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At this time, all in-person University events are postponed. Many virtual events, like webinars, will continue as scheduled. Information on whether events are cancelled or rescheduled will be posted as we receive it. In the meantime, please reach out to event organizers for the latest information about specific events.

Events

Wednesday, September 26

The Little Gallery

Barry Gunderson Sculpture Exhibit Useless Metal Objects

ACA-Falcons Acapella Chorus Rehearsals

Looking for all voice types and beatboxers! Contact: Grant Watkins - watking@bgsu.edu (President) or Advisor Brigitte Green-Churchwell - 230N/TLC

National Library Card Sign-Up Month

In honor of the American Libraries Association’s National Library Card Sign-Up Month, staff from the Wood County District Public Library will be in the...

Respondus Webinar for LockDown Browser & Respondus Monitor

This webinar will be conducted by Respondus staff and is ideal for instructors new to either application, and for anyone who wants a refresher.This session...

Society for Fandom and Gaming Meeting

Weekly meetings of the Society for Fandom and Gaming Club.

Pancake Day @ The Oaks

Menu: Chocolate chip, blueberry, and classic pancakes with whipped toppingturkey sausage pattiesscrambled eggssausage linkstater tots

Students walk near Olscamp Hall

Psychology Faculty Panel Discussion connected to Common Reading experience.

Jerome Unplugged

Join us for a variety of competitive and cooperative board games, both familiar and contemporary. From Pandemic to Marrying Mr. Darcy, Betrayal at the House...

Pizza in the Hut!

Join Hillel for a party in the sukkah and learn about Sukkot! Sukkah building begins around 6pm and will be followed by dinner at 7pm. It is a mitzvah to eat...

Multicultural Talent Showcase

The Office of Multicultural Affairs' Multicultural Talent Showcase displays the artistry of BGSU students all across the university and from different...

Faculty Artist Series: Daniel Piccolo, Percussion

Percussion professor Daniel Piccolo will perform in the Faculty Artist Series on September 26. This event is free and open to the public, and will also be...

Wednesday, September 26