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SPRING COURSES SCHEDULE

Art Music, Dance
Literature, Film & Theater
History & Current Affairs
Science & Nature
Health & Fitness
Outdoors Experience
How To & Self-Improvement
Local Issues/Adventures

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[ Course Schedule ]


LUNCH & LEARN SERIES
Wednesdays
12 Noon to 1:00 p.m.

JANUARY 21, through MARCH 4, 2015.

LOCATION:
WNMU, Global Resource Center, ABC Room

[ The Schedule . . . ]


REFLECTIONS OF AN ARTIST


Donna J. Snyder, Poet

March 18, 6:30
Miller Library, WNMU Campus


[ Program Details . . . ]