September 17, 2018

Events for the next four weeks

Here is an early list of events happening at the West Lafayette campus in the four weeks (Monday through Sunday) after the current week. As other events become known, they will be added each Monday.

Other Purdue Today calendar documents
Events this week (events and exhibitions)
Ongoing series and opportunities
Deadlines for faculty and staff

Week 1: Sept. 24-30
Week 2: Oct. 1-7
Week 3: Oct. 8-14
Week 4: Oct. 15-21

Week 1: Sept. 24-30

Monday, Sept. 24

-- Charles Rolls and Henry Royce Lecture Series. "Innovations on the Horizon of Flight." Dana "Keoki" Jackson, chief technology officer, Lockheed Martin. Organizer: School of Aeronautics and Astronautics. 5:30-6:30 p.m. STEW, Fowler Hall. Article

-- Participatory drama: "Defamation" by Todd Logan. Organizer: Division of Diversity and Inclusion with others. Scenario presented; audience acts as jury. Designed as occasion to examine issues of race, gender, class and the law. 7 p.m. STEW, Loeb Playhouse. Article including list of numerous other sponsors

Tuesday, Sept. 25

-- Scale Up Conference. Theme: "Innovations in Agriculture: Scaling Up to Reach Millions." Day 1 of 3. Primarily for academic, research and business people. An event in the Sustainable Economy & Planet theme of the Ideas Festival, the centerpiece of Purdue's yearlong Giant Leaps Sesquicentennial Campaign. Organizers: Purdue Agriculture, African Development Bank. Check-in: 1-4 p.m.; program at 4 p.m. Opening session includes keynote by Akinwumi Adesina, president of the African Development Bank and Purdue alumnus. Stewart Center, Loeb Playhouse (Keynote session free and open to the public.) News release with link to registration and more

-- World Film Forum: "Butterfly's Tongue" (1999, animated historical drama, 130 minutes, Spain, English subtitles). Presenter: Niall Peach, Ph.D. student in Spanish literature, School of Languages and Cultures. 7:30 p.m. West Lafayette Public Library, 208 W. Columbia St. Free. (Other film Oct. 2.) Article

Wednesday, Sept. 26

-- Forbes AgTech Summit - Indianapolis. Invitation only. Day 1 of 2 connected events. 8 a.m. Eiteljorg Museum and tour sites. Forbes article

-- Giant Leaps Series: "The Current Supreme Court Nomination and Evolving Arguments in American Politics." Moderated by President Mitch Daniels. Discussion by Ben Domenech, publisher of The Federalist and co-founder of Redstate, and Ezra Klein, editor-at-large and founder of Vox. 6:15 p.m. STEW, Fowler Hall. News release | Calendar

-- Disability Rights, Culture and History: Workshop Series. "Death by a Thousand Paper Cuts: Ableism and Microaggressions." Organizer: Disability Resource Center. 6:30-8:30 p.m. WALC, Room 3148. Refreshments, live captioning (CART). (Other dates in series: Oct. 24; Nov. 5, 19; Dec. 3.) Article

-- "By the Way, Meet Vera Stark" by Lynn Nottage. Purdue Theatre. Directed by Ameenah Kaplan, guest director. Racial stereotypes are skewered when a Hollywood star and her maid both win roles in the same film. 7:30 p.m. Pao Hall, Carole and Gordon Mallett Theatre. Performances also at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 27, 28, 29; also at 2:30 p.m. Sept. 30. Tickets: public, $19.50; student, $12.50; senior (62+), $15.50. Theatre season

Thursday, Sept. 27

-- Forbes AgTech Summit - Indianapolis. Invitation only. Day 2 of 2 connected events. Purdue University Innovation Showcase and plenary sessions. Speakers include Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb and President Mitch Daniels. 7:30 breakfast; 8:30 a.m. program. White River State Park. Forbes article

-- Road to Retirement presentations. Designed for benefits-eligible employees age 50 and older. Organizer: Human Resources. Presentations by/about Fidelity, PERF, PURA/retiree health plan options, Social Security, TIAA-CREF; HSA tips and marketplace options for those not yet eligible for Medicare; attend any or all. 8 a.m.-5 p.m. STEW, rooms 302, 306 and 310. Attend sessions as you wish; no registration needed. Four hours of attendance, in-person or virtual, meets a requirement for the Healthy Boiler incentive. Article

