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Events scheduled for: Thursday, April 24, 2014

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

Thursday, April 24
TodayPetrochemical America: Project Room Public event
TodayPaul Shambroom, Strategic Petroleum Reserve Landscapes Public event
TodayRapture/Rupture: James D. Butler Upper Mississippi View Public event
TodayLow Carbon Diet Day
TodayProxy Donation Campaign
8:00 a.m. 2014 National Poem in Your Pocket Day Public event
9:00 a.m. Great Northfield Book Raid
Round Up Your Favorite Books at the Great Northfield Book Raid! Thousands of good used books at bargain prices!
11:45 a.m. LTC Lunch
WCC 236; Larson Family Meeting Room: Why We Go: Defining Goals for Off-Campus Study
12:00 noon Women's & Gender Studies Comps talk by Olivia Fantini '14 Public event
Leighton 236: "Miley Cyrus has taught me that people think acting overtly sexual incites disrespect and violence:"
12:00 noon Periodic Table
LDC Shearer Dining Room
12:00 noon Dining Board Meeting
Sevy Meeting Room: Dining Board meets regularly to discuss anything related to the food program at Carleton.
12:00 noon Religion Major Sara Klugman '14 to give comps talk
Leighton #402: Sara's talk: Summoning Sango: The Moving Body in Sango Spirit
12:00 noon Ally 101
GSC (lower Scoville): Come learn what it means to be an ally to the LGBT community and other underrepresented groups
12:00 noon Career Talk with Sasha Korobova, English Major, '10
Laird Hall, Room 206: Sasha will speak on "You've Been Working on Your English Major, but How do you make it Work for You?"
12:00 noon Philosophy Major Chris Wong'14 to give comps presentation
Leighton #304: His talk is "Health Care is not a Human Right: The Principle of Non-Interference and Alternative Rights to Health Care".
12:00 noon Health and Safety Meeting 1
Olin 141: Necessary for Summer and Fall term Carleton program participants.
12:30 p.m. Religion Major Meera Sury '14 to give comps talk
Leighton #402: Meera's talk: Prescribing Pranayama: The Integration of an Indic Breath Practice into American Biomedicine
1:00 p.m. Rob Rothblatt '83 - 30 Minutes | Career Area: Engineering/Architecture
Career Center
1:30 p.m. CFR "Office Hours"
Sayles-Hill Great Space: Discuss grant ideas with Christopher Tassava, Associate Director of CFR. No "reservations" needed; just be ready to talk about your project.
2:30 p.m. AT Drop-in
CMC 109: Drop-in to get your questions about curricular technologies answered!
3:00 p.m. HIV Testing
Student Health and Counseling, Davis Hall
4:00 p.m. Thomas Buchmueller -The Affordable Care Act: 2014 and Beyond Public event
Gould Library Athenaeum: Lamson Lecture
4:00 p.m. Welcome New CS Majors
Weitz Center 235
4:00 p.m. "The Economics of Obamacare " by Thomas Buchmueller
Library Athenaeum
4:00 p.m. The Affordable Care Act: 2014 and Beyond
Athenaeum: Guest Speaker: Prof. Tom Buchmueller '85, University of Michigan will be giving a talk.
4:30 p.m. Sacramento Kings: A Sustainable NBA Arena for the Endless Frontier Public event
Larson Meeting Room: Architecture talk by Rob Rothblatt '83
4:30 p.m. Yuki Tominaga's comps talk for Distinction
Willis 211: Yuki Tominaga '14 will present her paper, "The Power of Public Opinion & Renewables Policy in Japan."
6:00 p.m. Thumbtack Tech Talk
CMC 209: Ben Anderson ’12 (Math) & Eric Naeseth ’10 (Computer Science), Software Engineers for Thumbtack will be on campus to conduct a "Tech Talk".
6:00 p.m. Thumbtack Tech Talk
CMC 209
7:00 p.m. Celluloid Closet Public event
Weitz Cinema: A 1995 film narrated by Lily Tomlin depicting the history of how motion pictures have portrayed LGBTQ characters.
7:00 p.m. John Gerlt Comps Group Talk
Olin 149
7:00 p.m. Bike Maintenance Workshop
Huntington House: Curtis Ness of MillTown Cycles will give an hour long demonstration on basic bicycle maintenance at Wellstone House (Huntington).
8:00 p.m. Buddhist Meditation, Teaching, and Discussion Public event
Chapel Main Sanctuary or Chapel Lounge: Weekly teaching and meditation with Bhante Sathi, Sri Lankan monk or students. See full event information for spring term schedule.
8:00 p.m. Open Mic Night
The Cave
9:30 p.m. Lectio Divina
Chapel Lounge: Contemplative scripture-based meditation using the Catholic mystical model. Contact: stolli

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