Mark Your Calendar
||First summer session classes begin|
||August graduation certifications due in the Office of the Registrar|
||Second summer session classes begin|
||Official degree date for August graduates|
||Fall 2013 classes begin|
Upcoming Events on Campus
|Kozmetsky Center Events and Speakers|
Get insights on political, economic and social trends in hot
spots across the globe and their implications for the world
community. All events are held on campus and are free and open
to the public.
Sustainability: A World of Opportunities|
Public lecture with conservation expert Glenn T. Prickett,
Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow and former United Nations Senior Fellow. Prickett oversees international and U.S. government relations, corporate practices and sustainability efforts, and relationships with leading international institutions and non-governmental organizations for the Nature Conservancy.
||Jones Auditorium, Robert and Pearle Ragsdale Center
|Mary Moody Northen Theatre 2013
Join Us for Our 40th Anniversary Season!
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST|
By Oscar Wilde
Directed by Richard Robichaux
Join four young suitors as they negotiate mislaid babies, mistaken identities,
secret engagements, an overbearing mother and some of the wittiest wordplay ever
tossed over afternoon tea. This delightful comedy of manners features guest
artists Barbara Chisholm, Robert Faires and Irene White.
THE SECRET GARDEN|
Music by Lucy Simon; Book and lyrics by Marsha Norman; Based on the novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett
Directed by Robert Westenberg
11-year-old Mary, orphaned by a cholera outbreak, is sent from India to
Scotland to live with her reclusive widower uncle. Lost in their grief,
Mary and her family struggle to regain their footing. Mary’s discovery
of a secret garden, and her dedication to revive the magical space,
leads to rebirth and renewal for all.
| All Show Times:
||7:30 p.m. Thursday–Saturday
2 p.m. Sunday
||Mary Moody Northen Theatre
||Call 512-448-8484 for tickets,
or purchase tickets online
|Student and Parent Orientation 2013|
Help fellow parents get to know St. Edward’s!
Orientation programs are a vital part of our incoming freshmen’s successful
transition to college. Help fellow parents get to know us by
volunteering for a parent panel during our Orientation programs this summer.
It’s a great way to meet other Hilltopper families and share your insights
about St. Edward’s.
Freshman Orientation Dates