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Aug 11, 2022

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Aug 13, 2022

The Luckman Fine Arts Complex will present the world premiere of Seeds of Rain by choreographer Raiford Rogers, with music by Philip Glass and Zbynek Mateju, with organist Mark Alan Hilt, pianist Helena Sucharova Weiser, and art projections by Mike Nava. Learn more on the Luckman website

Aug 18, 2022

Please join President William A. Covino at the 2022 University Convocation. The event marks the start of the new academic year as we continue to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the University. The program will also include the introduction of new faculty, and the announcement of the Outstanding Professor Awards, the Outstanding Lecturer Award, and the President’s Distinguished Professor Award.

Learn more about the event program and RSVP by Monday, August 15, on the 2022 University Convocation webpage.

Aug 22, 2022

Classes for the fall semester begin.

Oct 8, 2022

Legendary actress Isabella Rossellini returns to the Luckman stage for two evenings with her new one-woman show, "Darwin’s Smile," which reconciles two worlds that are often at the opposite ends: art and science. Reading Charles Darwin’s book The Expression of Emotions on Man and Animals revealed to her that the continuity between humans and animals can also be detected in the expression of emotions. Isabella explores how empathy, which is at the base of acting, is also necessary for the studies of animal behavior (ethology).

Oct 9, 2022

Legendary actress Isabella Rossellini returns to the Luckman stage for two evenings with her new one-woman show, "Darwin’s Smile," which reconciles two worlds that are often at the opposite ends: art and science. Reading Charles Darwin’s book The Expression of Emotions on Man and Animals revealed to her that the continuity between humans and animals can also be detected in the expression of emotions. Isabella explores how empathy, which is at the base of acting, is also necessary for the studies of animal behavior (ethology).

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