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FALL 2013


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Waynesburg University is a small, private, comprehensive Christian institution located in southwestern Pennsylvania, approximately 50 miles south of Pittsburgh. Founded by the Cumberland Presbyterian Church (USA) and a member of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities, the University inspires students to pursue lives of purpose through faith, learning and serving.

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Offering undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs, Waynesburg University designs its curriculum to meet the needs of today’s students. Undergraduates can choose between more than 70 programs of study. The University’s Graduate and Professional Studies Program, located at three convenient centers around Pittsburgh as well as at its Waynesburg campus, offers accelerated evening programs geared for adult students in the fields of business, nursing, education and counseling.

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Waynesburg students enjoy personalized attention from highly qualified faculty, a well-rounded liberal arts curriculum and state-ofthe-art facilities. The beautiful campus includes an award-winning campus center, a performing arts center and several new additions to campus, such as Roberts Chapel, the Center for Research and Economic Development, modern additions to the dining hall and library, a six-story residence hall and a new fitness center.

The Beegie Adair Trio with special guest Monica Ramey 7:30 p.m., Goodwin Performing Arts Center Jazz Brunch and Master Class 10:30 a.m., Goodwin Performing Arts Center

Homecoming Weekend TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, AND THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10

Glenn A. & Jane L. Crosby Lecture Series: Todd Green

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, THROUGH FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11

Tuesday, October 8, Marsh Center – lecture/demonstration Thursday, October 10, Goodwin Performing Arts Center – concert 7:30 p.m. for both events

Guest Art Exhibition: Ryan Jackson

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9

Opening Reception: Monday, September 16 6 to 8 p.m., Benedum Fine Arts Gallery TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17

Constitution Day Celebration: “Constitutionally Condemned: Susette Kelo’s Takings Clause Battle to Keep her Pink House” Noon, Goodwin Performing Arts Center

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14

Stover Lecture Series: Dr. Charles R. Kesler 7:30 p.m., Alumni Hall

Chamber Works II Noon, Marsh Center SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, THROUGH SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2

Fall Play: “The Uninvited” by Tim Kelly, from the novel by Dorothy Macardle 7:30 p.m., Goodwin Performing Arts Center

Lamplighters Touring Choir Fall Concert 6 p.m., Roberts Chapel MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, THROUGH FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6

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Fall Semester Student Art Exhibition 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Benedum Fine Arts Gallery

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Stover Lecture Series: Dr. Theda Skocpol 7:30 p.m., Alumni Hall

Chamber Works I Noon, Marsh Center

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9

Symphonic Band Fall Concert 5:15 p.m., Marsh Center

MONDAY, OCTOBER 21, THROUGH FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15

Senior Art Exhibition: Hannah Dunbar Opening Reception: Monday, October 21 6 to 8 p.m., Benedum Fine Arts Gallery

Fine Arts E-3 Weekend: Explore, Enrich, Excel 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Goodwin Performing Arts Center TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12

Christ & Culture Lecture Series: Rev. Dr. Donald J. Dawson 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Roberts Chapel

TUBACHRISTMAS 7 p.m., Greene County Courthouse Steps SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7

Christmas Concert: “Sounds of the Season” 7:30 p.m., Roberts Chapel


PERFORMING ARTS SERIES THE BEEGIE ADAIR TRIO WITH SPECIAL GUEST MONICA RAMEY THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 | 7:30 P.M. GOODWIN PERFORMING ARTS CENTER Once in a while, a musician comes along with impeccable technique, deep understanding of the jazz repertoire, an innate tendency to swing and the rare ability to communicate the heart and soul of a tune to listeners. That musician is Beegie Adair. Join Beegie Adair (piano), Roger Spencer (bass) and Chris Brown (drums) with special guest Monica Ramey (vocals) for the Performing Arts Series fall offering.

Hailed as “one of the finest piano players in the world” by Entertainment News and “an accomplished artist with a delicate touch” by JazzTimes magazine, Beegie has 32 recordings to her name, counting all six projects in her box set. She has also appeared on scores of other projects throughout her extensive career. The Beegie Adair Trio recently released their first live concert album, “The Real Thing.”

ART EXHIBITIONS GUEST ART EXHIBITION: RYAN JACKSON

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, THROUGH FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11 OPENING RECEPTION: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 | 6 TO 8 P.M. BENEDUM FINE ARTS GALLERY Waynesburg University’s Benedum Art Gallery is honored to show the work of Ryan Jackson. The Rhode Island School of Design graduate has been showing in galleries and universities throughout the United States for the past twelve years. His work utilizes found images that are culled from various sources as armatures to explore painting.

