Events - 6 Oct 22


Exhibition: Oct 6-27

The theory of quantum mechanics suggests that all possible outcomes deriving from every circumstance are carried out within their own distinct universes. This series is a visual exploration of collisions within the multiverse, where parallel lives are fleetingly merged into one. Memories and formative experiences are slammed together in cyclical layers, revealing unseen and imagined narratives. The purpose of the work is to engage the community in inclusive and meaningful discussions regarding the construction of social and personal identity and how both are in an ongoing process of creation and destruction.

Art Gallery, Hansen Hall 121

Thursday, October 6 – Thursday, October 27
All Day

Depression is a serious issue for college students. National Depression Screening Day provides free anonymous screenings for a variety of mental health concerns including depression, generalized anxiety disorder, bipolar disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder, as well as referral to treatment resources. Hosted by the Advising and Counseling Office.

Buescher Hall, Atrium

Thursday, October 6
10:00 am - 1:00 pm

October 6 • 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. • HS 100

With October being Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the Psychology and Sociology Departments present this Forum. This presentation will feature the A.L.I.V.E. agency of Union, MO providing awareness of the incidence of domestic violence, the support to help the victims of that violence, and the services provided to achieve those goals.  A representative from the local Prosecuting Attorney’s Office will discuss the legal services available to the victims of violence. There will also be counselors to inform the community of the therapeutic and support services available to help individuals and families start the process of healing.

Thursday, October 6
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

October 6 • 7:30 p.m. • Theatre
By: Stephen Gregg              Directed by: Grace Austin

An incomprehensible event: every person in the audience of a high school play falls unconscious — every person but one.  Using interviews with witnesses, loved ones, first responders, and the investigators pursuing the case, a theatre ensemble brings the story of the strange event to life, documentary-style.  But as the strands weave together into an increasingly dangerous web, it becomes clear that this phenomenon might not be entirely in the past.  Unnerving, exhilarating, and wildly inventive, you’ve never walked into anything quite like Trap.

Rated PG for frightening situations

Thursday, October 6
7:30 pm

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