On Wednesday, November 6th, the James E. Colquitt Fall Colloquium will commence at 6:00 p.m. It will be located in the Young Hall Private Dining Room. The event, named in honor of the late UWA professor, will be hosted by the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, as well as the School of Graduate Studies. Each year, a special presentation by a notable member of UWA’s faculty is featured for the colloquium. Dr. Alan Brown will be this year’s star as he presents “Hemingway’s Key West”. For his presentation, Dr. Brown will explain the inspiration for which the Key West’s environment served for Ernest Hemingway’s works. There is no charge to attend the presentation.
After the colloquium, Phi Kappa Phi’s annual scholarship dinner will be held at the Moon House patio. Diners have the choice between the traditional meal and the vegetarian meal. Take out plates will also be available. Tickets for the dinner are priced at $10.00. All proceeds from the dinner will be used to fund UWA scholarship. Tickets are available until Friday, November 1.