“Hearing the instruments in the room with you is quite different from having a recording come into your house that was done in a studio,” Beegie explains. “There’s a special atmosphere created at live performances, and that’s the real thing.”

His recent series examines perceptions of good and evil in our world and juxtaposes human nature with the principles of God’s Word. His paintings wrestle with major events that have shaped our lives, with the illusion of power and control in a world that is in chaos and quickly passing away. His goal is to scrutinize humanity’s natural gravitation toward darkness and death, in contrast with the hope and life found in Christ.

RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED; TICKETS AVAILABLE AUGUST 12. FOR RESERVATION INFORMATION AND MORE PAS RESIDENCY OFFERINGS, VISIT: WAYNESBURG.TICKETLEAP.COM/ BEEGIE-ADAIR. CO-SPONSORS FOR THIS EVENT: THE WASHINGTON JAZZ SOCIETY & THE STEINWAY PIANO GALLERY

GALLERY HOURS ARE 9 A.M. TO 4 P.M., MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY, OR BY APPOINTMENT. CALL 724-852-3274 FOR MORE INFORMATION. FREE ADMISSION

ADMISSION: ADULTS, $15; CHILDREN UNDER 12, $5; WAYNESBURG UNIVERSITY STUDENT, FREE WITH STUDENT ID In addition to the September 12 concert, there will be a Jazz Brunch and Master Class Friday, September 13, in the Goodwin Performing Arts Center. Brunch will be served at 10:30 a.m. and Talk & Play with the Artists will begin at 11 a.m. ADMISSION: $5


ART EXHIBITIONS SENIOR ART EXHIBITION: HANNAH DUNBAR

MONDAY, OCTOBER 21, THROUGH FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15 OPENING RECEPTION: MONDAY, OCTOBER 21 | 6 TO 8 P.M. BENEDUM FINE ARTS GALLERY Hannah Dunbar’s exhibit will feature ceramics, charcoal and pencil drawings, paintings and photography pieces that she has created over her four years at Waynesburg University. Various works will be available for purchase. The Art Program at Waynesburg University allows students to mold, paint and sketch works of their imagination while providing the tools to grasp a comprehensive knowledge of techniques and history. Students hone abilities through class discussion, demonstrations and exhibits. Senior art exhibitions take place each semester to provide veteran art students with a platform to showcase the products of a practiced creative process. Students spend four years creating and preserving pieces they are most proud of for this very occasion. GALLERY HOURS ARE 9 A.M. TO 4 P.M., MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY, OR BY APPOINTMENT. CALL 724-852-3274 FOR MORE INFORMATION. FREE ADMISSION

ART EXHIBITIONS FALL SEMESTER STUDENT ART EXHIBITION

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, THROUGH FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6 BENEDUM FINE ARTS GALLERY The student art exhibition will showcase the best student work of the fall semester. The exhibit will showcase a variety of mediums including drawings, prints, ceramics, sculptures and a variety of two- and three-dimensional pieces. The pieces on display are selected by the Waynesburg University art faculty. GALLERY HOURS ARE 9 A.M. TO 4 P.M., MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY, OR BY APPOINTMENT. CALL 724-852-3274 FOR MORE INFORMATION. FREE ADMISSION


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CONSTITUTION DAY CELEBRATION: “CONSTITUTIONALLY CONDEMNED: SUSETTE KELO’S TAKINGS CLAUSE BATTLE TO KEEP HER PINK HOUSE”

FALL PLAY: “THE UNINVITED” BY TIM KELLY, FROM THE NOVEL BY DOROTHY MACARDLE

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 | NOON GOODWIN PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

Written by three Waynesburg University Stover Scholars, “Constitutionally Condemned: Susette Kelo’s Takings Clause Battle to Keep her Pink House” dramatizes the property owner Susette Kelo’s battle to keep her New London, Conn., home in the face of a redevelopment plan involving the New London and Connecticut governments and Pfizer Corporation. Kelo and her attorneys argued all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court that the development plan did not qualify as a “public use” under the U.S. Constitution’s Fifth Amendment Takings Clause, which states that, “Nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation.” Although Kelo’s constitutional challenge failed before a closely divided Supreme Court, she catalyzed a national movement to reinvigorate property rights in the United States. The play brings to life the passions and conflicts of Kelo’s case as well as the critical jurisprudential issues facing the Supreme Court. This production is directed by Edward L. Powers, professor of theater at Waynesburg University and sponsored by the Stover Center for Constitutional Studies and Moral Leadership. FREE ADMISSION

