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Week Of: March 01 - March 07

03/01 12:00 AM

Performers Wanted: Night of Noise 2015 Triangle Alliance is seeking performers for Night of Noise. An night of empowerment that follows Day of Silence, a national event where people are silent to represent the voices lost due to bullying and harassment, particularly in the LGBTQ community. Previous years we have had people perform songs, inspirational speeches, poems, and dance performances. If you have a band you may also perform! Please log onto OrgSync and submit an application if you are interested in performing. The application deadline is March 6th. No performance experience necessary! This could be your big debut!

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03/01 09:00 AM

The Hidden Critters in the Extended Self" art exhibit The Cannon Gallery of Art welcomes artist Young Suk Lee to campus Wednesday, February 18. Please join students, faculty and staff from 4:30 - 6 p.m. for a reception celebrating Young Suk's solo exhibit: The Hidden Critters in the Extended Self: Exploring 'Felt Technology' in Mundane Objects. The exhibit consists of video, digital prints, 3D-printed sculpture, and interactive computational sculptures.

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03/01 12:00 AM

Magna Carta exhibit The Magna Carta: 800 years and still shaping societies was curated by Dr. Elizabeth Swedo's HST414 English History to 1300 and will be in the 2nd floor gallery until March 20th. Student Curators include both history majors and non-history majors Derek Short, Emily Walley, Luis Castro, Michelle Taylor, Gonzalo DeLuna, Jenny Hibbard, Michael Stutzman, Vincent Cuanas, Alex Taylor, Josie Kringelhede, Dezarey Deerwester, Ben Lesh, Tommy McIntosh, Tyler Garries, Holt Sundseth, Allison Carter, and Ariel Warnock.

- 2nd floor

03/01 10:00 AM

Scarf Fundraiser for Kenya Trip WOU's Kenya Service Trip is doing a scarf/headband fundraiser! We arm knit the scarves ourselves, and we make the headbands by finger knitting! All you have to do is preorder one (or more!) at our table or with one of our members, and then pick it up the next time we table! Tabling Dates (so far): - February 19th 10-2pm in the WUC - March 3rd 10-2pm in the WUC - March 17th 10-2pm in the WUC Scarves are $15 and headbands are $5. For scarves, if you don't have the full $15, we ask that you pay a $5 down payment, and then pay the rest of the money when you receive your scarf. For headbands, you can pay the $5 when you order or when you pick up! We have a variety of colors, so come check us out!

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03/01 07:00 PM

Pride and Prejudice Jane Austen's beloved romance Pride and Prejudice will be directed by David Janoviak. Austen's book has been adapted by Joseph Hanreddy and J. R. Sullivan and tells the story of the eligible five Bennet sisters wooing and being wooed and how the socially awkward Mr. Darcy proves to be a more interesting and interested match for Elizabeth Bennet than first presumed. Pride and Prejudice will be presented 26, 27, 28 February and 4, 5, 6 and 7 at 7:30 p.m. and 1 March at 2:00 p.m.

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03/02 12:00 AM

Performers Wanted: Night of Noise 2015 Triangle Alliance is seeking performers for Night of Noise. An night of empowerment that follows Day of Silence, a national event where people are silent to represent the voices lost due to bullying and harassment, particularly in the LGBTQ community. Previous years we have had people perform songs, inspirational speeches, poems, and dance performances. If you have a band you may also perform! Please log onto OrgSync and submit an application if you are interested in performing. The application deadline is March 6th. No performance experience necessary! This could be your big debut!

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03/02 09:00 AM

The Hidden Critters in the Extended Self" art exhibit The Cannon Gallery of Art welcomes artist Young Suk Lee to campus Wednesday, February 18. Please join students, faculty and staff from 4:30 - 6 p.m. for a reception celebrating Young Suk's solo exhibit: The Hidden Critters in the Extended Self: Exploring 'Felt Technology' in Mundane Objects. The exhibit consists of video, digital prints, 3D-printed sculpture, and interactive computational sculptures.

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03/02 12:00 AM

Magna Carta exhibit The Magna Carta: 800 years and still shaping societies was curated by Dr. Elizabeth Swedo's HST414 English History to 1300 and will be in the 2nd floor gallery until March 20th. Student Curators include both history majors and non-history majors Derek Short, Emily Walley, Luis Castro, Michelle Taylor, Gonzalo DeLuna, Jenny Hibbard, Michael Stutzman, Vincent Cuanas, Alex Taylor, Josie Kringelhede, Dezarey Deerwester, Ben Lesh, Tommy McIntosh, Tyler Garries, Holt Sundseth, Allison Carter, and Ariel Warnock.

- 2nd floor

03/02 10:00 AM

Scarf Fundraiser for Kenya Trip WOU's Kenya Service Trip is doing a scarf/headband fundraiser! We arm knit the scarves ourselves, and we make the headbands by finger knitting! All you have to do is preorder one (or more!) at our table or with one of our members, and then pick it up the next time we table! Tabling Dates (so far): - February 19th 10-2pm in the WUC - March 3rd 10-2pm in the WUC - March 17th 10-2pm in the WUC Scarves are $15 and headbands are $5. For scarves, if you don't have the full $15, we ask that you pay a $5 down payment, and then pay the rest of the money when you receive your scarf. For headbands, you can pay the $5 when you order or when you pick up! We have a variety of colors, so come check us out!

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03/03 12:00 AM

Performers Wanted: Night of Noise 2015 Triangle Alliance is seeking performers for Night of Noise. An night of empowerment that follows Day of Silence, a national event where people are silent to represent the voices lost due to bullying and harassment, particularly in the LGBTQ community. Previous years we have had people perform songs, inspirational speeches, poems, and dance performances. If you have a band you may also perform! Please log onto OrgSync and submit an application if you are interested in performing. The application deadline is March 6th. No performance experience necessary! This could be your big debut!

