Cornell College Events

Thursday, April 4th

Time Event Title
9:00 am-10:00 amCampus Currents Meeting--CANCELLED Thomas Commons
9:30 am-10:00 amChildren's Story Time Cole Library
Join us for story time fun!
11:10 amScience Interest Group (SIG) Lecture West Science
Kara Beauchamp, professor of physics, will give a lecture titled "Detecting Dark Matter." Astronomer Fritz Zwicky first postulated the existence of dark matter in the 1930s, and evidence for its existence has been piling up ever since. Everything that we can see in the universe—stars, planets, glowing gas—is made of normal matter. Dark matter does not give off (or absorb) electromagnetic radiation, so we can't "see" it. Instead, astronomers detect dark matter by its gravitational interaction with constituents of the universe that give off light. This talk will describe evidence for the existence of dark matter, and speculations about what dark matter is.
11:15 am-12:00 pmA Pocket of Peace: 30 minutes for midweek spiritual re-tuning, rest, and refreshment Allee Chapel
Gentle chants, peaceful prayers of healing peace, sacred readings, and optional anointment and Peace Eucharist/Holy Communion. Everyone is welcome. Led by the chaplain and Soul Friends.
3:30 pmPersephonae Velasquez Honors Defense South Hall
Persephonae Velasquez will give a presentation of her honors thesis in the department of English and Creative Writing. Her thesis is titled "Just Talk It Out: The Effects of Second Wave Feminist Consciousness-Raising on Poetry and Authorship." The oral defense is open to the public. Everyone is welcome to attend.
3:30 pmMemorial for Addie Hubert Kimmel Theatre
The college Chaplain's office and close friends of Addie Hubert, the first-year student who was killed in a car crash on March 23, will hold a memorial service for Addie in Kimmel Theatre. A brief reception will follow the memorial.
4:45 pm-5:45 pmPresentation by Banu Baydil Law Hall
Banu Baydil, candidate for the teaching position in the department of mathematics and statistics, will give a presentation titled "Mathematical and Computational Modeling in Biological and Physical Sciences." A reception will follow in Moosehead Lounge.
5:00 pm-5:30 pmNative Americans at Cornell student meeting Thomas Commons
6:30 pm-8:30 pmRoom Selection 2013-14: Room Selection II Pfeiffer Hall
Students interested in a double room will select for the 2013-2014 academic year. Bring your Numbers Draw passes and IDs for all roommates.

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