February 27, 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.
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.
Photos: Independents, Fac & Staff: Sparks Center , 10:00AM - 7:00PM
Photographs of independent students, off-campus students, faculty, and staff will be taken on Tuesday and Wednesday, February 26-27. The portrait photographer will be set up in Sparks Center. Photos take less than one minute and will be used in the Yearbook and for the website.
Wabash Wellness Biggest Loser: Allen Athletics and Recreation Center Servies Wrestling Room, 11:00AM - 12:45PM
Weigh-ins will be held in the wrestling room in the Allen Center on every Wednesday from 11:00 A.M. until 12:45 P.M. from January 30 to April 24.
Cincinnati, OH Monthly Luncheon: 12:00PM
The Cincinnati Association of Wabash Men Alumni and Parents Luncheon - The Cincinnati Luncheon will be held on the last Wednesday of every month at Time: 12:00 PM Place: Molly Malone’s Irish Pub 6111 Montgomery Road *Owned by Bob Molinaro ‘78 www.mollymalonescincinnati.com Directions: Take Ridge Rd or Montgomery Rd Exit off of I71. “The Pub is on Montgomery Road 1/2 block north of Ridge Road”. For more information, contact Roger Billings ’59 at email@example.com or 859-572-5340
Experiencing Racism Discussion: Sparks Center Student Senate Room, 12:00PM - 1:00PM
Film Showing: Green Film Series: Center Hall 216, 12:15PM - 1:00PM
Co-sponsored by the Environmental Concerns Committee and Students For Sustainability, join us to view the short (15 min.!) film "For the Price of a Cup of Coffee". A brief discussion about the film and sustainability will follow.
APO Meeting: Baxter Hall 101 (Lovell Lecture Room), 7:00PM
MXI History Program: Fine Arts Center Korb's Classroom, 7:00PM - 8:00PM
In celebration of Black History Month, the Malcolm X Institute of Black Studies would like to invite you to come join us on February 27th at 7pm in Korb's Classroom as we discuss the history of the "Divine Nine." Come to discuss the nine organizations, engage in how they have impacted African American culture throughout history, and hear Wabash’s own Dr. Timothy Lake and Dr. Tracey Salisbury discuss the impact of their membership. There will be light refreshments served afterwards.
Dave Taylor-Sports Agent: Hays Hall 104, 7:30PM - 9:00PM
Dave Taylor '83 will return to campus to speak with students who may be interested in a career as a sports agent.
Elijah Webster Speaking @ Cru: Baxter Hall 101, 9:00PM - 10:00PM
Elijah Webster will be the speaker at this week's Cru. Come join the men of WCM and AMPED for a time of fellowship, praise, and worship as we look forward to Spring Break next week. Lots of activities coming up, so plan to be here for details. WCM is affiliated with Campus Crusade for Christ and AMPED (Athletes Making Plays Every day) with Athletes in Action.
SFLA Talk: Will Oprisko: Hays Hall 107, 9:00PM
The Society for the Furthering of Liberal Arts is proud to present Dean Oprisko and his presentation entitled ”I’m Batman – How the Dark Knight Inspires Us & Why His Villains Terrify Us.”
"The Dark Knight Trilogy directed and produced by Christopher Nolan is one of the most successful film series of all-time; grossing over $2.5 billion world-wide. Unlike most action-packed blockbusters, Nolan’s movies wrestle with enduring human questions about the nature of good and evil, limitations of law and justice, meaning of pain and suffering, and connection between identity and purpose. This presentation seeks to examine Bruce Wayne through the lens of the “Hero’s Journey” and extrapolate what principles his alter-ego Batman upholds and what ideals he inspires us to strive toward. It will also investigate the main villain from each movie and what insights/critiques these villains offer us about society and our individual humanity. A small portion of the presentation will be devoted to analyzing the technology used in these movies and Christopher Nolan’s preference for using traditional film, instead of digital video. This presentation will conclude with an opportunity for the audience to respond and ask questions.">p> Come on down to Hays 104 this Wednesday, February 27 at 9:00pm and learn something about one of everyone's favorite heroes!
Carmike Capri Cinema 8 Show Schedule: 205 Dry Branch Drive