Thursday, March 3 - Good Morning Cmc
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Events on campus
- Twins and Tonic TNC, 9pm, Fawcett
- Screening of "Chain of Love," 5:30pm, Frank Blue Room
- Brave Green World Debate: Can capitalism survive climate change? Featuring Aric McBay vs. Kenny Ausubel, 7pm, Edmunds Ballroom
- Lunch and talk with the Women's Union with Bell Mahaya Carter, poet and teacher, lunch at 11:30 and talk at 12.
- Her Campus Pomona Wine and Cheese Launch Party, details here, 8pm, Smith Campus Center Social Room
- Art After Hours, film screening of The World at 7pm followed by a melodrama by composer Ge Gan-ru, Wrong, Wrong, Wrong! performed by Genevieve Lee at 9pm. Pomona Museum of Art
- Launch of the Portuguese table at Oldenborg, for Portuguese speakers, noon
- Learn how to cross stitch, 7pm, Walker Laundry Room
- Sports Writing Workshop, hosted by CMC Writing Center, Roberts North 105, 6:30pm
- Walgreens Information Table, Seal Court (outside Malott), 11-1
- Guided Meditation and Journal Writing, Clark Living Room (Scripps), 9:30am
- Threepenny Opera performance opens tonight, shows throughout the weekend, 8pm, location isn't listed but I would guess Rose Hills or Bridges
- Claremont Journal of Foreign Affairs first meeting, 5pm, Gold Student Center 108 (Pitzer)
- Keely McGeehan, Nomad Hope, "Focusing on Community Driven Technology Solutions," 6:30pm, Galileo Edwards (HMC)
- Jamie Bechtel, marine biologist, "Empowering Women is Good Business," it's a popular topic of campus speeches at any rate, 7pm, Balch Auditorium
- Randy Barnett, Georgetown, "Why the Individual Insurance Mandate is Unconstitutional," 4:15pm, Roberts North 15
- Merrill Lynch Internship
- Transamerica Business Intern
- GMAT Genius Intern
Lunch: Ross Levine, professor of economics at Brown University, and author of the upcoming book Guardians of Finance. He'll be speaking about the material in his book.
Lunch begins at 11:30, and the program begins at noon.
Dinner: Zachary Robin, Connor Barclay, Jesse Blumenthal, and yours truly, CMC Forum Idea Night at the Ath. Each speaker has 10 minutes and there will be a vote at the end for the winner. Check out the speakers topics here.
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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Jay's Place (Mudd Hole): 7PM - 1AM
The Grove House (Pitzer): 9AM - 4PM, 7PM - 11PM
Motley (Scripps): 8AM - Midnight
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Men's Tennis at Mary Washington, Pacific Coast Doubles Tournament, 9:30am
Men's Tennis at UC San Diego, Pacific Coast Doubles, 2pm
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