The Fall 2014 semester will offer numerous opportunities for students to venture into New York City.
• Verdi’s Aida at the Metropolitan Opera
• American Ballet Theatre at the Koch Theater at Lincoln Center
• A Delicate Balance, featuring Glenn Close and John Lithgow at the John Golden Theatre on Broadway
• Rossini’s The Barber of Seville at the Metropolitan Opera
“An Honors College education can be a freeing endeavor,” said Richard Garner, Ph.D., dean of Honors College since the College’s inception in 1995. “Through the knowledge of current scientific discoveries, by reading the best of literature, by approaching social and political issues and by studying humanity’s achievements in the arts, students are empowered with a wide variety of knowledge that enlarges and enriches their lives.”
Students who’ve attended in the past encourage current students to attend. Tim Oriani, junior in theatre, called his experience “totally amazing,” while Jennifer Lin, senior, double majoring in history and political science, labeled her attendance priceless.
These events were not only freeing, but practically free. Students could experience the best music, theatre, dance and art the world has to offer for only $10 per show.
“It’s the opportunity of a lifetime to begin the process of discovery that will lead to a more rewarding life,” Dr. Garner said.
Students interested in attending should visit with their Honors professors. Stay tuned to a more detailed listing of these events and activities as they begin to be scheduled for the spring 2015 semester.
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