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11 am
Dr. Xyanthe Neider – Anti-Racism Training
Workshop / Seminar
Online - Online

This session will explore what antiracism is, what it looks like in higher education across instruction and student affairs, and who it is for. The facilitator will breakdown theory, translate theory into practice, and offer some examples of antiracist practices while speaking to the mindset and orientation one needs to do high quality antiracist work.

12:10 pm
Atrium Recital Series
WSU Pullman - Terrell Library Atrium


Graduate flutist Stasia Kulsa will take you on musical tour of the world with works from Poland, Austria, America, and Germany. She will be performing with pianist Dr. Yuna Roh.

3:10 pm
Student Recital – Theo Mitchell, composition
WSU Pullman - Bryan Hall


Premieres of Composition Student Theo Mitchell, including Galaxy Fish, Atlas’ Lullaby, Grief, and Sunshine Through the Leaves. The program features a variety of student performers from various areas.

7 pm
Distant Worlds – Alien Life?
WSU Pullman - Sloan Hall

A tour of February night skies, followed by the planetarium production “Distant Worlds – Alien Life?”

7:30 pm
Faculty Artist Series – Jake Svendsen, Piano
WSU Pullman - Bryan Hall


WSU jazz pianist and music professor Jake Svendsen presents an evening of jazz piano improvisation in a modern trio setting, featuring WSU faculty David Bjur on bass and Darryl Singleton on drums. The pieces performed are drawn from the early to middle period of jazz music’s history, and…