Senior University November 2022 Class Sneak Preview
Wednesday, November 9
From the Streets of Shakespeare to the Court of Elizabeth
Have you ever wondered what life was like in Shakespeare’s time? In this two-costume program, Tames presents a look into the lives of the working class and the nobility during the Elizabethan era. She discusses what these people ate, wore, and what it was like to go to the doctor.
2:00 pm, MJ Wicks Wellness Center
Friday, November 11
Exploring the String Quartet
Explore and come to understand why the string quartet is such a wonderful combination of instruments. We will demonstrate how our instruments complement each other and explain how we communicate musically with each other. In the process we will perform some of our favorite string quartet music providing interesting tidbits about the music and composers we play. Questions will be welcomed.
10:00 am, MJ Wicks Wellness Center
Thursday, November 17
When Death Is Welcome: Hastening Dying Ethically, Legally, and with Palliative Support
The class will begin with a brief but comprehensive review of legally permissible ways for a patient to hasten death, including their major respective advantages and disadvantages to patient and family. Ethical arguments – some readily accepted, some highly controversial – will then be explored, particularly those about several of the less well-known or understood options. Special attention will be given to options for hastening death for those who wish to avoid living into the final stages of progressive dementia (including Alzheimer’s).
2:00 pm, Zoom
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Meeting ID: 481 600 3295
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