The Curry theater program is wrapping up its main stage showing of Tartuffe, a comedy set in the late 17th century about a con man. Directed by Curry Professor John Barrett, the play opened on April 28. Tonight is the final showing, at 7:30, in the Academic & Performance Center.
It’s not easy feeding a college campus, even one as small as Curry. Dining Services in the Student Center serve 44,000 meals a month, which breaks down to about 1,465 meals per day.
As is the case at most colleges, among the three most popular food items at Curry are burgers, chicken and French fries. Students, faculty and staff on campus are eating about 8,000 pounds of chicken alone, not including the various chicken nuggets, fingers and patties that are served.
For more about the quantity of certain foods and beverages Dining Services goes through on an average month, check out the infographic below.
Students and media brought education outdoors today for a mock 3D film shoot, thanks to Curry artist-in-residence Jason Goodman. Founder of 21st Century 3D, Goodman brought his talents, and equipment, to Curry this week to run a series of workshops for students. Curry launched a 3D production curriculum this semester.
The Curry theater program is wrapping up its final showing of “Twisted Tales,” a student production in the Blackbox studio of the Academic & Performance Center. The show featured 14 students, as well as Professor John Barrett of the Communication Department, and Curry alumnus Tim Bradley (Class of 2011).
The final showing is tonight (Monday, Feb. 27) at 7:30.
Students poured into the ARC Nov. 19 for the Highlighter Dance Party wearing neon shirts, shorts and shoes. They danced the night away to some great music thanks to Curry’s Chris Gendgron, aka “DJ Chris the Greek.”