TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25
MACKIN-MAILANDER FACULTY LECTURE
Assistant professor of art history Bryan Zygmont will speak on the topic "Small Obstacles: Opportunities for Big Growth."
7 p.m., Jansen Musical Hall, FREE
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TUESDAY, MARCH 18
MARY MURPHY, BVM ENDOWED LECTURE IN BIOLOGY
Dr. Anthony Windebank will speak on "Repair and Regeneration of the Nervous System."
7:30 p.m., Jansen Music hall, FREE
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TUESDAY, MARCH 25
MACKIN-MAILANDER FEATURE LECTURE: MARK ZUPAN
After becoming paralyzed in a car accident, he began playing quad rugby in college. In 2008, Mark Zupan led USA's rugby team to a gold medal at the Beijing Paralympics. A talented author, Zupan helps to destroy stereotypes by sharing his story and struggles in his book "Gimp."
7 p.m., Robert and Ruth Kehl Center
$5/General Admission, FREE for Clarke Community
MACKIN-MAILANDER ALUMNI LECTURE
A panel will discuss the 1984 fire at Clarke and its aftermath. Time and date to be determined. Visit www.clarke.edu/artsatclarke for updates.
Jansen Music Hall, FREE
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2
SCHEMMEL ENDOWED LECTURE IN THEOLOGY: MELINDA HENNEBERGER
Melinda Henneberger is a writer for the Washington Post. She was the founder and editor-in-chief of Politics Daily at AOL and spent 10 years as a reporter for the New York Times, in the paper's Washington and Rome bureaus. She has also worked for the Dallas Morning News and New York Newsday, and is an alumna of the University of Notre Dame, the Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium, and the post-graduate volunteer program Holy Cross Associates.
7 p.m., Jansen Music Hall, FREE
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