The Greek Sphinx always has been a fascinating topic. From the Renaissance to the present day there has been much speculation about the figure. Its encounter with Oedipus as well as the famous riddle are the main part of the mystery, and its true nature and function have never been clearly explained. We shall see that the key lies in its Near-Eastern background, in particular the "Kerubs" in the Old Testament. However the images on Greek vases and Oriental objects are at least as important as the texts and a major source to solve the riddle.
Wagner's InterVarsity Christian Fellowship presents a speaker and worship team with a message on Genesis 4.
“Stupid F**king Bird” by Aaron Posner, directed by Mickey Tennenbaum. On the grounds of a country estate, two generations of Russians mope and love and hate in this heartbreaking, hilarious sort-of-adaptation that takes a baseball bat to Anton Chekhov’s “The Seagull.” Welcome to the wild world of “Stupid F**king Bird,” where Chekhov’s story of love, art and a hapless bird gets an hysterical, contemporary makeover.
Good Vibes' Final Concert of the year, where they perform a selection from the songs of the semester.