Head to the Bardo Arts Center this Saturday November 23 at 5pm for a choral and solo vocal music performance. It will last less than an hour and there is no admission charge. FREE!
Dr. William Martin, tenor and WCU music faculty member, will sing a few songs. He is an extremely gifted vocalist who made his living for about a decade as a professional singer in Europe.
The WCU Concert Choir will also sing a few selections and the WCU Choral Clinic Choir will sing. The latter consists of 75 High School singers from across the state and the members of the WCU Concert Choir who are together forming a large choir for this event.
Do your Course Evaluations! If you’re a student then you’ve gotten an email about this more than twice already. Show your professors what they need to work on and critique the curriculum itself. These are anonymous and are taken seriously because WCU is always trying to improve.
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There are many opportunities on campus to break a sweat and burn some energy. Stay healthy this fall and winter.
November is the Great American Smoke Out
The Great American Smoke Out is an event on college campuses across the nation to increase awareness of tobacco-related issues as well as promote cessation services. Join the Department of Campus Recreation and Wellness, Counseling and Psychological Services and Relay for Life in the UC 2nd Floor on Wednesday, November 20 from 11:30am-1:00pm to learn how to make the commitment to quit smoking or using smokeless tobacco. There will also be additional resources to help you or someone you know quit. Know someone who wants to quit?
Tickets are on sale for the Madrigal Christmas Dinner, which will be held Saturday, December 7 at 6:30 p.m. in the Grand Room of the A.K. Hinds University Center.
It’s a recreation of a four-course Christmas Banquet in the manor house of a 16th century English Lord and Lady, complete with court Jester, herald trumpeters, recorder/crumhorn consort and Early Music Ensemble, all in period costumes.
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