-- Resource Fair. For all Purdue employees. Organizers: Administrative and Professional Staff Advisory Committee and Clerical and Service Staff Advisory Committee. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. PMU, South Ballroom. With several dozen campus and area displays/representatives. Article

-- Purdue Farmers Market. Organizer: Office of Campus Master Planning and Sustainability. Fresh fruits and vegetables, meats, freshly prepared lunches, more. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. August through October. North end of Memorial Mall. Suggested parking is Grant Street Garage (pay or "A" permit) or lot between Marsteller and Sheetz at Wood Street ("A" permit). Article with information about other local farmers markets. Updates etc.:  Facebook | Twitter

-- Listening session: Learning management system. For faculty, staff, students; all Purdue campuses. Organizer: LMS task force for WL campus. Sessions occasioned by end of company tech support for Blackboard Learn; sessions are part of Purdue's "What do we need?" review. 1-2:30 p.m. Córdova Recreational Sports Center, Feature Gym. Article (Other WL sessions Oct. 19, Nov. 12; others possible)

-- Continuing lecturer policies: A town hall meeting. For the campus community. Organizer: Office of the Provost. 2-3 p.m. STEW, Room 206. Article

-- Leonora Woodman Lecture. Anna Brickhouse, professor and director of American studies at the University of Virginia. Organizer: Department of English. 4:30 p.m. Krannert Building, Krannert Auditorium (Room 140). Website

-- "By the Way, Meet Vera Stark" by Lynn Nottage. Purdue Theatre. Directed by Ameenah Kaplan, guest director. Racial stereotypes are skewered when a Hollywood star and her maid both win roles in the same film. 7:30 p.m. Pao Hall, Carole and Gordon Mallett Theatre. Performances also at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 28, 29; also at 2:30 p.m. Sept. 30. Tickets: public, $19.50; student, $12.50; senior (62+), $15.50. Theatre season

Friday, Sept. 28

-- Symposium: "Technological Innovations for Optimal Aging." Organizers: Center on Aging and the Life Course; with Purdue University Retirees Association. Keynote: Wendy A. Rogers, the Shahid and Ann Carlson Khan Professor of Applied Health Sciences, University of Illinois. 8 a.m.-noon. STEW, Room 214. Free but registration required; email calc@purdue.edu.

-- Symposium: Institute for Drug Discovery. Major addresses, quick talks, poster sessions, more. 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. STEW, Room 218. Registration required.

-- "By the Way, Meet Vera Stark" by Lynn Nottage. Purdue Theatre. Directed by Ameenah Kaplan, guest director. Racial stereotypes are skewered when a Hollywood star and her maid both win roles in the same film. 7:30 p.m. Pao Hall, Carole and Gordon Mallett Theatre. Performances also at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 29; also at 2:30 p.m. Sept. 30. Tickets: public, $19.50; student, $12.50; senior (62+), $15.50. Theatre season

-- Alfredo Rodriguez Trio. Elegant, vibrant Cuba-rooted jazz. Organizer: Purdue Convocations. 8 p.m. STEW, Loeb Playhouse. Tickets: $20-$26. Pre-show meetup at 7 p.m. in PMU, 1869 Tap Room. Event

Saturday, Sept. 29

-- Kids cooking classes. For children whose family is affiliated with Purdue, as defined by Recreation & Wellness. Two sessions: A) 10-11 a.m. for ages 5-8; B) 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. for ages 9-12. Córdova Recreational Sports Center, Demonstration Kitchen. Cost: $10. Register by the Friday before the Saturday session. Article including foods for each of the three fall sessions

-- Ouibache Music Festival featuring Black Voices of Inspiration (a Black Cultural Center ensemble). Inaugural festival; theme is "American Roots Music," from bluegrass to gospel to Cajun and more. Noon. Tippecanoe County Amphitheater, 4449 North River Road. BCC

-- Volleyball (women's) vs. Wisconsin. 7 p.m. Brees Center, Belin Court in Holloway Gymnasium. Tickets: adult, $12; youth, $8; Purdue student, $3-$5; groups of 20 or more, call 765-494-3325. Sport | Tickets

-- Soccer (women's) vs. Indiana. 7 p.m. Folk Field. Free. Sport | Fan information

