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Events scheduled for: Thursday, May 03, 2012

Note: Events subject to change. Please check with the listed contact person before making plans based on these listings.

Thursday, May 3
TodayOur Treasures: Highlights from the MMAA Public event
TodayPhotographing the Social Body: Malian Portraiture from the Studio to the Street Public event
TodayStaging Selves: Cameroonian Portrait Photography
TodayAfrica Through the Lens of Carletonians
TodayMN Private College Career Consortium Virtual Job Fair
TodaySayles Café begins reduced hours
TodayWeitz Café Closed
10:30 a.m. What's new in Moodle 2?
CMC 109: New features of Moodle 2.
11:00 a.m. Importing courses into Moodle 2
CMC 109: Learn to import your old courses into Moodle 2.
12:00 noon Dining Board Meeting
Sevy Meeting Room
12:00 noon Journal Club
Mudd 171
12:00 noon Philosophy Senior Nicholas Alexander Ickovic to present comps talk
Leighton 304: Nicholas Alexander Ickovic presents his Philosophy comps talk: "What Could Modal Claims Be?".
12:00 noon RELG senior Kate Dorwart to give her comps talk
Leighton #402: Kate Dorwart to give comps talk entitled: "Bharat Mata ki Jai: M.F. Husain, Hindutva, and Modern India"
12:00 noon Poli Sci/IR New Majors Meeting
Willis 211: Orientation meeting for newly declared Political Science and Political Science/IR majors. Pizza will be served.
12:00 noon American Studies - Rachel Kittaka presents her comps talk, Public event
LDC 104: "Teaching the Japanese American Incarceration: A Curricular History from 1968 to the Present."
12:00 noon S.S. Rishad's Comps Talk for Distinction
Willis 203: S.S. Rishad '12 will present his comps paper for Distinction
12:00 noon Justice that Heals: Outcomes of Restorative Approach to Sexual Assault Public event
Olin 141: M. Koss presents community-based justice response to sexual assault conducted in collaboration with criminal justice and victim services.
12:00 noon Design Strategies in Moodle 2
CMC 109: Using Moodle to reinforce your pedagogical or communication goals.
12:00 noon ACE Comps Panel
Library Athenaeum: Come hear seniors talk about their experiences of doing research in the community and how you can do it too.
12:30 p.m. RELG senior Hannah Trees to give her comps talk
Leighton #402: Hannah Trees gives her comps talk entitled "The Paradox of Existential Theology: A Critical Analysis of Soren Kierkegaard & Paul Tillich.
3:30 p.m. Budget Committee Meeting
Hill Lounge
4:00 p.m. Comps Announcement Meeting
CMC 206: Mathematics majors are invited to the comps announcement meeting.
4:30 p.m. LTC Book Group: Social Class on Campus
LTC Lounge; Weitz 146: "Social Class on Campus: Theories and Manifestations, by Will Barratt."
5:00 p.m. Mitch Baran and Laura Garlock Comps Talks
Gould Library Athenaeum: Mitch Baran will present his Spanish Comps talk Laura Garlock will present her Romance Languages Comps talk
5:00 p.m. Special Humanities Center Reception for Lila Abu-Lughod, '74
Weitz Center LOME Commons (Lounges 215, 216) and L: Special Humanities Center Reception for Lila Abu-Lughod, '74, MELA speaker. Hosted by Adeeb Khalid.
5:30 p.m. Foreign Service & State Dept. Career Info. Session at St. Kate's Univ
Free transportation. Bus leaves at 4:00 pm; returns at 7:30 pm.
7:00 p.m. CSA Budget Committee Meeting
Sayles 251: CSA Budget Committee meets to review the requests for funding made by student organizations.
7:30 p.m. Tehreema Mitha Dance Company Full Ensemble Performance Public event
Weitz Cinema
8:00 p.m. Buddhist Meditation Public event
Chapel Sanctuary or Lounge: Weekly meditation led by Bhante Sathi, Sri Lankan monk, or Gabe Keller '13. See full event schedule for weekly schedule and location.
8:00 p.m. ETB Presents: "The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail" Public event
Nourse Little Theater: Written by Robert E. Lee and Jerome Lawrence Directed by Lee Conrads ('12)
9:00 p.m. Centering Prayer Meditation Public event
Chapel Lounge: A brief time for reflection and Christian meditation. Led by Rev. Jill Tollefson. Compline service follows meditation in the Little Chapel. Contact: rowes
9:30 p.m. Compline Service Public event
Little Chapel: Weekly service in the Episcopalian tradition to conclude the day's activities and rest your mind. Follows Centering Prayer Meditation held at 9:00 p.m. in the Chapel Lounge. Contact: foranr

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