The Visiting Nurse Association of Central Connecticut has rescheduled the flu shot clinic for employees and students to Tuesday, December 8 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm in Founders Hall. This clinic is for the seasonal flu shot not H1N1. No appointments are necessary. Due to a limited amount of the vaccine available, it will be dispensed on a first come, first served basis. There is no charge to anyone who has insurance coverage under Anthem State BlueCare, Anthem State Preferred, Health Net, ConnectiCare, Medicare Part B and Aetna. United Healthcare Oxford does not provide coverage for the flu shot. Insurance cards must be presented on the day of the clinic. For those without insurance, there is a $35 fee payable by check or cash. No credit cards accepted. To get a head start, complete and bring the consent form to the clinic. Forms will also be available that day. Have questions? Find out what you need to know about the flu shot.
Tunxis Stage presents Proof, a tale of mathematicians, love, death, and doubt. Tickets are $5 and may be purchased in advance at the Information Desk or at the door. Both performances begin at 7:30 p.m.
The VNA Flu Clinic scheduled for November 3 has been cancelled.
Masha Hamilton, an international journalist and author of four novels, will speak about issues in Afghanistan and share her observations during her most recent visit there in November 2008.Read More
The Connecticut Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra presents an evening of music and poetry of Italian Baroque. The program features the music of Veracini, Pergolesi and Vivaldi performed by the Virtuosi Chamber Players: Jill Maurell-Davis, flute; Adrian Sylveen Mackiewicz, violin and harpsichord; Brunilda Myftaraj, violin; Arron Packard, viola; and Kathleen Schiano, cello.
A professional orchestra based in the Greater New Britain area, the Connecticut Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra presents about 25 regular and educational performances each year throughout Connecticut and New York. The concert is free and open to the public.
“Flashpoint”, a 20-minute DVD about dealing with disturbing behaviors on campus, will be shown on Wednesday, September 30th at noon with a discussion to follow. The event, co-sponsored by the Offices of the Dean of Administration and Counseling, offers free pizza and gives students the opportunity to win a $25 gift certficate to the cafeteria.Read More
All are invited to participate in a drum circle in the Tunxis Courtyard near the library entrance. Instruments are provided! No experience required or expected. A drum circle is a dynamic group of people collectively participating in making music with percussion instruments. Please engage this opportunity to make a completely improvised musical masterpiece with your friends at Tunxis! This is our third year gathering together, and it gets better every time. Come play, come dance, come as you are!Read More
The Office of the Dean of Administration is sponsoring a showing of the 20-minute DVD “Shots Fired” on Tuesday, September 22 at noon in the Student Lounge. Officer Eric Augustyn of the Farmington Police will lead a discussion on surviving an active shooter situation. Pizza will be served and students may register to win a $25 gift certificate to the cafeteria.Read More
Tunxis holds an annual event in honor of Constitution Day. This year, Attorney Richard Voigt, a partner in the Hartford law firm of McCarter and English, will be discussing religious liberty and the Constitution. Dr. Rafaele Fierro, Professor Bob Brown, and Dr. Fran Coan will add commentary. The presentations will be followed by a question and answer session.Read More