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Marisol Nov. 18 – Nov. 19, 7:30 PM Edwards Theatre God is dying and he’s taking the rest of the world with him.” José Rivera’s powerful and poetic Marisol tells the story of a young Latina woman who navigates an inner-city wasteland after her guardian angel leaves to lead a revolution of biblical proportion. Winner of the 1993 Obie Award, Marisol is a surreal journey, filled with humor, pathos, and the fear of imminent change. Admission: $7Buy Tickets
Understanding Causation Fully Employed in Contemporary Philosophy? Tuesday, Dec. 1, 5 PM Lackey Chapel "The session will focus on exploring ways in which models of causation suggested by some chemical processes such as sublimation and neurotransmitic inhibition might be applied in the course of generating possible solutions to some philosophical puzzles. It will offer a description of the options for thinking about causation as well as the philosophical puzzles. The discussion will be framed by some history of connections between chemical models of causation and philosophical thought." Admission: Free and Open to the Public
Mindfulness for Coping with Stress and Preventing Depression Wednesday, Dec. 2, 5 PM Lackey Chapel With exam week upon us, CCU students, faculty, staff, and community may benefit from mindfulness for coping with stress and preventing depression prevention. Learn how to do so through this talk. Admission: Free and Open to the Public
Featuring works by graduating seniors with degrees in studio art and graphic design, this exhibition is the culmination of four years of study and features projects completed during their theses. Please join us to see the work of the next generation of artists from Coastal Carolina University!
Closing Reception: December 11, 4:30- 6:30 p.m.
Gallery Hours: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday - FridayAdmission: Free and Open to the Public