-- "By the Way, Meet Vera Stark" by Lynn Nottage. Purdue Theatre. Directed by Ameenah Kaplan, guest director. Racial stereotypes are skewered when a Hollywood star and her maid both win roles in the same film. 7:30 p.m. Pao Hall, Carole and Gordon Mallett Theatre. Performance also at 2:30 p.m. Sept. 30. Tickets: public, $19.50; student, $12.50; senior (62+), $15.50. Theatre season

-- Philharmonic and Symphony orchestras. Organizer: Purdue Bands & Orchestras. 8 p.m. Long Center, 111 N. Sixth St., Lafayette. Free. Bands & Orchestras events

Sunday, Sept. 30

-- Big Ten+ Graduate School Exposition. Day 1 of 2. Information and networking for prospective graduate students. Organizer: Graduate School. 1-10 p.m. (student schedule). Student registration/check-in in PMU, Room 118. Purdue student registration involves special information. News release

-- "By the Way, Meet Vera Stark" by Lynn Nottage. Purdue Theatre. Directed by Ameenah Kaplan, guest director. Racial stereotypes are skewered when a Hollywood star and her maid both win roles in the same film. 2:30 p.m. Pao Hall, Carole and Gordon Mallett Theatre. This is the final performance for this production. Tickets: public, $19.50; student, $12.50; senior (62+), $15.50. Theatre season

-- Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble. Organizer: Purdue Bands & Orchestras. 2:30 p.m. Long Center, 111 N. Sixth St., Lafayette. Free. Bands & Orchestras events

 

Week 2: Oct. 1-7

Monday, Oct. 1

-- Big Ten+ Graduate School Exposition. Day 2 of 2. Information and networking for prospective graduate students. Organizer: Graduate School. Student schedule: 7:30 a.m. check-in (PMU, Room 118) and continental breakfast; keynote at 8:30 a.m. in STEW, Fowler Hall; fair's doors open at 9:30 a.m. in PMU Ballrooms. Purdue student registration involves special information. News release

-- Amelia Earhart Aerospace Summit. Designed for students seeking career paths. Organizer: School of Aeronautics and Astronautics. 8:30 a.m.-9 p.m. Neil Armstrong Hall, Kurz Atrium. Calendar

-- Exhibition opening: Featuring vinyl record artist Walter Lobyn Hamilton. Oct. 1-30. Organizer: Black Cultural Center. Artworks made using vinyl records. Open during building hours. BCC Formal Lounge. BCC

-- Indianapolis Prize Lecture: "Biodiversity Conservation: A Global Priority." Open to campus community. Russ Mittermeier, chief conservation officer for Global Wildlife Conservation, chair of the IUCN/SSC Primate Specialist Group, and 2018 Indianapolis Prize winner. 10:30-11:20 a.m. Lynn Hall, Room 1136. Calendar

Tuesday, Oct. 2

-- World Film Forum: "The Fortress" (2017, historical drama, 140 minutes, South Korea, English subtitles). Presenter: Song No, associate professor of Spanish, School of Languages and Cultures. 7:30 p.m. West Lafayette Public Library, 208 W. Columbia St. Free. (Other films Sept. 25, Oct. 2.) Article

-- "Frankenstein" presented by Aquila Theatre Company. Organizer: Purdue Convocations. An event in the "Health, Longevity and Quality of Life" theme of the Ideas Festival, the centerpiece of Purdue's yearlong Giant Leaps Sesquicentennial Campaign. 7:30 p.m. STEW, Loeb Playhouse. Tickets: $22-$28. Pre-show meetup at 6:30 p.m. in STEW, Room 214, with faculty experts discussing ethical questions of innovation and the continued relevance of "Frankenstein." Post-show meetup in PMU, 1869 Tap Room. (Show also on Oct. 3.) Event

Wednesday, Oct. 3

-- Lovell Leadership Lecture; Jay Akridge, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs and diversity. Topic TBA. Organizer: Administrative and Professional Staff Advisory Committee. Noon-1:30 p.m. Pfendler Hall, Deans Auditorium (Room 241). Lecture series

