February 17, 2020
All event times are Eastern Time Zone unless otherwise specified.
Fulbright Information Session: Lilly Library Media Center Classroom, 12:00PM - 1:00PM
Fulbright Information Session: Important meeting for ALL Juniors and Seniors considering applying for any variety of Fulbright Scholarship in the fall, including English Teaching Assistantship, Research, Study, and Arts Fulbrights.
Interstride Info Session: Hays Science Hall 104 Class of 1951 Lecture Hall, 12:00PM - 1:00PM
Career Services and the International Office have joined forces to provide a very powerful tool to assist with internships, and full-time employment – including CPT and OPT opportunities. This app is only for International Students! This new service is called Interstride. Interstride is a user-friendly resource to help international students overcome challenges in an unfamiliar market of applying for opportunities in the United States. Using the latest technology solution Interstride solves many challenges faced by international students as they apply for internships and full-time employment.
Winter Class Visit Day: Trippet Hall 150 First Floor Rotunda, 4:00PM - 2:00PM
Winter Class Visit Day is a visit program designed to give high school seniors a preview of what it is like to be a Wabash student for a day. This program is offered to seniors only.
3D Printing Club Callout: Baxter Hall Rogge Lounge, 7:00PM - 8:00PM
We will be discussing plans for this semester. There will be pizza.
Sports Psychologist Chris Carr '82: Allen Athletics and Recreation Center Classroom, 7:00PM - 7:45PM
Chris Carr will speak, followed by a Q &A session.
John Charles Lecture - 'Presidents' Day: Are We Rome?': Hays Science Hall 104 Class of 1951 Lecture Hall, 8:00PM - 9:30PM
Presented by Karl Galinsky.
Comparisons between ancient Rome and America are a perennial favorite; most of them prioritize moralizing in the guise of “learning from history”. We will get past such superficialities and look at the phenomenon from a variety of perspectives, none of them exhaustive because we want to have time to discuss. Why have Roman themes resonated with the U.S. in politics, architecture, and popular culture? What are some real affinities? And yes, if you think you’ve found a Roman model for the American president of your choice we can go there during the discussion.