Bellarmine's week ahead: Nov. 26-Dec. 2, 2018

November 25, 2018

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Welcome back from the Thanksgiving break. For students, it's the business end of the semester, with finals starting at the end of next week.

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

Tuesday, Nov. 27
Feminism and faith, 11 a.m.
Centro Treece Hall's Fireplace Room
Discuss the intersection of being a modern day feminist and a woman of faith.  Food provided.

Ursuline Terrace Dedication, 3:30 p.m.
Centro Horrigan Hall patio in the quad
President Donovan and Sr. Janet Peterworth, president of the Ursuline Sisters of Louisville, will dedicate the Horrigan Hall patio as the Ursuline Terrace. This year is the 50th anniversary of the merger of Bellarmine College and Ursuline College.

Lights Under Louisville, 6:30 p.m.
Louisville Mega Cavern (meet in Centro Treece Hall's Fireplace Room)
Ride the Bellarmine Trolley to the nearby MegaCavern for Lights Under Louisville, featuring over 850 lit characters with over 3 million lights in the only underground light show of its kind on the planet. Enjoy hot cocoa and apple cider before boarding the trolley.

Wednesday, Nov. 28
Men's basketball vs. Lindenwood University, 7 p.m.
Knights Hall
The top-ranked and undefeated Knights are defending a 58-game home winning streak in Knights Hall that started in 2014.

Debate Knight, 7 p.m.
Pasteur 102
This annual debate event has free food and lively discussion on a variety of topics with the Political Science Club, College Republicans and College Democrats.

Thursday, Nov. 29
Wrestling vs. Kentucky Wesleyan College, 6 p.m.
Knights Hall
The Knights host their first home meet of the season.

Ping pong tournament, 8 p.m.
Siena Terzo lounge
Offered through Campus Recreation. Sign up in advance or arrive ready to play.

Friday, Nov. 30
Searching for Thomas Merton: an artistic tribute
McGrath Art Galley, Wyatt Center
This exhibit, which opens Friday and continues through January 12, features work by Penny Sisto and Joe McGee. It's one of several upcoming events that will commemorate the 50th anniversary of Merton's death, which occurred on December 10, 1968. The exhibit is open daily.

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