-- Critical Data Studies Distinguished Lecture Series (inaugural lecture; series by Purdue University Libraries): "Intellectual Freedom and Racial Inequality as Addressed in 'Algorithms of Oppression.'" Safiya Noble, assistant professor at University of Southern California Annenberg School of Communications, co-founder of the Information Ethics & Equity Institute. An event in the Artificial Intelligence, Algorithms, and Automation theme of the Ideas Festival, the centerpiece of Purdue's yearlong Giant Leaps Sesquicentennial Campaign. 6 p.m. STEW, Fowler Hall. News release

-- "Frankenstein" presented by Aquila Theatre Company. Organizer: Purdue Convocations. An event in the "Health, Longevity and Quality of Life" theme of the Ideas Festival, the centerpiece of Purdue's yearlong Giant Leaps Sesquicentennial Campaign. 7:30 p.m. STEW, Loeb Playhouse. Tickets: $22-$28. Pre-show meetup at 6:30 p.m. in PMU, Anniversary Drawing Room with faculty experts discussing ethical questions of innovation and the continued relevance of "Frankenstein." Post-show meetup in PMU, 1869 Tap Room. Event

Thursday, Oct. 4

-- Purdue Farmers Market. Organizer: Office of Campus Master Planning and Sustainability. Fresh fruits and vegetables, meats, freshly prepared lunches, more. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. August through October. North end of Memorial Mall. Suggested parking is Grant Street Garage (pay or "A" permit) or lot between Marsteller and Sheetz at Wood Street ("A" permit). Article with information about other local farmers markets. Updates etc.:  Facebook | Twitter

-- QPR Gatekeeper Training in suicide prevention. For faculty, staff and students. Organizer: Office of the Dean of Students. 11:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m. WALC, Room 3087. Registration needed. Departments also can schedule sessions. Article with registration link. (Other sessions Oct. 10; Dec. 6. Times and places vary.)

Friday, Oct. 5

-- Fall Break Cultural Immersion Tour in Memphis, Tennessee. Oct. 5-9. Organizer: Black Cultural Center. Contemporary perspectives about the Civil Rights Movement from local experts, visits to cultural and historical sites and community building through facilitated discussion. BCC

-- Life Sciences Open House. Celebrating remodeled spaces on floors 3 and 4 of the Hall for Discovery and Learning Research (DLR), now housing the Institute for Integrative Neuroscience and the Institute of Inflammation, Immunology and Infectious Disease. Schedule: Opening remarks at 3:30 in atrium on main floor; speakers EVP Suresh Garimella and professors Richard Kuhn and Donna Fekete, the institutes' directors. Tours 3:45-5 p.m.

-- Soccer (women's) vs. Minnesota. 7 p.m. Folk Field. Free. Sport | Fan information

Saturday, Oct. 6

-- Unofficial start of October break. No classes Oct. 8-9.

-- Baseball fall exhibition game vs. Parkland College. 10 a.m. Alexander Field. Admission free to fall baseball. Sports news release

Sunday, Oct. 7

-- Soccer (women's) vs. Wisconsin. 1 p.m. Folk Field. Free. Sport | Fan information

 

Week 3: Oct. 8-14

Monday, Oct. 8

-- October break. No classes Monday or Tuesday. Offices open.

-- Last two days to register to vote in 2018 Indiana general election (includes U.S. Senate and House elections). (Deadline is Oct. 9; election is Nov. 6.) Registration is available online, by mail or in person. State information | Tippecanoe County information

-- International Breast Cancer and Nutrition Symposium. Day 1 of 2. Organizer: IBCN project committee; with Purdue University. Theme: "Technology, Engineering and Data Science." Check-in 8:15-8:45 a.m.; program at 9 a.m. Pfendler Hall, Deans Auditorium (Room 241). Registration needed but free to Purdue University members; see instructions in article. Article

Tuesday, Oct. 9

-- October break. No classes Monday or Tuesday. Offices open.

-- Purdue Engineering Online Awareness Event. Day 1 of 4 with connected events. Organizer: College of Engineering. Opening remarks by President Mitch Daniels. 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Wang Hall, Room 2599. Calendar

Wednesday, Oct. 10

-- Early voting in general election begins in Tippecanoe County (congressional, state, county, township offices). Through Nov. 5, but most early voting locations operate for limited hours on one day or a few days of this period. Tippecanoe County schedule

-- QPR Gatekeeper Training in suicide prevention. For faculty, staff and students. Organizer: Office of the Dean of Students. 11:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m. Hampton Hall, Room 2117. Registration needed. Departments also can schedule sessions. Article with registration link. (Other session Dec. 6. Times and place vary.)

