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Calendar of Events

february

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Prayer Service Honoring Mother Mary Lange

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Somebody/Nobody

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“Marygrove’s Got Talent: 2014 Talent Showcase” Auditions

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Starting Point

Foundress of the Oblates of Providence in 1829

Continues February 8, 9, 14, 15, 16

Continues February 14, 21

Continues through February 23

Marygrove Connection - Theresa Maxis was a member of the Oblates of Providence before coming to Monroe, MI to become co-founder of the IHM Congregation with Louis Florent Gillet in 1845. Time: Noon Location: Student Center Chapel Cost: Free and all are welcome. Contact: Jesse Cox, jcox@marygrove.edu, (313) 927-1404

This play takes a comedic look at the grass being greener on entirely opposite sides. Jane Martin weaves the tale of a runaway, award winning, B-movie actress who is ‘somebody,’ namely Sheena Keener, who wants nothing more to do with people, fame or fanfare.  Sheena turns up seeking refuge in a low rent district of L.A. at the apartment of Loli, a runaway, homespun, ‘nobody’ girl who is fresh from Kansas, freshly fired from her job as a mechanic and desperately wants to be ‘somebody.’ What ensues is a hilarious look at the cult of celebrity. Time: Friday & Saturday, 8 p.m., Sunday, 2 p.m. Location: Marygrove College Theatre Contact: UDM Theatre, (313) 993-3270, theatre@udmercy.edu

Think you have what it takes to be a star? Prove it to the judges and you could be cast in the upcoming talent showcase this March. Auditions are open to Marygrove students, faculty and staff as well as students from Wayne State University and University of Detroit. Time: February 13 & 20, 4 - 8 p.m.; February 21, 3 - 7 p.m. Location: Florent Gillet Community Room Contact: Angie, aallen9798@marygrove.edu, (313) 454-7683 or T. Sims, tsims2@marygrove.edu

Annual dance department concert performed by Company2. Time: Friday, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, 2 p.m. & 7:30 p.m. Sunday, 4 p.m. Location: Marygrove College Theatre Cost: $15 general/ $10 students and seniors Contact: Jonathon Cash, jcash5001@marygrove.edu, (313) 927-1838

Church Music WorkshopBlended workshop for choirs.

Student Career

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Healthy Heart Series for Women

Continues February 5, 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 26 Open to current Marygrove students, staff and faculty Time: Yoga Mondays: 12:15 p.m. Cardio Wednesdays: 5:15 p.m. and Weekly Group Sharing Wednesdays: 6:30 p.m. Location: Liberal Arts Building, Room 008 Cost: Free Contact: Rita Smith, (313) 927-1402

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Bible Study

Continues February 13, 20, 27 Refreshments will be served as well as “spiritual uplifting!” Conducted by Donovan Douglas and Christopher Presley Time: 6 p.m. Location: Green & Gold Room, Student Center Building Contact: Jesse Cox, jcox@marygrove.edu, (313) 927-1404

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“The Lexicon of Sustainability” Pop-up Art Show

Continues through February 28 Let’s spread the word about sustainability and the power of voices in the local food movement. This show consists of 24 images of local food production and sustainable practices. Location: Beyond Words Gallery, located in the library. Time: Opening reception on Thursday, Feb. 6 (4 - 7 p.m.) Contact: Laurie Kopack, lkopack@marygrove.edu or http://www.lexiconofsustainability.com/pop-upart-shows/

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Performance, Master Class, Talk Back w/Lauren Molina

The Institute of Music & Dance at Marygrove College in collaboration with the Marygrove College Music Department present Lauren Molina, award winning broadway actress, musician and singer/songwriter. Special Guest - Rob Morrison: Avenue Q, Nerds, The Hollows, Commercial Voiceovers. Time: 3 - 5p.m. Location: Denk Chapman Hall, Madame Cadillac Building Cost: This workshop is free! Contact: Judith Molina (313) 927-1306

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Lock-In Overnight Retreat for Students

Students, join in this opportunity to share fellowship, fun and faith. Engage with speakers. Share in a service opportunity. Location: Student Center Cost: No fee, but your reservation is required. Contact: Jesse Cox, jcox@marygrove.edu, (313) 927-1404

MOTHER TONGUE: Monologues for Truth Bearing Women, Emerging Sons & Other Keepers of the Flame

