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10/29
Photographs by Maxine Payne

12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Location: Morlan Gallery

Photographer Maxine Payne’s photographic installation tells two stories. First, the Depression-era history of Jim and Mancy Massengill, who built a homemade camera and trailer so they could travel the state from 1937 to 1941 making and selling pictures, three for a dime. Inspired Payne presents a second narrative in her exhibition: multiple stories from contemporary rural women living on the U.S./Mexican border or in Vietnam, Africa, and Arkansas. Institute 193, a Lexington gallery, will exhibit the original Massengill family photographs. Click for details

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10/29
Women's volleyball game against Earlham

7:30 p.m.
Location: Beck Center
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10/30
Photographs by Maxine Payne

12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Location: Morlan Gallery

Photographer Maxine Payne’s photographic installation tells two stories. First, the Depression-era history of Jim and Mancy Massengill, who built a homemade camera and trailer so they could travel the state from 1937 to 1941 making and selling pictures, three for a dime. Inspired Payne presents a second narrative in her exhibition: multiple stories from contemporary rural women living on the U.S./Mexican border or in Vietnam, Africa, and Arkansas. Institute 193, a Lexington gallery, will exhibit the original Massengill family photographs. Click for details

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10/31
Blood Drive

10:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
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10/31
Photographs by Maxine Payne

12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Location: Morlan Gallery

Photographer Maxine Payne’s photographic installation tells two stories. First, the Depression-era history of Jim and Mancy Massengill, who built a homemade camera and trailer so they could travel the state from 1937 to 1941 making and selling pictures, three for a dime. Inspired Payne presents a second narrative in her exhibition: multiple stories from contemporary rural women living on the U.S./Mexican border or in Vietnam, Africa, and Arkansas. Institute 193, a Lexington gallery, will exhibit the original Massengill family photographs. Click for details

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11/1
Field hockey game against Rhodes

11:00 a.m.
Location: Athletics Complex
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11/1
Women's Soccer game against Anderson (Ind.)

2:00 p.m.
Location: Athletics Complex
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11/1
Men's Soccer game against Anderson (Ind.)

4:30 p.m.
Location: Athletics Complex
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11/2
Field hockey game against Hendrix

11:00 a.m.
Location: Athletics Complex
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11/3
Photographs by Maxine Payne

12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Location: Morlan Gallery

Photographer Maxine Payne’s photographic installation tells two stories. First, the Depression-era history of Jim and Mancy Massengill, who built a homemade camera and trailer so they could travel the state from 1937 to 1941 making and selling pictures, three for a dime. Inspired Payne presents a second narrative in her exhibition: multiple stories from contemporary rural women living on the U.S./Mexican border or in Vietnam, Africa, and Arkansas. Institute 193, a Lexington gallery, will exhibit the original Massengill family photographs. Click for details

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11/4
Photographs by Maxine Payne

12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Location: Morlan Gallery

Photographer Maxine Payne’s photographic installation tells two stories. First, the Depression-era history of Jim and Mancy Massengill, who built a homemade camera and trailer so they could travel the state from 1937 to 1941 making and selling pictures, three for a dime. Inspired Payne presents a second narrative in her exhibition: multiple stories from contemporary rural women living on the U.S./Mexican border or in Vietnam, Africa, and Arkansas. Institute 193, a Lexington gallery, will exhibit the original Massengill family photographs. Click for details

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11/5
Photographs by Maxine Payne

12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Location: Morlan Gallery

Photographer Maxine Payne’s photographic installation tells two stories. First, the Depression-era history of Jim and Mancy Massengill, who built a homemade camera and trailer so they could travel the state from 1937 to 1941 making and selling pictures, three for a dime. Inspired Payne presents a second narrative in her exhibition: multiple stories from contemporary rural women living on the U.S./Mexican border or in Vietnam, Africa, and Arkansas. Institute 193, a Lexington gallery, will exhibit the original Massengill family photographs. Click for details

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11/6
Photographs by Maxine Payne

