Campus Events

November 16-22

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UB Winter Movie Selection

Please take a minute to vote on the movies you would like UB to bring to campus this upcoming winter term.

Civil War Music Program

Wednesday, November 18th

6:30 PM

Central Congregational Church (60 Public Square)

Join the Civil War Round Table and Central Congregational Church for a program of Civil War era music performed by Gail Masinda on the Triumvirate organ. During her program, Gail will talk about the history of Central Congregational, Old First Church, Beecher Chapel, and Knox. A freewill offering may be made to the preservation of the church.

Vice President of Student Development Forum: Dr. Jim Hoppe

Thursday, November 19th

10:30 AM; 3:15 PM

CFA, Round Room

There will be two forums for each candidate open to faculty, staff and students so as to best work with schedules. The candidates will make a brief opening statement and the remainder of the time will be reserved for your questions. After the session you will be asked to fill out an online survey. This forum is dedicated to learning about the experience of Dr. Jim Hoppe, Dean of Students, from Macalester College, in St. Paul, MN.

Questions? Contact Laura Lee Behling at

Vice President of Student Development Forum: Dr. Anne Ehrlich

Friday, November 20th

10:30 AM; 3:15 PM

CFA, Round Room

This forum is dedicated to learning about the experiences of Dr. Anne Ehrlich, Dean of Students, from Woodbury University, in Burbank, CA.

Winter Vacation Meet-n-Greet

Friday, November 20th

4:00-5:00 PM

Alumni Hall, Knight Student Lounge

Please join the Office of International Student Servies for a Winter Vacation Meet-n-Greet this Friday, during the usual International Tea Hour time, in the Knight Student Lounge in Alumni Hall. See who else is on campus and talk about plans for winter vacation! Tea and snacks will be provided. If you plan to attend the Vice President for Student Development candidate forum at 3:15, please join us after the forum.

Flunk Day Input

Take a break from studying and share your thoughts about what you would like to see this FLUNK DAY.

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Farmland Documentary

Sunday, November 22nd

Doors open 2:00 PM

Film starts 3:00 PM

Orpheum Theatre

The Knox County Farm Bureau is hosting a free screening of the documentary Farmland, from Academy Award winning director, James Moll on Sunday. Doors open at 2:00 p.m, with the film beginning promptly at 3:00 p.m. Farmland allows the audience to step inside the world of farming by following the lives of six young farmers and ranchers. In order to insure all questions are answered, immediately following the film we will have a panel of local family-farmers address audience questions.

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Farmland (2014) Documentary Official Trailer #2

Table Tennis Tournament

The Office of International Student Services will host a singles and doubles table tennis tournament in December. Both tournaments will be double elimination. Tournament dates and registration deadlines are:

Singles Tournament

Registration deadline: November 29th

Play dates: December 1st and 3rd, 4:30 - 8:30pm

Doubles Tournament

Registration deadline: December 6th

Play dates: December 8th and 10th, 4:30 - 8:30pm

You can register for one or both tournaments here: ( Information about the tournament and playing times will be sent to participants the day before the tournament. Please direct any questions to
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