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Events scheduled for: Thursday, May 10, 2012

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

Thursday, May 10
TodayBoard of Trustee Meeting
TodayPhotographing the Social Body: Malian Portraiture from the Studio to the Street Public event
TodayStaging Selves: Cameroonian Portrait Photography
TodayWeitz Café Closed
7:00 a.m. Sayles Café begins reduced hours
Sayles Café: Sayles Café begins reduced hours
9:00 a.m. Bookstore Crazy Days! Public event
Sayles Great Space, just outside the Bookstore: Great deals on closeout books, supplies, clothing, and Carleton gifts—all discounted 50% or more! One day only; 9am-4pm; Sayles Great Space.
11:00 a.m. What's new in Moodle 2?
CMC 109: New features of Moodle 2.
12:00 noon DARK STAR: Two Profs,Two Cultures: Debate Grateful Dead Song's Meaning Public event
Library Athenaeum: Common Time debate. BOX LUNCHES provided!
12:00 noon Journal Club
Mudd 171
12:00 noon Philosophy Senior Hai Ngo to present comps talk
Leighton 304: Hai Ngo presents his Philosophy comps talk: "The Relationship Theory & Finally Valuable Relationships".
12:00 noon Claire Harper and Matt Matsunaga Combined Senior Recital Public event
Concert Hall: Seniors Claire Harper (mezzo soprano) and Matt Matsunaga (baritone) present a combined senior recital.
12:00 noon Design Strategies in Moodle 2 - Cancelled
CMC 109: This workshop has been cancelled. Please see our other workshop listings for more opportunities to learn Moodle 2!
12:00 noon American Studies - Ben Hellerstein presents his comps talk, Public event
LDC 104: "Building the Streetcar City: The West Seventh Neighborhood of St. Paul and the Role of Transportation in Creating Place,"
12:00 noon Max Bearak's Comps Talk for Distinction
Willis 203: Max Bearak '12 will present his political science comps paper for Distinction
12:30 p.m. American Studies - Jaclyn Bovee presents her comps talk, Public event
LDC 104: Revolutionary Prospects: Understanding the Infamous Anarchists of the “Battle in Seattle.”"
1:30 p.m. "WAKE UP!" Central Touring Theater 2012 Original Show
Norse Little Theatre: Central High School Touring Theater Performance
2:30 p.m. TORCH
4:30 p.m. Living with the Real Thing: From the Original to the Digital Public event
Boliou 104: Mark Dimunation,Chief of the Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress will speak.
4:30 p.m. American Studies - Kaitlin Muth presents her comps talk, Public event
Leighton 304: "War Wounds: Veterans’ Bodies, Public Discourses of Healing, and Reconstructing Memories of War."
5:00 p.m. Twins v. Blue Jays at Target Field
5:00 p.m. American Studies - Lily Evans presents her comps talk, Public event
Leighton 304: "All That Jazz: Filling in American Jazz History with its Unsung Voices."
5:00 p.m. "Translating Calligraphy," A.M. Nornes Public event
Weitz Center 236: The ubiquity of calligraphy in cinema is an element that ties works in Korean, Japanese and Sinophone Asia together as a regional cinema.
6:00 p.m. OCS: Photography Workshop
IdeaLab - Weitz 026: Learn tips and tricks and organizational ways to make, keep, and create the best photos possible.
6:15 p.m. The Savvy Photographer: Making, Keeping, and Asking
IdeaLab, Weitz Center for Creativity: Workshop with Tucker MacNeill, Heidi Eyestone, and Laska Jimsen
6:15 p.m. The Savvy Photographer: Making, Keeping, and Asking
IdeaLab: A workshop on photography and ethics for students preparing for off-campus studies.
7:00 p.m. CSA Budget Committee Meeting
Sayles 251: CSA Budget Committee meets to review the requests for funding made by student organizations.
7:00 p.m. Chinese Special Major Comps Talks--double feature Public event
LDC 104: Alex Stevens "Fallen City, Fallen Women, Fallen Masks" Cameron Sinsheimer "Hero: two sides of one China"
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.
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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