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03/03 09:00 AM

The Hidden Critters in the Extended Self" art exhibit The Cannon Gallery of Art welcomes artist Young Suk Lee to campus Wednesday, February 18. Please join students, faculty and staff from 4:30 - 6 p.m. for a reception celebrating Young Suk's solo exhibit: The Hidden Critters in the Extended Self: Exploring 'Felt Technology' in Mundane Objects. The exhibit consists of video, digital prints, 3D-printed sculpture, and interactive computational sculptures.

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03/03 12:00 AM

Magna Carta exhibit The Magna Carta: 800 years and still shaping societies was curated by Dr. Elizabeth Swedo's HST414 English History to 1300 and will be in the 2nd floor gallery until March 20th. Student Curators include both history majors and non-history majors Derek Short, Emily Walley, Luis Castro, Michelle Taylor, Gonzalo DeLuna, Jenny Hibbard, Michael Stutzman, Vincent Cuanas, Alex Taylor, Josie Kringelhede, Dezarey Deerwester, Ben Lesh, Tommy McIntosh, Tyler Garries, Holt Sundseth, Allison Carter, and Ariel Warnock.

- 2nd floor

03/03 10:00 AM

Scarf Fundraiser for Kenya Trip WOU's Kenya Service Trip is doing a scarf/headband fundraiser! We arm knit the scarves ourselves, and we make the headbands by finger knitting! All you have to do is preorder one (or more!) at our table or with one of our members, and then pick it up the next time we table! Tabling Dates (so far): - February 19th 10-2pm in the WUC - March 3rd 10-2pm in the WUC - March 17th 10-2pm in the WUC Scarves are $15 and headbands are $5. For scarves, if you don't have the full $15, we ask that you pay a $5 down payment, and then pay the rest of the money when you receive your scarf. For headbands, you can pay the $5 when you order or when you pick up! We have a variety of colors, so come check us out!

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03/03 07:00 PM

SAB Open Mic Night Come to the Willamette Room on March 3rd for Open Mic Night. This is your chance to perform music, spoken word, dancing and even comedy! So if you are interested in performing contact the Student Activities Board! Also contact us if you have any questions!

- Willamette Room

03/03 07:30 PM

Art Songs from the English Countryside Music on the poems of A. E. Housman Scott Wyatt, tenor; Kevin Helppie, baritone; Diane Baxter, piano

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03/04 12:00 AM

Performers Wanted: Night of Noise 2015 Triangle Alliance is seeking performers for Night of Noise. An night of empowerment that follows Day of Silence, a national event where people are silent to represent the voices lost due to bullying and harassment, particularly in the LGBTQ community. Previous years we have had people perform songs, inspirational speeches, poems, and dance performances. If you have a band you may also perform! Please log onto OrgSync and submit an application if you are interested in performing. The application deadline is March 6th. No performance experience necessary! This could be your big debut!

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03/04 09:00 AM

The Hidden Critters in the Extended Self" art exhibit The Cannon Gallery of Art welcomes artist Young Suk Lee to campus Wednesday, February 18. Please join students, faculty and staff from 4:30 - 6 p.m. for a reception celebrating Young Suk's solo exhibit: The Hidden Critters in the Extended Self: Exploring 'Felt Technology' in Mundane Objects. The exhibit consists of video, digital prints, 3D-printed sculpture, and interactive computational sculptures.

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03/04 12:00 AM

Magna Carta exhibit The Magna Carta: 800 years and still shaping societies was curated by Dr. Elizabeth Swedo's HST414 English History to 1300 and will be in the 2nd floor gallery until March 20th. Student Curators include both history majors and non-history majors Derek Short, Emily Walley, Luis Castro, Michelle Taylor, Gonzalo DeLuna, Jenny Hibbard, Michael Stutzman, Vincent Cuanas, Alex Taylor, Josie Kringelhede, Dezarey Deerwester, Ben Lesh, Tommy McIntosh, Tyler Garries, Holt Sundseth, Allison Carter, and Ariel Warnock.

- 2nd floor

03/04 10:00 AM

Scarf Fundraiser for Kenya Trip WOU's Kenya Service Trip is doing a scarf/headband fundraiser! We arm knit the scarves ourselves, and we make the headbands by finger knitting! All you have to do is preorder one (or more!) at our table or with one of our members, and then pick it up the next time we table! Tabling Dates (so far): - February 19th 10-2pm in the WUC - March 3rd 10-2pm in the WUC - March 17th 10-2pm in the WUC Scarves are $15 and headbands are $5. For scarves, if you don't have the full $15, we ask that you pay a $5 down payment, and then pay the rest of the money when you receive your scarf. For headbands, you can pay the $5 when you order or when you pick up! We have a variety of colors, so come check us out!

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03/04 12:00 AM

Women of Culture Celebration Women of Culture Celebration aims to honor and acknowledge the diversity within women in different communities. The purpose of this event is to bring awareness to our campus by providing workshops, keynote speakers and a variety of interactive activities involving different issues and aspects that affect women. This event is inclusive to both men and women in the pursuit of educating our campus on the importance of women's rights within different traditions.

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03/04 10:30 AM

Criminal Justice Careers Day If you are interested in a future in the criminal justice field, Criminal Justice Careers Day is the perfect time to explore educational and employment opportunities. High school and college students are welcome to attend this one-day event. Explore the fields of law enforcement, corrections, parole and probation, community crime prevention and other criminal justice professions during the Career Opportunities Panel. Meet with representatives from law enforcement, correctional institutions, detention and jail facilities, juvenile and adult probation and parole programs and various special service fields at the career fair. Faculty representatives from the WOU Criminal Justice Department and the Admissions Office will also be available to answer questions. Obtain information about college degree programs, academy training and employment opportunities. Eat lunch at Valsetz Dining Hall and tour campus with a WOU student. Students and their guests are required to register online for the program. School groups or classes who wish to register for the program are required to complete a Group Registration Form. Please contact June McMillan at mcmillanj@wou.edu or 503-838-8197 no later than Monday, February 23 to request a Group Registration Form. Forms must be returned to June McMillan by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, February 27.