12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Location: Morlan Gallery

Photographer Maxine Payne’s photographic installation tells two stories. First, the Depression-era history of Jim and Mancy Massengill, who built a homemade camera and trailer so they could travel the state from 1937 to 1941 making and selling pictures, three for a dime. Inspired Payne presents a second narrative in her exhibition: multiple stories from contemporary rural women living on the U.S./Mexican border or in Vietnam, Africa, and Arkansas. Institute 193, a Lexington gallery, will exhibit the original Massengill family photographs. Click for details

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11/7
Photographs by Maxine Payne

12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Location: Morlan Gallery

Photographer Maxine Payne’s photographic installation tells two stories. First, the Depression-era history of Jim and Mancy Massengill, who built a homemade camera and trailer so they could travel the state from 1937 to 1941 making and selling pictures, three for a dime. Inspired Payne presents a second narrative in her exhibition: multiple stories from contemporary rural women living on the U.S./Mexican border or in Vietnam, Africa, and Arkansas. Institute 193, a Lexington gallery, will exhibit the original Massengill family photographs. Click for details

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11/10
Photographs by Maxine Payne

12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Location: Morlan Gallery

Photographer Maxine Payne’s photographic installation tells two stories. First, the Depression-era history of Jim and Mancy Massengill, who built a homemade camera and trailer so they could travel the state from 1937 to 1941 making and selling pictures, three for a dime. Inspired Payne presents a second narrative in her exhibition: multiple stories from contemporary rural women living on the U.S./Mexican border or in Vietnam, Africa, and Arkansas. Institute 193, a Lexington gallery, will exhibit the original Massengill family photographs. Click for details

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11/11
Photographs by Maxine Payne

12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Location: Morlan Gallery

Photographer Maxine Payne’s photographic installation tells two stories. First, the Depression-era history of Jim and Mancy Massengill, who built a homemade camera and trailer so they could travel the state from 1937 to 1941 making and selling pictures, three for a dime. Inspired Payne presents a second narrative in her exhibition: multiple stories from contemporary rural women living on the U.S./Mexican border or in Vietnam, Africa, and Arkansas. Institute 193, a Lexington gallery, will exhibit the original Massengill family photographs. Click for details

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11/12
Photographs by Maxine Payne

12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Location: Morlan Gallery

Photographer Maxine Payne’s photographic installation tells two stories. First, the Depression-era history of Jim and Mancy Massengill, who built a homemade camera and trailer so they could travel the state from 1937 to 1941 making and selling pictures, three for a dime. Inspired Payne presents a second narrative in her exhibition: multiple stories from contemporary rural women living on the U.S./Mexican border or in Vietnam, Africa, and Arkansas. Institute 193, a Lexington gallery, will exhibit the original Massengill family photographs. Click for details

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11/13
Photographs by Maxine Payne

12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Location: Morlan Gallery

Photographer Maxine Payne’s photographic installation tells two stories. First, the Depression-era history of Jim and Mancy Massengill, who built a homemade camera and trailer so they could travel the state from 1937 to 1941 making and selling pictures, three for a dime. Inspired Payne presents a second narrative in her exhibition: multiple stories from contemporary rural women living on the U.S./Mexican border or in Vietnam, Africa, and Arkansas. Institute 193, a Lexington gallery, will exhibit the original Massengill family photographs. Click for details

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11/13
"Shakespeare in Mind"

7:30 p.m.
Location: Little Theater

Transylvania University proudly presents "Shakespeare in Mind," an original Transylvania production that channel-surfs Shakespeare through 21st-century American culture. Shakespeare’s scenes and soliloquies mix with contemporary playwriting; film performances share the stage with Shakespearean swag; and works based on, inspired by, or ripped off from the Bard combine with biography and theories that someone else wrote Shakespeare’s plays. Tickets $10 general admission; $5 with Transylvania ID Click for details

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11/14
Photographs by Maxine Payne

12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Location: Morlan Gallery

Photographer Maxine Payne’s photographic installation tells two stories. First, the Depression-era history of Jim and Mancy Massengill, who built a homemade camera and trailer so they could travel the state from 1937 to 1941 making and selling pictures, three for a dime. Inspired Payne presents a second narrative in her exhibition: multiple stories from contemporary rural women living on the U.S./Mexican border or in Vietnam, Africa, and Arkansas. Institute 193, a Lexington gallery, will exhibit the original Massengill family photographs. Click for details

