March 27, 2013
All event times are Eastern Time Zone unless otherwise specified.
Wednesday Religious Chapel: Center Hall Tuttle Chapel, 10:00AM
Each Wednesday that classes are in session, a brief Christian service is held in Tuttle Chapel, second floor of Center Hall. It runs from 10:00 am. until 10:10 am. All are welcome.
Wabash Wellness Biggest Loser: Allen Athletics and Recreation Center Servies Wrestling Room, 11:00AM - 12:45PM
Weigh-ins will be held in the wrestling room in the Allen Center on every Wednesday from 11:00 A.M. until 12:45 P.M. from January 30 to April 24.
Cincinnati, OH Monthly Luncheon: 12:00PM
The Cincinnati Association of Wabash Men Alumni and Parents Luncheon - The Cincinnati Luncheon will be held on the last Wednesday of every month at Time: 12:00 PM Place: Molly Malone’s Irish Pub 6111 Montgomery Road *Owned by Bob Molinaro ‘78 www.mollymalonescincinnati.com Directions: Take Ridge Rd or Montgomery Rd Exit off of I71. “The Pub is on Montgomery Road 1/2 block north of Ridge Road”. For more information, contact Roger Billings ’59 at firstname.lastname@example.org or 859-572-5340
APO Meeting: Baxter Hall 101 (Lovell Lecture Room), 7:00PM
Marx in Soho: Fine Arts Center Korb Classroom, 7:00PM
The History department will sponsor a theatrical event, "Marx in Soho." This one-man dramatic act, features Karl Marx as he returns to Earth and is not so sure about what he sees. The play was written by Howard Zinn, who was one of the most popular progressive historians of our day before he passed away in 2010.
WSFLA - Christopher Dabbs, '15: Hays Science Hall 104, 8:00PM - 11:00PM
The Wabash Society for the Furthering of the Liberal Arts will be hosting Christopher Dabbs, '15, and his presentation entitled "Why Do We Believe: Topics in Religion and Homeopathy". Abstract: Why are we so eager to believe, and how do we construct our beliefs? Whether we're speaking of philosophies, religions, or 'alternative' medicines, throughout human history there have been belief systems. This is a fact that we take in stride without asking 'why' or 'how'. I will attempt to answer these questions, not through subjective, philosophical means, but through the objective, biological, psychological, and other empirically measurable processes of belief construction. Disclaimer: this presentation is, in no way, an exhaustive explanation about the formation of beliefs. This is intended to be a simple compilation and introduction to the work of many people much more knowledgable than myself.
Jeff Strickland speaking at Cru!...: Baxter Hall 101, 9:00PM - 10:00PM
Jeff Strickland, Associate Pastor at First Baptist Church, will be speaking on evangelism, "Talking About Evangelism in a Way That We Might Actually Do It". An ice cream social will follow Jeff's message. Come join the men of Cru and AMPED for a time of fellowship, worship, and time in God's Word.
AMC Classic Cinema 8 Show Schedule: 205 Dry Branch Drive