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Wednesday November 4, 2020
 
11:40 AM

Contact  Beate Gilliar
BCGilliar@manchester.edu
Location  North Manchester Campus Mall

All students, faculty and staff are welcome to 20 minutes of music to dance, refresh and rejuvenate! Social distancing will be observed, and please wear your mask.

Thursday November 5, 2020
 
7:00 PM

Contact  Virginia Rendler
vbrendler@manchester.edu

The productive economy has continuously rewarded high skilled labors by making the less-skilled workforce more and more redundant, thereby setting workers apart in terms of their skill identities. At the same time, the same forces of machine age are continuously allowing humans to interact and be aware of each other’s lifestyles and consumption choices by continuously bridging geographic and economic barriers. Irrespective of their earning potentials and skill positions, rapid growth of digital technologies are standardizing people’s consumption and lifestyle preferences thereby bringing them closer to one another in their consumer identities. The resulting forces are fueling enormous tension across societies. In America, this tension has divided the country socially, politically, and economically giving birth to two nations within one – the ‘forgotten America’ and the ‘elite America’, which are fundamentally different and somehow incompatible to each another.

7:30 PM

https://17632.thankyou4caring.org/fall-alumni-virtual-event...
Contact  Taylor Strong
trstrong@manchester.edu
Location  Registration information link above

Let’s hear firsthand from our COVID-19 first responders! This panel-led discussion will focus on individual experiences in the pandemic and in treating infectious diseases, whether at a hospital treating coronavirus patients, educating families on how to best avoid the virus or treating them for it, and sharing how infectious diseases work. Our panel will consist of Dr. Angela Rogers ’96, an expert in pulmonary and critical care medicine at Stanford University Medical Center, Dr. Joshua Kline ’98, chief medical officer with Parkview Physicians Group in Fort Wayne and Dr. Trent Towne, associate professor of pharmacy practice and a clinical pharmacy specialist in infectious diseases at Parkview Regional Medical Center.


Friday November 6, 2020
 
6:00 PM


(Men's Basketball) Manchester at Trine, Cancelled

Saturday November 7, 2020
 
 


(Men's Basketball) Calvin vs. Manchester

1:00 PM


(Women's Basketball) Manchester at Adrian, Final, 51-77

3:00 PM


(Men's Basketball) Manchester at Marian (Ind.)

4:00 PM


(Men's Basketball) Manchester at Adrian, Final, 84-81

Tuesday November 10, 2020
 
4:00 PM

https://www.manchester.edu/alumni/events/spartan-virtual-ev...
Contact  Office of Alumni Relations
alumnioffice@manchester.edu
Location  Zoom, Evenbrite invitation in link - Map

November 10 at 4 p.m. EST: Calling all parties to join this educated discussion on Understanding the 2020 Election with David Waas ’47, Professor Emeritus of History, and Leonard Williams, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Political Science. Join in as they dive into the most recent elections and the 2020 election cycle. Dr. Williams will provide an overview of the recent elections, highlight the results, and offer explanations based on political science while sharing maps, exit polls, and other data. Dr. Waas will take us back in history to explain different political trends and how they have evolved into what they are today. Be sure to stay tuned until the end when you will be able to ask questions!

7:00 PM

https://www.manchester.edu/about-manchester/news/news-artic...
Contact  Abby Van Vlerah
alvanvlerah@manchester.edu
Location  Zoom, Evenbrite invitation in link - Map

Jean Thompson is a novelist and short-story writer. She will speak about her novel, The Year We Left Home, which follows the Erickson family through the many changes affecting American life at the end of the twentieth century.

Wednesday November 11, 2020
 
7:00 PM


(Women's Basketball) Manchester at Bluffton

Thursday November 12, 2020
 
7:00 PM

Contact  Bekah Houff
rlhouff@manchester.edu

Emily is a member of the Grassroots Mobilization team, engaging NETWORK leaders in Indiana, Michigan, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, and Kentucky. Emily’s background as a volunteer activist and organizer is supplemented by work in environmental and justice education as well as living in the Indianapolis Catholic Worker community and working at a neighborhood food pantry and community center. Her passion for social justice brought her to the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana, where she professed first vows in June 2019. She graduated from Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio, where she encountered issues of social and environmental justice and became involved in working for greater justice through the Dorothy Day Center for Faith & Justice and an academic service learning semester in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood. Sister Emily will share with students her experience becoming a Catholic sister, how individuals can use their faith to affect change in the United States, and the importance of recognizing the unique opportunity we have at this moment in history.

 


(Men's Basketball) Bluffton vs. Manchester, Cancelled

 


(Women's Basketball) Manchester at Bluffton, Final, 55-65

Friday November 13, 2020
 
 


(Women's Basketball) TBA vs. Manchester, 2020 Main View Tip-Off Tournament

Saturday November 14, 2020
 
 


(Men's Swimming & Diving) Transylvania

 


(Women's Basketball) TBA vs. Manchester, 2020 Main View Tip-Off Tournament

 


(Women's Swimming & Diving) Transylvania

1:00 PM


(Women's Basketball) Manchester at Bluffton, Final, 46-54

3:00 PM


(Men's Basketball) Bluffton vs. Manchester, Cancelled

 


(Men's Basketball) Manchester at Calvin

 


(Men's Basketball) Manchester at Calvin

Tuesday November 17, 2020
 
7:00 PM


(Women's Basketball) Manchester at Adrian

Wednesday November 18, 2020
 
11:40 AM
7:00 PM


(Women's Basketball) Manchester at Mt. St. Joseph

 


(Women's Basketball) Manchester at Mt. St. Joseph

Thursday November 19, 2020
 
7:00 PM


(Women's Basketball) Bluffton vs. Manchester, Final, 60-69

Friday November 20, 2020
 
7:00 PM


(Men's Basketball) Manchester at Trine, Cancelled

 


(Men's Basketball) Manchester at Trine

7:30 PM


(Women's Basketball) Kalamazoo vs. Manchester

Saturday November 21, 2020
 
1:00 PM


(Women's Basketball) Bluffton vs. Manchester, Final, 62-66

3:00 PM


(Men's Basketball) Manchester at Trine, Cancelled

 


(Women's Basketball) Manchester at Calvin, Cancelled

Thursday November 26, 2020
 
 

Saturday November 28, 2020
 
1:00 PM


(Women's Basketball) Manchester at Beloit