November 08, 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!
Chemistry Seminar Talk: Hays Hall 319, 12:00PM
Gudren Schmidt, Purdue University Assistant Professor, Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering, will give a talk on, "Tough and Sticky Hydrogels from Polymers and Nanoparticles.” A light lunch will be provided
China's Leadership - Ray Jovanovich: Baxter Hall 101, 12:10PM
The Economics Department presents Ray Jovanovich '84 "China's Leadership Transition - The Inbox is FULL" Friday, November 8 12:10 p.m. Baxter 101 A light lunch will be served in Rogge Lounge at 11:45
Student Recital: Fine Arts Center Korb Classroom, 4:30PM
Six Wabash men will perform in a student recital Friday afternoon at 4:30 p.m. in Korb Classroom. The program will be no longer than 30 minutes. Performing Friday evening includes:
• David Gunderman, piano: Fourteen Bagatelles, Op. 6 by Béla Bartók, I – Molto sostenuto, II – Allegro giocoso, III – Andante
• Zachary Schenkel, oboe: Adagio and Allegro by Leroy Ostransky; Cheryl Everett, piano
• Patrick Stroud, guitar: Soleares, Trad. Flamenco, Arr. Juan Martin
• Zachary Goldberg, piano: Sports et divertissements by Erik Satie, II – La Balançoire, III – La Chasse, XIX – Le Flirt
• Rory Willats, oboe: Solo pour hautbois by Émile Paladilhe; Cheryl Everett, piano
• Ao Deng, piano: Concerto nach Italienischen BWV 971 by Johann Sebastian Bach, Mvt. I
Come out and support these Wabash men as they engage the discipline of music.
Idea Spark: Detchon Center Detchon International Hall, 5:00PM - 7:00PM
Idea Spark is an idea pitch competition for the Wabash community that gives you the chance to collaboratively work through the stages that allow you to turn an idea into a concrete plan of action. Idea Spark is about idea generation, connecting with others who have similar interests, and learning how to present an idea pitch by working through the process of creating a strategic plan. Whether you find a company, find a cofounder, meet someone new, or learn a skill far outside the usual classroom setting, everyone is guaranteed to leave the event better prepared to navigate the chaotic but fun world of entrepreneurship. Contact Career Services (firstname.lastname@example.org) to learn how to register for the competition.
Wrestling Red/White Dual: Allen Athletics and Recreation Center Chadwick Court, 6:30PM
Story Matters: Open Mic Night: The Bowery, 117 S. Washington St. (Downtown C'ville), 7:00PM - 9:00PM
Eric Freeze will be reading from his recent works.
Friday Debate: Baxter Hall 101 / Lovell Lecture Hall, 8:00PM
Resolution: "Wabash, as an entity, should take sides in political issues."
There will be two speakers representing each side of the resolution (four total), moderated by Dr. Jeff Drury of the Rhetoric Dept. Each speaker will be given 10 minutes to make their case, and then each side will be given 2 minutes to close. We will be taking an entrance and exit poll, and announce the results after the debate.
MXI Fish n' Film: Baxter Hall 101 (Lovell Lecture Room), 9:30PM
MXI will host a movie-night based around the theme of black culture while serving an array of foods, featuring a fish platter. The event is open to the entire campus (9:30pm-2:30am).
Carmike Capri Cinema 8 Show Schedule: 205 Dry Branch Drive