Spring 2015 Classes Begin
February 12 - February 15
Capital University Theatre presents: HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE
Is It Spring Break Yet? - Improvisational Comedy
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The Chimes is a weekly, student-produced newspaper providing students, faculty and staff with campus news that focuses on the needs and interests of the campus while reporting news accurately, truthfully and professionally.
The ReCap (formerly Dionysia) is a student-run literary and arts magazine, available via both Web and print. The ReCap staff receives and evaluates prose, poetry, art and music submissions from current students, faculty and staff. It is available each spring on the same day as the annual undergraduate symposium
Music plays an important role in the lives of many Capital University students, and the Conservatory of Music provides students with a variety of ensemble performance opportunities. You do not need to be a music major to be a member of one of the ensembles. All students of the University may participate if they qualify.
Students should prepare a contest level solo or challenging etude. In addition, students will be asked to play scales and to sight-read.
Please contact the conservatory of music for information regarding the music ensembles.
For more information about Capital's music ensembles, contact the following faculty at 614-236-6411
This organization is designed for those interested in dance and movement. The organization sponsors dance workshops, and gathers to celebrate dance. Each year two recitals are performed by the members of Orchesis.
University Theatre produces various plays, musicals, performance pieces and improvisational comedy shows throughout the year. Auditions and opportunities to work behind the scenes are open to anyone who is interested and wants to learn.
Capital University is a private four-year undergraduate institution and graduate school located in the Columbus, Ohio, neighborhood of Bexley. Copyright © 2014 Capital University