5 reasons to leave your dorm this week

Sick of looking at four walls? Get out of your dorm with these events!
Illustration by Kat Owens

MATT HAMPTON | Sports Editor

Are you spooked by the idea of not having anything to do the first week of October?  You’re in luck.  Here are five things to do to get out of your dorm this week.  

1. “All My Sons”
Friday, Oct. 5; Saturday Oct. 6 
7:30 p.m.
The J. Scheidegger Center Emerson Black Box Theater

See the theatre program’s production of Arthur Miller’s classic drama “All My Sons” this weekend at the Scheidegger. The drama, which won the New York Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Play, chronicles the story of the families of Steve Deever, who went to jail for running a shop that sold defective airplane parts during the war, and his partner Joe Keller, who went free.  Two free tickets are available to students with a valid ID.  If you miss this week’s run, the play will be back Oct. 11-13.  

2. Women’s Volleyball
Friday, Oct. 5
6 p.m.
The Hyland Arena

Cheer on women’s volleyball as they try to keep up their win streak when they face the 19-1 University of Nebraska-Kearny Lopers.  On Saturday, the Lions will play Fort Hays State University (6-13).  Both events are free with a student ID.  In men’s home games this week, Lindenwood men’s soccer (4-3-2) plays Oakland City University at 1 Wednesday at Hunter Stadium.

3. Northwestern Mutual Networking Meeting
Tuesday, Oct. 2
12:20 p.m.
Harmon Hall 136

Boost your career by attending the Accounting and Finance Club’s meeting at which a representative from Northwestern Mutual will discuss the career field and internship and job opportunities.  

4. St. Louis Rennaisance Festival 
Friday, Oct. 6, Saturday, Oct. 7
10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Rotary Park

The weekly St. Louis Rennaisance Festival in Wentzville, 20 minutes from campus, features live armored jousting, petting zoos, artisanal crafts, and more.  

5. Lindenwood University Film Series
Tuesday, Sept. 2, Thursday Sept. 4
7 p.m.
LARC 343

This week, the Lindenwood film series features the classic musical “West Side Story” on Tuesday, and on Thursday it features “Won’t You Be My Neighbor,” a biography of children’s TV host Fred Rogers released in June.  Tickets are free for students and $2 cash only for guests.  

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Matt is our sports editor and a general assignment reporter. Outside of Lindenlink, Matt is the treasurer of the Advertisers Desiring Success and Public Relations Club. In his free time, he likes to read, watch Netflix, and hang out with his friends. Matt graduated from McCluer North High School in Florissant, Missouri, and he has interned with the St. Louis Press Club and competed in the National Student Advertising Competition.