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October 1, 2012

Monday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

October 2, 2012

Tuesday
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04:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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05:00 P

Women's Tennis: Regis vs. Becker

Location: Regis College

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07:00 P

Women's Volleyball: Regis vs. Newbury

Location: Regis College

The Pride supports cancer research by participating in its annual Pink Day.

October 3, 2012

Wednesday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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04:00 P

Men's Soccer: Regis vs. Anna Maria

Location: Regis College

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07:00 P

Field Hockey: Regis vs. Salve Regina

Location: Regis College

October 4, 2012

Thursday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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07:30 P

Women's Tennis: Regis @ Lesley

Location: Buckingham Browne & Nichols

October 5, 2012

Friday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

October 6, 2012

Saturday
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Field Hockey: Regis vs. Becker

Location: Regis College

The Pride supports cancer research by participating in its annual Pink Day.

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10:00 A

Men's Tennis: Pride Invitational

Location: Regis College

The Pride hosts several local schools in its annual men's tennis invitational tournament.

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12:00 P

Women's Volleyball: Regis @ Bay Path

Location: Bay Path College

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12:30 P

Men's Soccer: Regis vs. Newbury

Location: Regis College

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01:00 P

Women's Soccer: Regis @ Mitchell

Location: Mitchell College

October 8, 2012

Monday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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12:00 P

Run the Tufts 10K with Regis

Location: Boston Common

Be part of the Regis team and run the Tufts 10K for Women. Let's show Boston some Regis Pride!

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01:00 P

Women's Tennis: Regis @ Bay Path

Location: Bay Path College

October 9, 2012

Tuesday
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Columbus Day (No Classes) Extended Holiday Weekend

Location:

Classes resume at 4:30 p.m. today

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04:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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11:00 A

Red Cross Blood Drive

Location: USU

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04:30 P

Field Hockey: Regis vs. Daniel Webster

Location: Regis College

October 10, 2012

Wednesday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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04:00 P

Men's Soccer: Regis @ Daniel Webster

Location: Daniel Webster College

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05:00 P

Women's Tennis: Regis vs. Newbury

Location: Regis College

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06:00 P

Women's Soccer: Regis vs. Newbury

Location: Regis College

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07:00 P

Noted Journalist and Author to Speak on Nelson Mandela

Location: Spellman Museum

Award-winning journalist and author Charlene Smith will speak on her friendship with South African leader Nelson Mandela and share sections from her two books Mandela, In Celebration of a Great Life (published in 1999 and re-released this year) and Mandela and America published last month. In 1991 when Mandela was released after 27 years in jail, Smith, who was then a prominent political journalist in South Africa, helped find accommodation for his second night of freedom. She was also the only journalist to interview him four times in his first week of freedom. Mandela also worked directly with her on her new book. Smith is recognized as an authority on southern African politics and on Mandela. She also has significant expertise in HIV and AIDS, reporting on violent conflict, and counseling those who have experienced violent trauma. Smith has authored 14 books.

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08:00 P

Women's Volleyball: Regis @ Lesley

Location: Buckingham Browne & Nichols

October 11, 2012

Thursday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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08:00 P

Comedian

Location: LSU

October 12, 2012

Friday
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'Taken 2'-Night out at the movies!

Location: AMC Framingham

Join us for a bus trip off campus for a free screening of Taken 2!

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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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03:30 P

Field Hockey: Regis @ Bay Path

Location: Bay Path College

October 13, 2012

Saturday
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Barrett's Haunted Mansion

Location: Bus outside of the USU

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09:30 A

Graduate Program Information Session (All Programs)

Location: College Hall, Room 202

Join us to learn about the many graduate degree and certificate programs at Regis College. Each graduate program will be represented and you will have the opportunity to meet with our Program Directors and Admission Counselors to gather specific information about your program of interest.

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10:00 A

Women's Volleyball: Regis @ Mount Ida

Location: Mount Ida College

The Pride takes part in a tri-match with Mount Ida and Curry College.

