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Food for Fines

Fri, 2016-10-14 10:03

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.

"Love Songs from the American Songbook: A Lecture Recital"

Wed, 2016-10-05 15:32

The sixth and final lecture in the Faculty of Arts Lecture Series on Love.

Location: Nicholson Hall, NH 151 

Farewell event for 2016 Diploma

Wed, 2016-10-05 15:01

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 coadycom@stfx.ca. The event takes place at the Coady Dennis Hall, Markin Global Complex. 

 

"Love in Excess: The Infinite Variety of Eliza Haywood"

Wed, 2016-10-05 14:25

This is the third lecture in the Faculty of Arts series, Lectures on Love.

LOCATION: NICHOLSON HALL, NH 151

Antigonish Performing Arts presents Lynn Stodola, piano and Marc Djokic, violin in an all-Beethoven program

Wed, 2016-10-05 14:23

Lynn Stodola, pianist will play Beethoven's Waldstein Sonata and Lynn Stodola, pianist and Marc Djokic, violinist will play Beethoven's– Kreutzer Sonata.

LOCATION: IMMACULATA AUDITORIUM

NCCDH webinar: Inequalities cost. How can economic analysis help us find solutions?

Wed, 2016-10-05 14:16

THIS IS A LIVE PRESENTATION THAT WILL TAKE PLACE OVER THE WEB. ATTENDEES CAN VIEW DOCUMENTS AND PARTICIPATE IN DISCUSSION VIA THEIR COMPUTERS.

10th Annual Antigonish International Film Festival, Oct 21-23, 2016

Wed, 2016-10-05 14:13

Special bonus afternoon of documentary films. Complete details may be found at http://antigonishfilmfest.org/

LOCATION: NICHOLSON HALL, NH 151 ~ ENTRANCE FROM NICHOLSON/LANE PARKING LOT ~ ACCESSIBLE

The Cheng-squared cello and piano Duo - Antigonish Performing Arts and Debut Atlantic

Wed, 2016-10-05 14:10

Antigonish Performing Arts and Debut Atlantic present the Cheng-squared cello and piano Duo

LOCATION: IMMACULATA AUDITORIUM

10th Annual Antigonish International Film Festival, Oct 21-23, 2016

Wed, 2016-10-05 14:08

The 10th annual Antigonish International Film Festival takes place over three days, Oct 21-23, featuring about 25 documentary films that are award-winning, hard-hitting, challenging, heart-warming, beautiful, or fun. Complete details are available at http://antigonishfilmfest.org/

LOCATION: TOWN LIBRARY, TOWN COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CINEPLEX CAPITOL THEATRE; NH 151 (SUNDAY)

10th Annual Antigonish International Film Festival, Oct 21-23, 2016

Wed, 2016-10-05 14:01

The 10th annual Antigonish International Film Festival takes place over three days, Oct 21-23, featuring about 25 documentary films that are award-winning, hard-hitting, challenging, heart-warming, beautiful, or fun. Complete details are available at http://antigonishfilmfest.org/

LOCATION: TOWN LIBRARY, TOWN COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CINEPLEX CAPITOL THEATRE; NH 151 (SUNDAY)

StFX Bachelor of Education Information Session

Wed, 2016-10-05 13:53

The Faculty of Education will host an information session for anyone who might be interested in a career in teaching on Oct. 19 at the Schwartz School of Business, Schwartz 215 at 7 p.m.. The session is open to students from any discipline and any year of study. The session will address admission requirements, application procedures, and trends in graduate employment.

Surgeons And The Surgical Humanities

Wed, 2016-10-05 13:43

In the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Dr. Francis Christian is a busy surgeon and, at the same time, directs the Surgical Humanities Program. This Surgical Humanities Program seeks to bring the arts and sciences together and achieves this by engaging surgeons, residents, and medical students in art, music, poetry, literature, philosophy, and drama. In this lecture, to the joint Humanities and Health Studies Colloquia of St. Francis Xavier University, Dr.

Book Launch for Dr. Carole Roy---two Community-Based publications

Wed, 2016-10-05 10:14

Come join the Department of Adult Education's book launch and reception for Dr. Roy's recent publications: Documentary Film Festivals and The Power of Arts Making, taking place at the Marie Michael Library, Coady International Institute. Both focus on community research that breaks down barriers with the academy and which generates really useful knowledge. The launch will include speakers Murray Gibson and Verna Macdonald, contributors to the second volume. A wine and cheese reception will follow.

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