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From the Heights—Fall 2012 Campus News

SHU Hosts 5th Annual Arts Speak Festival

On May 10, SHU hosted the 5th annual Arts Speak fine arts festival for Lenawee County high school students. This celebration in the arts brought approximately 400 top artists and musicians to campus (left) for a day of workshops and collaborative projects. The day featured a keynote from SHU alum Leslie Love.

Jeff Englehardt
Jeff Englehardt

SHU Professor Has Article Published

Siena Heights Assistant Professor of Philosophy Jeff Englehardt will have his article titled “Varieties of Multiple Antecedent Cause,” published in the September 2012 journal of Acta Analytica. Acta Analytica is a peer-reviewed, international quarterly. The journal aims to promote a rigorous, argumentative approach in philosophy.

Dinner Theater Event on the “Cutting Edge”

Sweeney Todd
Sweeney Todd

Theatre Siena and the Alumni Office co-hosted SHU alumni and friends on March 31 for an evening of dinner and drama, meat pies and music! This year’s dinner/theater event included a wine & cheese reception with entertainment by Barbershop Voices of Siena, an elegant dinner with dessert speaker Mark DiPietro discussing “Revenge Tragedy and the Theater of Blood: From Penny Dreadful to Broadway”, and the Theatre Siena production of the musical thriller “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.”

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From the Heights – Spring 2012

Sister Schnapp Receives Award from Michigan Campus Compact

Sister Pat Schnapp

Siena Heights English faculty member Sister Pat Schnapp received the Michigan Campus Compact Community Service Learning Award. This prestigious award is given annually to faculty and staff of Michigan institutions who excel in community service and higher learning. It is the highest honor the MCC can bestow on faculty and staff in the state.

Peeradina’s Poetry Reviewed by World Literature Today

A review of SHU English faculty member Saleem Peeradina’s latest book of poetry, “Slow Dance,” was released in the November-December 2011 issue of “World Literature Today,” one of the oldest magazines to feature Inter- national writing.  Read more . . .