November 07, 2013
All event times are Eastern Time Zone unless otherwise specified.
Monon Bell Tickets: College Bookstore, lower level of Sparks Center, 9:00AM - 12:00AM
Students: Pick up your free Monon Bell ticket this week in the office across from the bookstore. The hours are from 9 am-4 pm each weekday. Bring your student ID. Each student may pick up one free ticket. Additional tickets may be purchased in the bookstore for guests, or online: http://t.bkstr.com/ProductDisplay/10001-152755-127405-4000000000003087745-1
The free student tickets will be released to the public for sale next week. Please make sure to pick them up by this Friday!
Chapel Talk: Prof. Ethan Hollander: Chapel , 11:15AM
Speaking in the Pioneer Chapel will be Professor Ethan Hollander with his talk entitled: "Please Don't Pee in the Chapel."
Professor Hollander is an assistant Professor of Political Science at Wabash College. He received his Bachelor's degree from Wesleyan University and his M.A. and Ph.D from the University of California, San Diego. Professor Hollander's focuses on Comparative Politics and topics such as; Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict; European Politics; Politics of the Middle East; and Research Methods and Statistics. His hobbies include hiking, pottery, brewing beer and making good food (like yogurt and pickles), and exploring the community around him.
Please come and enjoy this cherished Wabash Tradition Thursday, November 7th, 11:15AM.
Div3 Colloquium: Baxter Hall 114, 12:00PM
Postponed from Oct. 31: Qian Zhu Pullen from the departments of history and modern languages will give a talk on, “Two Dreams in One Bed? The National Renaissance and “Nations below Wind”, 1936-1946.” A light lunch will be served in Rogge Lounge 11:45 and the talk will begin at 12.
Public Service and the Law Panel: Baxter Hall 101, 12:00PM
WARdrobe: Your Clothes are your Wea: Goodrich Hall 104, 12:00PM - 1:00PM
You've done all the work to get to this point. You've polished up your resume, you've got your references in order and you've signed up for the interview. The morning of interview comes and you look into your closet..... and blankly stare. Too many men do not know how to dress for these type of situations; that's where we come in.
Career Services is hosting our event "WARdrobe: You're Clothes are your Weapons, Your Closet Your Arsenal." During the event, we will be speaking of the do's and don't's about dressing for a formal occasion with employers or other types of events.
The topics covered will be:
-Formal Dinner Wear
-Business Casual v. Business Professional
-Alternate Options (Breaking away from the Norm)
So please RSVP and be ready to make a good first impression with your attire.
MCED Annual Dinner: 6:00PM - 9:30PM
Wabash College will serve as host for the Montgomery County Economic Development annual meeting and dinner. President Greg Hess is the keynote speaker
MXI Lecture: Willie Bing Davis: Baxter Hall Lovell Lecture Room, 7:00PM
Award-winning artist, educator, and cultural leader Willis “Bing” Davis will discuss “The Liberal Arts, Art, and Inclusion” as he delivers the John Evans Lecture in Black Studies on Thursday, November 7 at 7 p.m. in the Lovell Lecture Hall at Wabash College.
Davis, a graduate of DePauw University, is visiting Wabash following a month-long exhibit at his alma mater titled “On the Shoulders of Ancestors,” which celebrated his 46 years of teaching, exhibitions, art-making, and community engagement.
The John Evans Lecture, sponsored by Wabash College’s Malcolm X Institute of Black Studies, is given in honor of John Evans, the College’s first African American graduate. Wabash Trustee Emeritus Robert Wedgeworth ’59 delivered the inaugural John Evans Lecture in 2008 and first met this year’s speaker in the late 1950s during games between Wabash and its archrival DePauw.
Live@Wabash: Lumberjacks: Arnold House , 7:30PM - 8:30PM
Ever wonder what its like to be a real life man of the woods? Why the burly beards and flannel are so appealing? This is your opportunity to speak to modern day workers in the logging industry. Come by Career Services for a Live@Wabash session to learn more about the fascinating career.
Light refreshments will be available.
VAS: Wakka Wakka: Fine Arts Center Ball Theater, 8:00PM
Sometime in the future, a government program to save the population of an unnamed, dying planet in a dying universe is furiously underway. In a race against the clock, scientist-generated baby universes are placed in the care of lonely spinsters in the hope that one might nurture a savior universe capable of birthing a planet that can support the populace of an entire world. An original piece by the NYC-based troupe Wakka Wakka (which has previously performed FABRIK: The Legend of M. Rabinowitz in 2009), Baby Universe is presented with over 30 puppets, 5 actors/puppeteers, masks, a robot, animated video projection, and a space-age score. The New York Times called Baby Universe a “funny and poignant eco-fable” and that “in this age of overproduced spectacle, there’s something magical and refreshing about Wakka Wakka’s low-tech, rough-and-ready aesthetic.”
Carmike Capri Cinema 8 Show Schedule: 205 Dry Branch Drive