October 17, 2012
Flu Shots: Sparks Center Fobes Lounge, 8:00AM - 12:00PM
Flu shots are scheduled for Wednesday Oct. 17th and Thursday Oct. 18th from 8:00 am – noon in Fobes Lounge. In addition, flu shots will also be given on Tuesday Oct. 23 from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm in the private dining room in Sparks.
Wednesday Religious Chapel: Center Hall Tuttle Chapel, 10:00AM
Each Wednesday that classes are in session, a brief Christian service is held in Tuttle Chapel, second floor of Center Hall. It runs from 10:00 am. until 10:10 am. All are welcome.
Women on Campus Luncheon: Detchon Center International Hall, 12:00PM
Montgomery County Leadership Academy Grant Tharp, Executive Director and Lynn Ringis, Curriculum Director
Higher Education in China: Baxter Hall 114, 12:15PM
As part of the Asian Studies Interest Group series, our distinguished visitor from Fudan University, Professor Na Chen, will speak at 12:15 in Baxter 114. The subject of his presentation is "Higher Education in China." A light lunch will be provided.
Soccer vs. DePauw: Soccer Stadium, 4:00PM
Orthodox Christian Fellowship: Center Hall Eric Dean Chapel, 4:15PM - 5:00PM
We meet each week for prayer and fellowship. Fr. Joel Weir (priest at St. Stephen the First Martyr Orthodox Church) and Fr. Alexis Miller (priest at Holy Transfiguration Orthodox Church) will lead the 9th Hour Prayers.
Speaker: Nadja Halilbegovich: Chapel , 7:00PM
Author and war survivor, Nadja Halilbegovich, will give a talk in the Chapel.
Moot Court Tutoring: Baxter Hall 114, 7:00PM
Moot Court tutoring session
APO Meeting: Baxter Hall 101 (Lovell Lecture Room), 7:00PM
Dr. Harvey Mansfield, Wabash Conservative Union: Baxter Hall 101, 8:00PM
The Wabash Conservative Union warmly welcomes this semester's keynote speaker, Dr. Harvey Mansfield of Harvard University. His talk is entitled "Science and Liberal Education." Dr. Harvey C. Mansfield, William R. Kenan, Jr., Professor of Government, studies and teaches political philosophy. He has written on Edmund Burke and the nature of political parties, on Machiavelli and the invention of indirect government, in defense of a defensible liberalism and in favor of a Constitutional American political science. He has also written on the discovery and development of the theory of executive power, and has translated three books of Machiavelli’s and (with the aid of his wife) Tocqueville's Democracy in America. His book on manliness has just been published. He was Chairman of the Government Department from 1973-1977, has held Guggenheim and NEH Fellowships, and has been a Fellow at the National Humanities Center. He won the Joseph R. Levenson award for his teaching at Harvard, received the Sidney Hook Memorial award from the National Association of Scholars, and in 2004 accepted a National Humanities Medal from the President. He has hardly left Harvard since his first arrival in 1949, and has been on the faculty since 1962.
Carmike Capri Cinema 8 Show Schedule: 205 Dry Branch Drive