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Events scheduled for: Thursday, March 05, 2015

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

Thursday, March 5
TodayRegistration for Spring Term
TodayN55: Architecture Collective in Residence Public event
TodayCarltography: the exhibition
TodayEYP Architects on Campus
TodayA Collection Embodied Public event
TodayPicturing US: DOCUMERICA and the American Environmental Movement Public event
TodayPicturing US American Photographers and the Landscape
8:30 a.m. Bookstore CLEARANCE! Extra 50% off ALL Clearance Clothing and Gifts! Public event
Bookstore, Sayles-Hill Campus Center: Bookstore Lower Level. Take an EXTRA 50% off the price of clearance clothing/gifts! March 2-16. No further discounts or returns.
8:30 a.m. Bookstore Textbook Buyback and Rental Returns Open: 3/2 through 3/17 Public event
Bookstore, Sayles-Hill Campus Center: Return your rentals (upper level) and sell back your textbooks (lower level) in Bookstore. 3/2 through 3/17 only. Carleton ID required.
11:30 a.m. Lunch with Returned Peace Corps Volunteers
St. Olaf College, Buntrock Commons 145
12:00 noon Common Time - Ghana-Amsterdam Poster Session - Everyone Welcome! Alumni event
Great Hall: A gala celebration with refreshments!
12:00 noon Classics Table
East Dining Hall
12:00 noon Mentoring Meeting for First-Year Faculty
Sayles Hill Lounge: Developing a Teaching Persona
12:00 noon Journal Club
Mudd 171
12:00 noon Graeme Harten Asian Study comps Public event
LDC 104: Communist Values Reconsidered: The Evolution of Party Views on Business through 20th Century Propaganda
12:00 noon Learning Communities: Digital Assignments - Session 1: Planning
Library 344: Bring your lunch and join our discussion of how to get started with planning digital and multimedia assignments for your students.
12:10 p.m. Student Chamber Recital I: Ronald Rodman, Coordinator Public event
Concert Hall
2:00 p.m. Men's Track and Field at MIAC Indoor Track and Field Championships Public event
Moorhead, Minn. - Olson Forum
2:00 p.m. Women's Track and Field at MIAC Indoor Track and Field Championships Public event
Moorhead, Minn. - Olson Forum
2:30 p.m. LDC Campus Crawl with Forum and SAC
LDC: Join Forum and SAC for a behind the scenes tour of the LDC (Language and Dining Center) with Dining Services manager Katie McKenna!
4:30 p.m. Economics Department Winter Social at Brunswick Zone! CANCELED!
Brunswick Zone, Lakeville: Economics Department Winter Social at Brunswick Zone!
4:45 p.m. Student Exhibition Opening for CAMS 296 Alumni event
Weitz Center, WCC 148: Exhibition opening for students of the CAMS 296 course: Cinema and Cultural Change in Chile and Argentina
7:00 p.m. International Film Forum: FESTIVAL OF CHILEAN AND ARGENTINE CINEMA Public event
Weitz Center Cinema: Films from Chile and Argentina, screening nightly at 7pm. Monday–Thursday, March 2–5
8:00 p.m. Buddhist Meditation, Teaching and Discussion
Chapel Main Sanctuary: Weekly meditation led by Bhante Sathi, local Buddhist leaders, or students. See full event information for weekly schedule.
8:00 p.m. QTPOC Weekly Name
Gender and Sexuality Center
8:00 p.m. ETB presents: The Penelopiad Public event
Little Nourse Theater: The Penelopiad is a feminist retelling of the Odyssey story. ETB's version features an all-female cast with music written by Liza Davis '16.

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