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03/04 11:00 AM

Criminal Justice & Government Services Career Fair Want to know more about how the Criminal Justice system works? What experiences do you need to get hired? How long does the process take? Employers from all around the state are here for one day only to help you understand how to become a member of the Criminal Justice field.Login to your Wolflink account to see who is attending the fair, and what positions they are advertising for. Attend the Criminal Justice Career Fair to learn more about working in the Criminal Justice Field or what a career in Government Services might look like.

- Upstairs

03/04 11:00 AM

Human Rights Awareness Day WOU Anthropology Club and students of the ANTH432 Human Rights course invite students, staff, faculty, and community members to participate in an on-campus educational event designed to increase awareness about contemporary local and global human rights issues. The event will consist of educational table displays developed by participants on a topic of their choosing. We encourage participants to be available at their displays during the event in order to answer questions and engage the university and greater community in important dialogue about the various human rights topics addressed. Refreshments, music, and documentary films will also form part of this important event.

- Columbia

03/04 05:30 PM

Civil Rights Film Series: Incident at Oglala Incident at Oglala is about the Leonard Peltier story of injustice on the Pine Ridge Reservation.Bring your popcorn! Film series is open to everyone whether you take the series for academic credit or not. Discussion will follow each film.

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03/04 07:30 PM

Chamber Ensembles Concert WOU Saxes and Brasses

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03/05 12:00 AM

Performers Wanted: Night of Noise 2015 Triangle Alliance is seeking performers for Night of Noise. An night of empowerment that follows Day of Silence, a national event where people are silent to represent the voices lost due to bullying and harassment, particularly in the LGBTQ community. Previous years we have had people perform songs, inspirational speeches, poems, and dance performances. If you have a band you may also perform! Please log onto OrgSync and submit an application if you are interested in performing. The application deadline is March 6th. No performance experience necessary! This could be your big debut!

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03/05 09:00 AM

The Hidden Critters in the Extended Self" art exhibit The Cannon Gallery of Art welcomes artist Young Suk Lee to campus Wednesday, February 18. Please join students, faculty and staff from 4:30 - 6 p.m. for a reception celebrating Young Suk's solo exhibit: The Hidden Critters in the Extended Self: Exploring 'Felt Technology' in Mundane Objects. The exhibit consists of video, digital prints, 3D-printed sculpture, and interactive computational sculptures.

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03/05 12:00 AM

Magna Carta exhibit The Magna Carta: 800 years and still shaping societies was curated by Dr. Elizabeth Swedo's HST414 English History to 1300 and will be in the 2nd floor gallery until March 20th. Student Curators include both history majors and non-history majors Derek Short, Emily Walley, Luis Castro, Michelle Taylor, Gonzalo DeLuna, Jenny Hibbard, Michael Stutzman, Vincent Cuanas, Alex Taylor, Josie Kringelhede, Dezarey Deerwester, Ben Lesh, Tommy McIntosh, Tyler Garries, Holt Sundseth, Allison Carter, and Ariel Warnock.

- 2nd floor

03/05 10:00 AM

Scarf Fundraiser for Kenya Trip WOU's Kenya Service Trip is doing a scarf/headband fundraiser! We arm knit the scarves ourselves, and we make the headbands by finger knitting! All you have to do is preorder one (or more!) at our table or with one of our members, and then pick it up the next time we table! Tabling Dates (so far): - February 19th 10-2pm in the WUC - March 3rd 10-2pm in the WUC - March 17th 10-2pm in the WUC Scarves are $15 and headbands are $5. For scarves, if you don't have the full $15, we ask that you pay a $5 down payment, and then pay the rest of the money when you receive your scarf. For headbands, you can pay the $5 when you order or when you pick up! We have a variety of colors, so come check us out!

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03/05 12:00 AM

Women of Culture Celebration Women of Culture Celebration aims to honor and acknowledge the diversity within women in different communities. The purpose of this event is to bring awareness to our campus by providing workshops, keynote speakers and a variety of interactive activities involving different issues and aspects that affect women. This event is inclusive to both men and women in the pursuit of educating our campus on the importance of women's rights within different traditions.

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03/05 07:30 PM

Western Hemisphere Combo and Guitar Ensemble "Twisted Top 40"

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03/06 12:00 AM

Performers Wanted: Night of Noise 2015 Triangle Alliance is seeking performers for Night of Noise. An night of empowerment that follows Day of Silence, a national event where people are silent to represent the voices lost due to bullying and harassment, particularly in the LGBTQ community. Previous years we have had people perform songs, inspirational speeches, poems, and dance performances. If you have a band you may also perform! Please log onto OrgSync and submit an application if you are interested in performing. The application deadline is March 6th. No performance experience necessary! This could be your big debut!

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03/06 09:00 AM

The Hidden Critters in the Extended Self" art exhibit The Cannon Gallery of Art welcomes artist Young Suk Lee to campus Wednesday, February 18. Please join students, faculty and staff from 4:30 - 6 p.m. for a reception celebrating Young Suk's solo exhibit: The Hidden Critters in the Extended Self: Exploring 'Felt Technology' in Mundane Objects. The exhibit consists of video, digital prints, 3D-printed sculpture, and interactive computational sculptures.

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03/06 12:00 AM

Magna Carta exhibit The Magna Carta: 800 years and still shaping societies was curated by Dr. Elizabeth Swedo's HST414 English History to 1300 and will be in the 2nd floor gallery until March 20th. Student Curators include both history majors and non-history majors Derek Short, Emily Walley, Luis Castro, Michelle Taylor, Gonzalo DeLuna, Jenny Hibbard, Michael Stutzman, Vincent Cuanas, Alex Taylor, Josie Kringelhede, Dezarey Deerwester, Ben Lesh, Tommy McIntosh, Tyler Garries, Holt Sundseth, Allison Carter, and Ariel Warnock.