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12:00 P

Men's Soccer: Regis vs. Becker

Location: Regis College

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12:00 P

Women's Volleyball: Regis vs. Curry College

Location: Mount Ida College

The Pride takes part in a tri-match with Mount Ida and Curry College.

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01:00 P

Women's Tennis: Regis @ Mitchell

Location: Mitchell College

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02:30 P

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07:30 P

Barrett's Haunted Mansion Trip

Location: Bus Pick-Up In Circle Outside USU

October 14, 2012

Sunday
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01:00 P

Beach Volleyball Tournament

Location: Outdoor Volleyball Courts

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01:00 P

Boston Civic Symphony Orchestra: Family Concert — a Pirate's Life - Instrument Petting Zoo

Location: Casey Theatre

Arrrgh, it’s a pirate’s life! Join Max Hobart and the Boston Civic Symphony Orchestra for their opening family concert. WBZ radio personality Jordan Rich will be our host. Music students from Weston High School will join the orchestra in music for two orchestras. Twelve-year old cellist Zlatomir Fung will be our soloist. Music from Pirates of the Caribbean, The Black Pearl and Hook; Strauss—2001: Fanfare from Thus Sprach Zarathustra; JC Bach—Sinfonia in D for Double Orchestra; Mozart—Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (Guest Artists: Members of the Weston High School Chamber Orchestra, Christopher Memoli, director/guest conductor); Feinstein—The Little Engine That Could—Based on the classic book by Watty Piper; Popper—Hungarian Rhapsody (Zlatomir Fung, cello)

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02:00 P

Boston Civic Symphony Orchestra: Family Concert — a Pirate's Life

Location: Casey Theatre

Arrrgh, it’s a pirate’s life! Join Max Hobart and the Boston Civic Symphony Orchestra for their opening family concert. WBZ radio personality Jordan Rich will be our host. Music students from Weston High School will join the orchestra in music for two orchestras. Twelve-year old cellist Zlatomir Fung will be our soloist. Music from Pirates of the Caribbean, The Black Pearl and Hook; Strauss—2001: Fanfare from Thus Sprach Zarathustra; JC Bach—Sinfonia in D for Double Orchestra; Mozart—Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (Guest Artists: Members of the Weston High School Chamber Orchestra, Christopher Memoli, director/guest conductor); Feinstein—The Little Engine That Could—Based on the classic book by Watty Piper; Popper—Hungarian Rhapsody (Zlatomir Fung, cello)

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02:00 P

French Film Festival - The Artist

Location: College Hall, Room 202

Come to a free screning of The Artist, the movie that won the 2012 Oscar for Best Picture! Synopsis - A silent movie star meets a young dancer, but the arrival of talking pictures sends their careers in opposite directions. You'll laugh, you'll cry, and the dog will steal your heart! This event is part of The Tournees Festival and sponsored by a grant from the French American Cultural Exchange.

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04:00 P

Patriot's Game

Location: LSU

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09:00 P

Powderpuff Football

Location: Athletic Fields

October 15, 2012

Monday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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04:00 P

Meet Dean Malcolm Asadoorian

Location: Graduate Student Lounge, 1st Floor College Hall

Come meet the new Dean of the School of Liberal Arts, Education, and Social Sciences, Dr. Malcolm Asadoorian. Enjoy a snack and mingle with students and faculty. Learn more about the SLAESS programs as well!

October 16, 2012

Tuesday
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04:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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06:00 P

Field Hockey: Regis vs. Rivier

Location: Regis College

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06:00 P

French Film Festival - 17 Filles

Location: College Hall, Room 202

Come to a free screening of 17 Filles. Synopsis - 17 schoolmates in Brittany, France decide to become pregnant at the same time. Sound familiar? This film was based on the story that came out of Gloucester, Massachusetts. This event is part of the Tournees Festival and sponsored by a grant from the French American Cultural Exchange.

