Wednesday, March 30 - Good Morning Cmc
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Events on campus
- Food and Thought discussion series first session, the first discussion will be about 'Dehumanizing the Enemy,' and the conflict in Libya. 4:15, psychology library, Lincoln-Edmunds (Pomona)
- 5C Environmental Council is holding an Environmental Analysis information session, 5:30pm, McConnell Living Room (Pitzer)
- Free, weekly walk in yoga classes, 8:30-9:30, Rains Center (Pomona)
- Petition against cuts to Planned Parenthood, sponsored by Claremont VOX, they will also be selling $3 shot glasses, 5-7 at Frary
- Student music recital, Thatcher Music Building, Pomona, 8:15pm
- Live music from Elan Small and snacks at Walker Coffee House, 9-11pm
- Discussion on 'kink' led by the Advocates, 10-11pm, Smith Campus Center 235
- Pub, 10pm, Doms Lounge
- Denise Sandoval, CSU Northridge, 'Cruising Through Lowrider Culture in Los Angeles, noon, Hampton Room (Scripps)
- Jonathan Young, Pacifica Graduate Institute, 'Fairytales as Guides to the Inner Journey, 4:15pm, Humanities Auditorium
- Panel discussion of the War on Terror and Immigration, 4pm, Honnold Mudd Founders Room
- Student Career Consultant, on CMCConnect
Lunch: David Krieger, president of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, who has dedicated his life to the eradication of nuclear weapons. He'll be speaking about his efforts to rid the planet of nuclear weapons. Surely we should have fewer nuclear weapons than we do today, but would a world without nuclear weapons really be better?
Lunch begins at 11:30, and the program begins at noon.
Dinner: Cory Doctorow, blogger, author, and journalist. Doctorow blogs at Boing Boing, and was one of the first people to release an e-book for free online with no DRM (he makes money from hard copy sales). He'll be speaking about why it would be a bad idea to regulate computers like we do other facets of technology. Here's an article he wrote on the topic.
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.
The world today
Jay-Z's Great Champagne Robbery
How people read on the Web
Alex Trebek, college sports announcer
What Larry Page really needs to do to return Google to its startup roots
The 12 hottest stories around the world right now
News from around the Claremonts (requires RSS)
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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
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