Tamim Ansary visits on Sept. 8
Tamim Ansary, the author of 2005 Freshman Summer Reading Project selection West of Kabul, East of New York, will spend all day Thursday at Temple.
• 10–11:30 a.m.: Panel discussion. Liacouras Center.
• 1:15– 2:15 p.m.: Book signing. Student Center,
• 2:30– 4 p.m.: Author address to University community. Student Center, second floor.
• 6–8 p.m. Address to Ambler and Tyler students. Ambler Campus, Bright Hall lounge.
Tyler art exhibit opening in Sullivan
Jeremy Frank, Campus Alcohol and Substance Awareness coordinator (left), and Michael Hanowitz, Sexual Assault Counseling and Education coordinator, both in the Tuttleman Counseling Center, look over a recently hung piece in a new exhibit by Tyler art students.
In a public reception Friday, Sept. 9, Tuttleman Counseling Services will present its second annual exhibition of Tyler student artwork.
Curated by students from Tyler’s art and art history departments, the show features works from a wide array of artists.
The reception will be held from 4:30 to 6 p.m., in Sullivan Hall, lower level. The exhibit will remain open throughout the coming school year, and student artwork is available for purchase.
(From left) 2nd Lt. Christopher Nash and 2nd Lt. Elizabeth Muscavage were commissioned during a late-August ROTC ceremony at Kiva Auditorium in Ritter Hall annex.
Guest speaker Brig. Gen. Raymond V. Mason, who is commander of the Defense Supply Center Philadelphia, and battalion commander Lt. Col. Rod Griffin also took part.