- 2nd floor

03/06 10:00 AM

Scarf Fundraiser for Kenya Trip WOU's Kenya Service Trip is doing a scarf/headband fundraiser! We arm knit the scarves ourselves, and we make the headbands by finger knitting! All you have to do is preorder one (or more!) at our table or with one of our members, and then pick it up the next time we table! Tabling Dates (so far): - February 19th 10-2pm in the WUC - March 3rd 10-2pm in the WUC - March 17th 10-2pm in the WUC Scarves are $15 and headbands are $5. For scarves, if you don't have the full $15, we ask that you pay a $5 down payment, and then pay the rest of the money when you receive your scarf. For headbands, you can pay the $5 when you order or when you pick up! We have a variety of colors, so come check us out!

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03/06 12:00 AM

Women of Culture Celebration Women of Culture Celebration aims to honor and acknowledge the diversity within women in different communities. The purpose of this event is to bring awareness to our campus by providing workshops, keynote speakers and a variety of interactive activities involving different issues and aspects that affect women. This event is inclusive to both men and women in the pursuit of educating our campus on the importance of women's rights within different traditions.

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03/06 07:30 PM

WOU Early Music Ensemble "The Image of Melancholy" Music of Elizabethan England

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03/07 09:00 AM

The Hidden Critters in the Extended Self" art exhibit The Cannon Gallery of Art welcomes artist Young Suk Lee to campus Wednesday, February 18. Please join students, faculty and staff from 4:30 - 6 p.m. for a reception celebrating Young Suk's solo exhibit: The Hidden Critters in the Extended Self: Exploring 'Felt Technology' in Mundane Objects. The exhibit consists of video, digital prints, 3D-printed sculpture, and interactive computational sculptures.

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03/07 12:00 AM

Magna Carta exhibit The Magna Carta: 800 years and still shaping societies was curated by Dr. Elizabeth Swedo's HST414 English History to 1300 and will be in the 2nd floor gallery until March 20th. Student Curators include both history majors and non-history majors Derek Short, Emily Walley, Luis Castro, Michelle Taylor, Gonzalo DeLuna, Jenny Hibbard, Michael Stutzman, Vincent Cuanas, Alex Taylor, Josie Kringelhede, Dezarey Deerwester, Ben Lesh, Tommy McIntosh, Tyler Garries, Holt Sundseth, Allison Carter, and Ariel Warnock.

- 2nd floor

03/07 10:00 AM

Scarf Fundraiser for Kenya Trip WOU's Kenya Service Trip is doing a scarf/headband fundraiser! We arm knit the scarves ourselves, and we make the headbands by finger knitting! All you have to do is preorder one (or more!) at our table or with one of our members, and then pick it up the next time we table! Tabling Dates (so far): - February 19th 10-2pm in the WUC - March 3rd 10-2pm in the WUC - March 17th 10-2pm in the WUC Scarves are $15 and headbands are $5. For scarves, if you don't have the full $15, we ask that you pay a $5 down payment, and then pay the rest of the money when you receive your scarf. For headbands, you can pay the $5 when you order or when you pick up! We have a variety of colors, so come check us out!

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03/07 12:00 AM

Women of Culture Celebration Women of Culture Celebration aims to honor and acknowledge the diversity within women in different communities. The purpose of this event is to bring awareness to our campus by providing workshops, keynote speakers and a variety of interactive activities involving different issues and aspects that affect women. This event is inclusive to both men and women in the pursuit of educating our campus on the importance of women's rights within different traditions.

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Date: Thursday , February 12 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.
Location: ,
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Triangle Alliance is seeking performers for Night of Noise. An night of empowerment that follows Day of Silence, a national event where people are silent to represent the voices lost due to bullying and harassment, particularly in the LGBTQ community. Previous years we have had people perform songs, inspirational speeches, poems, and dance performances. If you have a band you may also perform! Please log onto OrgSync and submit an application if you are interested in performing. The application deadline is March 6th. No performance experience necessary! This could be your big debut!
Sponsoring Group: Triangle Alliance
Contact Info: 503-838-8261
Event Website: https://orgsync.com/100542/forms/133961

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Date: Wednesday, February 18 (Multi-day event)
Time: 09:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: ,
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: The Cannon Gallery of Art welcomes artist Young Suk Lee to campus Wednesday, February 18. Please join students, faculty and staff from 4:30 - 6 p.m. for a reception celebrating Young Suk's solo exhibit: The Hidden Critters in the Extended Self: Exploring 'Felt Technology' in Mundane Objects. The exhibit consists of video, digital prints, 3D-printed sculpture, and interactive computational sculptures.
Sponsoring Group: Cannon Gallery of Art
Contact Info: 503-838-8607
Event Website: https://www.wou.edu/las/creativearts/art/gallery/

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Date: Thursday , February 19 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.
Location: , 2nd floor
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: The Magna Carta: 800 years and still shaping societies was curated by Dr. Elizabeth Swedo's HST414 English History to 1300 and will be in the 2nd floor gallery until March 20th. Student Curators include both history majors and non-history majors Derek Short, Emily Walley, Luis Castro, Michelle Taylor, Gonzalo DeLuna, Jenny Hibbard, Michael Stutzman, Vincent Cuanas, Alex Taylor, Josie Kringelhede, Dezarey Deerwester, Ben Lesh, Tommy McIntosh, Tyler Garries, Holt Sundseth, Allison Carter, and Ariel Warnock.
Sponsoring Group: Archives & Exhibits
Contact Info: 503-838-8419
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Date: Thursday , February 19 (Multi-day event)
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: ,
Cost: Varies
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Description: WOU's Kenya Service Trip is doing a scarf/headband fundraiser! We arm knit the scarves ourselves, and we make the headbands by finger knitting! All you have to do is preorder one (or more!) at our table or with one of our members, and then pick it up the next time we table! Tabling Dates (so far): - February 19th 10-2pm in the WUC - March 3rd 10-2pm in the WUC - March 17th 10-2pm in the WUC Scarves are $15 and headbands are $5. For scarves, if you don't have the full $15, we ask that you pay a $5 down payment, and then pay the rest of the money when you receive your scarf. For headbands, you can pay the $5 when you order or when you pick up! We have a variety of colors, so come check us out!
Sponsoring Group: WOU Kenya Service Trip
Contact Info: 503-838-8432
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Date: Thursday , February 26 (Multi-day event)
Time: 07:00 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.
Location: ,
Cost: General Admission $12, Students $7, Seniors $10
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Description: Jane Austen's beloved romance Pride and Prejudice will be directed by David Janoviak. Austen's book has been adapted by Joseph Hanreddy and J. R. Sullivan and tells the story of the eligible five Bennet sisters wooing and being wooed and how the socially awkward Mr. Darcy proves to be a more interesting and interested match for Elizabeth Bennet than first presumed. Pride and Prejudice will be presented 26, 27, 28 February and 4, 5, 6 and 7 at 7:30 p.m. and 1 March at 2:00 p.m.
Sponsoring Group: Department of Theatre and Dance
Contact Info: 503 838-8462
Event Website: http://www.wou.edu/las/creativearts/theater_dance/season.php

