In co-sponsorship with the Peninsula College Longhouse and Foothills Writers Series, Studium Generale is proud to present Jamestown S’Klallam poet Duane Niatum, who will present a Studium lecture focused on history and culture.
Music of the 17th and 18th centuries plus newly composed works. Seattle-based Ensemble Electra performs with energy and passion the rich, varied repertoire for recorder, violin, cello and harpsichord, specializing in 17th- and 18th-century music.
This spirit game will be like no other, every student will be provided a black Pirate Proud shirt to black out the stands and get our teams going. Fans will be able to purchase shirts at the front or concession stand.
David Brasher, co-owner and founder of High Energy Metals, Inc., will discuss how explosive welding techniques are used to bond dissimilar metals. Recently, Brasher’s local Carlsborg company fashioned a piece of equipment for the Mars Rover.
Teams of six will compete in a lights out black light dodgeball tournament. Concessions will be sold and teams will be competing for prizes. Team signs up with Jeremiah Johnson or at the ASC office. You will provide a list of rules and clothing regulations for your team.
Jennifer Santry will present “Cultivating Students of Agriculture – Inspiring the Next Generation of Farmers.” Santry, who teaches for Colorado Mountain College, asserts that “it’s time we inspire our next generation of young farmers” and let them know that “‘farming’ isn’t defined by overalls,