Monday, April 1
Wyatt Hall Black Box Theatre
The Bellarmine theatre program performs a Spanish Golden Age play written by Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz. General Admission tickets can be purchased online
or at the door for $10 ($7 for students and seniors). Additional performances: April 4, 5, 6.
Wednesday, April 3
The Knights face against the Greyhounds in a doubleheader conference matchup.
Thursday, April 4
Centro McGowan Hall 084
Free and open to the community. Prepare for the GMAT by learning useful test-taking strategies that will help you achieve your best score. RSVP via email to Shelley Hunter
by the Rubel School of Business.
Friday, April 5
Grotto outside Our Lady of the Woods Chapel
Participate in the Stations of the Cross during Lent, in reflection on the death of resurrection of Jesus. Rain location: inside the Chapel.
Saturday, April 6
This fourth annual walk/run, in memory of Ryann Tewell '12, takes participants across campus and through Joe Creason Park. The $35-plus-tax entry fee includes a $20 contribution to the Ryann Tewell Memorial Scholarship. Register on the Alumni Association website
Campus recreation fields, behind Watterson Medical Center (3430 Newburg Rd)
Support Bellarmine's rugby team rain or shine for the first big tournament they've hosted against club teams from other universities in the region. Look for food trucks and other activities, with a shuttle running from campus every 30 minutes.
Owsley B. Frazier Stadium
Cheer on your Knights as they take on the Keydets in a conference matchup.
Sunday, April 7
JCPenney at Mall St. Matthews (transportation provided from campus)
Bellarmine students, faculty, staff and alumni can pick up professional apparel and accessories for the workplace or job interviews at a 40 percent discount. This event is made possible by Bellarmine's Career Development Center. Bring your Bellarmine