-- Purdue Engineering Online Awareness Event Showcase. Day 2 of 4 with connected events. Organizer: College of Engineering. 2-5 p.m. Wang Hall, Room 2501. Calendar

-- Volleyball (women's) vs. Penn State. 7 p.m. Brees Center, Belin Court in Holloway Gymnasium. Tickets: adult, $8; youth, $5; Purdue student, $3-$5; groups of 20 or more, call 765-494-3325. Sport | Tickets

Thursday, Oct. 11

-- Purdue Farmers Market. Organizer: Office of Campus Master Planning and Sustainability. Fresh fruits and vegetables, meats, freshly prepared lunches, more. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. August through October. North end of Memorial Mall. Suggested parking is Grant Street Garage (pay or "A" permit) or lot between Marsteller and Sheetz at Wood Street ("A" permit). Article with information about other local farmers markets. Updates etc.:  Facebook | Twitter

-- Purdue Engineering Online Awareness Event Open House. Day 3 of 4 with connected events. Organizer: College of Engineering. 2-5 p.m. Wang Hall, Room 2500. Calendar

-- 88Rising music/arts collective presenting Rich Brian, Joji, Higher Brothers, more on tour. Organizer: Purdue Convocations. 7:30 p.m. Elliott Hall of Music. Tickets: $20-$250; limit six. VIP packages offered. Event

Friday, Oct. 12

-- "A Driverless Future: A Workshop on Cybersecurity, Security, and Infrastructure." Organizer: Purdue Public Policy Institute. First in planned series on related cyber themes. Topic: Connected and autonomous transportation vehicles, or CATV, and their meaning for American life. Time TBA. PMU, East and West Faculty Lounges. Calendar

-- Baseball fall scrimmage vs. Ontario Travel Team. 2 p.m. Alexander Field. Admission free to fall baseball. Sports news release

-- Purdue Engineering Online Awareness Event Closure. Day 4 of 4 with connected events. Organizer: College of Engineering. 2-3 p.m. Wang Hall. Calendar

-- Purdue Varsity Glee Club in concert. Purdue Musical Organizations. 7 p.m. Plainfield High School, 1 Red Pride Drive, Plainfield. Tickets: adult, $20; students and seniors, $10. Available through Eventbrite. PMO calendar; click Oct. 12.

-- American Music Repertory Ensemble and Lab Jazz Band. Organizer: Purdue Bands & Orchestras. 8 p.m. STEW, Loeb Playhouse. Free. Bands & Orchestras events

Saturday, Oct. 13

-- Baseball fall exhibition game vs. Heartland College. 10 a.m. Alexander Field. Admission free to fall baseball. Sports news release

Sunday, Oct. 14

-- Purdue Bells in worship services. Purdue Musical Organizations. 8:30 and 11 a.m. First United Methodist Church, 1700 W. State St. PMO

-- Fall Concert Bands. Organizer: Purdue Bands & Orchestras. 2:30 p.m. Long Center, 111 N. Sixth St., Lafayette. Free. Bands & Orchestras events

-- Jeremy Camp and Matthew West. Contemporary Christian music. Organizer: Purdue Convocations. 7 p.m. Elliott Hall of Music. Tickets: $22.50-$75. Event

 

Week 4: Oct. 15-21

Monday, Oct. 15

-- Larry Axel Memorial Lecture in Religion. "Three Days in December: How Zionism, Human Rights, and Genocide Came Together and Fell Apart in 1948." James Loeffler, associate professor of history and Jewish studies, University of Virginia. Organizers: Jewish Studies, Religious Studies and Human Rights programs. 8 p.m. Rawls Hall, Room 1062). Questions: 765-494-7965 or wengera@purdue.edu or Jewish Studies

Tuesday, Oct. 16

-- Technical Management Institute. Day 1 of 4. Organizers: College of Engineering and Krannert School of Management. Advanced continuing education for managers in technical areas. Fee discount for Purdue alumni, faculty and staff. Article

Wednesday, Oct. 17

-- IRB training: "Navigating the IRB Application Submission Process." For persons at Purdue. Organizer: Institutional Review Board. 9-10 a.m. Hicks Undergraduate Library, Room G959 (computer lab). This session will provide training on how to submit an application. Limited space; register in advance via email to irb@purdue.edu and include registrant name, email address, and principal investigator's name. Other dates: Nov. 14, Dec. 12. (For appointment or walk-in, visit https://www.irb.purdue.edu/contact/.)

