The University will remain open and on a normal day and evening schedule today, March 2, 2006.
As always in inclement weather, please exercise caution on, and leave extra time for, your trip to and from campus and your travels around campus.
Events on Campus Tonight:
- Hungarian National Identity in the Information Age, speaker: Dr. Gyorgy Csepeli, 7 p.m., Dickson Hall will be held.
- "Unmarried and Unequal: Single Mothers in the Crosshair of Poverty and Patriarchy" speaker: Professor Gwendolyn Mink, 7 p.m., University Hall rm 1070, will be held. Reception will be held at 6 p.m.
- This evening's performance of BLACKland by visiting Hungarian theater collective, Krétakör has been canceled.
If you are holding tickets for this evening’s performance you may exchange them at the box office. Please note that there are two remaining performances for Krétakör’s BLACKland: Friday March 3, at 7:30 p.m. or Saturday 4 March at 7:30 p.m.
Please contact the Alexander Kasser box office for more information at 973-655-5112.