Every year, Wittenberg University hosts a wide range of events and activities. Scroll down below for events happening each month, and be sure to follow Wittenberg across social media platforms.

AprilSunday14

12:00pm
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Sunday, April 14thSunday, April 14thAmerica/New_YorkShopping Shuttle For StudentsA FREE bi-weekly Shopping Shuttle service, sponsored by Student Senate, will run from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. on the days below during the Fall 2023 semester. The shuttle will pick Wittenberg University students up from the south-facing doors of the Benham-Pence Student Center, near the roundabout with the flagpoles, and return them to the same location during this time frame. Learn MoreBenham-Pence Student Center
2:00pm
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Sunday, April 14thSunday, April 14thAmerica/New_YorkMainstage Performance: Angels in AmericaMainstage Performance Angels in America Part One: Millennium Approaches By Tony Kushner Showtimes 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 11 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 12 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 13 2 p.m. Sunday, April 14 Theatre & Dance Performance Schedule Theatre & Dance Ticket InformationChakeres Memorial Theatre
4:00pm
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Sunday, April 14thSunday, April 14thAmerica/New_YorkHonors Percussion Ensemble Festival ConcertWittenberg University's Percussion Ensemble is open to all students. The chamber ensemble explores music of many different genres such as new and contemporary works, concert percussion, Cuban, Brazilian, Steel Drum, and African Folkloric Music. From April 12-14, the ensemble is hosting an Honors Percussion Ensemble, culminating with a concert at 4 p.m. Sunday, April 14. Click here to learn more about all music events at Wittenberg.Krieg Recital Hall
7:00pm
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Sunday, April 14thSunday, April 14thAmerica/New_YorkFaculty Artist RecitalKrieg Recital Hall

AprilMonday15

7:00pm
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Monday, April 15thMonday, April 15thAmerica/New_YorkChapel ServiceWeekly chapel service, open to everyone.Weaver Chapel

AprilThursday18

4:30pm
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Thursday, April 18thThursday, April 18thAmerica/New_YorkSenior Salute PictureRain Date: Thursday, April 25 (same time and location) Tickets will be distributed after the Senior Salute picture; please have your student IDs ready. If you have questions or concerns, please contact Brandee Bates Kern at commencement@wittenberg.edu.Myers Hall Steps
6:00pm
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Thursday, April 18thThursday, April 18thAmerica/New_YorkGraduate School Prep Series EventWanting to attend graduate school, but not sure where to start? Not sure if graduate school is right for you? Attend the Graduate School Prep Series to answer your grad school questions! Career Services Events & ActivitiesNess Auditorium; Hollenbeck Hall

AprilFriday19

9:00am
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Friday, April 19thFriday, April 19thAmerica/New_YorkJunior Honors DayCalling all high school juniors who are interested in learning about Wittenberg's Honors Program! Join us for our Junior Honors Day, which offers a great opportunity to learn all about what it means to be a Wittenberg Tiger. Learn MoreBenham-Pence Student Center
12:00pm
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Friday, April 19thFriday, April 19thAmerica/New_YorkPhilosophy for Difficult Conversations: Lecture by Intellectual ResponsibilityOften, we avoid difficult conversations for fear of conflict, particularly when these conversations deal with controversial issues. In this series, we’ll use philosophical methods to ask important questions about controversial issues and facilitate respectful and effective conversations on those issues. All are welcome– students, staff, faculty, and community members! This event is a keynote talk by philosopher Chelsea Bowden from Denison University. She will conduct a Q&A focused on intellectual responsibility.Ness Auditorium; Hollenbeck Hall
2:00pm
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Friday, April 19thFriday, April 19thAmerica/New_YorkConnections SymposiumTo recognize the academic accomplishments of students and to highlight Wittenberg’s diversity of experiential learning opportunities, the inaugural Connections Symposium will debut on Friday, April 19, beginning at 2 p.m. The symposium will utilize several locations across campus throughout the day, including Blair Hall, Thomas Library, the Joseph C. Shouvlin Center for Lifelong Learning, and the Benham-Pence Student Center. Connections Symposium Landing PageVarious Locations
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