Thursday, January 27 - Good Morning Cmc
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Events on campus
- TNC, Rep Your Hood, Fawcett, 10 - 12:30
- LGBTQIA Conference Information Session, the conference is March 4-6 at UC Berkeley, 2pm, Heggblade Conference Room
- Karaoke Night, 8-10pm, The Hub, free chips and salsa
- Deloitte Consulting, office hours from 4-6pm in Heggblade, followed by an information session at 7pm in Bauer Center.
- Bake challah bread with Challah For Hunger, 3-6pm, Frary (Pomona), also a Challah for Hunger info session at 8pm in Harwood Lounge
- Audition for "Circle Mirror Transformation," a play by Annie Baker, 6:30-10pm, Seaver Theatre (Pomona)
- Art After Hours, Pomona Art Museum, 5-11pm, lecture from Bryan Penprase and stargazing at 7:30, followed by live music at 9
- Weekly Bible Study and Discussion with Reverend Leon Wood, McAlister Center, 6:30pm.
- Nordstrom Information Table, 11-1pm, Seal Court
- New exhibit at Lenzner Gallery at Pitzer, "Emerging Artist Series #5: Worker," by James Gilbert & Jennifer Vanderpool, opening reception tonight at 5pm. Also Euan Macdonald has a new exhibit titled "KIMBALL 1901" at the Lenzner Gallery.
- "Papers: Stories of Undocumented Youth," a film presented by the Asian American Resource Center, 7pm, Rose Hills Theater (Pomona)
- The Motley opens, 8pm
- Saturo Saito, Rutgers University, "Kuroiwa Ruiko, Detective Fiction & the Refashioning of the Meiji Subject," Mason 5 (Pomona), 4:15pm
- Santiago Slabodsky, "Levinas's Barbarisms: Africana/Latino-a Influence on Talmudic Decolonialisms," noon, Institute for Signifying Scriptures"
- Deanna Needell, CMC applied statistics candidate, "Compressive Sampling and Redundancy," 3-4pm, Davidson Lecture Hall (CMC)
- Heather Ferguson, CMC history candidate, "Archival Regimes: The Circle of Justice as an Ottoman Genre of Power," 11am-12:30pm, Founders Room (CMC)
Dinner: Susan L. Taylor, owner of Essence magazine, currently the founder of National Cares Mentoring Movement. Taylor is giving the Annual MLK Commemoration Speech. She will be speaking about "Achieving Your Dream: Visionary Leadership from the Inside Out."
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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