Posted on Mar 7, 1997

Friday, March 7, 12:30 p.m., Memorial Chapel. “Meister Rapper” Uwe Kind (pronounced “oo-va kint”) brings his “Lingo Rap” to the College.
Kind has made something of a career out of combining music, dance and singing to teach language. The audience is to include about 400 local high school students.

Through March 8, 8 p.m., Yulman Theater. “Tales of the Lost Formicans” by Constance Congdon, directed by Prof. Barry K. Smith, is a contemporary drama that explores the life of a middle American family. For more information, call the Yulman
Theater box office at ext. 6545.

Tuesday, March 11, 3 to 5 p.m., Mandeville Gallery in the Nott Memorial. The
opening reception for “Drawing into Sculpture,” an exhibition of small works,
will feature 13 artists who have their own distinct artistic intent. They also represent
very different age groups and geographies. It is interesting to look at the work from the
standpoint of references to drawing. The exhibit runs through April 6.

Wednesday, March 12, 6:30 p.m. The President's Advisory Committee on Campus
Safety and Security will hold the annual campus walkabout to identify areas of the campus
grounds which present potential safety or security risks. Participants will gather prior
to the walk in Room 205 of Reamer Campus Center. Those unable to attend are invited to
forward concerns to John Skumurski in the Finance Office.

Wednesday, March 12, 8 p.m., Reamer Campus Center Auditorium. The Union College
Jazz Ensemble, directed by Prof. Tim Olsen, will perform standards by Charles Mingus,
Charlie Parker and Duke Ellington.

March 17, 8 p.m., Memorial Chapel. The trio of Wu Han, piano; Pamela Frank,
violin; and Yeesun Kim, cello perform a program in honor of the bicentennial of Schubert
as part of the Schenectady Museum-Union College chamber concert series.