On Sunday, October 29, Alice Millar Chapel will honor the 500th anniversary of the Reformation by holding their annual Hymnfest, a musical celebration featuring choral and brass ensembles.
Month: October 2017
The sight of a purple handlebar moustache pasted onto an iconic campus statue might be good for a chuckle. The issues that the moustaches there to highlight, however, are no laughing matter.
“Storylines,” a new exhibit by Lisa Goesling, presents a hyper-detailed exploration of botanic elements through line, shape, and color.
The leaves are getting redder, the wind is getting chillier, and Halloween is just around the corner. As Wildcats everywhere get ready for the spookiest time of the year, the witches and warlocks at Norris University Center have conjured up a cauldron of Fall programming that is sure to give students a Halloween to remember.
In preparation for first-year and transfer students’ upcoming trips to see Broadway in Chicago’s production of Hamilton, Residential Services and One Book One Northwestern presented an hour-long discussion of the show on Monday featuring Assistant Professor of History Caitlin Fitz and Lecturer in Theatre John Haas.
One Book One Northwestern hosted a discussion on Hamilton: An American Musical to prepare the Class of 2021 and transfers before their showing of the show. Professors from the musical theater and history departments came together to talk about the intersection of music and history.
This October, Northwestern recognizes the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer community through Queer and Trans Empowerment Month. Nationally known as LGBT History Month, this annual series of programs and events aims to both educate the public on LGBTQ issues and strengthen the LGBTQ community on campus.