November 01, 2012
Chapel Talk: James Brown: Chapel , 11:15AM
This weeks Chapel speaker will be James Brown with his talk entitled "The large and the small of it."
Biology Department Seminar: Hays Hall 319, 12:00PM
The Biology Department will welcome Nicholas Sokol from Indiana University to campus to give his talk on "TBA".
Talk by Dr. Jonathan Adler: Baxter Hall 101 (Lovell Lecture Room), 12:10PM - 1:00PM
Dr. Jonathan Adler, Johan Verheij Memorial Professor of Law at Case Western Reserve University will give a lecture on environmental law.
Poli Sci Candidate Presentation: Baxter Hall 114, 12:10PM
The Political Science Department welcomes: Marybeth Ulrich Professor, Army War College “Balancing American Values and Interests in the Conduct of Strategy: The Case of the Relief of General Stanley McChrystal” Baxter 114 12:10 p.m. November 1 A light lunch will be provided for attendees in Rogge Lounge
Reading by Salgado Maranhao: Detchon Center 209, 4:15PM
Noted Brazilian poet Salgado Maranhão will read from his recent work, and his US translator, Alexis Levitin, will be at hand to offer translations. HIs reading is open to the public.
Film Screening: Market Imaginary: Fine Arts Center , 6:30PM - 8:00PM
Film Screening: "Market Imaginary", by Joanna Grabski, Denison University. About one of Dakar, Senegal's most famous and sprawling markets.
VAS: The Flying Karamazov Brothers: Fine Arts Center Ball Theater, 8:00PM
Wabash College Visiting Artists Series presents the internationally acclaimed quartet, The Flying Karamazov Brothers. The "vaudevillian comedy-and-juggling spectacle," will perform their show, “4 Play,” on Thursday, November 1 at 8 p.m. in Ball Theater in the Fine Arts Center.
Expect the unexpected with The Flying Karamazov Brothers in 4 Play. The self-proclaimed eccentric “lunatics” spice things up with a zany showcase filled with the astonishing juggling feats, laugh-out-loud comedy, and wild theatrics that have taken them to Broadway, television, and the big screen.
Carmike Capri Cinema 8 Show Schedule: 205 Dry Branch Drive