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Music Department Recital November 9

9/23/2010 - Music students will perform from 12:30 p.m. to 1:20 p.m,on Tuesday, November 9 in the theater of  the Davis Fine Arts Building.  Recitals are free and open to the public. Read More


Nelson Family Illusionists October 8 & 9

9/23/2010 - The performance will be October 8 & 9 at 7:30 p.m. in the Davis Fine Arts Theater. Read More


Art Exhibit October 5 - November 3

9/23/2010 - Photography by Gro Jarto, visiting artist from Norway.Reception will be October 5 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Read More


Vogue/Esquire Models October 5

9/23/2010 - One of the world's largest traveling fashion production companies stages the latest in Fashion.7 p.m. Tuesday, October 5Davis Fine Arts Theater Read More


A Few Tickets Remain for the WV Symphony Performance

9/21/2010 -   Read More


WV Symphony Free WVSU Performance on Sept. 24

9/16/2010 -   Read More


Cancer Immunotherapy Researcher to Speak September 23

9/13/2010 -   Read More


President Hazo W. Carter, Jr. to Give State of the University Address on September 21

9/13/2010 -       Read More


Constitution Day Convocation to Discuss Civil Liberties

9/13/2010 - U. S. Constitution Under Challenge: Civil Liberties Issues in West VirginiaTopic of Sept 17 Constitution Day Convocation The West Virginia State University College of Business and Social Sciences will hold a Constitution Day... Read More


Faculty Lecture - November 11 - The Victory Loan Tour of 1945

9/8/2010 - Presenter:  James Spencer, Ph.D.,  Professor, Department of Psychology. THE VICTORY LOAN TOUR - 1945.  Read More


Faculty Lecture - November 4 - WV Rosie the Riveters

9/8/2010 - Presenters: Zach Brewster, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Sociology, and John Haulotte, Department of Sociology and Philosophy.WEST VIRGINIA ROSIE THE RIVETERS REFLECT ON WWII. Read More


Faculty Lecture - October 28 - Paul Mocombe, Ph.D.

9/8/2010 - Presenter:  Paul C. Mocombe, Ph.D., WVSU Assistant Professor of Sociology and Philosophy.  Faculty lectures are held in 103 Davis Fine Arts (unless otherwise noted.)  They are free and open to the public.  Read More


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