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Date: Thursday , February 12 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.
Location: ,
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Triangle Alliance is seeking performers for Night of Noise. An night of empowerment that follows Day of Silence, a national event where people are silent to represent the voices lost due to bullying and harassment, particularly in the LGBTQ community. Previous years we have had people perform songs, inspirational speeches, poems, and dance performances. If you have a band you may also perform! Please log onto OrgSync and submit an application if you are interested in performing. The application deadline is March 6th. No performance experience necessary! This could be your big debut!
Sponsoring Group: Triangle Alliance
Contact Info: 503-838-8261
Event Website: https://orgsync.com/100542/forms/133961

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Date: Wednesday, February 18 (Multi-day event)
Time: 09:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: ,
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: The Cannon Gallery of Art welcomes artist Young Suk Lee to campus Wednesday, February 18. Please join students, faculty and staff from 4:30 - 6 p.m. for a reception celebrating Young Suk's solo exhibit: The Hidden Critters in the Extended Self: Exploring 'Felt Technology' in Mundane Objects. The exhibit consists of video, digital prints, 3D-printed sculpture, and interactive computational sculptures.
Sponsoring Group: Cannon Gallery of Art
Contact Info: 503-838-8607
Event Website: https://www.wou.edu/las/creativearts/art/gallery/

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Date: Thursday , February 19 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.
Location: , 2nd floor
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: The Magna Carta: 800 years and still shaping societies was curated by Dr. Elizabeth Swedo's HST414 English History to 1300 and will be in the 2nd floor gallery until March 20th. Student Curators include both history majors and non-history majors Derek Short, Emily Walley, Luis Castro, Michelle Taylor, Gonzalo DeLuna, Jenny Hibbard, Michael Stutzman, Vincent Cuanas, Alex Taylor, Josie Kringelhede, Dezarey Deerwester, Ben Lesh, Tommy McIntosh, Tyler Garries, Holt Sundseth, Allison Carter, and Ariel Warnock.
Sponsoring Group: Archives & Exhibits
Contact Info: 503-838-8419
Event Website:

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Date: Thursday , February 19 (Multi-day event)
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: ,
Cost: Varies
Audience:
Description: WOU's Kenya Service Trip is doing a scarf/headband fundraiser! We arm knit the scarves ourselves, and we make the headbands by finger knitting! All you have to do is preorder one (or more!) at our table or with one of our members, and then pick it up the next time we table! Tabling Dates (so far): - February 19th 10-2pm in the WUC - March 3rd 10-2pm in the WUC - March 17th 10-2pm in the WUC Scarves are $15 and headbands are $5. For scarves, if you don't have the full $15, we ask that you pay a $5 down payment, and then pay the rest of the money when you receive your scarf. For headbands, you can pay the $5 when you order or when you pick up! We have a variety of colors, so come check us out!
Sponsoring Group: WOU Kenya Service Trip
Contact Info: 503-838-8432
Event Website:

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Date: Thursday , February 12 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.
Location: ,
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Triangle Alliance is seeking performers for Night of Noise. An night of empowerment that follows Day of Silence, a national event where people are silent to represent the voices lost due to bullying and harassment, particularly in the LGBTQ community. Previous years we have had people perform songs, inspirational speeches, poems, and dance performances. If you have a band you may also perform! Please log onto OrgSync and submit an application if you are interested in performing. The application deadline is March 6th. No performance experience necessary! This could be your big debut!
Sponsoring Group: Triangle Alliance
Contact Info: 503-838-8261
Event Website: https://orgsync.com/100542/forms/133961

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Date: Wednesday, February 18 (Multi-day event)
Time: 09:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: ,
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: The Cannon Gallery of Art welcomes artist Young Suk Lee to campus Wednesday, February 18. Please join students, faculty and staff from 4:30 - 6 p.m. for a reception celebrating Young Suk's solo exhibit: The Hidden Critters in the Extended Self: Exploring 'Felt Technology' in Mundane Objects. The exhibit consists of video, digital prints, 3D-printed sculpture, and interactive computational sculptures.
Sponsoring Group: Cannon Gallery of Art
Contact Info: 503-838-8607
Event Website: https://www.wou.edu/las/creativearts/art/gallery/

