Thursday, February 24 - Good Morning Cmc
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Events on campus
- I know the Snack menu is wrong often, and was last night - I am working with Pam Franco to try and make it more reliable.
- Snow Pants or No Pants TNC, 10pm, Apartments
- Intuit IdeaJam Introduction and Information Session, the IdeaJam is a month-long competition sponsored by Intuit, 4-6pm, Bauer Founders Room
- Student report from "Education for Liberation in Chiapas" trip, 5:30, CSLA building, upstairs
- A Fairytale Journey, a story about getting published, Hampton Room (above Malott), noon
- Argentinian BBQ, presented by the Spanish Department, free, 5pm, I-Place (CMC)
- Auditions for One Act, you do not need to prepare anything, 7-9pm, Pickford Auditorium
- Student Music Recital, 7:30pm, Boone Recital Hall
- "A Personal Perspective of Career Paths to Government/Politics," Smith Campus Center 212, 4:30pm
- Breakthrough Collaborative Information Table, 5-7pm, Collins
- Careers in Entertainment, 7:30pm, Smith Campus Center 208
- Screening of "Gasland," a documentary about environmentally unfriendly drilling, followed by Q&A with the director, 7pm, Rose Hills Theater
- Screening of "Azumi," a fictional film about a Japanese assassin, 7pm, Hahn 108 (Pomona)
- Screening of "The Stoning of Soraya M," SOCA Lounge (in the basement of Clark V, Pomona), 7pm
- Screening of "Legal Issues and the War on Terror," followed by discussion, 4pm, Benson Auditorium (Pitzer)
- Pomona Student Union Debate about the Oscars, Doms Lounge, 7:30pm
- Griffen Montgomery Halko, Stay Designated Inc, "Lose More than Your License: Under 25, Under the Influence, Behind the Wheel," Women's Union (Pomona), lunch at 11:30 and talk at 12.
- Agnes Callard, University of Chicago, "Remoralizing Weakness of Will," 4:15pm, Pearsons 101 (Pomona)
- Shi Zhiru, Pomona, "Materializing the Lotus Sutra in Architecture: Compassion, Charity, and Buddhist Visual Culture in Contemporary Taiwan," noon, Instute for Signifying Scriptures
- Karen Hampton, artist, "The Ancestor's Memoir: Conceptualized Images of a Forgotten Part of the American Cloth," 4:15pm, Steele 101 (Scripps)
- Ramon Arrowsmith, Arizona State, "Surface Processes and Fault-Related Deformation Using LiDAR Topography," 11am, Rose Hills Theater
- damali ayo, "I Can Fix Racism!" 7:30pm, Balch Auditorium
Lunch: Philip Norman Bredesen Jr., former governor of Tennessee, and former founder and CEO of HealthAmerica Corporation. He'll be speaking about his book, "Fresh Medicine: How to Fix, Reform and Build a Sustainable Health Care System."
Lunch begins at 11:30, and the program begins at noon.
Dinner: Peter Haas, rabbi and professor of Jewish Studies at Case Western Reserve University, president of Scholars of Peace in the Middle East, an organization "whose goal is to seek a peace in the Middle East that is 'consistent both with Israel's right to exist as a sovereign Jewish state within safe and secure borders, and with the rights and legitimate aspirations of her neighbors.' Haas will be speaking about "The Israel Palestine Conflict: Sinking in the Shifting Sands?"
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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