FREE Shuttle to/from DFW Airport for Thanksgiving Break Tuesday, 11-26 11am, 1pm, 3pm, 5pm in front of Union Wednesday, 11-27 7am, 9am, 11am, 1pm in front of Union Sunday, 12-1 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm, 6pm, 7pm DFW Gate C2 (lower-level) SGA is not responsible for missed flights or missed shuttles. Please allow extra time to get to/from the airport when using this service.
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Fort Worth Contemporary Arts presents:
KATE GILMORE Between a Hard Place November 2 – December 14, 2013 Opening reception Saturday, November 2, 6-8 pm
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“Kate Gilmore’s videos and performances involve carefully-crafted constructions that, through a series of physical challenges and self-imposed obstacles, are demolished or made to self-destruct.” Fort Worth Contemporary Arts The Art Galleries at TCU
2900 W. Berry Street Fort Worth, TX 76109 theartgalleries.tcu.edu 817.257.2588
What would you do with $500? Enter and win this name contest and you just might have to decide.
Contest Sponsored by Tarrant County Challenge and the TCU Alcohol & Drug Educa on Center.
HEY YOU! Yes, you in the purple – we’re talking to you! There’s a new volunteer organiza on coming to the TCU Campus, and this new Frog assembly needs YOUR help ﬁnding its name. Here’s some insight on the group to guide your brilliant ideas:
The focus of the Community Coali on Project will be to mobilize the TCU campus and surrounding community as a united advocate for substance use awareness. The coali on will advocate for responsible decision making and healthy lifestyle choices par cularly in regards to alcohol and drugs. This will be done through both campus and community events pro-‐ mo ng educa on and awareness as well as through a dynamic social norms campaign that will mar-‐ ket areas where young adults are making wise choices and debunk popular myths such as “everybody’s doing it.” The coali on will be made up of TCU students, parents, faculty, staﬀ, local business leaders, health professionals, public oﬃcials, religious and fraternal organiza ons and many others.
Oh, and did we men on that the new coali on will demonstrate its gratefulness for the snazzy name with a
$500 VISA GIFT CARD PRIZE (Are your crea ve juices suddenly ﬂowing? We certainly hope so.)?
Perks and Protocol:
Contest open only to students of TCU. More than one entry per person is encouraged! Acronyms do rock our world, but are not required (rocking our world is). Entries or ques ons regarding this name game may be submi ed via email to Tiara Nugent at firstname.lastname@example.org. Entries must be submi ed no later than Nov. 26.
Include your name, major, year, and contact informa on (we’d hate to be stuck with your $500 Visa gi
a er all) with your submission. Winner will be contacted on or before the last day of the Fall 2013 semester.
One + One = Four Take FNRT 20203 – Dance and Music: Living Art, Living Culture and earn two core curriculum designations: FA and CA Take the FNRT + POSC and earn four: FA/CA and SSC/GA Through the Dynasty to Democracy Summer Study Abroad program, it is possible to come away with four core curriculum designations from two courses through one magical experience of three European capitals: Budapest, Prague and Vienna. June 17-July 11 You do not have to be a dance, music or political science major to sign up for this tour! Dance and Music: Living Art, Living Culture: take a look into the culture of Budapest, Prague and Vienna – the former Habsburg Empire – through the eyes of its artists, past and present. This course of study spans three central European cities over three and a half weeks time in June/July 2014. Students will gain information from experiences in the artistic disciplines of dance and music, through a lens of history and culture. This study abroad adventure will introduce students to performance, creation, observation, and the development of a critical language with which to engage intellectually as an audience member or in conversation with an artist. Students will explore a range of perspectives that define the cultural and historical forces that impact the development of national identity. Through first-hand experiences at each site, students will use that information to analyze classical and contemporary manifestations of the dance and music works made and performed during and after Communist rule. Set inside the established study abroad experience “Dynasty to Democracy”, students in this course will meet and interact with artists in these disciplines who have lived inside of Communist regimes, and beyond. They will situate themselves inside of these societies: living art, living culture.
What do I gain from this? >An enchanting experience in three of Europe’s most elegant cities >Living and learning on site >Classical, contemporary and folk dance – meeting the artists, seeing performances >A multidisciplinary approach - everyone engages in dance, art, music, culture, politics, and economics through lectures, visits with artists, performances >A unique opportunity to be inspired! >Core credit for Fine Arts (HEE) and/or Cultural Awareness (HMVV) OH and…visit castles and museums, cruise the Danube, climb every mountain. . . This study abroad experience is a joint venture between Fine Arts and Political Science. Students may sign up for FNRT 20203 (3 credit hrs. – FA and CA) and/or POSC 35723 or 40970 (3 credit hrs. – SSC and GA). Enrollment is limited; we recommend that you sign up by December 1st to ensure a place in the course. If you are interested in going but cannot sign up until January, contact one of us: Elizabeth Gillaspy, Associate Professor of Ballet email@example.com Susan Douglas Roberts, Professor of Dance firstname.lastname@example.org School for Classical & Contemporary Dance Manochehr Dorraj, Professor of Political Science email@example.com Department of Political Science FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE TO STUDENTS WHO QUALIFY: APPLY THIS FALL
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