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Date: Thursday , February 19 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.
Location: , 2nd floor
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: The Magna Carta: 800 years and still shaping societies was curated by Dr. Elizabeth Swedo's HST414 English History to 1300 and will be in the 2nd floor gallery until March 20th. Student Curators include both history majors and non-history majors Derek Short, Emily Walley, Luis Castro, Michelle Taylor, Gonzalo DeLuna, Jenny Hibbard, Michael Stutzman, Vincent Cuanas, Alex Taylor, Josie Kringelhede, Dezarey Deerwester, Ben Lesh, Tommy McIntosh, Tyler Garries, Holt Sundseth, Allison Carter, and Ariel Warnock.
Sponsoring Group: Archives & Exhibits
Contact Info: 503-838-8419
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Date: Thursday , February 19 (Multi-day event)
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: ,
Cost: Varies
Audience:
Description: WOU's Kenya Service Trip is doing a scarf/headband fundraiser! We arm knit the scarves ourselves, and we make the headbands by finger knitting! All you have to do is preorder one (or more!) at our table or with one of our members, and then pick it up the next time we table! Tabling Dates (so far): - February 19th 10-2pm in the WUC - March 3rd 10-2pm in the WUC - March 17th 10-2pm in the WUC Scarves are $15 and headbands are $5. For scarves, if you don't have the full $15, we ask that you pay a $5 down payment, and then pay the rest of the money when you receive your scarf. For headbands, you can pay the $5 when you order or when you pick up! We have a variety of colors, so come check us out!
Sponsoring Group: WOU Kenya Service Trip
Contact Info: 503-838-8432
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Date: Tuesday , March 03
Time: 07:00 p.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Location: , Willamette Room
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Come to the Willamette Room on March 3rd for Open Mic Night. This is your chance to perform music, spoken word, dancing and even comedy! So if you are interested in performing contact the Student Activities Board! Also contact us if you have any questions!
Sponsoring Group: Student Activities Board
Contact Info: 5038388558
Event Website: http://www.wou.edu/events/open_mic_march.pdf

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Date: Tuesday , March 03
Time: 07:30 p.m. - 09:00 p.m.
Location: , 121
Cost: $8 general/$5 students & seniors/WOU students free w/ID
Audience:
Description: Music on the poems of A. E. Housman Scott Wyatt, tenor; Kevin Helppie, baritone; Diane Baxter, piano
Sponsoring Group: Music Department
Contact Info: 503.838.8275
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Date: Thursday , February 12 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.
Location: ,
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Triangle Alliance is seeking performers for Night of Noise. An night of empowerment that follows Day of Silence, a national event where people are silent to represent the voices lost due to bullying and harassment, particularly in the LGBTQ community. Previous years we have had people perform songs, inspirational speeches, poems, and dance performances. If you have a band you may also perform! Please log onto OrgSync and submit an application if you are interested in performing. The application deadline is March 6th. No performance experience necessary! This could be your big debut!
Sponsoring Group: Triangle Alliance
Contact Info: 503-838-8261
Event Website: https://orgsync.com/100542/forms/133961

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Date: Wednesday, February 18 (Multi-day event)
Time: 09:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: ,
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: The Cannon Gallery of Art welcomes artist Young Suk Lee to campus Wednesday, February 18. Please join students, faculty and staff from 4:30 - 6 p.m. for a reception celebrating Young Suk's solo exhibit: The Hidden Critters in the Extended Self: Exploring 'Felt Technology' in Mundane Objects. The exhibit consists of video, digital prints, 3D-printed sculpture, and interactive computational sculptures.
Sponsoring Group: Cannon Gallery of Art
Contact Info: 503-838-8607
Event Website: https://www.wou.edu/las/creativearts/art/gallery/

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Date: Thursday , February 19 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.
Location: , 2nd floor
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: The Magna Carta: 800 years and still shaping societies was curated by Dr. Elizabeth Swedo's HST414 English History to 1300 and will be in the 2nd floor gallery until March 20th. Student Curators include both history majors and non-history majors Derek Short, Emily Walley, Luis Castro, Michelle Taylor, Gonzalo DeLuna, Jenny Hibbard, Michael Stutzman, Vincent Cuanas, Alex Taylor, Josie Kringelhede, Dezarey Deerwester, Ben Lesh, Tommy McIntosh, Tyler Garries, Holt Sundseth, Allison Carter, and Ariel Warnock.
Sponsoring Group: Archives & Exhibits
Contact Info: 503-838-8419
Event Website:

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Date: Thursday , February 19 (Multi-day event)
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: ,
Cost: Varies
Audience:
Description: WOU's Kenya Service Trip is doing a scarf/headband fundraiser! We arm knit the scarves ourselves, and we make the headbands by finger knitting! All you have to do is preorder one (or more!) at our table or with one of our members, and then pick it up the next time we table! Tabling Dates (so far): - February 19th 10-2pm in the WUC - March 3rd 10-2pm in the WUC - March 17th 10-2pm in the WUC Scarves are $15 and headbands are $5. For scarves, if you don't have the full $15, we ask that you pay a $5 down payment, and then pay the rest of the money when you receive your scarf. For headbands, you can pay the $5 when you order or when you pick up! We have a variety of colors, so come check us out!
Sponsoring Group: WOU Kenya Service Trip
Contact Info: 503-838-8432
Event Website:

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Date: Wednesday, March 04 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.
Location: ,
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Women of Culture Celebration aims to honor and acknowledge the diversity within women in different communities. The purpose of this event is to bring awareness to our campus by providing workshops, keynote speakers and a variety of interactive activities involving different issues and aspects that affect women. This event is inclusive to both men and women in the pursuit of educating our campus on the importance of women's rights within different traditions.
Sponsoring Group: MSU
Contact Info: 503-838-8403
Event Website: wou.edu/msu

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Date: Wednesday, March 04
Time: 10:30 a.m. - 02:15 p.m.
Location: ,
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: If you are interested in a future in the criminal justice field, Criminal Justice Careers Day is the perfect time to explore educational and employment opportunities. High school and college students are welcome to attend this one-day event. Explore the fields of law enforcement, corrections, parole and probation, community crime prevention and other criminal justice professions during the Career Opportunities Panel. Meet with representatives from law enforcement, correctional institutions, detention and jail facilities, juvenile and adult probation and parole programs and various special service fields at the career fair. Faculty representatives from the WOU Criminal Justice Department and the Admissions Office will also be available to answer questions. Obtain information about college degree programs, academy training and employment opportunities. Eat lunch at Valsetz Dining Hall and tour campus with a WOU student. Students and their guests are required to register online for the program. School groups or classes who wish to register for the program are required to complete a Group Registration Form. Please contact June McMillan at mcmillanj@wou.edu or 503-838-8197 no later than Monday, February 23 to request a Group Registration Form. Forms must be returned to June McMillan by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, February 27.
Sponsoring Group: Admissions, Criminal Justice Department and Service Learning/Career Development
Contact Info: 503-838-8211
Event Website: http://www.wou.edu/student/admissions/criminal_justice_day/