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, THROUGH SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2 | 7:30 PM GOODWIN PERFORMING ARTS CENTER Produced through special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., and directed by Edward L. Powers, professor of theater at Waynesburg University, “The Uninvited” is a ghost story about Pam Fitzgerald and her brother Roddy who, looking to get away from the rigors of London, find an old country house on the west coast of England. It is their dream house; certainly ideal. But every house comes with a history, and this house is no different. A murder may or may not have taken place there some 15 years earlier. In any case, the sound of weeping can be heard throughout as the night turns into day. Is it just the wind? Or is there someone else in the house with them? THIS PLAY IS NOT RECOMMENDED FOR SMALL CHILDREN. FREE ADMISSION; RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED FOR RESERVATIONS, CALL 724-852-3226.


LECTURES GLENN A. & JANE L. CROSBY LECTURE SERIES: TODD GREEN TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, AND THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10 | 7:30 P.M. MARSH CENTER AND GOODWIN PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

Multi-instrumentalist Todd Green will serve as the Glenn A. & Jane L. Crosby Humanities Lecture speaker. In addition to his lecture/demonstration on Tuesday, Oct. 8, in the Marsh Center, Green will present a concert, “’A World of Music with Todd Green,” Thursday, Oct. 10, in the Goodwin Performing Arts Center. Both events will begin at 7:30 p.m. Green performs original music on more than 30 acoustic string, flute and percussion instruments from all over the world, inspired by many different cultures in the Middle East, Central Asia, Far East and South America. His custom-built electronic system allows him to layer instruments as he performs, which in effect turns him into a high-tech, one-man-band of World Music. His artistic mission is to “help bring down the barriers that divide us by experiencing other cultures through their music” as he takes his audiences on a musical armchairtour of the world. Green frequently conducts college master classes and interactive school clinics and assemblies. His columns on improvisation have been published in Fingerstyle Guitar Magazine. He studied composition and arrangement at Berklee College of Music in Boston, Mass. The Glenn A. & Jane L. Crosby Lectures, funded by 1950 Magna Cum Laude graduates of Waynesburg University, Glenn A. and Jane Lichtenfels Crosby, bring to the University visiting scholars who are distinguished in their disciplines. During the visit, the scholars interact with faculty, staff and students, giving guest lectures in classes, formal presentations and informal group talks. The event culminates in a final public lecture. FREE ADMISSION

LECTURES CHRIST & CULTURE LECTURE SERIES: REV. DR. DONALD J. DAWSON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12 | 11 A.M. & 7 P.M. ROBERTS CHAPEL

The Rev. Dr. Donald J. Dawson, the director of World Mission Initiative (WMI) at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, will present his lecture, “Answering God’s Call,” as the Christ & Culture Lecture Series speaker on Tuesday, Nov. 12, at 7 p.m. In addition to his lecture, Dawson will also speak during Chapel at 11 a.m. Both events will take place in Roberts Chapel on Nov. 12. The WMI is committed to help raise a generation who will lead the church in rediscovering its identity as the sent people of God. Dawson also serves as the director of the New Wilmington Mission Conference (NWMC). The NWMC has been mobilizing the church for mission for 108 years. Dawson had 24 years of pastoral experience leading churches in mission involvement before beginning as director of the WMI and NWMC in 2000. He was pastor of the Buffalo United Presbyterian Church in Sarver, Pa., and the Hampton Presbyterian Church in Gibsonia, Pa. Dawson and his wife, Ginny, have two children and four grandchildren. FREE ADMISSION


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STOVER LECTURE SERIES: DR. CHARLES R. KESLER

STOVER LECTURE SERIES: DR. THEDA SKOCPOL

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24 | 7:30 P.M. ALUMNI HALL

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7 | 7:30 P.M. ALUMNI HALL

Dr. Charles R. Kesler, senior fellow of the Claremont Institute, editor of the “Claremont Review of Books” and professor of government at Claremont McKenna College, will speak on “President Barack Obama and the Future of Liberalism” as a Visiting Stover Constitutional Fellow Thursday, Oct. 24, at 7:30 p.m. in Alumni Hall.

