Rethinking Israelite Women: What Does Archaeology Teach Us?
Robert Frost grew up in San Francisco and came to live in New England when he was eleven years old. He soon began exploring his new home as an amateur naturalist, and he was endlessly fascinated with the changing landscape: the seasons of the year, and the slow but steady resurgence of nature after people abandoned their farms and moved elsewhere.
Author John Dufresne will be reading from his novel "No Regrets, Coyote"
Adrian Nicole LeBlanc is the author of Random Family: Love, Drugs, Trouble, and Coming of Age in the Bronx. The 2003 book is the product almost 11 years of the journalist immersing herself in the daily lives of the young women and men drawn through poverty to the drug trade.
Matt Mariner Independaent Study.
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You're a Good Man Charlie Brown is a musical comedy featuring a day in the life of the famous comic strip child hero, Charlie Brown. The show will take you from Valentine's Day to the baseball season, from wild optimism to utter despair, all mixed in. It’s a single day in the life of Charlie Brown and his friends, strung from a bright uncertain morning to a hopeful starlit evening.
Matt Mariner Independent Study
The Assumption College Jazz Ensemble will present their first concert of the Season on Sunday, October 27th at 5 PM in the Kennedy Hall Auditorium. The concert will feature the music of John Coltrane, Gerry Mulligan, and other jazz greats in the one hour presentation. The concert is free and open to the public.
This World Music Founder/Director and Jeremy Cohen will present a lecture and hands-on clinic on the rich drumming traditions of West Africa. Cohen is an interlocutor who blends his experience as a classroom teacher, conservatory-trained musician and African adventurer and will offer insight into the unique shared music and history between the U.S. and Ghana.