Monday, February 21 - Good Morning Cmc
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Events on campus
- Everyone's recovering from Parents Weekend, apparently, there are zero events scheduled today. The busiest event days are Tuesday and Thursday.
- The Nightcap, a sports radio talk show featuring students from the 5C's, airing every Monday from 8-10pm on KSPC 88.7
- Ahmed Alwishah, Pitzer, "Internet Revolutions in the Arab World," 8pm, Wig Lounge (Pomona)
Dinner: Robert Walters, vice president of Energy Future Holdings, one of the nation's largest electric generation and transmission companies. He will be speaking about "Powering America: The Big Technological, Cost, and Environmental Issues Confronting Electric Power in the Future."
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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Partly Cloudy, high 60, low 37 with a 40% chance that you can drink for the rest of your life, and no one will bother you
check out the 5-day forecast
Hub Grill: 11AM - 3PM, 7PM - 10:30PM
The Coop (Pomona): 9AM - Midnight
Jay's Place (Mudd Hole): 7PM - 1AM
The Grove House (Pitzer): 9AM - 4PM, 7PM - 11PM
Motley (Scripps): 8AM - Midnight
Dining Hall Hours
Dining Hall Menus
Hoch-Shanahan (Harvey Mudd)
Pitzer (menu unavailable)
Women's Tennis at Point Loma, postponed
Men's Tennis defeated Caltech 9-0, their 50th straight league win
Baseball defeated Caltech 11-0 (7 innings) and 9-1
Softball defeated Occidental 7-2
Women's Basketball defeated Caltech 66-43
Men's Basketball defeated Caltech 73-61
Men's Golf came in first at the second SCIAC Tournament
Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving is in 1st place after 1 day of SCIAC Championships
Men's Tennis vs. Concordia, 3:30pm
Baseball vs. Caltech, 2:30pm
Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving, SCIAC Championships, Long Beach Aquatic Center, all day
Women's Golf at Pala Mesa
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