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07:00 P

Women's Volleyball: Regis @ Becker

Location: Becker College

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08:00 P

Women's Soccer: Regis @ Lesley

Location: Buckingham Browne & Nichols

October 17, 2012

Wednesday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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05:30 P

Maggie Paul

Location: Casey Theatre

Maggie Paul is a native Bostonian. After moving to New York and working for ten years on Madison Avenue in publishing and advertising, Maggie completed her bachelor of arts in English at Rutgers University. She earned her master of arts in literature from Tufts University and a master of fine arts in writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts. The mother of a daughter and son, Maggie lives in Santa Cruz, Calif., where she teaches writing and social justice at Cabrillo College and De Anza College. Her collection of poems, titled Borrowed World, was published last year by Hummingbird Press.

October 18, 2012

Thursday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

October 19, 2012

Friday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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07:00 P

October 20, 2012

Saturday
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10:00 A

Head of the Charles

Location: Pick-up outside Alumnae Hall

Join us on a bus trip into Boston to watch the Head of the Charles Regatta, the world's largest two-day rowing event!

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11:00 A

Field Hockey: Regis @ Anna Maria

Location: Anna Maria College

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11:00 A

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12:00 P

Women's Volleyball: Regis @ Elms

Location: Elms College

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01:00 P

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04:00 P

October 22, 2012

Monday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

October 23, 2012

Tuesday
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04:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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06:00 P

French Film Festival - Les Emotifs Anonymes

Location: College Hall, Room 202

Come to a free screening of the film Les Emotifs Anonymes (Romantics Anonymous). Synopsis - What happens when a man and a woman share a common passion? They fall in love. And this is what happens to Jean-René, the boss of a small chocolate factory, and Angélique, a gifted chocolate maker he has just hired. This event is part of The Tournees Festival and sponsored by a grant from the French American Cultural Exchange.

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07:00 P

Field Hockey: Regis @ Elms

Location: Elms College

October 24, 2012

Wednesday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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04:00 P

Men's Soccer: Regis @ Wheelock

Location: Pine Manor College

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06:30 P

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07:00 P

Curator of Boston Sports Museum to Speak on His Book About the History of Fenway Park

Location: Spellman Museum

Although the Red Sox are not in the playoffs this year, come and help end the season on a positive note by learning more about the great history of Boston's one hundred year-old park. Richard Johnson, author and Curator of the Boston Sports Museum, will talk about his book and all the great sports events that have happened at Fenway. See how much your really know about the park. His book, Field of our Fathers, An Illustrated History of Fenway Park, is considered the definitive illustrated history of the Park and includes not only great photographs but images of many nostalgic items. This comprehensive volume includes first-hand accounts of the many baseball and non-baseball events that have characterized the park since the days of Tris Speaker and Babe Ruth. Johnson captures the essence of a beloved ball yard, which has been, and will continue to be, both a defacto community center and a witness to a wide variety of unforgettable sporting and non-sporting events.

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07:00 P

October 25, 2012

Thursday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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06:00 P

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07:00 P

Women's Soccer: Regis @ Wheelock

Location: The Winsor School

October 26, 2012

Friday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

October 27, 2012

Saturday
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12:00 P

Women's Soccer: Regis vs. Becker

Location: Regis College

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01:00 P

Field Hockey: Regis @ Wheelock

Location: The Winsor School

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01:00 P

Men's Soccer: Regis @ Mitchell

Location: Mitchell College

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01:00 P

Women's Volleyball: Regis vs. Wheelock

Location: Regis College

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02:00 P

Garry Krinsky: Toying with Science

Location: Casey Theatre

It has been said that Garry Krinsky resembles a living cartoon with his animated movement and non-stop energy. Toying with Science is a fast-paced, varied, and dynamic program. Commissioned by and developed with the Museum of Science in Boston, this performance explores among other things, the scientific principles of gravity, leverage, fulcrums, and simple machines. Combining circus skills, mime, original music, and audience involvement, Garry and his audience investigate basic scientific information and delve into the imaginations of scientists who explore our world.

October 28, 2012

Sunday
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