The X-Ring Ceremony begins at 2:00 p.m. at the Charles V. Keating Centre on Saturday, December 3rd, 2016.
Join us on Wednesday, November 16th at 7pm in the Centre for Teaching & Learning on the 3rd Floor of the Angus L. Macdonald Library as we welcome Donna Morrissey to campus for a public reading from her book "The Deception of Livvy Higgs".
For two traumatic days, Livvy Higgs is besieged by a series of small heart attacks while the ghost of her younger self leads her back through a past devastated by lies and secrets.
X-Men vs DAL @ 7:00 PM, Keating Centre
The Art of Biography: Researching and Writing the Story of Lillian Burke Dr. Edward Langille, Department of Modern Languages, Jules Léger Research Chair in the Humanities and Social Sciences
a wine and cheese reception will follow the lecture McKenna Centre for Leadership, 4th Floor, Schwartz Busilding
A talk with History faculty members and others on the U.S. election in Gerald Schwartz School of Business - Room 205.
Refreshments will be served.
Women's 6K @ 12:00pm; Men's 10K @ 12:45pm
AUS Football Championship - 2:00pm, Oland Stadium
'Pink in the Rink' in support of Breast Cancer Awareness -- X-Women vs. UdeM @ 2:00pm
Representatives from Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada and the NS Office of Immigration will:
Nicholson Hall Room 348
Room TBA in Official Notices
Raised in Perth, Australia, Linda completed her Masters at the Manhattan School of Music in 2008 studying with Jay Anderson, John Riley, Phil Markowitz, Dave Liebman and Rodney Jones. She now teaches the precollege division there and is involved in jazz videoconference master-classes for high-schools around the US. Linda has performed with the musicians such as Joe Lovano, Steve Wilson, Vijay Iyer, Dave Douglas, Kenny Barron, Geri Allen, Fabian Almazan, and Terri Lyne Carrington. Location: Nicholson Hall, room 351 Admission: $10, free for St.
* THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO ILLNESS. NEW DATE TO BE DETERMINED. *
The New York Times has called Tierney Sutton “a serious jazz artist who takes the whole enterprise to another level “. A 7-time Grammy nominee, Sutton has received 6 consecutive nominations for “Best Jazz Vocal Album”, a nomination for every project she has released for the last decade. Location: Nicholson Hall, room 351 Admission: $10, free for St. FX students and the non-salaried. www.tierneysutton.com/tierneysutton/
Lage Lund is acclaimed not only as one of the finest guitarists of his generation, but also one of the most compelling jazz artists in the world today. A regular in the “Rising star – Guitar” category in the Downbeat Critic’s Poll, Lund was awarded the top prize in the 2005 Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition . Location: Nicholson Hall, room 351 Admission: $10, free for St. FX students and the non-salaried. www.lage-lund.com
Get a few extra hours of midterm prep at the Library. For the first time, the Angus L. Macdonald Library is pleased to stay open until midnight on Friday and Saturday nights between October 14th and October 22nd. For a complete listing of our hours go to http://www.sites.stfx.ca/library/hours.
Food for Fines is back and better than ever. For the first time ever, Food for Fines will run in the fall term from October 17th to November 6th, in addition to our winter term campaign. For every item donated, we'll waive $3 in fines from participating Novanet libraries (some conditions apply, ask staff for details). All cash and food received during Food for Fines will go to support the StFX Student Food Resource Centre.
The sixth and final lecture in the Faculty of Arts Lecture Series on Love.
Location: Nicholson Hall, NH 151
Please join us as we say farewell to the Coady participants who have been a part of our campus and community the past 20 weeks. A mix of official remarks, musical performances and a chance to say to farewell to the participants. For more information contact Shanon Archibald at 867-2202 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The event takes place at the Coady Dennis Hall, Markin Global Complex.
This is the third lecture in the Faculty of Arts series, Lectures on Love.
LOCATION: NICHOLSON HALL, NH 151