Earth Week at Sewanee April 21-28

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Earth Week at Sewanee will be marked by speakers, film screenings, a creek cleanup, art show, and more. See the schedule below.

Sunday, April 21
7:30 p.m., Gailor Auditorium
Sustainability House film screening of “The Island President”

Monday, April 22
3:30 p.m., Harris Commons in Spencer Hall
Earth Day
Earth Week Kickoff Coffee Hour, sponsored by the Office of Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability

4:30 p.m., Convocation Hall
Friends of the Library talk on the 100th Anniversary of Hudson Stuck’s ascent of Denali

7 p.m., Gailor Auditorium
A lecture by author Dr. James Hunt, Restless Fire: Young John Muir’s Thousand-Mile Walk to the Gulf 1867-1868

Tuesday, April 23
5-7 p.m., Convocation Hall
Sustainability House project presentations

5 p.m. and 8 p.m., Sewanee Union Theater
ERs present “Planet Earth” screenings

Wednesday, April 24
6:30 p.m., Convocation Hall
“Lens and Landscape” dinner and art reception

Thursday, April 25
2 p.m., meet at GreenHouse
GreenHouse presents “Clean Up of Barnes Branch Creek”

4:30 p.m., Convocation Hall
“The Moth and the Milky Way: In Search of the Obvious in Nature and Art,” talk by Jonathan Meiburg, C’97

Friday, April 26
1-4 p.m., Harris Commons in Spencer Hall
Scholarship Sewanee

Saturday, April 27
12 noon, GreenHouse
Clothing swap

1 p.m.-1 a.m., Lake Cheston Amphitheater
Sewaneroo, featuring Shearwater, Star and Micey, Hotel Oscar, and many more!

Sunday, April 28
12:30 p.m., the Quad
Sewanee-Haiti Partnership for Carbon Sequestration fundraiser lunch

3-5 p.m., Spencer Hall lawn and Harris Commons
Environmental art show

 

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Upcoming

Listing of both today’s and tomorrow’s events at Sewanee: The University of the South.
Today
C’15 Workshop
Reception Honoring Mellon Post-doctoral Fellows Sara Nimis and Michael Wairungu
At the SUT: A Million Ways to Die in the West
Tomorrow
Chemistry Department Seminar Series
Taking Down Tongues: The Culture of Language Documentation by DeAndré Espree-Conaway, C’13
At the SUT: A Million Ways to Die in the West