Dr. Theda Skocpol, Victor S. Thomas Professor of Government and Sociology at Harvard University, will present her lecture, “President Barack Obama, the Tea Party and the Future of American Politics” as a Visiting Stover Constitutional Fellow. Professor Skocpol’s research focuses on U.S. social policy and civic engagement in American democracy, including changes since the 1960s, but is currently working on the transformations of U.S. federal policies in the Obama era. She is the author of many books, including “Obama and America’s Political Future” and “Social Policy in the United States,” and is the co-author of “Reaching for the New Deal.” Skocpol has been elected to membership in all three major U.S. interdisciplinary honor societies: the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the American Philosophical Society and the National Academy of Sciences.

Dr. Kesler is the editor of “Saving the Revolution: The Federalist Papers and the American Founding,” co-editor, with William F. Buckley, Jr., of “Keeping the Tablets: Modern American Conservative Thought” and the author of “I am the Change: Barack Obama and the Crisis of Liberalism.” He has written extensively on American constitutionalism and political thought, and his edition of “The Federalist Papers” is the best-selling edition in the country. Dr. Kesler contributes regularly to the opinion pages of The Wall Street Journal and the Los Angeles Times. His articles on contemporary politics have also appeared in “The Washington Times,” “Policy Review,” “National Review” and “The Weekly Standard,” among other journals.

Dr. Skocpol received her Ph.D. from Harvard University in 1979 and has served as Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and as Director of the Center for American Political Studies at the institution. She has served as the President of the Social Science History Association, the President of the American Political Science Association and was awarded the Johan Skytte Prize in Political Science in 2007. Dr. Skocpol is the co-founder of the Scholars Strategy Network, an organization that encourages public engagement by university-based scholars.

From 1989 to 2008, Dr. Kesler was director of the Henry Salvatori Center for the Study of Individual Freedom in the Modern World and was selected in June 2000 as a member of The Scholars Commission on the Jefferson-Hemings Issue, sponsored by The Thomas Jefferson Heritage Society. Dr. Kesler received his A.B. in social studies and his A.M. and Ph.D. in government from Harvard University. From September 2000 to March 2001, he served as vice chairman of the Advisory Committee to the U.S. Congress’s James Madison Commemoration Commission. FREE ADMISSION

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Waynesburg University’s Stover Center for Constitutional Studies and Moral Leadership, founded by Waynesburg University alumnus Dr. W. Robert Stover, is committed to creatively transforming the ethical state of the polis, bringing insights from the U.S. Constitution’s Founding Era and Christianity to bear in the contemporary public square. FREE ADMISSION PHOTO CREDIT: MARTHA STEWART


MUSIC PERFORMANCES SYMPHONIC BAND FALL CONCERT WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9 | 5:15 P.M. MARSH CENTER

This concert season, the Waynesburg University Symphonic Band begins a study of music around the globe. In connection to the Glenn A. & Jane L. Crosby Lecture Series, the band will explore wind band music from Europe, Africa, the Far East, South America and Mexico. NO RESERVATIONS ARE NECESSARY FOR THIS EVENT. FREE ADMISSION

MUSIC PERFORMANCES CHAMBER WORKS I & II

LAMPLIGHTERS TOURING CHOIR FALL CONCERT

Hosted by the Waynesburg University Music Program, this series of lunchtime concerts offers a variety of musical styles presented by the following small ensembles:

The Lamplighters Touring Choir invites you to a time of worship through song. Join us as we explore a variety of sacred musical expressions. The hour will be filled with a celebration of the many blessings we enjoy as presented by this talented 20-voice musical ensemble dedicated to serving Christ through a ministry of music.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, AND THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14 NOON MARSH CENTER

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Chamber Orchestra – Alejandro Pinzon Woodwind ensembles – Jeremy Olisar Brass Ensemble – James Cope Percussion Ensemble – Ryan Frost Jazz ensembles, Vocal and Instrumental Combos – James Cope Beauty & Barber Shop ensembles – Matthew Komula University Pipe and Drum Band – Jeremy Olisar

Chamber Works ensembles are organized each semester and are offered for collegiate fine arts class credit. These ensembles are largely student driven and receive weekly coaching by applied music faculty members. Bring your lunch and join the Music Program students for these wonderful musical events. FREE ADMISSION