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Using beautiful imagery, evocative music and bold choreography, this event is a call for public deliberation and a benefit event to support collaboration and prevention programs on sexual assault in communities of African descent. Time: 1 - 5 p.m. Location: Alumnae Hall, Madame Cadillac Building Cost: Free Contact: (888) 865-7055 to register

“Searching For Meaning” Connecting to the Grove (CTG) Workshop

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Are you wondering if you are traveling on the path intended for your life? Are you searching for your purpose? Take a minute to explore the possibilities. A counselor will take you on a guided experience of self-reflection through a series of questions and activities that may help you with the process of discovering your life’s purpose. Lunch will be served and walk-ins are welcome however, YOU MUST RSVP to Tuoanyene Sims at tsims2@marygrove.edu to secure a seat and something to eat. Time: Noon Location: Green and Gold Room– Student Center Building Contact: Tuoanyene Sims, tsims2@marygrove.edu Visit us on the web at www.marygrove.edu/ctg to find out more about the CTG program.

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A choral workshop for choir members from many faiths, where four choral works from different traditions will be practiced and sung under the direction of guest choral director, Sheila Sipes. Selections include classical, spiritual, gospel and contemporary. This event will help singers understand how to use their voices for these different styles. Time: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Location: Sacred Heart Chapel Cost: Registration and fee required. Contact: Dr. Joanne Clark, jclark@marygrove.edu, (313) 927-1255

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Winter Alumni Book Discussion: “Mother’s Milk”

The Winter Alumni Book Discussion will be discussing “Mother’s Milk” by Dwight G. Stackhouse. Dr. Loretta Woodard, Marygrove College English Professor, will be our facilitator. The author will be present and will autograph books on request. Please RSVP by Feb. 10. Time: 2 - 4 p.m. Location: Liberal Arts Building, Room 225 Contact: Druel Outley, (313) 342-3208 or drueloutley@ameritech.net

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Winter Lunchtime Conversation Series Schedule

An important discussion about the faculty development awards program. Please come with ideas, suggestions, and issues related to improving the value and reach of our faculty development awards. Time: 1:15 p.m. Location: Employee Lounge, LA Building Contact: Don Levin, dlevin@marygrove.edu, (313) 927-1205

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Student Recital

A special performance featuring Marygrove’s music students. Areas to be highlighted include voice, organ, and piano music. Time: Noon Location: Denk Chapman Hall and Sacred Heart Chapel. Contact: Tara Sievers-Hunt, tsievers7525@marygrove.edu, (313) 927-1312

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Cha-cha, Tango and Waltz Your Way into Shape

Continues through April 24 Ballroom dancing has made a comeback and here is your chance to learn this elegant and graceful art form. The Marygrove College Alumni Program Committee is once again offering nine, 1-1/2 hour lessons followed by a dance where you can show off your newly acquired or finely honed skills. Time: 6 - 7:30 p.m. Location: Alumnae Hall Cost: $40/9 lessons for Alumni, faculty and staff Free for Marygrove students Contact: Margo Lee, margolee2000@yahoo.com, (313) 402-7776

Services

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Register for Job Pursuit

Continues through February 12 Attention seniors, juniors, and recent graduates: the deadline to register for Job Pursuit is February 12; this fair can net you a shot at an internship or full-time position. Get your resume updated and your career game on. More info at www.jobpursuit.org. Cost: $10 registration fee Contact: Sherrie Konkus, skonkus9786@marygrove. edu, MC 301, or (313) 927-1844 to register.

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Job Pursuit

This is an Interview Fair. Meet and greet employers with full-time entry level positions and/or internship opportunities; shine there and you’ll be selected for one-on-one interviews in the afternoon. Time: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Location: Crown Plaza Hotel in Lansing, MI. Contact: Sherrie Konkus, skonkus9786@marygrove. edu, MC 301, or (313) 927-1844

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Major Decisions: Choosing Your Professional Path

Are you still unsure which major will prepare you for a fulfilling professional career? Have you selected a major but after taking a few classes are concerned that it’s just not a good fit for you? Stop by the Major Decisions event and self-test to see what careers you may be suited for, learn about helpful tools, and explore your career options with an advisor. Time: Noon - 6 p.m. Location: Madame Cadillac, first floor hallway and Denk Chapman Hall Contact: Tuoanyene Sims, SC 105, (313) 927-1469 or Sherrie Konkus, MC 301, (313) 927-1844

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