December 5 - 9
Dr. Zhivago - History Club Movie Series
Dr. Zhivago, director David Lean’s brilliant interpretation of Boris Pasternak’s 1957 novel.
Dr. Zhivago (1965) is an epic romantic film set in Russia prior to the Russian Revolution and stars Omar Sharif and Julie Christie. The winner of five Academy Awards, Dr. Zhivago continues to maintain its position in polls ranking the best 100 films ever made.
Professor Karl Loewenstein will introduce the film and discuss its relation to the history of the Russian Revolution.
UW Oshkosh Symphony Orchestra
A&C Music Hall
Dylan Chmura-Moore, director; with Camerata and Elmwood String Trio – Yuliya Smead, violin; Sharon Tenhundfeld, viola; and Andrew Briggs, cello.
Speaker Dr. Zachary D. Blout
Dr. Zachary D. Blout, a post-doctoral fellow at Michigan State, will be presenting his research on the long-term evolution of E. coli that consists of 65,000 generations. This event is hosted by the Biology and Microbiology Journal Club and is sponsored by the Society for Applied Microbiology and Oshkosh Student Association.
TEDx Speaker Emily Phillips
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Sage Hall 1210
Her talk looks to explore the questions "How do you navigate life without all the answers? How do you transition from student to expert? How do we keep up with the demands of technology?" This talk outlines the benefits of not being afraid of what you don't know and the advantages of living life as a leader in our community. This event is brought to you by Psychology Club and Millennial Club.
Holidays Around The World
Reeve Union Ballroom
Join us for a night of LIVE music, food, and cultural performances! Special LIVE band performance by "En Fuego"
Everyone is Welcome!
UW Oshkosh Handbell Choir
Oshkosh Public Library
“Under the Dome,” directed by Leigh-Ann Lethco