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17 | 6 P.M. ROBERTS CHAPEL

NO RESERVATIONS ARE NECESSARY FOR THIS EVENT. FREE ADMISSION


MUSIC PERFORMANCES TUBACHRISTMAS

MUSIC PERFORMANCES CHRISTMAS CONCERT: “SOUNDS OF THE SEASON”

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6 | 7 P.M. GREENE COUNTY COURTHOUSE STEPS

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7 | 7:30 P.M. ROBERTS CHAPEL

Join the Waynesburg University Music Department as it presents TUBACHRISTMAS. TUBACHRISTMAS is presented throughout the world and was conceived in 1974 as a tribute to the late artist and teacher William J. Bell, born on Christmas Day in 1902. The traditional Christmas music performed at the first TUBACHRISTMAS was arranged by American composer Alec Wilder who died on December 24, 1980. Mr. Wilder composed many solo and ensemble compositions for tuba and euphonium and was a loyal supporter of every effort to improve the literature and public image of these instruments.

All Yuletide season music lovers are invited to join the Lamplighters Concert Choir and the Waynesburg University Symphonic Band for their annual Christmas concert, presented by the Waynesburg University Fine Arts Department and Music Program.

TUBACHRISTMAS is meant to “recognize musical heritage and honor all great artists and teachers whose legacy has given us high performance standards, well-structured pedagogy, professional integrity, personal values and a camaraderie envied by all other instrumentalists.” Performers will include any interested tuba, euphonium and baritone players in the area. Audience members will become part of an established tradition throughout the world and enjoy their favorite holiday tunes as never before through the rich, organ-like sound of this low-brass ensemble. FOR REGISTRATION INFORMATION, CALL 724-852-3420. REGISTRATION IS AT 4:30 P.M.; REHEARSAL IS FROM 5 TO 6:30 P.M., BOTH IN THE GOODWIN PERFORMING ARTS CENTER. FREE ADMISSION

If you attended last year’s holiday offering, plan to join us again! If you have not had the opportunity to hear these marvelous large ensembles in a while, you are especially invited. You will be sure to enjoy the mix of holiday standards along with arrangements of works you have not experienced before. After the concert, be sure to visit with students and faculty at the reception in the Marsh Center, hosted by the Waynesburg University Music Program. Merry Christmas, everyone! DOORS WILL OPEN AT 7 PM. NO RESERVED SEATING. FREE ADMISSION


SPECIAL EVENTS HOMECOMING WEEKEND

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, THROUGH SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5

DIRECTIONS HEADING SOUTH FROM PITTSBURGH:

From I-79 south, take Exit 19, Ruff Creek. Continue past the Ruff Creek General Store for approximately five miles through the countryside. Upon the entrance of the town of Waynesburg, stay to the right and continue down the hill. Continue one block past the Presbyterian Church (on your left), and make a left onto Wayne Street. At the stop sign, continue straight ahead. The Marisa Fieldhouse will be situated on your right. At the stop sign, make a left onto Washington Street. At the next block, turn left onto College Street. Miller Hall is the second building on the right. Continue to the end of Campus Buildings 1 Benedum Hall the block and turn right onto Morris Street Campus Campus Buildings 1A Buildings Fine Arts Center 2 1 Buhl Humanities Benedum HallBuilding 1 Benedum Hall (Rt. 19N). Make the next immediate right 31A Burns Hall* Arts Center 1A Fine ArtsFine Center 4 Carl D. Johnson Commons 2 Buhl Humanities Building 2 Buhl Humanities Building into the parking lot. 5 Center for Research and Economic 3 Hall* Burns Hall* 3 Burns 3

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Reconnect with friends and network with fellow Waynesburg alumni as you celebrate Homecoming 2013. Don’t miss class reunions, athletic events, a 5K walk/run, campus tours, fireworks and more.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9 | 8 A.M. TO 3 P.M. GOODWIN PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

This event is described as “a fine arts immersion weekend.” It is geared for all fine arts students, grades 9 through 12, and features a series of workshops, master classes and competitions in all areas of the fine arts: art, music (vocal and instrumental) and theatre. Waynesburg University faculty members and guest artists will present a variety of topics advantageous to every high school student preparing for collegiate auditions. Each attendee will leave the event with a wealth of information to take back to his or her high school’s fine arts program. Hosted by the Waynesburg University Fine Arts Department, this collaborative event is intended to promote participation, education and skills in all the fine arts. FOR REGISTRATION INFORMATION, CALL 724-852-7638.

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