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October 19, 2013

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Saturday, October 19, 2013

All Day Art & Design Alumni Exhibit - Suffolk Art Gallery
NESAD Grads: Out in the World

At New England School of Art & Design, faculty are deeply engaged with their students. The connection between students and their teachers works in both directions, and often remains long after the academic experience ends – as a professional relationship, or as a philosophical or creative influence. Nurtured here, this group of alumni carries with them a passion for their chosen field, the skills to express themselves and their ideas, and the discipline to realize them. They have the all-important ability to communicate and connect with the larger world through relevant art and design. The exhibition represents all areas of study at New England School of Art & Design, including Illustration, Graphic Design, Interior Design, Interior Architecture and Fine Art.

All Day LGBTQ History Month
Awareness Month for GLBTQ Communities and History at Suffolk.
All Day Midterm exam period Madrid Campus ONLY

Midterm exam period

All Day Spring 2014 Advising
Spring 2014 Advising
6:50 AM - 7:00 AM Paulist Center Saturday Breakfast
Help serve breakfast at the Paulist Center to those in need. Meet at the Center for Community Engagement, Donahue 209, at 6:50AM. This opportunity is limited to the first 5 participants who R.S.V.P. through SUconnect.
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM Alternative Spring Break Silent Auction

Over one hundred students will have the opportunity to travel, during Suffolk’s Spring Break, to various locations across the United States to volunteer in communities of need. Proceeds from the auction will help support the Alternative Break students who travel throughout the country to build homes, mentor youth, protect natural resources, and promote equality. Please support these efforts by stopping by the ASB Silent Auction in the Donahue Lobby where you will be able to bid on items donated by local restaurants and businesses, including tickets to sporting events.

10:00 AM - 1:00 PM The Journey Program Regatta
Join us for the second annual Journey Regatta, where students who have participated in the Leadership & Sailing program show off their skills and compete against each other.

The event takes place at the Boston Sailing Center
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM PAO Homecoming Brunch
Come enjoy brunch during Homecoming weekend! The Performing Arts Office is excited to host a delicious brunch and meet all students, family and friends of the University. The brunch will be located in the Student Lounge on the 4th floor of Donahue. Please RSVP at the following link: Brunch RSVP
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM Then and Now: The Evolution of Our University
Come join this lively presentation on the evolution of our great university by our very own President James McCarthy and History Professor & Chair, Bob Allison. Suffolk Suffolk Then & Now will remember where the university has been over the past 100+ year and the exciting future it faces. 

Then & Now: The Evolution of Our University
Sargent Hall Function Room
120 Tremont St., Boston
$10 (lunch included)

2:30 PM - 4:30 PM Fall Fest Performance
Fall Fest is a variety show made up of 12-14 different individual numbers and company production numbers during Homecoming Weekend. This year's theme is WELCOME HOME and will feature great songs and sketches. It will be sure to amaze you! 
8:00 PM Marie-Antoinette, In Her Own Words
by Evelyne Lever
based on the letters of Marie-Antoinette
directed by Katherine Adamov
A French Theatrical Foundation Production

Friday, October 18 at 8:00 PM
Saturday, October 19 at 8:00 PM
Sunday, October 20 at 3:00 PM

Tickets: $35

Centuries after her death, Marie-Antoinette remains one of the most compelling and talked-about women in the world.
Discover the inner life of this misunderstood icon in a one-woman show, as Molière Award-winning actress Barbara Schulz takes the audience on the monarch’s fascinating journey from teenage bride in an arranged marriage to desperate and broken queen, hours before her execution.. A vivid portrayal of this legendary figure written by French historian Evelyne Lever, using Marie-Antoinette’s personal letters.
In French with English supertitles.

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