This Friday evening, April 22 at 7:00 p.m., theatre students from Tennessee Wesleyan University will present For the Love of Ukraine, a staged reading of excerpts from the Ukrainian drama, Birds from an Invisible Island, by Valerii Shevchuk. A final theatre class project, the hour-long staged reading event will also serve as a fundraiser for those in desperate need of humanitarian relief from the effects of the war raging in the Ukraine.
The Merner Pfeiffer Library on the campus of Tennessee Wesleyan University will welcome Margaret Edds, Wednesday, April 20 at 4 p.m., for a book presentation tea and reception.
TWU President Dr. Harley Knowles was the featured guest at the 9th Annual Goodfriend Lecture Series, last week, in Johnson Event Center on the campus of Tennessee Wesleyan.
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TWU is excited to share the newest feature at the Muriel S. Mayfield Gallery. The paintings on display are from Tennessee Wesleyan's president Dr. Harley Knowles.
The TWU Concert Choir and Chorale will present their spring concert, April 5, at 7:00pm, at Allen Memorial UMC in Athens. This performance is free and open to the public, with a short reception to follow.
The Merner Pfeiffer Library on the campus of Tennessee Wesleyan University will welcome Dreams of Kings in the final act of the Lawrence Concert Series. The free concert will be held Friday, April 1, beginning at 6pm in the library.
Savannah Rymer finished her senior year at Tennessee Wesleyan online and from home due to the pandemic. She stayed motivated, and upon graduating, she got accepted into her dream school and was hired full-time as a communications specialist.
Tennessee Wesleyan University will welcome Dr. Brent Strawn as the 2022 Heritage Day lecturer, March 21 and 22. Strawn is a professor of Old Testament at Duke Divinity School and will present a lecture entitled, "The Greatest Story Never Told: Why the Bible is Not a Story (but something far better)."
April Preston was hesitant. Despite her mother and grandmother each attending Tennessee Wesleyan, she had other plans, namely, to attend the University of Tennessee.