What a Weekend!
We added up all the things going on at campus this weekend... You're gonna need a cloning machine to enjoy them all.
Okay, it had to happen: Biola has grown to the point that, instead of having nothing to do on the weekend, now there's too many things for one person to do it all.
Warning: hard choices ahead!
Friday Oct 28
Symphonic Winds Fall Concert, "Sanctuary." 730pm in Crowell Music. Robert Feller's ensemble brings new visions of space for reflection. Free for students. Info.
Biola Theatre presents "To Kill a Mockingbird," 8pm at Theatre 21. The Pulitzer Prize-winning novel and much-honored movie comes to Biola's stage, a tale of childhood and prejudice in 1930's Alabama. Tickets $10. Info.
Punk-N-Pie, 930pm at Chase (NOTE CHANGED TIME AND LOCATION!). Musical performances from your peers. Many auditioned, few were chosen... you should hear the acts that were cut! Free for students (and free pie too!) Info.
Saturday Oct 29
Sabbathing, featuring Psalm 23. 9am-Noon at Calvary Chapel. Three chapel credits. Info.
Swimming/Diving dual meet vs. Azusa Pacific, 10am. Info.
"Finding Sanctuary in Film" Festival, begins 1pm in Sutherland Aud. A whole day of movies and movie Q&A with their creators. More info.
Volleyball vs. Westmont, 1pm at Chase. More info.
Men's Soccer vs. Vanguard, 4:30pm on the Soccer Field; rescheduled from Friday night. Info.
"Noche de Albanza," a night of worship in Spanish & English sponsored by UNIDOS. 7pm at Calvary Chapel. Info.
Women's Soccer vs. Vanguard, 7pm on the Soccer Field. Info.
Biola Symphony Orchestra presents "Rhapsody in Blue," featuring George Boespflug on piano and Robert Feller on trumpet. 730pm at Crowell Music. Info.
"To Kill A Mockingbird" continues in Theatre 21, 8pm, $10. Info.
Sunday Oct 30
Auditions today for Biola Chorale Coffee House; signups in Music 108.
"To Kill A Mockingbird" continues in Theatre 21, 3pm matinee, $10. Info.
Singspiration, 8pm at Chase. Didn't think we'd forget this?
Rich Kids Comedy Club presents "unBOOlievable," 930p at Mayers Aud. Tickets $3. Quite a way to end the weekend, no?