-- Jewish Studies Noon Lecture and Discussion Series. “If I Were a NEPman: A Sholem Aleichem Film Adaptation in the Soviet 1920s." Andrew Fahrenbach, winner of the 2018 Edward Simon Essay Prize in Jewish Studies. 12:30 p.m. STEW, Room 313. Questions: 765-494-7965 or wengera@purdue.edu or www.cla.purdue.edu/jewish-studies

Thursday, Oct. 18

-- Purdue Autism Research Conference (inaugural). Organizeer: Purdue Autism Cluster. Theme: "Measuring and Predicting Change in Autism." 8 a.m.: Check-in and coffee. 9 a.m.: Program. STEW, Room 214. Registration due Oct. 5: general, $20; students, $10. Lunch provided. Article

-- Purdue Farmers Market. Organizer: Office of Campus Master Planning and Sustainability. Fresh fruits and vegetables, meats, freshly prepared lunches, more. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. August through October. North end of Memorial Mall. Suggested parking is Grant Street Garage (pay or "A" permit) or lot between Marsteller and Sheetz at Wood Street ("A" permit). Article with information about other local farmers markets. Updates etc.:  Facebook | Twitter

-- Soccer (women's) vs. Ohio State. 7 p.m. Folk Field. Free. Sport | Fan information

Friday, Oct. 19

-- Green Zone Training. For faculty and staff. Organizer: Veterans Success Center. Topic: How best to serve veteran and military students. 9-11 a.m. Lilly Hall, Room 2102. Registration required; website has link. Questions: dogtags@purdue.edu (Also Nov. 27)

-- Listening session: Learning management system. For faculty, staff, students; all Purdue campuses. Organizer: LMS task force for WL campus. Sessions occasioned by end of company tech support for Blackboard Learn; sessions are part of Purdue's "What do we need?" review. 2:30-4 p.m. WALC, Room 1121. Article (Other WL session Nov. 12; others possible)

-- BCC Coffee House. Organizer: Black Cultural Center. 7 p.m. BCC, Multipurpose Room 1. BCC

-- Volleyball (women's) vs. Maryland. 7 p.m. Brees Center, Belin Court in Holloway Gymnasium. Tickets: adult, $8; youth, $5; Purdue student, $3-$5; groups of 20 or more, call 765-494-3325. Sport | Tickets

-- Purdue Jazz Band, Tower of Power Band, and Guitar & Saxophone Ensemble. Organizer: Purdue Bands & Orchestras. 8 p.m. STEW, Loeb Playhouse. Free. Bands & Orchestras events

Saturday, Oct. 20

-- BCC trip to see "The Colored Museum" staged at the Glen Theater in Gary, Indiana. Organizer: Black Cultural Center. An exploration of African-American culture and experiences in a satirical trip through time. BCC (See also Chicago portion of trip in next listing.)

-- BCC trip "Chicago: A Cultural Tour of the Windy City." Oct. 20-21. Organizer: Black Cultural Center. Visits to the DuSable Museum and the Bronzeville community. BCC

-- Baseball in fall intrasquad Old Gold and Black Series. Game 1 of 3. Time TBA. Alexander Field. Admission free to fall baseball. (Also Oct. 26, 27.) Sports news release

-- Game Day spirit events. Highlights:
• Boilermaker Crossing. Time TBA. Sally and Bob Weist Plaza north of Mackey Arena. Free.
• "All-American" Marching Band. Purdue Bands & Orchestras. Pre-game "Thrill on the Hill" at TBA at Slayter Center; halftime at stadium; and postgame.

-- Football vs. Ohio State (Pack Ross-Ade game). TBA. Ross-Ade Stadium. Clear bag policy. Initial adult ticket prices: $50-$125. Dynamic ticket pricing in place for single-game tickets; also mini-plans and specials available; see here and scroll through categories.      

