Next Up!

Next up! is a regular feature on Sundays, showcasing HWC (and beyond) events in the coming week. Use the “Comments” section to provide updates and additions.

Week 10 starts off on the same sad note that ended Week 9, sounding the laying off of 26 8 (so far that I’ve heard about) of our colleagues whose absence will make all of our jobs harder.

Monday, 10/25:Visit and talk featuring Karyn Posner-Mullen hosted by the Entrepreneurship Program (9:30am, rm 103).

Tuesday, 10/26: Preview performance of 12 Angry Jurors (see comments for more info).

Wednesday, 10/27: Visit and talk featuring Eric Braun, Web-Based Artist (11am, rm 203); Pre-Graduation workshop (12:30pm, rm 715); another Pre-Graduation workshop (6pm, rm 722). 12 Angry Jurors opens (7:30pm, room 102).

Thursday, 10/28: Pre-Graduation workshop (12:30pm, rm 1001); another Pre-Graduation workshop (6pm, rm 1001).

Friday, 10/29: President Metoyer will be giving away candy in his office all day on Friday to any and all Trick-or-Treaters (or risk getting egged!). Also, he will most likely be in costume.

3 thoughts on “Next Up!

  1. The Loop Players’ production of “Twelve Angry Jurors” begins this week. The play opens Weds. Oct. 27 and runs until Sat. Nov. 6. Room 103, Washington Hall.
    Wed. and Fri. at 7:15 PM
    Thurs. and Sat. at 2:00 PM

    General Admission $10.00
    Students and Seniors $5.00

    There are also two preview performances called College Night on Mon. and Tues., Oct. 25 and 26 at 7:15 PM at a reduced price of $3.00.

    Hope to see you at the theatre!

    • Hi, Glenn. It turns out that 26 was an erroneous number–I got it from Jen’s report of her trip to the Union Conference, where that number was stated by somebody from Malcolm X, so we’re guessing that was the number there. We’ve both heard from separate sources that 40 some people got laid off at Kennedy King, but I haven’t heard anything about the other campuses.

      I haven’t said anything specific about it here (other than the above) for fear of saying something untrue and out of respect for the privacy of those her were “marched out.” I think we should all be hesitant to throw their business out on the Internets.

      (I’ll tell you what I’ve heard in an email, though.)

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