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Academic Celebration Week at Lindsey Wilson

Lindsey Wilson College will devote a week to celebrating the academic and artistic talents of students beginning Monday, Dec 3. The annual Academic Celebration Week will showcase the projects, ideas and talents of more than 200 LWC undergraduate students.

The week will include undergraduate research presentations by students from various disciplines, as well as presentations by seniors from the LWC Bonner Program detailing the impact service has had on their education and future career choices.

The Lindsey Wilson College choral ensembles with members of the Louisville Symphony will present a performance of Messiah Sing at 7pmCT on Tuesday, Dec. 4 at Columbia Baptist Church, 201 Greensburg St., Columbia, KY. The annual concert is patterned after Messiah sing-alongs in which the audience joins in singing the choral sections.

The week will also feature the LWC Theatre Program's final performances of Bright Star at 7pmCT on December 6 and 7. The production features the Grammy-nominated score by famed comedian Steve Martin and Edie Brickell. All performances will take place in V.P. Henry Auditorium, 210 Lindsey Wilson St., Columbia, KY.

The Lindsey Wilson College band will close out the week-long celebration with its yearly winter concert at 7pmCT on Friday, Dec. 7, in Biggers Sports Center, 360 Spickard Drive, Columbia, KY.

"Academic Celebration Week is a reminder of what a gifted and talented student body we have at Lindsey Wilson," said LWC President William T. Luckey Jr. "It's wonderful to enjoy such a wide variety of academic programs, and learn what students and faculty have been collaborating on this school year."

LWC's 108th commencement ceremony will be at 10amCT on Saturday, Dec 15, 2018, in Biggers Sports Center.

For more information about Academic Celebration Week, contact the Office of Academic Affairs at or 270-384-8030.

EVENTS: Monday, Dec 3, 2018
  • Right to Work Project: 10:30 - 11:30amCT -- Goodhue 315
  • Poster Sessions: 11:00amCT - 2:00pmCT -- Cranmer Dining Center
  • Voice Recitals: 4:30pmCT -- Slider Recital Hall

Tuesday, Dec 4
  • Seminar I Student Art Exhibit Artist Talks: 9:30amCT - 10:30amCT -- Slider Begley Gallery
  • R.V. Bennett Honors -- Fall Symposium: 12:00pmCT - 4:15pmCT -- Katie Murrell Library, Clark Reading Room
  • Prescribed Action Research Presentations: 3:30pmCT - 4:30pmCT -- Hodge
  • Jefferson the West/Women in the American Revolution: 3:30pmCT -- Katie Murrell Library, Conference Room
  • Messiah Sing Concert: 7:00pmCT -- Columbia Baptist Church

Wednesday, Dec 5
  • Bonner Across Borders: 10:30amCT - 11:30amCT -- Hodge
  • Being Who I Needed/Near or Far: 2:00pmCT - 4:00pmCT -- Hodge

Thursday, Dec 6
  • Seminar I Student Art Exhibit Artist Talks: 9:30amCT - 10:30amCT -- Slider Begley Gallery
  • Nursing Research Presentations: 11:00amCT - 2:45pmCT Goodin, Nursing Skills Lab
  • Quality Personnel Collaborative Project: 1:30pmCT - 2:30pmCT -- Fugitte 327
  • Theater Production of Bright Star: 7pmCT -- V.P. Henry Auditorium

Friday, Dec 7
  • Theater Production of Bright Star: 7pmCT -- V.P. Henry Auditorium
  • LWC Band Winter Concert: 7pmCT -- Biggers Sport Center

Sunday, Dec 9
  • LWC Singers Christmas Concert: 6pmCT -- Russell Springs First United Methodist Church

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