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November 15, 2019

All event times are Eastern Time Zone unless otherwise specified.

Wabash College's highest priority is the well-being of its students, faculty, and staff. Consistent with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance for institutions of higher education, the College is closed to visitors except upon invitation from the College. Guidelines regarding return to campus have already been provided to faculty and staff. Students wishing to return to campus must contact the Dean of Students' Office to make arrangements to visit.

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Friday, November 15

Lunch with Ahad Khan '19, Goldman Sachs: Malcolm X Institute 109 Horace Turner Classroom (1st Floor), 12:00PM - 1:00PM

Join us for a casual lunch with Ahad Khan '19. Ahad has been working as an Analyst in Financial Crime Compliance at Goldman Sachs in Dallas, TX since graduation. There will be no formal presentation, but please feel welcome to bring general questions about networking and career advice, moving to a new city after graduation, and being competitive in your job search.

Recent Experimental Films - Damon Mohl: Fine Arts Center M120 Korb Classroom, 12:10PM - 1:00PM

Recent Experimental Films - Damon Mohl - ln connection with the Art Department's Eric Dean Gallery fall exhibition, The Bellbird's Morning Song, Prof. Damon Mohl will screen a number of his recent experimental films. Q&A to follow after the screening. Lunch provided.

Free Speech Discussion Group: Baxter Hall 212 Classroom, 12:10PM - 1:00PM

Free Speech Discussion Group

Wrestling vs Manchester: Allen Athletics and Recreation Center Chadwick Court, 7:00PM

VAS: Manual Cinema: Fine Arts Center T110 Ball Theater, 8:00PM

MANUAL CINEMA is a performance collective, design studio, and film/ video production company founded in 2010 by Drew Dir, Sarah Fornace, Ben Kauffman, Julia Miller, and Kyle Vegter. Manual Cinema combines handmade shadow puppetry, cinematic techniques, and innovative sound and music to create immersive visual stories for stage and screen. Using vintage overhead projectors, multiple screens, puppets, actors, live feed cameras, multi-channel sound design, and a live music ensemble, Manual Cinema transforms the experience of attending the cinema and imbues it with liveness, ingenuity, and theatricality.

The End of TV depicts the promise and decline of the American rust belt, through the stories of Flo and Louise, both residents of a fictional Midwestern city. Flo is an elderly white woman who was once a supervisor at the thriving local auto plant. Now succumbing to dementia, the memories of her life are tangled with television commercials and the “call now” demands of QVC. Louise, a young black woman laid off from her job when the same local auto plant closes, meets Flo when she takes a job as a Meals-on-Wheels driver. An unlikely relationship grows as Flo approaches the end of her life and Louise prepares for the invention of a new one. Their story is intercut with commercials and TV programs, the constant background of their environment.

The End of TV premiered in June, 2017 as a commission by The International Festival of Arts and Ideas, New Haven, CT.

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