Events

Fall 2015

Attendance of indidcated follow-up events required for credit

FALL SEMESTER FRESHMEN: Attend 2 “major events” & at least 3 other activities.

Date

Time & Place

Activity

Comments

September 9
Major Activity

Quick Center for the Arts (Fairfield  University)
7PM

Play: Everyman, National Theatre Live in HD

Limited to 25 students. $10 Deposit (to be returned upon attendance). 
Transportation will be arranged. 
Prof. Bailey will lead follow-up discussion.

September 16

Schine
6:30PM
Film: Vertigo

The film is part of our “doubles” series and will be followed by a brief discussion. Pizza.

September 21

Schine
6:30PM
Film: Obsession

The film is part of our “doubles” series and will be followed by a brief discussion. Pizza.

October 14

Schine
6:30PM
Film: Persona

The film is part of our “doubles” series and will be followed by a brief discussion. Pizza.

October 17
Major Activity

All Day New York Trip: Museums, park, urban exploration, etc.

Limited to 50 students. Transportation details will be announced. Follow-up pizza lunch debrief.

October 19 - 23
Major Activity

All Week UNPLUGGED

One Device-free Week. Details to follow.

October 22
Major Activity

Quick Center for the Arts (Fairfield University)
7PM
Play: Hamlet, National Theatre Live in HD

Limited to 20 students. $10 Deposit (to be returned upon attendance) Transportation will be arranged. Prof. Staples will lead follow-up discussion.

November 18

Schine
6:30PM
Film: Mulholland Drive

The film is part of our “doubles” series and will be followed by a brief discussion. Pizza.

Additional Opportunities for Credit:

  • Sophomore LLC students will be organizing additional activities during the course of the semester. I will announce these through Blackboard. They will include panel discussions, intellectually challenging competitions, social events, etc. Do not rely on these events for “Major Activity Credit”!
  • Participate in a service activity through Community Connections LLC (Contact Prof. Ekeh in the Department of Theology & Religious Studies).
  • Attend an off-campus cultural event (get Prof. Knies’ approval first)
  • Attend all 4 of the films in our “doubles series” and participate in after-film discussions.