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Date: Wednesday, March 04
Time: 11:00 a.m. - 02:00 p.m.
Location: , Upstairs
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Want to know more about how the Criminal Justice system works? What experiences do you need to get hired? How long does the process take? Employers from all around the state are here for one day only to help you understand how to become a member of the Criminal Justice field.Login to your Wolflink account to see who is attending the fair, and what positions they are advertising for. Attend the Criminal Justice Career Fair to learn more about working in the Criminal Justice Field or what a career in Government Services might look like.
Sponsoring Group: SLCD
Contact Info: 503-838-8432
Event Website: http://www.wou.edu/student/career/cjfair.php

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Date: Wednesday, March 04
Time: 11:00 a.m. - 02:00 p.m.
Location: , Columbia
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: WOU Anthropology Club and students of the ANTH432 Human Rights course invite students, staff, faculty, and community members to participate in an on-campus educational event designed to increase awareness about contemporary local and global human rights issues. The event will consist of educational table displays developed by participants on a topic of their choosing. We encourage participants to be available at their displays during the event in order to answer questions and engage the university and greater community in important dialogue about the various human rights topics addressed. Refreshments, music, and documentary films will also form part of this important event.
Sponsoring Group: Anthropology Club
Contact Info: 503-838-8073
Event Website: https://orgsync.com/89153/news_posts/98324

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Date: Wednesday, March 04
Time: 05:30 p.m. - 07:30 p.m.
Location: , 203
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Incident at Oglala is about the Leonard Peltier story of injustice on the Pine Ridge Reservation.Bring your popcorn! Film series is open to everyone whether you take the series for academic credit or not. Discussion will follow each film.
Sponsoring Group: Sociology Dept.
Contact Info: 503-838-8288
Event Website:

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Date: Wednesday, March 04
Time: 07:30 p.m. - 09:00 p.m.
Location: , 121
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: WOU Saxes and Brasses
Sponsoring Group: Music Department
Contact Info: 503.838.8275
Event Website:

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Date: Thursday , February 12 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.
Location: ,
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Triangle Alliance is seeking performers for Night of Noise. An night of empowerment that follows Day of Silence, a national event where people are silent to represent the voices lost due to bullying and harassment, particularly in the LGBTQ community. Previous years we have had people perform songs, inspirational speeches, poems, and dance performances. If you have a band you may also perform! Please log onto OrgSync and submit an application if you are interested in performing. The application deadline is March 6th. No performance experience necessary! This could be your big debut!
Sponsoring Group: Triangle Alliance
Contact Info: 503-838-8261
Event Website: https://orgsync.com/100542/forms/133961

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Date: Wednesday, February 18 (Multi-day event)
Time: 09:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: ,
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: The Cannon Gallery of Art welcomes artist Young Suk Lee to campus Wednesday, February 18. Please join students, faculty and staff from 4:30 - 6 p.m. for a reception celebrating Young Suk's solo exhibit: The Hidden Critters in the Extended Self: Exploring 'Felt Technology' in Mundane Objects. The exhibit consists of video, digital prints, 3D-printed sculpture, and interactive computational sculptures.
Sponsoring Group: Cannon Gallery of Art
Contact Info: 503-838-8607
Event Website: https://www.wou.edu/las/creativearts/art/gallery/

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Date: Thursday , February 19 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.
Location: , 2nd floor
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: The Magna Carta: 800 years and still shaping societies was curated by Dr. Elizabeth Swedo's HST414 English History to 1300 and will be in the 2nd floor gallery until March 20th. Student Curators include both history majors and non-history majors Derek Short, Emily Walley, Luis Castro, Michelle Taylor, Gonzalo DeLuna, Jenny Hibbard, Michael Stutzman, Vincent Cuanas, Alex Taylor, Josie Kringelhede, Dezarey Deerwester, Ben Lesh, Tommy McIntosh, Tyler Garries, Holt Sundseth, Allison Carter, and Ariel Warnock.
Sponsoring Group: Archives & Exhibits
Contact Info: 503-838-8419
Event Website:

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Date: Thursday , February 19 (Multi-day event)
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: ,
Cost: Varies
Audience:
Description: WOU's Kenya Service Trip is doing a scarf/headband fundraiser! We arm knit the scarves ourselves, and we make the headbands by finger knitting! All you have to do is preorder one (or more!) at our table or with one of our members, and then pick it up the next time we table! Tabling Dates (so far): - February 19th 10-2pm in the WUC - March 3rd 10-2pm in the WUC - March 17th 10-2pm in the WUC Scarves are $15 and headbands are $5. For scarves, if you don't have the full $15, we ask that you pay a $5 down payment, and then pay the rest of the money when you receive your scarf. For headbands, you can pay the $5 when you order or when you pick up! We have a variety of colors, so come check us out!
Sponsoring Group: WOU Kenya Service Trip
Contact Info: 503-838-8432
Event Website:

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Date: Wednesday, March 04 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.
Location: ,
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Women of Culture Celebration aims to honor and acknowledge the diversity within women in different communities. The purpose of this event is to bring awareness to our campus by providing workshops, keynote speakers and a variety of interactive activities involving different issues and aspects that affect women. This event is inclusive to both men and women in the pursuit of educating our campus on the importance of women's rights within different traditions.
Sponsoring Group: MSU
Contact Info: 503-838-8403
Event Website: wou.edu/msu

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Date: Thursday , March 05
Time: 07:30 p.m. - 09:00 p.m.
Location: , 121
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: "Twisted Top 40"
Sponsoring Group: Music Department
Contact Info: 503.838.8275
Event Website:

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Date: Thursday , February 12 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.
Location: ,
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Triangle Alliance is seeking performers for Night of Noise. An night of empowerment that follows Day of Silence, a national event where people are silent to represent the voices lost due to bullying and harassment, particularly in the LGBTQ community. Previous years we have had people perform songs, inspirational speeches, poems, and dance performances. If you have a band you may also perform! Please log onto OrgSync and submit an application if you are interested in performing. The application deadline is March 6th. No performance experience necessary! This could be your big debut!
Sponsoring Group: Triangle Alliance
Contact Info: 503-838-8261
Event Website: https://orgsync.com/100542/forms/133961

