May Day 2013
May Day is the traditional end-of-the academic year celebration which intertwines the past with alumni reunions, the present by honoring this year's graduates, and the future when honored first year students perform the traditional May Day Dance. Classes ending in a 3 and a 8 will celebrate five-year reunions. Mark your calendars, contact your classmates and plan to attend.
May Day box office open in Sommer Center
Tickets for May Day weekend events, including registration for the May Day Run/Walk, may be purchased at the box office in the Sommer Center lobby from 4-6 p.m. weekdays. Tickets for May Day and other campus events may be ordered online as well .
Baccalaureate and commencement services will be held May 5.
At Bluffton the May Day celebration represents the end of a school year for students, the beginning of a new chapter for seniors and the remembrance of times past for alumni. The tradition weaves together past, present and future around the May Pole in a never-ending circle. >>> more...
May Day Musical
Songs for a New World is a contemporary musical revue, without any spoken dialogue, the musical uses tightly-structured narrative songs to paint vivid portraits of pivotal moments in its characters' lives. >>> more