomes a motif in literature. In the specific case, the novel "The Hawk & the Sun" by Byron Herbert Reece was inspired by a real life murder of Robert Mallard near Lyons, GA in 1948. The translation of reality into fiction is the focus of an upcoming collection.
2:00 PM
UPB Movie Thor: The Dark World
Join UPB for their showing of the sequel to the first Thor movie.

Monday, February 24, 2014

All Day
African-American History Month: Two Examples of Ongoing Research (Multi-Day Event)
On exhibit in the display cases on the second floor of the library are examples of two ongoing research projects in African American History. Tanya Teglo, a graduate of the MASS program in 2009, has on display some of her work concerning black radio in Memphis TN. WDIA is not only one of the pioneers of black radio but also hosted Nat D. Williams, whose prolific writings are being gathered by Ms Teglo for an upcoming book. Recently her contribution was acknowledged at the Memphis Blues Hall of Fame by Robert Gordon, one of the historians of Memphis' musical contribution to the world. The other exhibit is by Jack Widner (Library) and it concerns the crimes of lynching and how it becomes a motif in literature. In the specific case, the novel "The Hawk & the Sun" by Byron Herbert Reece was inspired by a real life murder of Robert Mallard near Lyons, GA in 1948. The translation of reality into fiction is the focus of an upcoming collection.

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

All Day
African-American History Month: Two Examples of Ongoing Research (Multi-Day Event)
On exhibit in the display cases on the second floor of the library are examples of two ongoing research projects in African American History. Tanya Teglo, a graduate of the MASS program in 2009, has on display some of her work concerning black radio in Memphis TN. WDIA is not only one of the pioneers of black radio but also hosted Nat D. Williams, whose prolific writings are being gathered by Ms Teglo for an upcoming book. Recently her contribution was acknowledged at the Memphis Blues Hall of Fame by Robert Gordon, one of the historians of Memphis' musical contribution to the world. The other exhibit is by Jack Widner (Library) and it concerns the crimes of lynching and how it becomes a motif in literature. In the specific case, the novel "The Hawk & the Sun" by Byron Herbert Reece was inspired by a real life murder of Robert Mallard near Lyons, GA in 1948. The translation of reality into fiction is the focus of an upcoming collection.
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Planetarium Show: Legends of the Night Sky
Relive the epic battle between Orion and Scorpius! 
This show is now full.

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

All Day
African-American History Month: Two Examples of Ongoing Research (Multi-Day Event)
On exhibit in the display cases on the second floor of the library are examples of two ongoing research projects in African American History. Tanya Teglo, a graduate of the MASS program in 2009, has on display some of her work concerning black radio in Memphis TN. WDIA is not only one of the pioneers of black radio but also hosted Nat D. Williams, whose prolific writings are being gathered by Ms Teglo for an upcoming book. Recently her contribution was acknowledged at the Memphis Blues Hall of Fame by Robert Gordon, one of the historians of Memphis' musical contribution to the world. The other exhibit is by Jack Widner (Library) and it concerns the crimes of lynching and how it becomes a motif in literature. In the specific case, the novel "The Hawk & the Sun" by Byron Herbert Reece was inspired by a real life murder of Robert Mallard near Lyons, GA in 1948. The translation of reality into fiction is the focus of an upcoming collection.
5:00 PM
UPB Movie Delivery Man
Join UPB for their showing of the movie Delivery Man.
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Women's Basketball vs. Clarion University
Location: Home - Edinboro, PA
Result: W 77-56
Game Recap
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Laugh/Riot Presents "The Bacchae" by Euripides
The Bacchae is an ancient Greek tragedy by the Athenian playwright Euripides, during his final years in Macedonia, at the court of Archelaus I of Macedon. It premièred posthumously at the Theatre of Dionysus in 405 BC.

The tragedy is based on the mythological story of King Pentheus of Thebes and his mother Agauë, and their punishment by the god Dionysus (who is Pentheus' cousin) for refusing to worship him.

7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Men's Basketball vs. Clarion University
Location: Home - Edinboro, PA
Result: W 98-90
Game Recap

Thursday, February 27, 2014

All Day
African-American History Month: Two Examples of Ongoing Research (Multi-Day Event)
On exhibit in the display cases on the second floor of the library are examples of two ongoing research projects in African American History. Tanya Teglo, a graduate of the MASS program in 2009, has on display some of her work concerning black radio in Memphis TN. WDIA is not only one of the pioneers of black radio but also hosted Nat D. Williams, whose prolific writings are being gathered by Ms Teglo for an upcoming book. Recently her contribution was acknowledged at the Memphis Blues Hall of Fame by Robert Gordon, one of the historians of Memphis' musical contribution to the world. The other exhibit is by Jack Widner (Library) and it concerns the crimes of lynching and how it becomes a motif in literature. In the specific case, the novel "The Hawk & the Sun" by Byron Herbert Reece was inspired by a real life murder of Robert Mallard near Lyons, GA in 1948. The translation of reality into fiction is the focus of an upcoming collection.
9:00 AM
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Workshop on Autism Spectrum Disorders
"Autism Spectrum Students:  Dealing with Challenging Social Behaviors," a workshop primarily geared toward teaching members of the University community how to deal with challenging behavioral interactions on campus, will be held Thursday, Feb. 27, from 3:30 to 5 p.m. in the  Pogue Cetner Zahorchak Seminar Room.
 
The majority of the workshop will provide hands-on skills training on positive interventions, followed by a Q & A session.   Instructors are Dr. Michael Bucell, Dr. Mary Wolf, Dr. Bob McConnell, Ms. Lisa Laird.

Workshop participants will be able to:
- Define Autism Spectrum Disorders, common characteristics, and their effects on social interactions
- Participate in hands-on skills training for specific behavioral challenges and positive interventions
- Understand the nature of specific behavioral challenges and positive interactions
- Identify resources available to support both employees and our students Please

Light snacks and refreshments will be available.

 RSVP by Monday, February 24, to: jw121463@scots.edinboro.edu.   Please include any questions or situations you have encountered that you would like to have addressed during the workshop.
5:00 PM
UPB Movie Delivery Man
Join UPB for their showing of the movie Delivery Man.
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Laugh/Riot Presents "The Bacchae" by Euripides
The Bacchae is an ancient Greek tragedy by the Athenian playwright Euripides, during his final years in Macedonia, at the court of Archelaus I of Macedon. It premièred posthumously at the Theatre of Dionysus in 405 BC.

The tragedy is based on the mythological story of King Pentheus of Thebes and his mother Agauë, and their punishment by the god Dionysus (who is Pentheus' cousin) for refusing to worship him.

8:30 PM
Edinboro Film Series presents "The House I Live In"
"The House I Live In," a  documentary directed by Eugene Jarecki and written by Jarecki and Christopher St. John, will be presented by the Edinboro Film Series on Thursday, Feb. 27, at 8:30 p.m. in the Frank G. Pogue Student Center Scot Cinema.

Dr. Jim Wertz of the EU faculty and the Greater Erie Film Office will introduce the film.

Films are selected by a student board and series founder John C. Lyons.

Admission: Free for EU students, faculty and staff with I.D. $5 general admission. Film Society of Northwestern Pennsylvania membership cards also accepted.

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