KING: The Substance of Our Soul (PA): January 19-30, 2009

If you haven’t called already, leave your message celebrating the life and legacy of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by calling 1 – 888- 887 – 3127.

You will need to enter the Channel Number (25481) and a Password (1234) to record your message. Spread the word!

THEN…

Ursinus College presents

“The Substance of Our Soul”:

A Celebration of

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Monday, January 19 ~

Friday, January 30

2009

Monday, January 19, 2009

Ecumenical Service

12pm

Chapel, Bomberger Lower Level

Candlelight Vigil

6pm

Unity House with procession to Olin Plaza

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Inauguration Day Celebration

11am-5pm

Lower Lounge, Wismer Hall

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Sheree Renee Thomas, author of Dark Matter: A Century of Speculative Fiction

Campus Lecture

7pm

Black Box Theater, Kaleidoscope

Sheree R. Thomas’ Dark Matter is an interesting mix of reprints, original stories and essays. Seventeen of the stories are original, with eleven reprints dating back to 1887. Steven Barnes, Samuel Delany, Due and Butler have established reputations within science fiction and Hopkinson has made quite a splash in the couple of years since she made her first appearance, winning the Warner first novel contest with Brown Girl in the Ring. Other authors have names which may be familiar, but which are generally associated with other fields of writing, ranging from Walter Mosley’s mysteries to the history and sociology of W.E.B. Du Bois.

Thursday, January 22, 2009

“Profiles in Excellence: Student Leadership at Ursinus College”

Join this panel discussion on the importance and intellect of collegiate activism. Panelists include Sabrina Clark (’09), Dane DiFebo (’09), Danielle Harris (’10), and Geovanni Velez (’11).

3pm

Musser Auditorium, Pfahler Hall

Friday, January 30, 2009

“The Substance of Our Soul” performance event

7pm

Lenfest Theater, Kaleidoscope

Ursinus College’s best singers, dancers, artists, and leaders come together to celebrate the connections between the legacy of Dr. King and the start of Black History Month.

Author: waltergreason1

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