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Wednesday, January 17

Classes Begin at the College

Spring semester begins at the River Campus.

Student Exhibition: Life After the Wizard Barn

Featuring work by senior seminar and independent studies students. Opening reception 6-8pm, Thursday, December 7th.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Grand Rounds: Mental Health Care in Harlem, 1936-1968
Wednesday, January 17

Psychiatry and the Legacy of the Civil Rights Era Mental Health Care in Harlem, 1936-1968 Presented annually, this special Grand Rounds was instituted over...

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Counts Brunch
Wednesday, January 17

Immediately following the talk, book signing and follow up discussion. RSVPs will be required 585-275-3571 for this small group discussion with Dennis Doyle,...

Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water
Wednesday, January 17

October 11 through July 2018: The next work on view in the Media Arts Watch gallery is Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water which represents ideas...

Rosalyn Engelman: Beauty is Everywhere
Wednesday, January 17

Rosalyn Engelman (American, born 1938) is a painter, sculptor, and installation artist. She works with a variety of materials and produces art with a...

Dining Vendor Fair
Wednesday, January 17

The Pit vendors will be offering free product samples. The more vendors you visit, the more tickets you can receive to win prizes such as a bike, a cooler,...

Schwartz Center Conference
Wednesday, January 17

Lunch will be provided. Sponsored by the Division of Palliative Care.

Guided Relaxation
Wednesday, January 17

Press pause in the middle of a busy workday to better manage your day. Join Well-U as we take you through a guided relaxation session for 30 minutes during...

 Physics and Astronomy Colloquium
Wednesday, January 17

Brian Zhou of the University of Chicago. Tea begins at 3:30 p.m. Bausch & Lomb Lobby.

A Ted (and Dennis) Talk
Wednesday, January 17

Dennis Doyle, associate professor of history at the St. Louis College of Pharmacy, will take part in a "Ted (and Dennis) Talk with Ted Brown, the Charles E....

Wednesday, January 17