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College of Arts and Science launches Fall Events Guide

Posted on 2018-09-17 in Students & Campus Life

The printed guide can be picked up at locations around campus and throughout Saskatoon.

The College of Arts and Science’s 2018 Fall Events Guide is now available. This printed handbook gives details on many of the college lectures, exhibitions, concerts and galas happening this season on campus and in Saskatoon.

Free copies of the Fall Events Guide can be picked up from various offices on campus, including the main college office at room 235 in the Arts Building. The guide can also be found at various libraries, book stores, coffee shops and information centres throughout the community.

Featured events in the fall guide include Frankenreads at the U of S—a 200th anniversary celebration of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein on Halloween—and New Collaborations, a concert in which Department of Music faculty member Véronique Mathieu gives her debut Saskatoon performance alongside fellow faculty members and members of the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra.

To browse upcoming events, visit the college events website or download a PDF version of the 2018 Fall Events Guide:

2018_Fall_Events_Guide_web.pdf

 

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