Photographers: Emma Pulido ’14, Simon Sanggaard ’15, Samuel Naden ‘;15, David Turner

Lots is happening everywhere you look as the end of the semester rapidly approaches: The Institute for Global Citizenship (IGC) held its second annual Celebration of Macalester’s Global Citizens; Macalester Macalester NeuroClub members attended the annual Minnesota Neuromodulation Symposium in Minneapolis last week; Students enjoyed beautiful weather on the patio in front of the Campus Center last week; The opening reception of Mac’s annual student art show took place April 11 in the Law Warschaw Gallery, Janet Wallace Fine Arts Center; Mac@Night held a carnival in the library on Saturday night; Afrika! Week African Bazaar, featuring the cultural artifacts and clothing of several African countries, was held on the lawn in front of Old Main; Afrika! Week also featured a musical and dance showcase at the Campus Center; Studio art professor Ruthann Godollei delivered her inaugural lecture as the Dewitt Wallace Professor of Art Friday afternoon in the Mairs Concert Hall; Theatre and Dance presented  In the Blood, a 1999 play by Obie-award-winning American playwright Suzan-Lori Parks, directed by THDA’s Harry Waters Jr.

April 14 2014

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