This classical Greek play weaves a tale of grief, vengeance, and the aftermath of war. Electra seeks the help of her exiled brother Orestes in getting revenge on their father Agamemnon's murderer. Making matters worse: their mother Clytemnestra is the killer in question. As the family members wrestle with their moral dilemmas, all must decide between the continuation of violence and the possibility of peace.
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St. Gregory’s Athletic Department Annual Barbecue
Thursday, October 15, 2015
Honoring Members of the St. Gregory’s Cavalier Club
6 p.m. Reception | 7 p.m. Dinner
W.P. Wood Fieldhouse at St. Gregory’s University
Dinner provided by Van’s Pig Stand of Shawnee
There is no cost to attend
RSVP by October 8 by calling Sara Dame at (405) 878-5421 or Don Sumner at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jason Fugikawa, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in the Department of Theology and Philosophy will present Sacramental Causality in the Approaches of St. Thomas Aquinas, Karl Rahner and Louis-Marie Chauvet as part of the 2015 Fall Colloquium Series in the Shawnee Community Room, located in the Rockwood Center. The mission of the St. Gregory's University Colloquium is to encourage and recognize research and inquiry as a vital component of the campus climate.