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Date: Wednesday, February 18 (Multi-day event)
Time: 09:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: ,
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: The Cannon Gallery of Art welcomes artist Young Suk Lee to campus Wednesday, February 18. Please join students, faculty and staff from 4:30 - 6 p.m. for a reception celebrating Young Suk's solo exhibit: The Hidden Critters in the Extended Self: Exploring 'Felt Technology' in Mundane Objects. The exhibit consists of video, digital prints, 3D-printed sculpture, and interactive computational sculptures.
Sponsoring Group: Cannon Gallery of Art
Contact Info: 503-838-8607
Event Website: https://www.wou.edu/las/creativearts/art/gallery/

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Date: Thursday , February 19 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.
Location: , 2nd floor
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: The Magna Carta: 800 years and still shaping societies was curated by Dr. Elizabeth Swedo's HST414 English History to 1300 and will be in the 2nd floor gallery until March 20th. Student Curators include both history majors and non-history majors Derek Short, Emily Walley, Luis Castro, Michelle Taylor, Gonzalo DeLuna, Jenny Hibbard, Michael Stutzman, Vincent Cuanas, Alex Taylor, Josie Kringelhede, Dezarey Deerwester, Ben Lesh, Tommy McIntosh, Tyler Garries, Holt Sundseth, Allison Carter, and Ariel Warnock.
Sponsoring Group: Archives & Exhibits
Contact Info: 503-838-8419
Event Website:

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Date: Thursday , February 19 (Multi-day event)
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: ,
Cost: Varies
Audience:
Description: WOU's Kenya Service Trip is doing a scarf/headband fundraiser! We arm knit the scarves ourselves, and we make the headbands by finger knitting! All you have to do is preorder one (or more!) at our table or with one of our members, and then pick it up the next time we table! Tabling Dates (so far): - February 19th 10-2pm in the WUC - March 3rd 10-2pm in the WUC - March 17th 10-2pm in the WUC Scarves are $15 and headbands are $5. For scarves, if you don't have the full $15, we ask that you pay a $5 down payment, and then pay the rest of the money when you receive your scarf. For headbands, you can pay the $5 when you order or when you pick up! We have a variety of colors, so come check us out!
Sponsoring Group: WOU Kenya Service Trip
Contact Info: 503-838-8432
Event Website:

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Date: Wednesday, March 04 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.
Location: ,
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Women of Culture Celebration aims to honor and acknowledge the diversity within women in different communities. The purpose of this event is to bring awareness to our campus by providing workshops, keynote speakers and a variety of interactive activities involving different issues and aspects that affect women. This event is inclusive to both men and women in the pursuit of educating our campus on the importance of women's rights within different traditions.
Sponsoring Group: MSU
Contact Info: 503-838-8403
Event Website: wou.edu/msu

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Date: Friday , March 06
Time: 07:30 p.m. - 09:00 p.m.
Location: , 121
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: "The Image of Melancholy" Music of Elizabethan England
Sponsoring Group: Music Department
Contact Info: 503.838.8275
Event Website:

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Date: Wednesday, February 18 (Multi-day event)
Time: 09:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: ,
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: The Cannon Gallery of Art welcomes artist Young Suk Lee to campus Wednesday, February 18. Please join students, faculty and staff from 4:30 - 6 p.m. for a reception celebrating Young Suk's solo exhibit: The Hidden Critters in the Extended Self: Exploring 'Felt Technology' in Mundane Objects. The exhibit consists of video, digital prints, 3D-printed sculpture, and interactive computational sculptures.
Sponsoring Group: Cannon Gallery of Art
Contact Info: 503-838-8607
Event Website: https://www.wou.edu/las/creativearts/art/gallery/

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Date: Thursday , February 19 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.
Location: , 2nd floor
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: The Magna Carta: 800 years and still shaping societies was curated by Dr. Elizabeth Swedo's HST414 English History to 1300 and will be in the 2nd floor gallery until March 20th. Student Curators include both history majors and non-history majors Derek Short, Emily Walley, Luis Castro, Michelle Taylor, Gonzalo DeLuna, Jenny Hibbard, Michael Stutzman, Vincent Cuanas, Alex Taylor, Josie Kringelhede, Dezarey Deerwester, Ben Lesh, Tommy McIntosh, Tyler Garries, Holt Sundseth, Allison Carter, and Ariel Warnock.
Sponsoring Group: Archives & Exhibits
Contact Info: 503-838-8419
Event Website:

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Date: Thursday , February 19 (Multi-day event)
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: ,
Cost: Varies
Audience:
Description: WOU's Kenya Service Trip is doing a scarf/headband fundraiser! We arm knit the scarves ourselves, and we make the headbands by finger knitting! All you have to do is preorder one (or more!) at our table or with one of our members, and then pick it up the next time we table! Tabling Dates (so far): - February 19th 10-2pm in the WUC - March 3rd 10-2pm in the WUC - March 17th 10-2pm in the WUC Scarves are $15 and headbands are $5. For scarves, if you don't have the full $15, we ask that you pay a $5 down payment, and then pay the rest of the money when you receive your scarf. For headbands, you can pay the $5 when you order or when you pick up! We have a variety of colors, so come check us out!
Sponsoring Group: WOU Kenya Service Trip
Contact Info: 503-838-8432
Event Website:

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Date: Wednesday, March 04 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.
Location: ,
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Women of Culture Celebration aims to honor and acknowledge the diversity within women in different communities. The purpose of this event is to bring awareness to our campus by providing workshops, keynote speakers and a variety of interactive activities involving different issues and aspects that affect women. This event is inclusive to both men and women in the pursuit of educating our campus on the importance of women's rights within different traditions.
Sponsoring Group: MSU
Contact Info: 503-838-8403
Event Website: wou.edu/msu

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