February 14, 2013
Sophomore Interviews: Center Hall 115
Sophomore Interviews will be taking place in the Dean of Students’ Office beginning January 14 through March 1, 2013. This is the time when Sophomores will declare their major and minor, and/or area of concentration, as well as reflect on their Wabash experience thus far. Please stop by Center Hall 115 and sign up for an appointment with Dean Raters.
Swimming at NCAC Championships: Canton, OH, 10:00AM
Chapel Talk: Prof. David Kubiak: Chapel , 11:15AM
speaking at Chapel this week will be Professor David Kubiak with a talk titled "Never Apologize, Never Explain." Please join the Sphinx Club at 11:15 AM in the Pioneer Chapel.
City Year Chicago Info Session: Detchon Center United States, 12:00PM - 1:00PM
City Year is an education focused, nonprofit organization that unites young people of all backgrounds for a year of full-time service to keep students in school and on track to graduation
Tuskegee Airman Arthur Carter, Sr.: Fine Arts Center Korb Classroom, 7:00PM - 8:30PM
Arthur L. Carter, Sr., one of the original Tuskegee Airmen, will speak in the Korb Classroom in the Fine Arts Center. The event is co-sponsored by the Malcolm X Institute of Black Studies and the Xi Rho Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi.
Zach Vega speaking at AMPED: Allen Athletics and Recreation Center Classroom, 7:00PM - 7:45PM
Join the men of AMPED (Athletes Making Plays Every Day) for a short devotional challenge presented by Zach Vega '14. Join us for a time of fellowship and sharing as we get our focus off the everyday things that tend to distract and back to God and His purpose for our lives. Zach will be talking about Tithing tonight. What better way do you have to spend your Valentine's Day evening at the 'Bash? Hope to see you there!...
Dr. Valerie Hansen:The Song Dynasty: Baxter Hall Lovell Lecture Hall, 8:00PM
The Song Dynasty: Modern in What Sense? Many Chinese historians see the Song dynasty (960-1276) as the equivalent of early modern Europe. This talk analyzes the legacy of Nait? Torajiro, the Japanese historian who first called the Song early modern, and the aspects of Song society that qualify for modernity: recruitment for government office by civil service examinations, an interest in the past and the flourishing of archeology, a money economy, and a socially mobile elite. It also explains the problematic implications of Nait?’s theory. Dr. Valerie Hansen teaches Chinese and world history at Yale, where she is professor of history. Her main research goal is to draw on nontraditional sources to capture the experience of ordinary people. In particular she is interested in how sources buried in the ground, whether intentionally or unintentionally, supplement the detailed official record of China’s past.
Carmike Capri Cinema 8 Show Schedule: 205 Dry Branch Drive