Join campus community members for an Assumption College Graduate Studies Open House.
Assumption College HumanArts series presents Jeremy Cohen. Cohen will present a brief lecture on West African drumming and expressive culture, to be followed by an interactive, hands-on percussion session featuring the rhythms of the Ewe from Ghana.
"Walking Toward America" is a one-woman show based on the memoirs of Ilga Katais-Paeglis Vise and her family, eventual American refugees who left Latvia in 1944.
The Core Texts & Enduring Questions Program at Assumption College presents its annual Brownson Roundtable discussion on October 3rd at 6:00pm in the Testa Science Building Atrium.
On Friday, Oct. 4 at 7 p.m. in the Jeanne Y. Curtis Performance Hall Ryan Tremblay will share his personal Catholic experience with powerful drumming, heart-felt songs and true and sometimes hilarious stories about his love of the people and sacraments of the Catholic Church.
The Assumption College Chorale in the first concert of the season will present a concert of varied choral works from traditional to contemporary. The Chorale will be conducted by their new director, Bradford Dumont, and accompanied by Mr. Brett Maguire.
The Assumption College Band under the direction of its conductor, Bruce Hopkins, will be performing its first concert of the school year in auditorium of the Tsotsis Building. Featured will be works from the concert band repertoire from many different centuries.
Archaeological Institute of America Worcester Lectures: “Sensing the Past: Sensorial Experiences in Ancient Mesopotamia”
Dr. Allison Karmel Thomason (Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville) will lecture on “Sensing the Past: Sensorial Experiences in Ancient Mesopotamia”
HumanArts: Allison Karmel Thomason, (Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville) “Sensing the Past: Sensorial Experiences in Ancient Mesopotamia”
Allison Karmel Thomason, (Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville) will lecture on “Sensing the Past: Sensorial Experiences in Ancient Mesopotamia”
Professional historian John C. “Chuck” Chalberg, Ph.D. will deliver a lecture in the persona of Catholic convert and apologist, G.K. Chesterton.