- Sep.8Room Blessings
Franciscan friars to visit each residence hall on campus to bless rooms.
- Sep.19Philosophy Lecture
Kierkegaard's Don Giovanni & the Seductions of the Inner Ear
- Sep.24Architecture and Nature
2014 Walton Critic, architect Eliana Bórmida, will deliver a lecture at 6 p.m.in the Edward M. Crough Center for Architectural Studies’ Koubek Auditorium.
- Sep.26Philosophy Lecture
The Polyphonic Mind
- Sep.29The Second John Oh Memorial Lecture
Robert L. Gallucci will speak on "The North Korean Nuclear Issue: Why It Matters and What Can Be Done."
- Oct.3Family Weekend
Family Weekend gives CUA families a chance to visit students while participating in a number of activities.
- Oct.9King Oedipus
The Department of Drama presents King Oedipus Oct. 9 through 12.
- Oct.13Columbus Day
The University will be closed.
- Oct.14Administrative Monday
Monday classes meet instead of Tuesday classes this day only.
The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music will present Carousel as the fall musical.
- Oct.17Philosophy Lecture
The Logos of Plato's Laches: A Course Note
- Oct.17Cardinal Weekend
Homecoming and Reunions Weekend is now known as Cardinal Weekend.
- Oct.24Philosophy Lecture
How Does Music Imitate Nature?
- Oct.30Eighth Annual Frederick R. Mcmanus Memorial Lecture
Duncan Stroik, professor of architecture at the University of Notre Dame, will deliver the annual lecture sponsored by the School of Canon Law.
- Nov.7Philosophy Lecture
Music and the Idea of a World: On Plato and Schopenhauer
- Nov.7Chamber Choir Concert
The Catholic University Chamber choir will perform with Leo Nestor, professor and director of the Institute of Sacred Music, as conductor.
- Nov.9CUA Symphony Orchestra Concert
The orchestra will perform at Hartke Theater.
- Nov.14Composition Program Recital
Student compositions from the music school’s Composition Program will be performed.
The fall opera, Susannah, will be performed Nov. 20 through 23.
- Nov.20La Perdida
The Department of Drama presents La Perdida, an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Winter’s Tale set in colonial Mexico, Nov. 20 through 23.
- Nov.21Philosophy Lecture
Values of Music
The University will be closed Wednesday, Nov. 26, through Sunday, Nov. 30, for Thanksgiving.
- Dec.3CUA Wind Ensemble
The CUA Wind Ensemble will perform in Hartke Theatre.
- Dec.525th Annual Christmas Concert for Charity
The 25th annual concert in the Great Upper Church at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception will feature the CUA Chamber Choir, University Singers, University Chorus and the CUA Symphony Orchestra with Leo Nestor, professor and director of the Institute of Sacred Music, as conductor.
- Dec.5Philosophy Lecture
Is There a Music of the Spheres?
- Dec.5Last Day of Classes
Classes for the fall semester will end.
- Dec.8Patronal Feast of the Immaculate Conception
The University will be closed. This day also will serve as a Reading Day for students.
- Dec.9Final Exams
Final exams will be held Tuesday, Dec. 9, through Saturday, Dec. 13.
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