Month: April 2018

Hello Commuters!

This week is a shorter version of the commute as it seems everyone on campus is starting to get focused and finish up the semester. I hope you all are doing well in your classes, and not letting yourselves get overloaded by the end of the semester. In case you are, here are a few options this coming weekend for things to do on campus as a break.

If you’re interested in theater, then be sure to see the Visual and Performing Arts Department’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Here is a brief description of one of Shakespeare’s most famous plays:

Lysander loves Hermia, but Hermia loves Demetrius. The trouble is Demetrius loves Helena who believes she loves Lysander. This is what happens when a love potion gets into the wrong hands. How does it end? Happily, of course. But the mad romantic romp won’t end until magic restores the lovers’ senses.

The show will run April 12-14th at 7:30pm each night in the Rozsa Center. As with all VPA productions, tickets are free to all current students.

If you’re looking for a much more contemporary type of comedy, consider coming to see stand up comedian Brandon Vestal. Sponsored by MUB Board, this event will be taking place in the MUB commons this coming Friday at 9pm. Vestal has been featured in the show Last Comic Standing and the Hollywood Comedy Festival so it’s sure to be a good time.

That’s all I have for this week, but check back soon for another issue of…

The Commute

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