|Stuff a Bear
Location: Rhatigan Student Center wRECk Center, 1st Floor
Stuff your own stuffed animal to keep you company while you're studying for finals!
For more information, contact SAC located in Student Involvement, RSC 3rd floor.
Phone: (316) 978-3022
Sponsored by: Wu's Renewal Committee
Location: 206 Heskett Center
The overall goal of this program is to foster inclusive personal and professional development opportunities, which enhance and aid in the overall success and retention of men of color at WSU.
Brother-2-Brother offers structured and informal opportunities for mentorship, brotherhood, service, learning and professional growth while integrating interaction with alumni of color, who are dedicated to help facilitate the enrichment of this program.
Brother-2-Brother meets the first Tuesday of every month at 5 p.m.
For more information, call (316) 978-3034, email the Office of Multicultural Affairs firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit www.wichita.edu/oma
Open to WSU Community.
Sponsored by: Office of Multicultural Affairs
Shocker Baseball vs. Kansas
Location: Eck Stadium
Current Wichita State students can pick up free tickets with a valid Shocker ID card at the University Bookstore, Heskett Center or at the ticket office in Charles Koch Arena.
Field Box: $12
Concourse Box: $10
Grandstand -- Adult: $8
Grandstand -- Discount*: $6
Outfield (Pavilion): $5
*Discount applies to children 2-12 and adults over the age of 65
Group discounts are available.
For more information and for tickets, call the Wichita State Athletics Ticket Office at (316) 978-FANS(3267), find them in the southwest corner of Charles Koch Arena or visit www.goshockers.com.
The ticket office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and an hour and a half prior to games.
Open to the public.
Faculty Recital: Geoffrey Deibel, Saxophone
Location: Wiedemann Hall
Visiting Assistant Professor of Saxophone and Jazz Studies at WSU, Geoffrey Deibel presents an all-French program of music for saxophone with pianist Michael Kirkendoll of Oklahoma State University. Deibel and Kirkendoll will perform works ranging from the Baroque era to early Conservatory contest pieces to contemporary works that show a decidedly African influence, an acknowledgement of France's colonialist history. Audiences will enjoy a rich range of expression from this young instrument. "Départ dans l'affection et le bruit neufs..."
A Washington, D.C. native, Geoffrey Deibel is emerging as an important voice for the saxophone and contemporary music. He maintains a multi-faceted career as performer, teacher and researcher. Geoff is a member of the critically acclaimed h2 quartet, a first prize winner at the Fischoff Competition and recent recipient of an Aaron Copland Fund Recording Grant.
Bridging the gaps between old and new, Michael Kirkendoll is not your everyday pianist. Equally at home in the worlds of Beethoven and Haydn as in those of Frederic Rzewski and John Cage, Michael's concerts are unique musical experiences leaving audiences eager for the next performance. Michael is currently the Assistant Professor of Piano at Oklahoma State University. He has earned degrees from the University of Kansas (DMA, BM) and the Manhattan School of Music (MM).
Tickets for this event are $7 with discounts available, and they go on sale April 10.
Purchase tickets online at http://www.wichita.edu/j/?2097
For more information and tickets, please call the WSU Fine Arts Box Office at 316-978-3233.
Open to the public.
Sponsored by: The WSU School of Music