[Theaterfacultystaff] FW: Lunch Bag 3-22-13
wagnerm at ohio.edu
Fri Mar 22 17:29:39 EDT 2013
On 3/22/13 12:21 PM, "Kunkle, Alycia" <ak194712 at ohio.edu> wrote:
>Bermuda Triangle Madness tonight at 11PM in the Hahne. Get your tickets
>in the lobby at 10:15PM. Hosted by Anthony Ellison and Patsie Varkados
>(so you know it¹s going to be awesome). Come on out, show some love,
>and have a great time!
>1.) Reminder about the coat rack situation. On the 3rd floor of Kantner,
>outside of room 306, there is no coat rack. SO, do not use the fire
>extinguisher as a coat rack.
>2.) Maureen empowers EVERYONE to be mindful about fire extinguishers
>being covered and to uncover them when need be, at OU and elsewhere.
>Safety first, friend!
>3.) Maureen received an email from the Registrar¹s office stating that
>many courses are listed as PERMISSION ONLY. Some courses do require
>permission, but not all of them. Hopefully this glitch will be fixed by
>Monday. If you see Œpermission only,¹ email instructor first to make
>sure that permission is indeed needed before closing the door on that
>4.) Registration for FALL. When you register for a variable hour course
>like practicum and you¹re in the registration system, the default is one
>credit hour (probably not what you want). It is super easy to by bass
>that system and only be registered for 1 credit hour. CHOOSE the
>APPROPRIATE COURSE HOURS for that class. Make a choice; don¹t let the
>computer do it on its own.
>FREE AWESOME EVENT ON SUNDAY, March 24th at 3PM
>Anderson & Roe Piano Duo in Mem Aud
>People, this is a big deal. CHECK. IT. OUT.
>Here is their website: http://www.andersonroe.com/
>Bianca Sams will be present her research on Battle Cry. She will be
>presenting in Alden library on Tuesday March 26 from 2-3 in the Friends
>There will be light refreshments (coffee, tea, water, lemonade, cookies).
>FREE EVENT at the ATHENA - Incarceration: Into the Abyss
>Tuesday, March 26th 7PM
>Presented by the Center for Law, Justice, and Culture at Ohio University.
>In his fascinating exploration of a triple homicide case in Conroe,
>Texas, master filmmaker Werner Herzog probes the human psyche to explore
>why people kill‹and why a state kills. In intimate conversations with
>those involved, including 28-year-old death row inmate Michael Perry,
>Herzog achihieves what he describes as ³a gaze into the abyss of the
>human soul.² Herzog¹s inquiries also extend to the families of the
>victims and perpetrators as well as a state executioner and pastor who¹ve
>been with death row prisoners as they¹ve taken their final breaths. As
>he¹s so often done before, Herzog¹s investigation unveils layers of
>humanity, making an enlightening trip out of ominous territory.
>P.S. Wash your hands
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