Join students, faculty, staff, and community members for a night with student performances and the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. Free. RSVP. Danforth Campus, South 40, right outside of Bears Den. 314-935-5040.
The panel will focus on the Justice Index, a criminal justice reform resource launched by the National Center for Access to Justice (NCAJ). Presented by Gephardt Inst., Brown School and Law School. RSVP by noon, Sept. 24. See details. Danforth University Center, Room 276.
(Sept. 24-28) National Voter Registration Day is Tuesday, Sept. 25, but the Gephardt Inst. for Civic and Community Engagement is expanding it to a whole week at WashU. Voter registration drives will be available in the DUC, BD, Village, Olin Library, Law School, and Medical Campus at various points during the week. See details online.
With guest, Damien Francoeur-Krzyzek, piano. 560 Music Center, Pillsbury Theatre.
vs. Wheaton (IL). Video. Francis Field.
Join alumni, students, and friends on campus for a fun-filled day. 11 a.m. BBQ lunch and children’s activities. Field House, Athletics Complex. 1 p.m. Kickoff: WashU vs. Carthage College, Francis Field. See details and register online. (Cost: $15 adult / $5 child (ages 6-12) / $5 WashU student with valid ID. Includes lunch and ticket to the game.)
Ensemble fuses intricate compositions and jazz improvisation with electronica, progressive rock, and hip-hop. 560 Music Center, Pillsbury Theatre.
An illustrated presentation by Francesc Ferrer, physics. Co-sponsored by McDonnell Center for the Space Sciences and NASA’s Missouri Space Grant Consortium. Danforth Campus, McDonnell Hall, Room 162.
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Exhibits and Ongoing Events
University Libraries’ Julian Edison Dept. of Special Collections is proud to announce a new exhibit dedicated to Marvel Comics’ Black Panther. Now on display in Olin Library next to the grand staircase, Level 1. See details online.
An exhibit of a rare copy of the Declaration of Independence is on permanent display in an exhibit chamber in Olin Library. Read more about this historical treasure in the Q&A with Cassie Brand, University Libraries’ curator of rare books. NEW — There will be a talk on July 3 at 1 p.m. by history and law professor David Konig about the history of this document. Talk and reception in Olin Library, Room 142.
The Dept. of Special Collections presents the inaugural exhibition of the Jack E. and Debbie T. Thomas Gallery on Level 1 of Olin Library pays tribute to seven influential WashU alumni whose work has enriched their respective professions and communities. On view through Dec. 20.
John M Olin Library now has increased space to highlight the Libraries’ Special Collections to promote cultural and intellectual enrichment. The Newman Tower of Collections and Exploration spans four stories of Olin Library, including Risa’s Landing, named in honor of Risa Zwerling Wrighton, that is a collaborative study space located on Level 2. (See details online.)
“Making a Monster,” an exhibit of rare books, shines a light on the intellectual forces that shaped Frankenstein, from his childhood through his university days. The exhibit is on view through Jan. 22 in the Becker Library’s Glaser Gallery, 7th floor. It is free and open to the public.
In celebration of his remarkable 36-year tenure at Sam Fox School, the Des Lee Gallery presents this exhibition featuring artwork by Strembicki and 29 alumni with whom he has worked closely. On view from Oct. 5 through Nov. 10. Opening reception on Friday, Oct. 5, from 5 to 7 p.m. Des Lee Gallery, 1627 Washington Ave., St. Louis 63103. 314-621-8735.