Wednesday, April 6 - Good Morning Cmc
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Events on campus
- Peace Corps Information Session, noon, Humanities 105, Scripps
- ISMP Tea and Russian Readings, students and professors sharing their favorite Russian literature, snacks will be provided, 4:15pm, Mason Fireside Lounge (Pomona)
- Pitzer Dining Hall is featuring star chef Gerald Hirigoyen, also enter to win a signed copy of the book Pintxos and airfare for two to San Francisco, and dinner for two at Hirigoyen's restaurant, Piperade. 5-7PM
- Dinner on Writing and Publishing, with guest Tyler Benner CMC '07, 6pm, Freeburg Room (Athenaeum)
- Screening of La Ciudad (Espana) and Machuca (Chile), sponsored by the Language Lab and the Spanish field group, 6:15pm, Language Lab, Broad Hall 209 (Pitzer)
- Panel on Women in the Music Industry, featuring Allison Wolfe from Bratmobile, Angel Deradoorian from Dirty Projectors, and others, 7:30pm, Rose Hills Theater (Pomona)
- Using LinkedIn For Your Job Search, 8pm, Mead Living Room (Pitzer)
- Walker Coffee House will be open from 9-11Pm, serving assorted snacks and live music
- Zine-making party with the Advocates, 10pm, Smith Campus Center 235, suggested themes include consent, sexual harassment, self-empowerment, and others.
- Pub, 10-midnight, Doms Lounge (Pomona)
- Jennifer Lee, UC Irvine, "The Diversity Paradox: Interracial Marriage and Multiracial Identities in 21st Century America," Broad Hall 110 (Pitzer), 11am
- Panel discussion of "The Economics of the War on Terror," strangely not featuring Brock Blomberg, who's written multiple papers on the economics of terrorism, but Deborah Avant, UC Irvine, Dahlia Wasfi (writer), and Gwyn Kirk, co-founder of the Women's Network Against Militarism. 4pm, Founders Room, Honnold Mudd
- Nobel Laureate Peter Agre continues his series of talks. Today he'll be speaking about malaria, 4:30pm, Seaver North Auditorium (Pomona)
- Last day to RSVP for Passover meals, get a form from Mary Hall for more info
Dinner: Francis Fukuyama, thought leader, philosopher, economist and author, most famously known as the author of The End of History and the Last Man, where he argued that the world has settled on liberal democracy, and won't move to any other forms. He's also been a supporter of the neoconservative movement, and one of the largest supporters of invading Iraq after the September 11 bombings. Later he began to distance himself from Bush and the neoconservative movement. It might also be interesting to ask him about his work consulting with Muammar Gaddafi from 2006 to 2008. This is one of the top 3 speakers of the semester.
Ath opens at 5:30; dinner is at 6, and the program begins at 6:45.
Place reservations here, or check out the full list of speakers for the spring 2011 semester.
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