Bellarmine's week ahead: October 8-14, 2018

October 7, 2018


Events to watch for on Bellarmine's campus this week, leading up to our fall break from October 13 to 16.

Students: find more events on the Engage website or the Corq mobile app (Apple | Google Play). Log in to make sure you're seeing all events.

Monday, Oct. 8
Anni's international experience, 8 p.m.
Anniversary Hall lobby
Taste and experience the different cultures represented in Anniversary Hall, through food, music and cultural celebrations.

Tuesday, Oct. 9
President's town hall with students, 11 a.m.
President Donovan and Student Government Association leaders will update students on happenings at the university and field questions. Participants will receive a box lunch.

Faculty jazz concert, 7 p.m.
Cralle Theater, Bellarmine's Wyatt Center for the Arts
Join Bellarmine's music faculty for a free jazz concert in the Cralle Theater.

Wednesday, Oct. 10
World Trivia Knight, 7 p.m.
What's a nighttime event at Bellarmine without a good Knight pun, right? Bring your team of 4-6 members or show up and join a team at the event for a (k)night of trivia, snacks and prizes. Organized by ONE Campus and the Bellarmine International Club.

Thursday, Oct. 11
Empty Bowls fundraiser, 5:30 p.m.
Frazier Hall
This annual Highlands Community Ministries fundraising event supports food pantry and senior nutrition programs in our neighborhood. The meal is a simple -- but delicious -- choice of soup, bread, cheese and fruit, as a reminder that too many of our neighbors suffer from food insecurity. 

Friday, Oct. 12 to Monday, Oct. 15
Fall break trip to Washington, D.C.
Bellarmine's Office of Identity and Inclusion has organized a student trip to the nation's capital over Bellarmine's fall break. Highlights include Smithsonian museums, national monuments and the National Museum of African American History and Culture.

Saturday, Oct. 13
Women's and men's swimming at Kentucky Invitational, 2 p.m.
UofL's Ralph Wright Natatorium
The Knights are hosting the Kentucky Invitational, with teams from throughout Kentucky competing.

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