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The 2017 J-Term is almost over! During the first three weeks of January, students have experienced different opportunities in conducting civic service, learning new languages, adopting new cultures and developing their careers. On Friday, Jan. 20, come and join the Lynn community in the Citizenship Celebration at 10 a.m. in the Wold Performing Arts Center. This event will serve as a showcase of students’ work over the term and signal the beginning of the upcoming spring semester.
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Friday, Jan. 20 marked the final day of J-Term. Students and professors gathered in the Wold for the annual Citizenship Celebration, where they showcased their creative and collaborative efforts in serving the community. Dr. Robert Watson, one of the driving forces behind Project Civitas, brought the Knights of the Roundtable on stage as they led all of the other students, staff and faculty in the first-ever civility pledge of its kind on a college campus, marking a new era for the university and its community.
A car full of clowns, burlesque dancers and aerial acrobats took over the Wold's stage on Thursday, Jan. 19. The Cirque du "So Lynn" performance included a variety of circus acts from all over the world. Dr. Andrew Burnstine—known as "Grandpa Giggles" while in his clown persona—mentored these students during J-Term and put together a spectacular show that wowed the audience.