Digger and Allison Newhard visited the Trexler Library on Thursday for an introduction to the new 3D printer the Makerbot Replicator 2. They were able to see it in action [3D Printer video] printing a platform Digger drafted for Dancing at Lughnasa! Kim Sando is graciously taking on larger components of the set to see what other capabilities we will have. More posts soon to follow!
We are excited for the opportunity to learn about 3D Printing and how it can impact theatre over the next semester. The library will hose an open house today and tomorrow, read more about it here.
Our annual Christmas party is tomorrow, December 17th at 5pm in the Scene Shop. The evening will include Food, Christmas Trivia, Secret Santa and much more!
Contact Allison for more information: email@example.com
We will begin decorating at 2pm if you want to come help!
While we’re all hoping the snow holds out for us tomorrow, we are hurrying to put the final touches on our musical production of Little Women. Happy Holidays!
Check out our latest video, courtesy of Tim Cox.
If you are a high school senior interested in applying for a Talent Scholarship to attend DeSales University in the Fall of 2015, follow this link.
We will have two scholarship days, December 13, 2014 and January 18, 2015.
Join us for the Emerging Choreographers’ Concert opening tonight and running through Sunday. There are only a couple tickets remaining so act fast! Featuring the Lighting Design of Allison Newhard and Stage Managed by Lizzie Nixon.
Next week, November 10 – 14, is Career Development Week. The Career Development Center is hosting an event every day next week, so be sure to stop in Dooling 121 for pancakes, prizes and more!
Monday, we will have a table in the DUC during the lunch hour for students to tell us about their dream job.
Tuesday is the Art of Small Talk with guest speaker Eve Tannery from 69 News in the Trexler room in the DUC from 5:30-7:00. Learn the ins-and-outs of networking in a professional setting and grab some good food.
Wednesday is Career Development Day. The Director of Career Development, Kristin Eicholtz, will be making pancakes for students from 9:00-11:00 in Dooling 121, as well as giving out career advice.
Thursday is Inquire by the Fire from 7:00-8:00 in the McShea Commons; this gives students who have never had an internship an opportunity to meet with their peers who have. And as always, there are s’mores and hot chocolate.
Friday is our Instagram Contest! If you take a picture of “what success means to you” throughout the week and post it on Instagram and tag the Career Development Center @dsucareer you will be entered to win two tickets to the upcoming Student Activities trip to New York. The most creative post wins!
Questions? Andrew Ivankovits <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Join us for a night of great food and entertainment, November 25th in the DeSales University Center (DUC). Click here for more details. As if the food wasn’t enough, the music and dancing is wonderful fun!
It’s astounding to think the holidays are less than two months away! Fear not, the Design/Tech Christmas Party is being planned as we speak. What a wonderful way to end a whirlwind semester! Want to be a part of it? Contact Allison Newhard at email@example.com! We will need lots of help decorating, planning games and contests and preparing food!
August 8, 2012!! So scary to think almost all of these students will have graduated by next Spring!
Justin Haugh ’14 preps for welding by jigging out a railing for our 2012 production of Anything Goes!