-- Purdue Varsity Glee Club 125th Anniversary Alumni Concert and Celebration. Purdue Musical Organizations. Concert: 4-6 p.m.; Elliott Hall of Music; free. Celebration: Dinner at 7 p.m. in Córdova Recreational Sports Center; cash bar available; tickets are $100. PMO | Anniversary weekend

-- Volleyball (women's) vs. Ohio State. 7 p.m. Brees Center, Belin Court in Holloway Gymnasium. Tickets: adult, $8; youth, $5; Purdue student, $3-$5; groups of 20 or more, call 765-494-3325. Sport | Tickets

Sunday, Oct. 21

-- Purdue Bells in worship services. Purdue Musical Organizations. 10:30 a.m. Federated Church, 2400 Sycamore Lane. PMO

-- Purduettes in worship services. Purdue Musical Organizations. 10:45 a.m. Immanuel United Church of Christ, 1526 S. 18th St., Lafayette. PMO

-- Les Violins du Roy with Jonathan Cohen, music director, and Anthony Roth Costanzo, countertenor. Organizer: Purdue Convocations. 3 p.m. STEW, Loeb Playhouse. Tickets $22-28. Pre-show discussion with WBAA's Greg Kostraba at 2 p.m. in PMU, 1869 Tap Room. Event

 

EXHIBITIONS

-- Robert L. Ringel Gallery in Stewart Center. Organizer: Purdue University Galleries. Closed for summer break. To reopen with "Guerrilla Girls: The Art of Behaving Badly," Aug. 20-Sept. 22.

-- "Images of Human Rights." Oct. 1-27. Purdue University Galleries. One fine art print by a South African artist for each of the 29 clauses in South Africa's Bill of Rights. STEW, Robert L. Ringel Gallery. Hours: 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Saturday (except holidays). Reception at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 4.

-- Exhibitions in the Patti and Rusty Rueff Galleries, Pao Hall. Hours: 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Friday (except holidays, and closing at 5 p.m. on final day of an exhibition).
     * "40 Chances." Aug. 6-Sept. 28.
     * PSNAEA Student Show. Oct. 1-12. Reception at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 11.
     * Andres Arizaga. Oct. 8-19.

-- Black Cultural Center exhibition: Featuring vinyl record artist Walter Lobyn Hamilton. Oct. 1-30.. Artworks made using vinyl records. Open during building hours. BCC Formal Lounge. BCC | Artist

-- Archives and Special Collections: "The Sixties: A Decade of Triumph, Struggle, and Change at Purdue." April-Aug. 10. Exhibition hours: 1-4 p.m. Virginia Kelly Karnes Archives and Special Collections Research Center, fourth floor, STEW (enter from HSSE Library). The library also has online exhibits; go to https://www.lib.purdue.edu/spcol/exhibits

-- Lawson Computer Science Building. Second floor: "Experience Color: Algorithm & Expression" by Petronio Bendito, associate professor of visual and performing arts. Third floor: "The Intersection of Art and Science II: An Exhibition of Creative Processes in Science, Computing and Aesthetics" curated by Bendito and Tim Korb, retired assistant head of the Department of Computer Science. Open during building hours. News release

 

TICKETS

Events are free unless noted (except that conference registrations may be omitted here); some performance and athletic events are marked "free" for clarity. Ticket prices are for single events unless stated otherwise. For information about series, seasons, packages, discounts, groups, promotions at games, etc., see the URLs in the next two paragraphs.

For varsity athletics tickets, go online; or call the Athletic Ticket Office, 765-494-3194 or 800-49-SPORT [497-7678]; or visit the office in the Mackey Complex facing Northwestern Avenue. The office is open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday and before ticketed events at Mackey Arena, Ross-Ade Stadium, and Holloway Gymnasium in the Brees Center. For ticketed sports events at other Purdue venues, tickets will be on sale before the event at the venue. Gameday promotions in association with varsity events

For Purdue Convocations and Purdue Theatre events and some others as announced, go to a campus box office or call 765-494-3933 or 800-914-SHOW [914-7469]. Summer hours:

* Elliott Hall box office (lower level, northeast end by Hovde Hall): open two hours before ticketed events in that building.
* Loeb Playhouse box office (west lobby, Stewart Center): 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday.
* Pao Hall box office (first floor southeast): Closed for summer.


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