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11/14
"Shakespeare in Mind"

7:30 p.m.
Location: Little Theater

Transylvania University proudly presents "Shakespeare in Mind," an original Transylvania production that channel-surfs Shakespeare through 21st-century American culture. Shakespeare’s scenes and soliloquies mix with contemporary playwriting; film performances share the stage with Shakespearean swag; and works based on, inspired by, or ripped off from the Bard combine with biography and theories that someone else wrote Shakespeare’s plays. If the mention of Shakespeare’s name sparks a hundred associations in your mind, this production is for you. Tickets $10 general admission; $5 with Transylvania ID Click for details

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11/15
"Shakespeare in Mind"

7:30 p.m.
Location: Little Theater

Transylvania University proudly presents "Shakespeare in Mind," an original Transylvania production that channel-surfs Shakespeare through 21st-century American culture. Shakespeare’s scenes and soliloquies mix with contemporary playwriting; film performances share the stage with Shakespearean swag; and works based on, inspired by, or ripped off from the Bard combine with biography and theories that someone else wrote Shakespeare’s plays. If the mention of Shakespeare’s name sparks a hundred associations in your mind, this production is for you. Tickets $10 general admission; $5 with Transylvania ID. Click for details

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11/17
Photographs by Maxine Payne

12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Location: Morlan Gallery

Photographer Maxine Payne’s photographic installation tells two stories. First, the Depression-era history of Jim and Mancy Massengill, who built a homemade camera and trailer so they could travel the state from 1937 to 1941 making and selling pictures, three for a dime. Inspired Payne presents a second narrative in her exhibition: multiple stories from contemporary rural women living on the U.S./Mexican border or in Vietnam, Africa, and Arkansas. Institute 193, a Lexington gallery, will exhibit the original Massengill family photographs. Click for details

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11/18
Photographs by Maxine Payne

12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Location: Morlan Gallery

Photographer Maxine Payne’s photographic installation tells two stories. First, the Depression-era history of Jim and Mancy Massengill, who built a homemade camera and trailer so they could travel the state from 1937 to 1941 making and selling pictures, three for a dime. Inspired Payne presents a second narrative in her exhibition: multiple stories from contemporary rural women living on the U.S./Mexican border or in Vietnam, Africa, and Arkansas. Institute 193, a Lexington gallery, will exhibit the original Massengill family photographs. Click for details

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11/19
Photographs by Maxine Payne

12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Location: Morlan Gallery

Photographer Maxine Payne’s photographic installation tells two stories. First, the Depression-era history of Jim and Mancy Massengill, who built a homemade camera and trailer so they could travel the state from 1937 to 1941 making and selling pictures, three for a dime. Inspired Payne presents a second narrative in her exhibition: multiple stories from contemporary rural women living on the U.S./Mexican border or in Vietnam, Africa, and Arkansas. Institute 193, a Lexington gallery, will exhibit the original Massengill family photographs. Click for details

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11/20
Photographs by Maxine Payne

12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Location: Morlan Gallery

Photographer Maxine Payne’s photographic installation tells two stories. First, the Depression-era history of Jim and Mancy Massengill, who built a homemade camera and trailer so they could travel the state from 1937 to 1941 making and selling pictures, three for a dime. Inspired Payne presents a second narrative in her exhibition: multiple stories from contemporary rural women living on the U.S./Mexican border or in Vietnam, Africa, and Arkansas. Institute 193, a Lexington gallery, will exhibit the original Massengill family photographs. Click for details

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11/20
"Shakespeare in Mind"

7:30 p.m.
Location: Little Theater

Transylvania University proudly presents "Shakespeare in Mind," an original Transylvania production that channel-surfs Shakespeare through 21st-century American culture. Shakespeare’s scenes and soliloquies mix with contemporary playwriting; film performances share the stage with Shakespearean swag; and works based on, inspired by, or ripped off from the Bard combine with biography and theories that someone else wrote Shakespeare’s plays. If the mention of Shakespeare’s name sparks a hundred associations in your mind, this production is for you. Tickets $10 general admission; $5 with Transylvania ID. Click for details

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