Rebecca Campbell: You are Here

Kwan Fong Gallery

Rebecca Campbell's project You are Here features a series of portraits of women artists working in Los Angeles. 

Et in Arcadia Ego

William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art

The title of a 17th-century painting by Nicolas Poussin Et in Arcadia Ego can be translated, “Even in Arcadia, there am I,” a phrase rich with possible meanings. The exhibition explores the timeless myth of Arcadia as it has been represented by artists and writers.

Harold Stoner Clark Lectures
Paul B. Thompson: Probing Future Foods

Samuelson Chapel

Paul Thompson will probe the question of how we can bring ethics to bear on the types of change that are shaping the food systems of the future.

Faculty Recital: Micah Wright
Solo Clarinet Recital

Samuelson Chapel

Cal Lutheran University adjunct faculty member Micah Wright will present a solo clarinet recital.

The Passion of Robert Oelbermann
The Persecution of Homosexuals in Nazi Germany, Samuel Torvend

Overton Hall

Samuel Torvend will show how the tentative emancipation of sexual minorities was undone by an ideology rooted in fear of the other, and how persecuted people struggled to lean into life in Nazi Germany. 

Faculty Recital: Yoshika Masuda

Samuelson Chapel

Award-winning cellist Yoshika Masuda will perform a captivating selection of works written for cello and piano spanning three centuries.

Painting Demonstration with Rebecca Campbell
Artists and Speakers Series

Kwan Fong Gallery

Rebecca Campbell will demonstrate portrait painting amid her exhibit You are Here.

American Hookup: The New Culture of Sex on Campus
Lisa Wade, Ph.D.

Richter Hall

In this presentation about her new book, Lisa Wade will focus on the effects of 'hookup culture' on college students, especially those who are racial and sexual minorities, to examine issues of sociocultural power and privilege.

The Modern Presidency
Artists and Speakers Series Presentation by Bruce Schulman

Ullman Commons 100/101

Bruce Schulman, William E. Huntington Professor of History at Boston University, will discuss the American presidency in the last 60 years.

Wind Ensemble Concert

Samuelson Chapel

The Wind Ensemble's annual Spring Concert will feature the full spectrum of talent among the woodwind, brass and percussion members.